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ZKAccess metal detectors catch the guns and knives

ZKAccess, a division of ZKTeco and provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, introduces three metal detectors for public locations, such as schools, concert halls, nightclubs, theaters, shopping mall, that identify hidden metal weapons including guns and knives.

  • HMD100

    HMD100

    The HMD100 handheld metal detector is lightweight and portable. It’s equipped with programmable alarm settings, so the user can choose from either a sound and light alarm, or vibration and light alarm.

  • The WMD118 walk-through metal detector features six over-lapping detection zones with multiple alarms. Sensitivity for each zone is adjustable in increments 0-100. Sound & LED alarms located on both sides clearly indicate precisely where metal is detected. The WMD118 also automatically counts people and alarms and, for secure operation, only authorized personnel can access the control panel.
  • The WMD218 walk-through metal detector features 18 overlapping detection zones with multiple alarms. Sensitivity for each zone is adjustable in increments 0-255. It features a 3.7 inch (94 mm) LCD screen and sound & LED alarms located on both sides clearly indicate precisely where metal is detected. Like the WMD118, it also automatically counts people and alarms and only authorized personnel can access the control panel.

“The marked increase in the number of public shootings in recent years is a very concerning issue,” says Larry Reed, CEO, ZKAccess. “Our new metal detectors can serve as a strong deterrent while enhancing public safety and security.”