SECURITY Detection


Letter Bomb and IED Detector for mail & parcel inspection

Certified by Governmental Laboratories

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  • Automatic inspection of parcels and letters up to 18" in width and 3" thickness
  • Detection of detonators, batteries, trigger circuits and other metal components of parcel bombs
  • No alarm on metal staples, paper-clips and metal binding spirals
  • Confirmation of signal (OK/ALARM) for each package inspected
  • Ergonomic, compact design
  • Operates on the mains power supply and with built-in NiMH rechargeable batteries
  • Integrated battery charger
  • No calibration or periodic maintenance required
  • Optional embedded detector of radioactive materials

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Letter Bomb and IED Detector for mail & parcel inspection.


EMIS-MAIL - detail

Easy installation and use

The EMIS-MAIL is designed to detect a wide variety of metal threat items including detonators, batteries, trigger circuits and other metal components of parcel bombs without false alarms for non-threat items such as metal staples, paper clips and metal binding spirals.

The EMIS-MAIL is very easy to use and provides a fast and automatic alarm/no alarm signal confirmation per each inspected package. Its compact, ergonomic design along with the electric and built-in NiMH rechargeable battery power supply allows for independent operation in a variety of locations. An optional embedded radioactive detector is also available for radioactive material threat detection.

The EMIS-MAIL is uniquely qualified to operate in a prison or correctional facility environment with specific settings available for prison parcel inspection. Along with meeting the strictest safety and security standards, EMIS-MAIL is also compliant with the NIJ-0602.02 Department of Justice Detection requirement standard.

Key features of the CEIA EMIS-MAIL include:

  • Ease of Installation and Setup
  • Ease and Speed of System Use with Limited Screener Training Required
  • Automatic Inspection of Parcels and Letters up to 18” Wide and 3” Thick
  • No Calibration or Periodic Maintenance Required
  • Independent Operation with Mains Power Supply or Built-in NiMH Rechargeable Batteries


General characteristics

  • High inspection speed
  • No alarm on metal staples, paper-clips and metal binding spirals
  • Digital programming with high-resolution OLED graphic display
  • Optical and acoustic alarm signaling
  • Integrated autodiagnosis system
  • Permanent memory storage of operating parameters without back-up batteries
  • Independent operation, with mains power supply or incorporated batteries
  • Specific Settings available for Prison parcels inspection (Dept. of Justice requirements)
  • Compliant with NIJ-0602.02 Dept. of Justice Detection requirements
  • Transit opening 18" x 3"
  • Degree of protection IP40
  • 35 lbs
Power supply
  • Voltage: 100-240 V~ single-phase – 50/60 Hz with external AC/DC adapter
  • Current: 1.07 A max
  • Battery operation
    • 6 x 1.2V NiMH size D incorporated
    • Battery life: 12 hours (8 hours with IXC module)
    • Battery-charger incorporated: Recharging time 6 hours
  • Type
    • Local: via integrated keypad
    • Remote: via Bluetooth, RS232
  • Data Logger Memory capacity: 10000 events
  • Acoustic: Internal buzzer
  • Optical
    • High-contrast OLED graphic display with bar-graph indication
    • LED indicators on the control panel
      • RED: Alarm, Autodiagnosis
      • GREEN: OK, Power supply
      • BLUE: Alarm, detection of radioactive substances
  • Access to programming protected by password
  • Insulation from mains voltage
  • Incorporated Bluetooth (FCC ID: QOQWT12 - IC:5123A-BGTWT12A) interface, RS232
Environmental data
  • Operating Temperature: 14°F to 122°F
  • Storage Temperature: -13°F to 140°F
  • Relative humidity: 5 to 90 %, without condensation
Conformity (*Test Reports available upon request)
  • Safety
    • UL61010-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - Part 1: General requirements
  • EMC
    • ACGIH, 2012 Threshold Limit Value (TLV) for “Sub-Radiofrequency (30 kHz and below) Magnetic Fields”
    • IEEE C95.1-1999: IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz
    • RPB-SC18, 1976: Recommended safety procedures for the selection, installation and use of active metal detectors, Health Canada
NATO stock number
  • 6665150105807





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