Rescue teams around the world have relied upon the LifeDetector for over 15 years to rapidly detect and locate victims of collapsed buildings. The LifeDetector essentially converts the entire collapsed structure into a large sensitive microphone to pinpoint signals from the entombed victims. The seismic and acoustic sensors of the system convert vibrations created by the live victim into audible and visual signals.
Improved color-coded cable connectors allows two acoustic search probes to be used simultaneously for stereo comparison. Audio loop record function records last five minutes of audio for playback and comparison.
Display panel shows relative signal strength of all six sensors simultaneously. Peak meters indicates highest amplitude reached by each sensor.