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Phone Privacy Monitor & Bug Detector for Analog Landlines - CLEARANCE

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Phone Privacy Monitor & Bug Detector for Analog Landlines

Keeping your phone line protected from unwanted intrusions seems like an impossible task! But with the Ai-6700     Phone Privacy Monitor ad Detector you now can ensure your phone line is secured and ready to provide you the privacy you seek.

Integrating the technologies of the famous AI-6600, AI-2100, AI-5500 and Ai-PM into one system will allow the user to detect any AM, FM, and UHF body-wire, room transmitter, or infinity bug transmitting in the range of 1 to 2000 Mhz; any series and parallel tap in your phone, phone jack, phone line, d-mark point, out on the pole, and in the transformer box; any extension telephone eavesdropper.

Detection Range for Transmitters depends on the output power of the detected transmitter. The stronger the transmitter, the further the signal can be transmitted, the further away this detector can detect it, and vice versa. Upon detection this system alerts the user with a pitched audible squeal.

Series Taps, Parallel Taps, Extension Party Eavesdroppers, and line cuts, are picked up and the user is alerted by the LED indicators located on the face of the AI-6700.

The phone monitor allows you listen to an active call on the same line. This feature is an invaluable asset for parents and small business.

Speaking with confidence and knowing your private conversations are private has never been easier when you are equipped with our Ultimate Complete Safety System.

Phone Privacy Monitor & Bug Detector for Analog Landlines Features:

  • Wireless microphone detection
  • Phone tap detection
  • Line cut detection
  • Line resistance monitoring
  • Live line monitoring
  • Compatible with landlines only
  • Compatible with analog lines only

NOTE: *Surreptitious third-party interception of conversations is illegal under federal law. It is the buyer's responsibility to check state and local restrictions on recording your own two-party conversations.


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