Decatur Electronics ID-2 Meth Scanner

Decatur, Ill.-based Decatur Electronics Inc. releases the ID-2™ Meth Scanner, a handheld meth detection device.

The scanner uses ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy to detect trace molecular elements of the meth chemicals. Officers scan substances or areas they suspect have been in contact with components of the drug. The ID-2 detects the unique chemical signatures of meth or pseudoephedrine as they react to the ultraviolet light, according to the company.

The ID-2 scanner weighs less than two pounds and runs on rechargeable batteries for more than eight hours. A laser pointer aids in accurately locating and scanning substances or an area.

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