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Tactical Electronic Distraction Device


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T.E.D.D. - Tactical Electronic Distraction Device

  • 2,600 Lumen
  • Ultra High Output LED Modules (3 per device)
  • 116 Db at 3 feet - 4kHz output
  • Submersible to 10 ft
  • Shock resistant construction (20ft drop onto concrete)
  • Delrin® 100AF, Polycarbonate, Aluminum & Steel
  • Rechargeable (Recharger provided) Li Ion batteries
  • 65 minute continuous Light & Sound
  • Recharges in 1.5 hours
  • 500 full recharges to 70% of battery life
  • 2.5" Largest Diameter, 3.25" Height
  • weighs 1.0lbs
  • 2 Year Warranty on all manufacturers defects from date of delivery
  • This is not a TOY. To be operated by trained personnel only
Three will fit in the palm of your hand.
Fits in a standard Baseball Grenade pouch on your heavy vest.
Very little training time and easy to program.
Weighted base ensures it always lands upright to project the maximum strobe light effect.
With Sound Emitter always facing up, true 360° dispersion.
The steel base will penetrate standard home window glass for upstairs insertion.
Rugged construction & design will provide years of service.
No fears of flame, no pyrotechnic charge, no concussive affects of over pressure. The alternative to traditional Flash-Bangs.

MSLP $199 includes charger
Agency pricing available



  • Seven (7) programmable Light and Sound Modes.
  • Four (4) programmable Activation Modes. (Retains all programming details in memory)
  • ON-READY-OFF Weather-Tight thumb-sized Switch
  • Programming Switch (small and recessed to protect from accidental program changes)
  • TO TURN ON: Unit must be Readied by pressing ON-READY-OFF switch, which lights up green. When ready to deploy, press SWITCH again, and the green light will start blinking, indicating that the programmed Activation Delay has begun.
  • TO TURN OFF: Pressing the same Switch once more. The green light goes off.
  • PROGRAMMING:
    • Light & Sound programmed by pressing recessed Programming switch to the left of the ON-READY-OFF switch while the ON-READY-OFF switch is in OFF mode. Audible sound provides programming feedback.
      THIS PROGRAMMING MUST BE ENTERED WITHIN 4 SECONDS
      • Press Once: Light & Sound (2min ON, 20 sec off, repeats)
      • Press Twice: Sound Only
      • Press 3 Times: Light Only
      • Press 4 Times: Turbo Strobe & Sound
      • Press 5 Times: Turbo Strobe Only
      • Press 6 Times: 2 sec on Strobe & Sound, (6 sec OFF, Repeat)
      • Press 7 Times: Safety Lock
    • ACTIVATION DELAY MODES:
      Programmed by pressing Programming switch while unit is in READY condition. Audible sound will provide feedback. This programming must be entered within 2 seconds.
      • Press Once: 2 second delay
      • Press Twice: 4 second delay
      • Press 3 Times: 7 second delay
      • Press 4 Times: 10 second delay

The Science of Noise: 4 megahertz

The parameters of the noise to which an individual is exposed affect the pattern and magnitude of his/her inner-ear damage. For example, the frequency of the exposure determines the apex-to-base location of damage in the organ of Corti. The intensity in decibels (dB sound pressure level (SPL)) of the noise determines the rapidity with which the ear is damaged and the extent of the initial anatomical lesion. It also determines whether the associated hearing loss will be temporary (i.e., temporary threshold shift (TTS)) or permanent (i.e., permanent threshold shift (PTS)).

The duration of the exposure has a reciprocal relationship to intensity. The higher the intensity, the shorter the exposure can be and still cause permanent damage. Conversely, lower-intensity noise may be safe, even when the ear is exposed for long durations. For exposures which are equal in total energy, the scheduling of the exposure (i.e., continuous vs. intermittent) affects the magnitude of damage that the ear sustains but does not affect the pattern of damage. Rest or quiet periods between successive exposures afford some protection for the ear, as long as the periods are not too brief.

Noise-induced hearing loss in humans commonly begins in the high frequencies around 4 kHz. The length of time of that exposure (continuous or intermittent) and the intensity (>/+ 140dB SPL) determines whether permanent or temporary swelling of the Hair Cells of the Corti. This swelling limit or prohibit sound perception upon exposure.  The noise-exposed cochlea undergoes histopathological alterations which can be separated into primary and secondary events. Primary: Loss of sound differentiation, Secondary: Hearing loss. Studies substantiate the contribution of noise frequencies affecting health and its association with physiological behavior within human body. The impact of short exposure noise on auditory and non-auditory effected human organs causes very similar effects of those seen in pyrotechnic Noise Flash Distraction Devices. (175dB).

Reducing the decibel level of the short-term exposure to those 4kHz frequencies to under 120dB, still produces the numbing effect upon the ear hair cells but reduces the chance of permanent hearing damage from such exposure.

  
       


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