Powder-coated aluminum monoliths (2)
Portal shipping weight with travel case: approximately 70 lbs.
Portal shipping weight boxed: approximately 50 lbs.
Free standing portal weight: approximately 35 lbs.
Dimensions: 82” H x 48.5” W x 1.5” thick
32” Walkthrough space between monoliths
Feet are 21.5” long
Network and printer ports
OEM Windows OS
ViewScan 2.0 Software
Secondary hand-held screening wand
Axis IP/PoE Camera
LAN 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Enables monitoring of the ViewScan from remote locations on a facility’s network
Power: 110/220 VAC; 3.5 amps
Operating temp: 40° – 105°F (5° – 40° C)
Storage Temp: 32° – 140°F (0° – 60°C)
Humidity: 5% – 95% RH (non-condensing)
No electromagnetic emissions
No interference with medical implants
Safe for women that may be pregnant
DHS Designated Safety Act Stamp
Enables monitoring of the ViewScan from remote locations on facility’s network
Every person passing through the portal is scanned and archived with the following data:
- Snapshot digital image of the person
- Date and time
- Threshold settings
- Sensor readings
- Graphical display
For image-sensitive areas or cultures, the ‘live’ image can be replaced. In this case, threat objects will be indicated by yellow dots over a generic human silhouette.
ViewScan uses advanced magnetic sensors with on-board digital signal processing. The sensors communicate with patented software that spatially locates threat objects. ViewScan discriminates threat objects from non-threat objects by measuring the differences in total metallic mass and ferromagnetic composition. When a threat object or multiple threat objects are discovered, a yellow dot is superimposed over a real-time snapshot image of the person walking through the portal. A graphical display of the sensor data automatically scales the signal strength of individual sensors and cross-references them to the video image.
ViewScan’s threshold or sensitivity/selectivity settings are linear as opposed to segments or ranges that screen specific targets. The portal operator has access to specific threshold setting accessible at the control console. Threshold settings can be changed without interrupting traffic flow while effectively detecting threat objects (guns, knives, box cutters, razor blades, etc.). Non-threat objects (keys, coins, jewelry, belt buckles, etc.) are permitted to pass without false alarms.