CSECO Contraband Detection Tools Assist Most Often

When law enforcement agents are looking for equipment that will help them the most in their day-to-day duties, they may not look further because Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) is there to provide top-of-the-line contraband detection tools.

CSECO’s equipment has effectively reduced the time and effort of inspecting items or areas suspected of hiding narcotics, illegal drugs and other contraband. At the same time, they have helped in improving the chances of locating and seizing them. Additional training to the purchasers of CSECO’s products will definitely increase their chances of success of locating and seizing hidden contraband in their respective inspections.

The company’s founder, Patrick J. Harris, took advantage of the latest technology to design, develop and launch contraband detection equipment. These tools promised faster and more accurate inspection, location and seizure of narcotics, illegal drugs and other hidden contraband.

Here are CSECO’s popular tools for every law enforcement agent’s contraband detection needs:

1. Buster Density Meter

The Buster Density Meter is CSECO’s first contraband detection equipment and the first density meter in the world for law enforcement purposes. Its state-of-the-art technology enables it to scan on many different types of materials (wood, metal, reinforced plastic, concrete and organic matter like dirt and liquids). Inspectors can use it to scan on several types of vehicles (and its parts which range from dashboards to gas tanks to seats), spaces, furniture, container vans, even 6-inches below the soil.

The Buster helps in locating and seizing narcotics, drugs (illegal or prescribed), currency, jewelry, alcohol, weapons, and explosives.

The latest version of the Buster, the Buster K910G, is now made even safer with its significantly reduced radioactive and lead-based components (which the Buster K910B had).

Despite a multitude of imitations, a majority law enforcement agents across the country still recognize the Buster as the “gold standard’ in contraband detection. What’s more, agents from no less than the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) were part of the Buster’s creation and development of the Buster. So you’ll get nothing from the Buster but durability, accuracy, and safety — the best performance possible — that you cannot get from rival density meters.

2. Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System

The Buster does its own proven function in locating hidden contraband. However, drug interdiction agents need to confirm the presence of a contraband, particularly in inaccessible areas like gas tanks, bumpers, smaller compartments, or cracks on the surface. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System is an answer to this.

It is a visual inspection device that is touted to perform much better than the leading fiberscopes on the market.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has a 5-inch color LCD display — big enough for the user to peek into suspected areas clearly while maintaining visibility of his immediate surroundings. This leads to reduced eye strain which is otherwise caused by peering into an eyepiece of the fiberscope. The large monitor also features a push-button dimming and digital zoom.

The device has a shaft with a protective tungsten coating and a potent built-in LED light, which allows the inspector to use it during the evening on in darker areas.

It has a certification by the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), the world’s leading authority on product safety. This puts the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope above all other visual inspection tools. This very certification means that the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope can be used anywhere, even in hazardous areas (like gas tanks). Despite that, using it in such potentially dangerous areas doesn’t cause the device itself to go out of control, or cause any damage to the items being inspected. It doesn’t harm or cause any shock to the user either when the device is exposed to such areas, making the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope the safest visual inspection tool on the market.

3. CT-40 Contraband Team Kit

The CT-40 Contraband Detection Kit contains all the tools that law enforcement agents need: the Buster Density Meter and the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope, PN – Series Inspection Kit, Leica Laser Range Meter, and PM – 10 Extension Mirror with High-Intensity Flashlight and a durable carrying case with wheels.

CSECO has kept its pledge to bring contraband detection equipment that will help the law enforcement in eradicating the illegal drugs trade, smuggling, corruption, and terrorism.

CSECO Contraband Detectors for Successful Contraband Detection

Searching for, inspecting, detecting, and seizing narcotics and contraband are the tasks of law enforcement agents assigned to combat illegal drugs and smuggling. That’s why need they need reliable tools to carry out their job. Thankfully, there’s Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) to rely on.

CSECO has been the leading name in the contraband detection equipment in the United States since the 1980s. Its maiden product, the Buster K910B Density Meter, was the product by company founder Patrick J. Campbell, with substantial input from a group of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents.

