Small and affordable yet very precise Nonlinear Junction Detector Secutron CONE is developed for proffesionals at affordable price to uncover all the possible hidden devices, electronics, simcards and much more.
Secutron CONE is a nonlinear junction detector that detects electronic equipment hidden in walls, furniture, containers, and a person’s body in or under clothes and in hand luggage (bags, packages, etc.). It was developed to make nonlinear junction detector units affordable to the public.
Nonlinear Junction Detector Secutron CONE is a hand-held device in which the central unit integrates a transceiver, antenna, power supply, control, and indicating panel. Very simple and straightforward to use, it has both transmitter and receiver combined in the main unit, along with an antenna and power supply.
Ability to detect devices that are not emitting any signal or are disconnected from the power source.
Detection range: SIM card (70-100 mm), mobile phone (150-250 mm), Dictaphone or other electronics (150-250 mm).
Circularly polarized transmit and receive antenna removes the risk of missing a threat due to incorrect antenna polarization.
2.4 GHz ISM frequency band and the low transmitted power EIRP less than 100mW conform with the Short-Range Devices standard (EN 300 440).
The combination of high sensitivity and low transmitted power provides good detectability. A simple and user-friendly interface allows you to work quickly and easily analyze the results.
The telescopic stick relates to a standard 1.4-inch mount and can be changed.
Using standard batteries allows the possibility of quickly replacing them if necessary.
Secutron CONE reveals even the most miniature objects, such as SIM cards, hidden in walls, furniture, or even under clothing. This device lets you stay one step ahead of threats and put your fears aside.
FUNCTION PRINCIPLE OF THE NON-LINEAR JUNCTION DETECTOR
The working principle of an NLJD involves transmitting a radio frequency (RF) signal toward the area under investigation and detecting the reflected or scattered signals. The NLJD Secutron CONE generates a continuous wave RF signal, typically in the microwave frequency range, and emits it through an antenna.
When the RF signal encounters a nonlinear junction, such as a semiconductor junction or a junction between different materials, it creates a phenomenon called "nonlinear mixing." This phenomenon produces harmonics or spurious signals at multiples of the original RF signal frequency.
The NLJD's receiver picks up these harmonics or spurious signals and analyzes them to identify potential hidden electronic devices. The presence of these harmonic signals indicates the presence of a nonlinear junction, suggesting the possibility of a secret electronic device.
ADVANTAGES OVER CONVENTIONAL RADIO SIGNAL DETECTORS
A non-linear transient detector can find not only radio active devices such as RF eavesdroppers and the like, but also wholly passive devices such as voice recorders or hidden cameras that only store the recording in their memory. O Unlike the electromagnetic spectrum detector, the non-linear junction detector can also detect devices that are switched off or even disconnected from a battery or other power source.