CC308 User Manual

A detailed instruction manual for CC308 bug detector

Laser Scanning - Detecting Hidden Cameras and Lens
1> Open the power switch, the blue indicator light go on
2> Press the laser switch, the instrument back six led lights starts blinking
3> Hold the detector with your hand, and make sure the six led lights towards to the object that you want to detect
4> Move around the detector, laser scanning of the surrounding environment, put your eyes on the Red View Window
5> You will find some very bright blinking light spot if there are some camera lens, photo sample as below:
6> Press the laser switch again to turn off the laser scanning
Tips: Press the laser switch button continuously, the blink frequency of the six led lights will be changed from slower to faster in each two seconds, and there are total 8 blink frequencies for this detector.

Radio Frequency Detection With Buzzing Only
1> Turn the power switch to the midden position, the blue indicator light go on
2> Move around the detecor, if the RF signal indicators blink and machine buzz, it means there are some signal sources
3> If all of the 4 RF signal indicators blink, it means the rf signal is very strong, and vice versa
4> Pull out the antenna, the longer the antenna, the larger search range, and vice versa
5> Adjust the RF signal sensitivity dial, the higher sensitivity, the larger search range, and vice versa
6> Moving around, adjusting the lenth of the antenna and adjusting the RF signal sensitivity dial are the three key factors to help to find the final signal source
7> You can also insert the headphone, then other people will can't hear the buzzing noise

Radio Frequency Detection With Vibrating Only
1> Turn the power switch to the top position, the blue indicator light go on
2> Move around the detecor, if the RF signal indicators blink and machine vibrating, it means there are some signal sources
the 3>,4>,5>,6> are same with above

7 Comments

Angel - Apr 25, 2014

This was very helpful. the instructions in the box are lame.
I am having trouble finding the source. Tell me about the GPS part on this machine. Really anything you can tell me would be helpful.

Thank you,

Andrew - Apr 25, 2014

My uncle gave this to me and I couldn’t figure out what it was,but after reading this article I now know thank you!!!

Rick Carter - Apr 25, 2014 There are no instructions on how to charge this detector.
etheldred james - Apr 25, 2014

i bought two of those items, the cc308. i was of the view that it can locate cell phones in the prisons, even when the cell phones are off. is it possible?

Corey Lawton - Apr 25, 2014

I need to know if this detector is a guaranteed to work ?

jane kiesel - Apr 25, 2014 is it normal for the cc308 to beep when the microwave is on? is it ok? when the cc308 is on the counter , turned on very low..I walk over to it and as soon as I touch it it beeps ..is that normal? odes it mean I am giving off some kind of electricity?
Fudge - Apr 25, 2014

As an RF detector, it is very rudimentary but it can work.
As a camera finder, I have yet to find anything better and I have used just about everything on the market.

@jane kiesel
Yes, it will go off near a microwave, as most microwaves emit 2.4Ghz. It’s a big ugly signal on a spectrum analyzer.

@etheldred james
No, the cell would have to be on. To find a cell phone that is off, you would need a Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD). I assumed most prisons had these. If not, they should.

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