Since its launch, the Buster K910B had been made as an essential item for every law enforcement body — for CBP agents that check vehicles that pass the border, for the police, and for security agents that patrol the airports, ship ports, and other public areas. Because of its accuracy and dependability, the Buster had been hailed as the “gold standard” in contraband detection.

Despite receiving such accolades, CSECO knew they could make the Buster better. The result is the Buster K910G, the updated version of the much-beloved Buster K910B.

Like its predecessor, the Buster K910G emits a low-intensity gamma radiation and uses a scintillation detector. This technology enables the users to scan suspected items of various materials (like wood, rubber, reinforced plastic, concrete, metal, and dirt) as well as detect several kinds of hidden contraband (narcotics, drugs, money, weapons, explosives, and jewelry).

This very technology that the Buster uses also facilitates inspections — it is fast but at the same time accurate. It can complete an inspection on an average vehicle within 5 minutes and an average-sized room can be scanned within 10 minutes. The Buster also picks up four readings per second and uses the “backscatter radiation” technology, where the low-intensity gamma beams “bounce off” of the suspected items and reflect back to the device. The higher the density that the Buster detects from the suspected object, the higher level of gamma rays that will beam back to the device.

And not only that, the Buster K910G includes RAD-Aware technology which can detect abnormal quantities of radioactivity. It enables first responders to set up safety areas to bring other inspectors as well as civilians far from the dangerous effects of radioactivity as possible.

The Buster K910G is also the first density meter with no lead-based components! It also has a 7.5 micro curie source, which is at least 25% smaller than the competing density meters. This makes inspections safer than ever.

To really help confirm what the Buster has detected, use the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System. While it works like a fiberscope in many ways, the Perfect Vision’s superior features will outdo even the world’s leading fiberscope. Its most prominent feature is its 5-inch multi-directional high resolution color LCD monitor which is equipped with a push-button dimming and digital zoom which provides 10 times the resolution compared to that of a fiberscope. With its large display, officers won’t need to squint in an eyepiece which could make them lose visibility on their immediate surroundings. Not having to look in the eyepiece also reduces eye fatigue.

Its 2mx6mm shaft is protected with a tungsten coating, and has a two-way articulation and a potent LED lighting. The shaft can be poked or inserted into inaccessible areas for the Buster to reach.

Since the Videoscope is a one-piece tool, there’s no need for some cumbersome attachments like cables and wires. It also has an SD card slot for external storage which can save up to 8,000 photos or six hours of video evidence. Without the use of tiny glass fibers that are present in fiberscopes, the Perfect Vision is less prone to breakage and thus minimizes the need for costly repairs.

Many manufacturers claim that their fiberscope or videoscope is safe, but CSECO’s Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is the first visual inspection tool which is certified safe by the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), the trusted and leading name in product safety. This makes the Perfect Vision absolutely safe to use in high-risk areas, including fuel tanks.

Whether they’re used alone or together, both the Buster K910G Density Meter and the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System from CSECO prove to be efficient, accurate, durable, and absolutely safe to use. These tools in your arsenal are guaranteed to bring successful contraband detection.

Customs and Border Protection Agents Trust This Density Meter

Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) proudly introduces the updated version of the Buster K910B, the Buster K910G Density Meter.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is one of the law enforcement agencies who use and trust the Buster. No wonder — they were also the ones who contributed to the designs of the original Buster K910B when they collaborated with CSECO founder Patrick J. Campbell back in the 1980s.

The federal government requested that Campbell come up with a device which could accurately and effectively locate hidden drugs, narcotics, and other types of contraband. Campbell agreed but with one condition — that he would be allowed to work with the would-be end-users, which turned out to be the CBP agents. He did get to collaborate with them, and together they worked to create the product that would become the Buster K910B.

For many years after it was first launched, the Buster K910B has been regarded as the “gold standard” of contraband detection tools. However, CSECO didn’t settle on that distinction. They looked for ways to enhance the Buster’s features and functions.

And now, with the release of the Buster K910G, you can be sure its performance will be even better than before, while retaining some of the functions of the K910B that those using it have indicated are important. One of the things that didn’t change is trusted technology that the Buster uses — the low-intensity gamma radiation and scintillation detector which makes the Buster a stand out among all the competition.

