Counter Survaillance


Written by Administrator Friday, 16 March 2012 20:11

Borescopes - Precision Borescopes

Research Electronics International is proud to offer this interchangeable borescope kit. Each Product can be purchased individually for a specific use, or can be purchased as a kit to cover a wide array of situations.
Hawkeye Precision Borescopes are fine optical instruments for seeing inside small areas, and are used in many applications including security and manufacturing inspections and utilized in many environments where direct viewing is impossible. These are precision instruments, however they are not approved for medical use on humans.


Hardy Nova Kit - BNK-1000

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Hawkeye Precision Borescope Kits contain borescopes for 0 degree direction-of-view, 90 degree Mirror Tube, Mini-Maglite light source, two AA alkaline batteries, lockable metal case with key and a one year limited warranty.

Flexible Borescope - BFI-1000

The Hawkeye Flexible Borescope fits into places with restricted access, can be flexed into places with tight access and has "memory" to retain its working set. The Hawkeye Flexible Borescope brings illumination from a powerful, portable Nova Light, through glass fibers to the subject. A clear, bright image is returned to the eyepiece through 18,000 optical glass fibers.

Luxxor Video Kit - BLV-1000

Magnify the power of your Hawkeye borescope with video. Inspect faster and more comfortably. Document your inspection. View images with others, to discuss or teach. Record for evidence. The Luxxor Video Kit has 450 lines horizontal resolution, and 10 lux sensitivity. The Kit comes with Luxxor L video camera, Karl Storz Video Adapter, Luxxor 24 Light, Luxxor Light Guide, SuperKit Carrying Case.


Written by Administrator Friday, 16 March 2012 20:09

CMA-100 - Countermeasures Amplifier

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The Countermeasures Amplifier (CMA-100) is a high gain audio amplifier used to detect and identify certain types of surveillance devices attached to building wiring such as telephone wiring, LAN and server systems, AC Power, Alarm wire etc.

The CMA-100 is designed to provide flexable features and will prove to be very useful in many situations.


The CMA-100 has a balanced input impedance of 50K ohm, can withstand being attached to live power lines with voltages up to 250V, and provides up to 115dB of gain.

Additionally, the CMA-100 utilizes a unique AGC that has 105 dB of control.
Signals as large as 31V peak-peak can still be monitored with minimal distortions. Manual gain control can be set to 0, 25, 50, 75, or 100 dB.
Filters can be positioned to FLAT, LOW PASS, HIGH PASS, or BAND PASS.

CMA-100 Advantages
  • This multifunctional amplifier has a built in AC/DC digital voltmeter, selectable audio filters, and an extremely wide dynamic range.
  • Balanced and Unbalanced high impedance inputs provide connectivity to to a variety of suspect wiring.
  • The CMA-100 also provides a bias voltage adjustable between -14.5V and +14.5V DC that is used to activate possible devices that are voltage or current sensitive. The bias generator is compatible with most types of line conditions.
  • All of these functions employ a sophisticated automatic gain control circuit that is superior to most audio amplifiers.


Written by Administrator Friday, 16 March 2012 20:07

VPC-64/VPX-64 [ Video Pole Camera ]

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Inspect drop ceilings, behind immovable objects, around corners, or other difficult to reach areas, even in dark situations with the VPC-64 or the VPX-64 Video Pole Camera.
REI offers two compact, self contained, easy to use Video Pole Cameras providing a choice of extension lengths. The VPC-64’s 24 in (61 cm) pole extends to over 6 ft (1.8 m) giving the average user over 10 ft (3 m) of reach. The VPX-64’s 38 in (97 cm) pole extends to 12 ft (3.7 m) providing the average user approximately 16 ft (4.9 m) of reach.

  • White LED illumination for color inspection in dark areas (i.e. drop ceilings)
  • IR LED illuminated black and white camera head available for covert or tactical applications
  • Large 6.4 (16cm) color monitor
  • No external cables, ready-to-use out of the case
  • Collapsed pole, removable camera head, monitor, and batteries fit into a case slightly larger than a standard briefcase
  • Extremely portable, lightweight, and easy to use


Written by Administrator Friday, 16 March 2012 20:05

CPM-700 [Countersurveillance Probe/Monitor]

The CPM-700 is a broadband receiver designed to detect and locate all major types of electronic surveillance devices including room, phone, body bugs, video transmitters, and tape recorders.

Broadband receivers such as the CPM-700 provide a very important cost-effective tool for professional sweep teams, government security personnel, and private citizens with important security needs.

The CPM-700 is very effective for rapidly detecting and locating transmitted signals, while being very easy to learn to use. The CPM-700 sweep kit includes a custom Cordura case that contains all items necessary to conduct a professional sweep.

There are several "imitations" of the CPM-700 on the market because of it's success as a product. While some of these copies may be cheaper, they do not provide the frequency performance and sensitivity of the CPM-700. We guarantee it!

CPM-700 Advantages

Portable Sweep Kit - provides everything needed to perform a professional sweep; fits inside a standard briefcase.

Multi-Functional Utility - Comes with probes to detect RF transmitters (audio and video), carrier current transmitters, and telephone bugs. Probes also available to detect for infrared transmitters, tape recorders, and acoustic leakage.

Wideband Coverage - from 200Hz to over 3GHz with no holes or gaps.

Monitor Mode - after a sweep, the alarm monitor (silent or audible alert) guards against new devices brought in or remote control activation of surveillance devices.

