To compensate for product effects without reducing detection sensitivity, CEIA MS21 metal detectors
simultaneously use a broad spectrum of inspection frequencies to achieve the industry's highest sensitivity to all metal contaminants. Unlike three-frequency detectors which inspect using one frequency at a time, the MS21 uses patent-pending multi-spectrum technology to accurately identify the difference between a metal particle and a specific product effect. CEIA multi-spectrum detectors automatically learn and track product effect conditions.
CEIA's Auto-Learn system selects, displays, and stores the optimal sensitivity settings for up to 500 products. A single-button preview of detection settings, including the range of frequencies used, sensitivity level, metal type, and particle size, also helps reduce detection errors.
Standard features include an IP69K rating for superior high-pressure, high-temperature wash down protection, stainless steel case and keyboard with conformal coated circuit boards for superior moisture resistance and durability, Bluetooth connectivity for programming and data collection without physically accessing the detector's interior, Ethernet connection capability, username/password access for up to 40 users, compliance with HACCP and FDA Title 21 CFR 11for traceable inspection event recording and reporting.
The world's largest manufacturer of metal detectors, CEIA also builds single and three-frequency metal detectors of snacks and other falling, pumped, and conveyed products.