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Smiths Detection introduces compact HI-SCAN 5030C

Posted 30 September 2020 · Add Comment

Smiths Detection has introduced its newest X-ray inspection system, HI-SCAN 5030C, to address a critical gap in commercial security screening solutions with its optimal size, durability and mobility.



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Combined with a market-leading HiTraX 3 electronic platform for superior image quality, the HI-SCAN 5030C is specifically designed to enhance security screening operations from courthouses to corporate campuses. Its compact size and lightweight construction enable it to fit seamlessly into checkpoints and mailrooms.

Vibration absorbers make it possible to transport HI-SCAN 5030C between various locations without requiring re-calibration, providing maximum flexibility.
 
The HI-SCAN 5030C is Smiths Detection’s smallest X-ray inspection system and offers a wide variety of options including stainless steel castors, storage compartment, 24” monitor, newly designed keyboard with image manipulation keys, and foldable input/output conveyors. It can be upgraded with add-on software packages for training and detection support.
 
Matt Clark, Vice President, Technology, Smiths Detection said: “Our mission is to deliver the right solutions to help our customers achieve safety and security no matter what size or scale of their operations. The HI-SCAN 5030C fulfills an important role for a wide range of commercial applications, helping improve security with ease and efficiency. Engineering the HI-SCAN 5030C for mobility further maximises its utility and versatility, enabling customers to share it or relocate it as required.”


 

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