L-3 Earns a Place on TSA's Qualified Technologies List

L-3 Security & Detection Systems has reported that 12 of its X-ray screening systems have been placed on the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Air Cargo Qualified Technologies List.

The company's air cargo portfolio of products screens both break-bulk and skid-based air cargo with systems covering TSA’s small, medium and large X-ray classifications.

“From the cost-effective PX 6.4 to the world-class CX-Pallet, L-3 is dedicated to providing and developing configurable screening solutions that meet stringent detection, throughput and cost of ownership criteria,” said Thomas M. Ripp, president of L-3 Security & Detection Systems.

The company's TSA qualified systems address requirements to screen break-bulk with low-cost, conventional X-ray systems (PX™ 6.4, PX-107™, PX-208™), AT systems (ACX® 6.4, ACX® 6.4-MV, VDS-108™, VIS-HR™, MVT-HR®) and certified EDS equipment (eXaminer® 3DX, eXaminer® HTSA). It also offers the PX-160P™ and CX-Pallet 6000 P DV to screen consolidated cargo on skids.

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