This sophisticated technology allows the officers to scan through different types of material that include metal, wood, reinforced plastic, stone, brick, and even organic matter such as dirt and several types of liquids.

The Buster enables the user to do quick inspections. It picks up four readings per second, which allows the officers to quickly move the Buster to the next area being inspected. Despite the quickness, the Buster still retains accuracy in its findings, therefore producing accurate results!

Only the Buster K910G Density Meter is able to locate many different kinds of hidden contraband, from narcotics to cash to explosives. All these capabilities of the Buster won’t be easily outdone by other contraband detection tools. This is because the other technologies like ultraviolet wave, millimeter wave, microwave and radio wave creates limited scanning capabilities and the tools may detect just one or two types of contraband. Plus, they won’t scan as quickly as the Buster, and the user may not be quite sure if these rival contraband detection tools will produce the same reliable and accurate results.

Unlike other contraband detection tools, the Buster is also able to detect abnormal and dangerous quantities of radiation. The Buster’s RAD-Aware technology helps the officers to detect whether potentially dangerous amounts of radiation are present. Once the Buster has detected them, it will enable the first responders to establish safety zones to keep other officers and civilian out of harm’s way, in the event of a dirty bomb detonation.

Since CBP was quite instrumental in the creation of the Buster, it is not surprising that they use it as a reliable main tool against smuggling and illegal drug trafficking, along with trained K-9 units. Since the first Buster was launched, there have been thousands of Buster units manufactured and released, and many of them are in use by the CBP agents. Every day, the agents keep a close watch over the major borders and use the Buster and other devices from CSECO to curb the activity of those trying to bring contraband or drugs illegally into our country.

Although it has yet to be specified regarding the comparison between the Buster units in use and the other rival density meters used by the CBP, the Buster has been in use more frequently especially in the southern US such as Texas, California, Florida, and Arizona. These states border Mexico or have major ports along the Gulf of Mexico, which has been regarded as a hot spot for drugs and smuggling. The United States Border Patrol is the CBP’s mobile unit which is responsible for overseeing and securing every major US checkpoint in a bid to prevent drugs and other contraband from entering the country.

These CBP agents need a device to help them locate hidden contraband accurately. Since the agents started using the Buster, the CBP has enjoyed a significant rise in the number of seizures of narcotics and other types of contraband. The agents have detected, located and seized millions of dollars worth of smuggled narcotics, drugs, cash, weapons and explosives in their day-to-day operations.

The Buster K910G is now even more secure and safer to use. It is now designed more ergonomically to accommodate smaller hands (e.g., those of a female inspector). It also features a strap which helps the user maintain a tighter grip on the unit.

The K910G is now devoid of the lead-based components which are present in the K910B. This ensures safety not only for the user but for the environment, as well.

The original Buster K910B from CSECO has been trusted not only by the CBP agents but by other federal, local, and national law enforcement agencies across the US, plus it is also used by other law enforcement agencies in over 70 countries around the world. The release of the Buster K910G Density Meter still delivers the promise of finding narcotics and other hidden contraband like its predecessor, but at the same time guarantees more secure and safer inspections.

If you’re still using your old, unreliable contraband detecting tool, get the Buster K910G Density Meter today and see the difference!

How to Maintain the Buster K910G Density Meter

In order to maintain its useful life, a certain item must be maintained regularly. And this is no different for the Buster K910G Density Meter, the flagship product from Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO).

Even though the Buster K910G is recognized as the “gold standard” among other density meters, it will only be at its optimum if it is maintained regularly.

The Buster K910G is the successor of the previous Buster K910B Density Meter, CSECO’s first product which has been trusted and recommended by most law-enforcement agencies across the US. So what makes the Buster so successful?

The Buster K910G uses pretty much the same technology as its predecessor — the low-intensity gamma radiation and scintillation detector. It helps law enforcement officers such as the agents from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to scan any type of surface whether they are wood, paper or carton, reinforced plastic, metal, rubber, and even organic matter like water and soil. The Buster K910G’s detecting abilities will ensure successful searches and inspections, like those of its predecessor to help locate any type of hidden contraband from narcotics to cash to explosives.

