Desktop Liquid Scanner

Quick Details

●Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
●Brand Name: Defense Plus
●Model Number: DP-1000
●Usage: Stations and airport security
●Color: any one
●Alarm: sound and light
●Certificates: ECAC ISO CE ect
●sensitivity: high and fast
●software: multi functions and multi language
●cooperation support: OEM and agency
●Detection objects: chemical and explosive liquid
●quality warranty: 1 year
●technology support: all the life
●detection bottles: glass , metal , plastic bottles etc.
Packaging & Delivery
●Packaging Details: plastic box packing
●Delivery Detail: One week after confirm the order
High speed detect Dangerous Chemical liquid.
Liquid Scanner for Detecting Chemical Liquid  DP-1000
Limited material of bottle / can Iron, aluminum, plastic, glass, porcelain, china, pottery.
Identify dangerous liquid More than 40 sorts, including gasoline, kerosene, diesel oil , hydrochloric
acid , sulfuric acid , nitric acid , sodium hydroxide , potassium hydroxide ,
isopropyl ether , petroleum ether, propionaldehyde, benzene, carbon disulfide,
hexane, isopropanol, nitromethane, diethylamine , tris the trihalomethanes ,
ethylene glycol, xylene and other flammable, corrosive liquids
Effective scan distance Metal container: 30mm from bottom , Other container: 60mm from bottom
Alarm for dangerous liquid Red LED alarm light & long beep
Power on time 2 seconds
Out size Metal container: within 8 seconds , Other container: within 1 second
Identify time 460*367*260mm (L*W*H)
Weight 12Kg
Temperature of container 40℃to 60℃ / 5% to 95% humidity (storage)15℃to 35℃ / 5% to 95% humidity(operation)
Power Voltage/ frequency AC180-240V(50/60Hz)
Power consumption 10W
● Identify chemical composition of liquids, which is sealed in bottle or can.
● Control access security of airport, train station, subway, gymnasium, important government office, boarder, and seaport and so on.
● No radiation, harmless to people and test sample - Ultra-wideband pulse microwave reflection method & the thermal conductivity technology