The new fisher metal detection device can be installed in minutes.
It has no wires and can be controlled remotely with a smartphone app.
It’s also a relatively easy-to-use, affordable and convenient device.
The Fisher Metal Detectors is a metal detector with a metal box attached to the front.
The detector can be attached to a smartphone or tablet, or on a laptop, computer or a tablet.
A person could use the device to check out a bag or a person’s belongings.
The device has two buttons: one to pull the trigger and one to release the trigger.
The device, which was introduced last year by Fisher and other companies, can detect metal objects such as knives, scissors, golf clubs, forks, screws, nails and screws in 1.5-ounce plastic containers.
It can detect up to 20 different metal objects.
The devices can also detect plastic bags and small bottles.
Fines of up to $200 are issued for violations.
The cost is covered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
In a statement, the FEMA said the device is an important tool for reducing crime and promoting public safety.FEMA said it has worked with the states to expand its inventory of metal detectors.
The agency said it also works with states and local agencies to increase the availability of metal detector systems and devices in communities that already have them.
Fisher said it plans to install more than 500 devices in more than 10 states.