Like the K910B, the Buster K910G can also detect and locate abnormal amounts of radiation. It’s because it is equipped with RAD-Aware® technology. This will help first responders to set up safety boundaries to keep fellow inspectors as well as innocent civilians out of possible radioactive leaks such as dirty bomb detonation.

The Buster K910G also feature alerts — audible and visual — which will notify the user in case it reads an abnormal level of density, a possible indication of a hidden contraband underneath a particular surface.

The Buster K910G is not quite a departure from the K910B, but it does have remarkable improvements to ensure safer and more secure inspections:

  • 5 micro curie Barium 133 source, which is 25% or more or less than that of rival density meters
  • No lead-based interior components which can be dangerous
  • Updated look. It now has a slimmer design and a strap which are meant to be more ergonomic during even the most intense inspections

Despite its reputation as a durable tool, the Buster K910G will work its best with regular maintenance. This is done mostly by calibrating it and replacing the old batteries with newer ones.

The Buster K910G still comes with a calibration block. Each unit features a Calibration Block Standard which will allow other similar units to be calibrated to a common base. This will ensure a +/-2 reading between units. Calculating the calibration automatically compensates for the source’s decay and the declining quality of some of the Buster’s internal components.

Place the Buster K910G on the calibration block. Press and hold down the trigger, and at the same time also press the “lock + mode” button. Next, let go of the “lock + mode” button but maintain your hold on the trigger. At this moment, the Buster will let out a beeping sound which will go for about 10 seconds. Once the Buster stops beeping you can then proceed to press the “mode” button. To make sure that the Buster is doing well in reading, test it by doing the usual reading while still placed on the calibration block. If the Buster reads at a range of 95 to 105, then it is a positive indication that the unit works perfectly. The calibration doesn’t take that long — it only takes 30 seconds or even less. It is strongly recommended that the Buster should be calibrated by the end user once every month, although once every six months is also okay.

However, if damage has been done to the Buster which cannot be undone by simple calibration, then the Buster should be sent to CSECO’s repairs department. The technicians there will analyze the problem and then give a rough estimate to the user on how long they expect the repairs to take. The company will wait until the customer approves the estimate, and then the actual repairs will proceed. The cost of the repairs will be most likely reasonable, something that users should be happy about.

As for the batteries, agents and officers can replace the used 9-volt alkaline transistor batteries with newer ones, even while in the middle of the job.

Law enforcement agencies that purchase the Buster density meter are trained to maintain it apart from using it. That way, the Buster K910G will continue to serve its intended purpose — to be an indispensable tool for every law enforcement agent in narcotics detection as well as locating other contraband in the coming years.

This Density Meter Is Important for Contraband Detection

Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) is the home of the original Buster K910B Density Meter, now the Buster K910G. The Buster is hailed as the “gold standard” of contraband detection. And why not? The Buster has been long trusted by several government law enforcement agencies — including the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) — for its reliability, durability, accuracy and safety.

The Buster uses low intensity gamma radiation and a scintillation detector which enables the user to scan through a variety of materials that include wood, metal, reinforced plastic, carton, stone, brick, even dirt and liquids. Officers who use the Buster are able to scan through these materials without tearing them away or damaging the item. When the Buster picks up density for an object which is higher than normal, it means that the contraband is likely present inside it. That’s when the agents damage that object in order to seize the previously hidden contraband.

The sophisticated technology that the Buster uses also allows for a quicker inspection. Using it, agents can scan through an entire vehicle in less than five minutes, and an average-sized room in less than ten minutes.

Can your microwave, millimeter wave, radio wave or ultraviolet contraband detector do all of the things the Buster does? Not by a long shot! They will be able to scan only one or very few materials. Chances are inspecting using any of these rival detectors will not be as fast as when using the Buster.

There’s more about the Buster! It has built-in technology known as RAD-Aware, which recognizes the presence of harmful radioactive leaks. It allows officials to detect explosives such as the dirty bomb and, if necessary, establish safety perimeters to keep civilians out of harm’s way.

