Magnascanner Walk-Through Metal Detector - CS 5000
With enhanced microprocessor-based technology, the Garrett CS 5000 Metal Detector provides improved detection performance. The CS 5000 offers many of the same features found on Garrett's advanced walk-through units and can be used in virtually any se...
With enhanced microprocessor-based technology, the Garrett CS 5000 Metal Detector provides improved detection performance. The CS 5000 offers many of the same features found on Garrett's advanced walk-through units and can be used in virtually any security checkpoint application. The Garrett CS 5000 is an affordable unit for the budget-conscious. Specs Operating Temperatures: -4Â°F (-20Â°C) to +158Â°F (70Â°C); Humidity to 95% noncondensing
Power: Fully automatic 100 to 240 VAC, 50 or 60 Hertz, 5 watts; no rewiring, switching or adjustments required. Power supply meets UL, CSA , TUV and VDE standards
Weatherproofing / Foreign Object Protection Standards: Meets IP 31, IEC Standard. "Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures," CEI 529
Tamper-Proof: Dual-level access codes required to set or change all sensitivity settings and detection programs; one level for use by supervisors in selecting programs and sensitivity and the other for initial set-up and overall control; non-resettable sequence code logs all attempts to access the settings. Audible alarm reports any unauthorized attempt at access
Construction: Attractive scratch and mar-resistant laminate with resilient end caps; control panel and cross members of heavy duty aluminum
Control Outputs: Solid state switches (low voltage AC or DC) for operating external alarms and control devices
Traffic Counter: Built-in and resettable with current reading easily available on LCD panel
Synchronization: Multiple channels permit several MT 5500s and other Garrett detectors to operate simultaneously in close proximity
Interference Suppression: 100% sensor coil Faraday shielding; RFI interference reduced with hardware; special Garrett built-in circuitry for noise suppression and ignoring x-ray monitors. Physical interference minimized by coil design and circuitry
Alarms: Ready light indicates unit is operational; alarm lights and audible alarms with variable tones are activated when the target amount of metal is detected; location of alarm lights on left and right side of display combined with variable tone indicates which side of the person the target is located.
Infrared Sensor: Provides traffic counter, helps eliminate "false alarms" and increases throughput
Masking: Programs designed to eliminate the problem of dissimilar targets canceling each other
Warranty: Limited 24 months, parts and labor