Lightweight RF Shielding Pouches

Lightweight RF shielding pouches protect confiscated intelligence data in field ops.

Select-A-Shield™ RF Shielding Pouches are designed to secure cell phones, computers, iPads, and other wireless devices. They prevent others from logging on and modifying the data on the electronic device. Lightweight and flexible, these pouches are made to absorb and reflect signals from entering or leaving electronic devices. They weigh less than 2 lbs. and easily fold and fit into a pack for field operations.

The SFP1218 portable pouch is designed to immediately secure the data, yet allow on the spot access via a window or a USB port to view or upload the data for immediate analysis in the field. Options are also available without the USB port for RF shielded viewing only and no window pouches for highest shielding performance.

USB Mobile Forensics Pouch
These pouches are manufactured in the USA with SELECT’s silver/copper/nickel fabric.

This conductive, flexible material is the same fabric used over the past decade to make room sized to table top RF shielded enclosures. Conductive material will maintain shielding performance for hundreds of captures.

Options: clear evidence tag pockets, ballistic nylon exterior layer, RF shielding window for touch screen viewing and manipulation, and USB port.

Part Number Weight Outside Dimensions Inside Dimensions
SFP1218 .60 lb. 17.5” L x 11.75” W x 2” H 15” L x 10.5” W x 2” H

Connector Specifications – USB 2.0 Type B to USB 2.0 Type A: fully shielded, capacitive filtered, panel mount
Electrical Capabilities – 125 VDC, 2 amp max.

Part Number Description
SFP1218 USB Shielded Forensic Pouch
SFP1218K Complete Unit: Shielded USB Forensic Pouch, evidence cards, foam insert, carry bag and cables
SFP610  5.75″ W x 9″L O.D. window pouch with double rollover closure and foam insert
SFP1113  10.5″W x 12.5″L O.D. window pouch with double rollover closure and foam insert
Typical Applications
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Field Work
  • Protection against Industrial Espionage
  • Homeland Security
  • Protection against Corporate Espionage
  • Mobile Device Extraction
    • Cell Phones
    • Smartphones
    • Tablets
    • GPS