There is also an accessory to facilitate the use of the Buster. It is the “Buster-on-a-Stick” which includes a remote display. This enables the user to reach into farther and narrower areas or to areas that would be otherwise inaccessible. The display is closer to the handle grip, which allows the screen to be easily read. This is ideal for inspecting the upper and undersides of a large truck, for instance.

The Buster K910G has an ergonomic design, making it easier to grip. There is also a strap added on it to help maintain a tight grip, therefore minimizing chances of dropping it.

The Buster K910G also features significant improvements from the Buster K910B, which include a 7.5 micro curie Barium 133 source, which is at least 25% or more less than our rivals. It is also now also devoid of the potentially harmful lead-based components from its interior. Now your new Buster K910G Density is not only more durable and reliable, it is also safer than ever before.

Without such high-tech tools such as the Buster K910G, the prospect of locating hidden contraband would be much more difficult and would take a lot more time and manpower.

For over three decades, the Buster density meter has been used and trusted for its durability, reliability, accuracy and safety. It is a testimony to CSECO’s adherence to quality when creating and designing a durable, reliable and effective density meter and other contraband detection tools.

Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope: Contraband Detection Made Easier

The Buster K910B Density Meter is the flagship product of Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO), but the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is here. It is the first product of its kind to help interdiction officers who track down smuggling and drug trafficking. However, CSECO continues to strive in bringing other contraband detection tools that are as competent and effective as the Buster, but having its own unique functions and capabilities.

One of them is the company’s newest product, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System, which stands out among other existing fiberscopes on the market today. It is the latest technology in visual inspections. While it has some similar traits when compared with other leading fiberscopes, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope features other amazing functions that surpass the fiberscopes that law enforcement agencies have used for a long time.

The first thing you’ll love about the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is that it comes in one piece. You don’t need to attach bothersome cables or cameras that have the potential to hamper your inspection.

Like most fiberscopes, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has a long, thin and flexible shaft, which is protected by a tungsten coating. It also has two-way articulation, powerful LED lighting, and long-lasting rechargeable batteries.

However, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has something that fiberscopes don’t: its 5-inch, high-resolution color LCD display. This display enables interdiction officers to conduct a better inspection into the more inaccessible areas of a vehicle such as the gas tank, without losing visibility on their surroundings. The 5-inch display also reduces the tiredness agents experience in their eyes. The LCD display also features a push-button exposure option for lighting and dimming, as well as a 3.5 digital zoom. These features produce a resolution that is ten times higher than that of most fiberscopes.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope also takes still images as well as video, and has a slot for an SD card that allows storage of up to 8,000 photos or 6 hours of videos. You don’t need to attach a video camera for that, it’s included within the LCD display.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is also durable. Unlike other fiberscopes, it is less susceptible to physical damage – this is a huge benefit to users. Since the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has no tiny fiber optics which are easily breakable, there is less need for costly repairs which typically occurs among fiberscopes.

Interdiction agents should also feel no fear in using the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope, because it’s certified safe by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the global independent company that tests the safety of the new technologies. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope can be used safely in more dangerous areas because it is resistant to water, gasoline, and oil.

CSECO’s Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System is the newest tool that Customs and Border Protection agents and other law enforcement agencies find an indispensable part of their fight against drug trafficking and smuggling. With the clear images that it provides and its user-friendliness, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope will prove to be an efficient and competent companion for law enforcement agencies who need the best tools for their every day job of tracking narcotics and other contraband.

A Density Meter You Can Use for Narcotics and Contraband Detection

A density meter is a great help for the war on drugs in the United States which began way farther than you might think. It began during the Prohibition era when liquor was banned. But as many decades wore on, the fight still continues for the law enforcement agencies. Nowadays they don’t only have to combat against alcohol, but even worse — narcotics and other illegal drugs — as well as their transport and sale in addition to consumption.

