Wireless Camera Detector Pro Manual (007-DD9004, Discontinued)

Last Updated: Nov 03, 2017 09:35AM EDT
 
How Do Bug Detectors Work?
Bug detectors, though slightly more complex than camera detectors are fairly simple to use. Since bugs transmit RF (radio frequency) signals, bug detectors hone in on those signals and indicate that there is a bug present, by lighting up, making a sound, or both. Please keep in mind that since bug detectors are designed specifically to pick up any RF signal in a given area, you may receive "false" positives if another RF-transmitting device (cell phone, radio, microwave, etc.) is nearby and active while you're doing a bug sweep.


What to do before you start using your device.
Before you begin, you should turn off, unplug, and/or disconnect any communication devices that you are already aware of in the space you’re scanning. Once this is done, turn on your RF detecting device.


Things to keep in mind while scanning.
No matter which type of RF detector you're using, it’s important to take your time with the scanning process and be patient. Some bugging devices may not register a signal immediately, so you may need to continue the scan while waiting for a transmission. 


This device is meant to find the feeds from wirelessly transmitting cameras with an analog signal from 900MHz - 6GHz.  If the wireless feed is from a digital camera or has a static frequency (where it changes frequency while transmitting), this will not be able to lock on to the signal and show the feed.
 



Please see below for full instructions in the attached copy of the Manual for this device.



Please note, this product is discontinued and no longer available for sale.
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