The Canadian Delsar Life Detector is an acoustic detector designed to detect and locate survivors buried in collapsed structures due to earthquakes, explosions, landslides, mine accidents, or building depressions.
Double input improves sensor flexibility. Use two sound search probes at the same time to get a stereoscopic comparison.
Filters are used to reduce noise.
In order to form a stereo contrast in the earphone, two channels may be selected to form stereo sound.
The display panel can display the relative strength of two signals at the same time, and can accurately distinguish the strongest signals. The peak value of any signal bar indicates that the sensor reaches the maximum amplitude.
The battery can also be replaced or used rechargeable lithium batteries, and the detector's ribbon battery pack, making the detector and thousands of ambulance crews around the world standing in the same rank.
The sound sensor can be connected to the sensor cable or it can also be equipped with a telescope probe that can penetrate the interior of the rubble layer.
Omnidirectional audio sensor, detection frequency: 1~3000Hz
Simultaneously receive 2 sensor information and can simultaneously display any two sensor information
Wearable Headphone 0.13W/60Ω
CR123 lithium battery, can work for 24 hours
External DC input: 10.8-28.8V
Storage temperature: -40-70 degrees
Working temperature: -30-60 degrees
Display: 76.2x88.9x152.4mm Weight: 1kg
Sensor line length 10 meters
Carton size: 53×38×18mm
Total weight: 11.3 kg