The Mexican and Canadian borders serve as the forefront on the fight against illicit substances. Have you traveled in and out of the US? If you have, you may have noticed the US Customs and Border Protection officers guarding the borders and strictly checking every vehicle that crosses the borders – going into the US as well as leaving it. The CBP agents are often aided by trained K-9 units who sniff for the presence of narcotics and other contraband. These dependable K-9 units are widely used by CBP agents and other law enforcement agencies in their quest to eradicate narcotics, drugs, and any other illegal substances. But what if these K-9 units are unavailable? The officers don’t have to be concerned because they can also use a density meter which is a contraband detection tool that uses the most advanced technology possible.

Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) has been contraband detection equipment for over three decades. The company was founded by Patrick J. Campbell, who had many years of experience in designing tools that used radioactive elements. He collaborated with several CBP agents to create the company’s first-ever product, the Buster K910B Density Meter, aka “Buster.”

The Buster is probably CSECO’s most renowned product because it uses high-technology, is durable, dependable, and user-friendly. This tool emits a low-intensity gamma radiation and scintillation detector, which means it allows the density meter to quickly scan for concealed items through different types of materials — wood, reinforced plastic, metal, and concrete. The Buster is also proven to be accurate because it picks up the differences in density of a large number of objects. When the Buster scans materials with a natural void or density, the reading will remain normal. However, when it picks up an abnormally high density (typically, at least double the normal density) of the material being scanned, it is an indication that contraband is likely stashed inside or beneath that material.

The Buster will make the inspectors’ work so much easier even with the K-9 units around. When the K-9 units have found a possible presence of hidden contraband, the agents will be able to search through several types of surfaces of the vehicle to locate what caused the K-9 unit to alert. By using both the K-9 dogs and the Buster, there’s higher chance that more contraband will be found.

CSECO also has the CT-PTK Personal Tool Kit. This popular kit was also created and designed by CSECO in collaboration with the CBP personnel. It consists of a large diameter inspection probe with a T-shaped handle as well as an 8-inch extension, a small diameter inspection probe, and the multi-purpose handheld utility tool that includes various kinds of drivers for screws and bolts. The kit also includes small knives and pliers, and a 7-inch MagLite Flashlight. These tools are all packed into a military-style nylon protective carrying case. The CT-PTK Personal Took Kit is an essential kit for every law enforcement agency across the US in their search for narcotics and other illegal substances.

CSECO also replaced the FV Series Fiberscope with the company’s newest product in its stellar line of contraband detection equipment: the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope Inspection System. This tool comes out in one piece, meaning the user doesn’t have to use cumbersome attachments such as cameras with cables. Its most outstanding feature is the large, multi-dimensional LCD display that has a high resolution, equipped with a push-button lightening/dimming and digital zoom. The large display enables the user to view into the suspect areas more easily while being able to clearly keep an eye on their surroundings. Therefore, it will produce a less eye fatigue on the user, unlike the other fiberscopes with eye-pieces and much smaller screens. The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope is also certified safe by the Underwriters Laboratory, which means it is also safe to use even in more hazardous areas such as gas tanks. The Perfect Vision® V20 indeed produces longer, more detailed, more accurate, and safer visual inspections.

Contact CSECO at 510-864-8010 or email at info@cseco.com for more information about their world-class tools for your narcotics and contraband detection needs. Whether you need the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope Inspection System or the Buster K910B, the density meter considered the “gold standard,” CSECO is available to answer your questions.

CSECO’s Buster K910B Density Meter Is the Best Density Meter for Contraband Detection

Fighting to keep narcotics and illegal drugs off the streets as well as contraband is a really tough, complicated and stressing job, not to mention that it also involves great safety risk. Anti-drug unit agents, interdiction officers, and customs agents need an advanced and sophisticated tool that they can always rely on to locate concealed contraband.

Contraband detection tools from Campbell-Harris Security Equipment Company or CSECO are the ones these law enforcement agents can always trust. CSECO’s flagship device, the Buster K910B Density Meter aka Buster, has been as the “gold standard” for contraband detection.

