The mobile inhibition station is used to protect a convoy of vehicles from radio-controlled explosions during travel.
The system can also be used to inhibit a certain area or building.
The equipment is supplied with a trunk to house the antennas in a discreet way. The system has two 24V 70Ahr battery packs that generally provide one hour of autonomy. An alternator can also be installed in the vehicle for charging batteries. If it is not possible to install an alternator an additional power generator can be used.
|Main characteristics of the inhibition system|
- Key on hand.
- Modular design that covers a wide frequency range from 20 to 3000 MHz.
- 43/5000 Modules with forced ventilation system.
- Expandable by modules for higher powers or new frequencies.
- Module power: 10 to 200W.
- Allows programming free communication windows for escort services.
- Mounted on a sturdy trunk for easy installation on the vehicle roof as well as its portability. Each inhibitor system weighs approximately 20 kilos.
- Each inhibition module is independent and integrated in such a way that its replacement does not alter the operation of the rest of the system.
- Remote control for each inhibitor module.
- 51/5000 Easy to configure graphical user interface.
- Digital barrier inhibition for carriers with modulation for pseudorandom sequences.
- Power through the vehicle itself or additional generator, depending on the emission power.
- Backup battery with one hour of autonomy.
- Special design of broadband antennas.
- Frequency: 20-3000 MHz.
- Modules: Depending on the frequencies.
- Pseudorandom noise.
- Communication windows.
- Programmable. Programmable communication windows:
- 4 Secure communication windows programmable by the user.
- From 16 to 512 programmable carriers in each band individually.
- Control: Remote control in the vehicle itself On / off.
- Monitoring: Status monitoring through dedicated software.