The Mission Darkness™ Window Faraday Bag for Phones completely blocks all wireless signals and keeps small electronic devices shielded to prevent hacking, tracking, spying, and chain of custody corruption. When a cell phone is properly enclosed in the bag, no apps or malicious code can be remotely triggered or wiped, no communication can penetrate, and no one can access the microphone, camera, GPS location, or data. Primary uses are for law enforcement and military forensic evidence collection, personal security, and EMP protection. The preview window allows the user to view contents inside, device battery life, and confirm signal cutoff.
Military-grade faraday bag with preview window designed for law enforcement forensic investigators, also used for executive travel, personal security, EMP and CME protection
Shields cell phones, GPS units, electronic toll collection transponders (like E-ZPass), keyfobs, or other similar size devices from ALL wireless signals
5th Gen device shielding assurance
EMI shielding & RFI shielding
Two layers of high-shielding fabric on all sides with dual paired seam construction
Blocks WiFi (2.4 & 5GHz), Bluetooth, cell signals (4G LTE+), GPS, RFID, and radio signals with 60-80dB average attenuation
Device preview window to confirm signal cutoff and battery life
Uniquely serialized for asset tracking
Closable pocket on back to place company/agency information
Double roll and Velcro closure
Water-resistant ballistic nylon outer materials
Outer dimensions: 9.5" x 9" x .1"
Inner usage dimensions: 8.5" x 5"
Commonly used to shield
Credit cards and building access cards
Immediately Add Agency/Department Info
Mission Darkness™ bags have a velcro-sealable pocket on the back to place a business card or more permanent sticker. There's no need to silkscreen your department information on the bag.
Unique Serial # on Each Bag
Each bag type is uniquely serialized to assist with asset tracking and evidence chain of custody.
Mission Darkness window faraday bags are often used for evidence collection, to allow the investigator to confirm signal cutoff, check battery life, etc.