Charles Manson keeps getting cell phones in prison, and the only people who are bringing them to him is the prison guards, who make good money selling mobile phones to prisoners. There ain’ t no one else bringing stuff in the prisons that can do this, and sadly, these people trusted to protect us are making $ on the side.
The ultimate bug detection finder, cell phone finder, and electronic device finder is a non-linear junction detector like the Lornet 36 Non Linear Junction Detector. Just what is a non-linear junction detector? Without going into a lot of gobbley gook that you will not understand, it is a device that will pick up pretty much any semiconductor or computer chip that would be used in any electronic product.
Pretty much every electronic device has a computer chip in it, whether its a TV, radio, cell phone, RF audio bug, or spy camera, there are computer chips in there that have metal, which a non-linear junction detector can pick up, whether the device is on or off.
The biggest users of this product? Prisons, jails, or private companies that want to either eliminate any phone call or text messages from in the building in order to protect trade secrets, etc, or audio bugs, or cell phones or electronics.
They usually have a feature to not let any metal, like rebar in concrete, give off a false-positive. REI has had their ORION 4000 for years, though the cost is near $20,000. TS Market has released 3 versions at 1/2 to 3/4 the price, and offer pretty much the same capabilities.
Here’s the YouTube video of the Lornet-36 – Long distance non linear junction detector:
If you have any questions or need a quote, give us a ring.
Wendell the Chameleon
Spy & Surveillance Products Expert
A prototype robot spy hummingbird was shown on a video performing flight trials in California. Made for the US military by AeroViromnent Inc., this little guy flys around, and hovers just like areal humming bird. Teh wings flap quickly, and they must have studied these little guys for a while, as it changes direction, like rudders on a plane, and it can go forward, back, up or down.
And there is a little camea mounted on it that records video. Here is a YouTube video. We liked this one the best, though just search for nano helicoptor for the rest. This shows it close up hovering.
This is totally cool, and let me know when you get the fly spy bot ready, as I like to snatch them out of the air with my 6 inch tongue.
Wendell the Chameleon
Spy & Surveillance Products Expert EyeSpyPro.com
We were forced to make a video of how to properly insert the battery in the Wild View Waterproof Outdoor Megapixel Motion Detection Camera. The problem was too many people were dropping the battery straight opening, like square peg in square hole. If you do that, you bend down the contacts on the back wall that make contact with the battery.
This is a fully self contained, waterproof, outdoor camera with night vision that can record for up to 3 weeks on a battery charge. And now its been upgraded to 10 megapixels, and, finally, 640 x 480 video. We will take some samples and post them later in the week. For now, here is the video of how to properly change the batteries.
It sees well in the dark, and the infrareds do glow red, like a taillight, however, to the camera, it looks like a flood light. If you want to watch the animals that come into your yard, or catch the punk scratching the paint on your car, this is a great camera for capturing video or photo’s with motion activation in any weather.
Eyespypro.com now offers iButton Employee Tracking for companies that have multiple employees, and want to know when they start and finish working. Initially, we were contacted by a Kindergarten cleaning service in Europe, who wants to know when his cleaners come & go from the schools.
The requirement had to use the iButton technology, and the only tracker we had that used the 1 wire function, was our M30Q GPS/GPRS unit, which is really a fleet tracking system for vehicles that can accept temperature, fuel, and other vehicle tracking features, including only allowing the iButton to start the vehicle.
And for $29.95 a month, you have unlimited access to real time viewing of where and when they log in, as well as reports for up to 32 iButton’s per tracker. You can pull up a report on each employee, and each time their iButton touches the OM iButton sensor above, it will record the info on a remote server you have access to for reporting and real time info, since it’s a live tracker with a SIMM card inside it.
You can install this in a vehicle, or mount in a secure place, and run a wire to the iButton that can be embedded in a wall, door jam, or other entrance locations.
This can be used for security guards to have them "log-in" for each time they perform a patrol of a location, and when they end. I was sitting on a fence at a local shopping mall watching all the Guido’s coming out of a restaurant, and saw a guard come up to a dot on the wall and put his keys to it. At the time, I had no idea he was login in his time at that part of his patrol of the strip mall.
You can also install this is a vehicle and not only can it over-ride the ignition and not allow anyone to start the vehicle without it, it will also tell you when they start and stop and leave, so you can fully track their every movements. The tracker has a ton of other fleet management features, though for this need, we only need the iButton tracking.
So if you have an application you want to monitor when someone comes & goes, an iButton Employee Tracking system like this is an easy way to go.
Call us @ 1-877-3-EYESPY (1-877-339-3779) for more information, or you can order online. It will require you to purchase a SIM card from a GMS provider like AT&T or T-Mobile with an unlimited text plan to operate. It won’t work with CDMA from Verizon, Sprint & others.