In 1984 (the year where CSECO was also established) founder and owner Patrick J. Campbell designed and developed what could be the Buster K910B Density Meter. Since its introduction, many local, federal and state law enforcement agencies, anti-drug units, intelligence units and customs and border agents have been using and trusting the Buster for many several years. Why? They use it because it’s durable, reliable, effective, and accurate.

 

Why Buster is considered the best in the world? Here are some great facts about Buster you should know:

  • The Buster emits a low-intensity gamma radiation and has a scintillation detector. These features will allow users to scan on a variety of materials — wood, metal, reinforced plastic, concrete, rubber — you name it. These features also make the Buster capable to positively identify every kind of hidden items. Other contraband detectors implement old technologies such as microwave, millimeter wave, ultraviolet wave and radio wave and these all have limiting detection capabilities.
  • It performs faster than any other contraband detectors in the market. The Buster gives you quicker results, and many agents and officers have proven its speed. Have a whole average-sized room to scan? It only takes about ten minutes to do it? How about scanning a car? In five minutes or less you can have positive results!
  • The Buster displays relevant and accurate data on its clear LCD display, and on its audible alarm which sounds off to indicate users the presence of contraband.
  • The Buster, when attached to a telescoping stick called “Buster-on-a-Stick,” will enable users to scan higher or previously inaccessible areas.
  • Not only can the Buster detect contraband material, but can also detect radioactive matter. Its newest technology, the RAD-Aware, enables first responders to set up safety perimeters in the event of a dirty-bomb explosion or any other radioactive release.

CSECO also provides training for users who purchase the Buster.    Users can go to the CSECO’s facilities and have their training there for free. For other clients who want to be trained in the convenience of their own area, CSECO will go to your place and conduct trainings there, but with a fee. For more information about the Buster K910B or how to purchase it, contact CSECO by phone (510-864-8010) or email (info@cseco.com). Remember that we sell our products exclusively to qualified local, federal, state and international law enforcement agencies ONLY.

Buster K910B high performance, durability, accuracy, ease of use, versatility and safety have been praised and trusted not only by US law enforcement agents in the US but by similar agencies around the globe as well. This proves that the Buster remains best density meter for contraband and radiation detection.

CSECO’s Contraband Detection Tools: Equipment You Can Trust

Interdiction officers need contraband detection tools to help them locate the presence of hidden contraband such as illegal drugs, narcotics, cash, weapons, explosives, and anything that is smuggled into and around the United States. This mission may put them in great risk. They need sophisticated contraband detection tools such as the tools from Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO).

CSECO’s contraband detection tools are ones interdiction officers can trust. The company’s founder, Patrick J. Campbell, first designed and manufactured the Buster K910B Density Meter during the 1980s. Ever since the Buster K910B (aka “Buster”) was created, several government agencies including border patrol agents and local, state, and federal law enforcement groups have trusted the Buster due to its effectiveness, durability, and accuracy.

There are areas in the United States, such as ports and borders, where the Buster and other CSECO tools for contraband development are being used by agents, such as the US Customs and Border Protection officers. Their main job is to determine quickly if there is contraband present. Apart from the US Customs and Border Protection agents, state troopers and police officers may also need contraband detection tools during routine stops. It doesn’t matter where they are, it is important for these officers to know that they can trust their tools which they use to effectively alert them to the presence of hidden contraband.

CSECO knows and understands the need of these officers and agents to have tools that they can completely trust. In a June 2013, PoliceMag.com published an article and included a quote from the company’s president, Anthony “Tony” Harris. He said, “In the early 1980s, there wasn’t much technology to help the Border Patrol to determine if someone was smuggling something inside a vehicle.” Harris explained that the officers used what they had available to them– their hands and rudimentary tools. They used these to try to locate the contraband in question. During that time, detecting hidden contraband was often hit or miss. Often, the contraband went undetected.

This led to the federal government approaching Mr. Campbell to design a new tool to help them accurately locate the presence of contraband. Campbell worked closely with the US Customs and Border Patrol agents and eventually designed the Buster. This tool was different than others available. It used back-scatter technology which enabled it to detect contraband.

