Dual view, low conveyor X-ray system for screening ULD type freight and ISO standard pallets.
The 638DV is an advanced dual-view X-ray system for screening ULD, ISO standard, lower deck and large cargo pallet type freight. With a large and spacious tunnel size of 1,837 mm x 1,800 mm and explosives and narcotics detection alert feature, the 638DV is widely used for air cargo screening and customs applications where throughput is most important.
The 638DV has been approved and included on the U.S. TSA Air Cargo Screening Technology List (ACSTL) and the Transport Canada (TC) Air Cargo Security Program (ACS).
Meets all European Commission Aviation Screening Requirements
Heavy Duty Rollerbed
Regulatory Approved Alarm for High Density Objects
E.U. Aviation Complaint and Approved by U.S. TSA and Transport Canada
DETECTION OF EXPLOSIVES AND NARCOTICS ALERT
Target and NARCScan are designed to assist operators in the detection of a range of explosives and narcotics respectively in real time during the scanning process by marking a potential threat on the X-ray image. Rapiscan® Systems detection algorithms are based on regulatory material analysis techniques.
638DV performance is in full compliance with the European Union regulations (EC) No. 300/2008, (EU) No. 2015/1998 and Commissions Decision C (2015)8005 for aviation security.
EASE OF USE PROVIDING HIGHEST THROUGHPUT
With over 13 image processing tools and detection alert algorithm functions, the feature rich software allows the operator to more easily and accurately search for contraband.
DUAL VIEW ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
As mandated by US and EU regulators, the 638DV utilizes a dual-view technology which produces two simultaneous images (vertical and horizontal views) of the scanned object. It provides a more complete image, thereby reducing the need for repositioning and rescanning and enabling rapid, accurate and comprehensive threat detection.
Rapiscan® Systems' proprietary detection algorithm that detects areas of high density while screening air cargo. Rapiscan® Systems collaborated closely with the U.K. Department for Transport to create DARC alarm and jointly executed the necessary test trials to verify the effectiveness of the DARC Alarm algorithm.