- Excellent detection range, ERP up to 4W coupled with -133dBm sensitivity
- Automatic DSP power control to prevent saturation of targets and provide more accurate analysis
- Tactile bright AMOLED full colour touch screen display
- Dual Harmonic with discrimination algorithms and differential audio tone minimizes false alarms
- Continuous wave (CW) transmission removes risk of missing a target due to sweeping to quickly
- 900MHz operating frequency, automatic frequency selection
- Extendable carbon arm (telescopic antenna)
- Simple user interface for quick evaluation of targets
- Lightweight, balanced ergonomic design for ease of use, quick fit Lithium-ion batteries
The HAWK XTS-900 is a portable, simple to use advanced Electronic Device Detector, also known as a Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD).
The HAWK XTS-900 is capable of locating and confirming the presence of electronic components found in devices, regardless whether they are switched on or off.
The HAWK XTS-900 allows the operator to search voids and areas where they are unable to gain physical or visual access, in order to detect electronic components and determine if the area is free from “bugging devices” or an Improvised Explosive Device (IED).
The HAWK XTS-900 is lightweight, utilizes modern technology shaped to allow easy handling; single-body design containing transceiver, antenna and display assembly on a single extendible unit.
The HAWK XTS-900 gives both audible and visual alarms to allow the operator to conduct searches in a covert environment.
The HAWK XTS-900 is robust, easy to carry, fitted with a removable arm support and separation lead (optional) for extended operations delivered in a shock resistant transport case.
During the life of the HAWK XTS-900 it may be deployed on a range of domestic operations and non-combat operations such as peacekeeping missions, and on civil emergency tasks, where it can provide RCIED/IED search-and-support to react to terrorism threats.
Nato Stock Number: NSN 6665-99-849-7076
- IED search (detection of improvised explosive devices)
- Defensive building search (venues)
- Detection of mobile phones and similar devices in prisons
- TSCM (detection of active and passive surveillance devices)
- Detection of buried ammunition and arms caches
- High risk search capabilities (suspect packages)
- Engineer search operations in a conventional military context and in aid to the civil power
- Protecting the railways from attack