Auxiliary Audio Input - allows user to listen to telephones or lines for "hotmikes," hookswitch by-pass and "infinity" bugs. Unknown wires and cables can be tested for wired microphones.



Written by Administrator Friday, 16 March 2012 20:01

Oscor 5000E [ Enhanced Omni-Spectral Correlator ]

When protecting sensitive information is critical to your success, the OSCOR provides the most reliable and cost effective capability in the industry, including detection of sophisticated transmitters (frequency-hopping, burst/packet, and spread spectrum). OSCOR is a complete eavesdropping detection package that is portable and programmable.

OSCOR is a microprocessor controlled countersurveillance system with a custom designed built-in spectrum analyzer that can operate automatically storing all encountered signals and spectrum traces in memory for later review and comparison. Designed to detect all major types of audio and video RF transmitters (even frequency-hopping, burst/packet, and spread spectrum), including carrier current and infrared. The OSCOR is the industry standard in TSCM equipment.

  • OSCOR PC Software for enhanced spectrum analysis, storing signal and trace databases, and spectrum comparisons including RF mapping, provides the capability for permanent profiles of sweep environments and the ability to generate reports and graphs.
  • Automatic Threat Correlation. The patented OSCOR correlator provides signal classification by correlating the demodulated audio of a received signal to the ambient noises of an environment.
  • Automatic Signal and Trace Scanning and Logging. Only the OSCOR provides an automatic solution to rapidly logging and classifying all the signals of your environment. A quick reference guide provides a single chart that completely defines the programming process.
  • Built-in automatically switched antenna array. Foldout antenna panel automatically selects the proper antenna with no connections required. Pre-amp provides maximum sensitivity for the proper input. No un-reliable cable connections or mismatched antenna inputs.
  • Sonic ranging and triangulation to pinpoint bug locations. Using the Patented Threat Locating System, a bugging device can be readily found with no destructive searches. The Triangulate and Locate option uses sonic ranging to locate a threatening microphone.
  • The OSCOR provides detailed signal analysis capabilities with a complete built-in suite of audio demodulators and IF bandwidth selections. The audio demodulators include FM wideband, FM narrowband, AM wideband, AM narrowband, Sub-carrier, Single Sideband, and IF bandwidths 250 kHz, 15 kHz, and 6 kHz.
  • Built-in video monitors display images received on transmitted signals for protection against covert video transmitters. Supported video formats include NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. This feature is not included in the basic unit.
  • Built-in printer for hard-copy printouts. The OSCOR built-in thermal printer provides a user with the ability to generate printouts of important sweep data.
  • Removable Program chip for ease of upgrading software. When a new OSCOR upgrade comes out, simply contact REI to request a new program key.
  • PC Interface and Remote Control of the OSCOR. The OSCOR PC interface software provides the capability to create permanent database profiles of sweep environments, generate professional reports and graphs.

    OIF & OBB - Optional IF interface and Base Band:
    The OIF interface provides an external RF port with output from the 10.7MH Intermediate Frequency in the OSCOR. Using the OIF port, a signal can be fed from the OSCOR into other types of test equipment to further analyze the signal (i.e. an external spectrum analyzer that may have digital demodulation capabilities, an oscilloscope for further time-domain analysis, or into an analog CRT type display. The Base Band interface provides an additional RF port taking the signal directly out of the demodulation circuit, with 250hKz bandwidth and can be used to feed a signal into an oscilloscope to perform FFT analysis to look for sub-carrier type signals (the OSCOR provides some sub-carrier capabilities, but this function provides better capabilities).

  • OSC-5000 Advantages

    OPC Software now included, providing the ability for enhanced spectrum analysis including the ability to store, retrieve, analyze, and compare signals and traces for quick detection of the most sophisticated eavesdropping transmitters. The software also provides the capability to remote control of an OSCOR across a network or VPN for remote monitoring purposes.

    Portable complete package of countersurveillance test equipment. Complete unit is the size of a large brief case and can be easily carried on a plane, bus, or car as hand-carry luggage.

    Programmable Automatic Mode that continuously scans all bands and silently detects eavesdropping devices. The OSCOR can be used around the clock to monitor an environment without an operator present.

    High Sensitivity Digital Synthesized Receiver scans Radio Frequency (10KHz to 3GHz),carrier current (10KHz to 5 MHz) including and infrared (850nm to 1070nm / 10KHz to 5 MHz).

    Built-in Demodulators and Bandwidths: Demodulators include AM, FM, SSB, Sub-carrier, and video(available as an option). IF bandwidths are built-in and programmable and include 6Khz, 15KHz, and 250Khz.

    Antenna Array: All OSCOR input antenna's are built into the case and are automatically switched.

    Acoustic Correlator utilizes passive sound pattern matching to automatically detect and classify a listening device even when the OSCOR is running automatically (un-manned).

    Strip Chart Plotter built-in the OSCOR to provide hard-copies of spectrum profiles, signal database information, correlation printouts, etc.. Printer functions as WYSIWYG(What You See Is What You Get) operation by printing any information that is displayed on the screen.

    Video Receive and Display Capability. Optional feature provides ability to receive NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video formats to provide detection of transmitted video signals including covert chip cameras that are increasingly proliferated.

    Triangulation and Location System. Patented system that allows the user to pin-point the location of an eavesdropping device without the need for destructive and time consuming searches.


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