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ZKAccess Metal Detector Distinguishes Dangerous Metal Objects From Harmless Ones

The latest metal detector by ZKAccess can provide an extra layer of access to a number of verticals.

FAIRFIELD, N.J. — ZKAccess reveals its latest walk-through metal detector, the WMD433.

The WMD433 features program modes for either 1-zone, 6-zone, 11-zone or 33-zone detection. It automatically counts people and alarms and readily distinguishes dangerous metal objects from harmless ones, including wristwatch, belts and coins, according to the company.

Equipped with a 5.7-inch LCD screen, the metal detector offers infrared remote control and supports TCP/IP communication and only allows authorized personnel to access the control panel.

The WMD433 ships in two pieces, with cables, eight screws and instructions. There’s no need for manual calibration as the unit runs self-diagnostics and re-calibrates with each power-on.

“Sadly, we’ve seen all too many times the tragedies that can occur to innocent people in public places,” notes Larry Reed, CEO, ZKAccess. “While preventing these tragic events is not always in our control, added layers of security can help deter the entry of weapons. Metal detectors are one such layer, and can be especially beneficial for hotels, arenas, night clubs, and schools.”

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