Metal Detector - ZKTeco - Facility Management Product Release
The WMD433 Walk-Through metal detector from ZKTeco (formerly ZKAccess) features program modes for either 1-zone, 6-zone, 11-zone or 33-zone detection. Alarms located on both sides clearly and precisely indicate where metal is detected. The WMD433 automatically counts people and alarms and readily distinguishes dangerous metal objects from harmless ones, including wristwatch, belts and coins. Equipped with a 5.7-inch LCD screen, it offers infrared remote control and supports TCP/IP communication.
The detector is completely safe to operate and walk through, and poses no harm to heart pacemakers, pregnant women, or magnetic storage media. The WMD433 provides secure operation, as only authorized personnel can access the control panel.
The WMD433 ships with only two pieces, cables and eight screws, and simple to follow instructions. There's no need for manual calibration — the unit runs self-diagnostics and re-calibrates with each power-on. Casters for easy mobility, as well as 4-8 hours of battery backup are optional.
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