The Buster has a low-intensity gamma radiation used to measure an object’s density. It indicates a change in density with an audible or visual alert when there is a difference. Since most items will have a specific density, the alerts allowed the border agents to quickly notice density changes which may indicate the presence of contraband. The Buster enables the officers to detect contraband without externally destroying the material being scanned.

The Buster is also designed with Rad-Aware® radiation technology. This allows first inspectors or first responders to establish safety perimeters in the event of a dirty bomb detonation or other radioactive release.

CSECO also has the new Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope, which replaces the company’s FV Series Fiberscope. Like CSECO’s FV Series Fiberscopes and other fiberscopes on the market today, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has the same features. These features include a long, thin and flexible tungsten armored shaft, a 2-way articulation, a powerful built-in LED lighting, and rechargeable batteries that are guaranteed to last long.

But there’s something more that the Perfect Vision V20 offers that other fiberscopes don’t. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has a large, multi-directional high resolution 5 inch-color LCD display with push-button dimming and digital zoom that produces a resolution which is 10 times higher than that of the other fiberscopes.

This large display enables users to clearly see into the inspected area while maintaining visibility in their surroundings. Plus, because of the large display, users will have less eye fatigue than they have experienced when viewing a smaller screen or a fiberscope.

And on top of those features, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is certified by the Underwriters Laboratory. This amazing videoscope is water-resistant and fuel-proof, and safe to use for inspecting hazardous areas such as in fuel tanks. Truly, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope enables users to conduct safer, more productive, and more accurate inspections.

When CBP agents, as well as police and interdiction officers, need contraband detection tools that they can trust, they can turn to CSECO. CSECO’s products will help them lead to possible contraband, verify its presence, keep the contraband from reaching the streets, and keep the officers and agents safe.

Using a Density Meter for Contraband Detection

The Buster K910B Density Meter is one contraband detector Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) is most proud of. This is contraband detector assists law enforcement agencies doing their job of locating and confiscating contraband items such as illegal drugs and other substances, weapons, cash, or radioactive materials.

This is how it basically works: The Buster K910B Density Meter, also known as “The Buster,” uses a low intensity gamma radiation emitter and scintillation detector. This is able to quickly scan concealments through a variety of materials such as wood, metal or reinforced plastics. It identifies hidden contraband items, without externally damaging the surfaces or the items that are being detected. This is something that millimeter wave, radio wave, ultra-violet or microwave detector tools cannot do or do as easily and reliably.

The Buster is normally used to scan vehicles suspected of carrying forbidden, illegal, or stolen items. It also can be used elsewhere such as in buildings and residences as well as inspecting shipping containers.

Many people, especially the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers and law enforcement agencies, have found the Buster to be one of the best tools available for the detection of contraband on the market today. In fact, most people who have used it view it as the “gold standard” of detection devices.

How did this great contraband detection tool come into being? CSECO’s founder Patrick Campbell founded the company in 1984. He was asked by the US Customs and Border Protection to invent a contraband detection device that wasn’t limited to detecting one particular item and would be able to locate a variety of materials hidden underneath different types of surfaces. So Campbell collaborated with the CBP to develop and design an early version of today’s world-renowned Buster K910B Density Meter.

The Buster displays pertinent and accurate visual and audible information to alert the law enforcement/Customs and Border Protection officers of the presence of contraband items. The contraband could be illegal substances, currency, weapons, and any other material. Then the interdiction officers will confiscate the materials so that they can be kept off the streets.

The addition to the Buster includes radiation detection with the Rad-Aware® technology. Rad-Aware® allows first responders to detect and locate the presence of abnormal quantities of radiation. In this way, interdiction officers would be able to establish a safe zone and keep other people out of harm’s way.

The Buster K910B Density Meter, equipped with Rad-Aware®, can locate the following types of contraband: illegal drugs, alcohol, cash, explosives and “dirty bombs”, cigarettes, anything radioactive, and anything that is kept in a concealed compartment.

The Buster is the trusted equipment among law enforcement agencies, interdiction officers as well as US Customs and Border Protection officers. These people know the effectiveness of the Buster to accurately locate possible contraband items. Without this tool, their job would be much more difficult.