Individual Counter-IED System

Our Individual Counter-IED System design utilizes microcircuit materials allowing for a small unit size (approximate size of a 100mm pack of cigarettes) to be powered by a battery pack lasting between 5 - 6 hours of duty time (which is 1”x 6”x 2 ½ “in size) with an effective range of 100 - 120 meters - ideal for a person to wear in order to prevent the detonation of IED’s that are cellular triggered. This System combination will be small and light enough to carry without burden. The Individual Counter-IED System will not interfere with normal communications while in operation for it does not use barrage jamming techniques and is “instantly on” covering precise frequency signals with minimal power.



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It is intrinsically safe to use as there is no transmitted radio band signals to cause personal harm or radio interference problems. Unlike barrage type jammers, which are only 60% effective and require monthly adjustments, the Individual Counter-IED System is highly reliable and is virtually 99% effective. The System will not require special “tweaking” or adjustments while in service. Additionally, the System is capable of attacking and suppressing multiple units within range of its respective operation and will engage cellular devices (including PDA devices) preventing the operation of any commands.

Supplied with a ballistic nylon case with a rugged belt clip to attach to a web or harness. The pouch carries the System module, battery, one portable antenna and there is space for an additional battery if desired. Additionally, another antenna is available with a special mount to allow attachment to the windshield of a Hummer vehicle or the side windows of a Suburban or similar vehicles. The System comes with a universal charger that will operate from 80 to 260 volts a.c., 50 - 60 Hertz, allowing one to recharge virtually anywhere in the world. With the use of an adapter cord the System may also be recharged from a 24 volt vehicular battery if so desired..

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