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NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION TSA Air Cargo Screening Technology List (ACSTL) Version Release Date: June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Table of Contents 1 Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ............... 3 Document 3 Document 3 3 Device Operating 4 Manufacturer Contact 4 Updates in This 6 2 No n-Computed Tomography (Non-CT) Transmission X-Ray Devices ........................................ ........................................ ......... 7 Qualified Non-CT X-ray 8 Approved Non-CT X-ray 11 Grandfathered Non-CT X-ray 12 3 Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) 15 Qualified ETD 15 Approved ETD 16 Grandfathered ETD Technology ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ........... 17 4 Electronic Metal Detection (EMD) Devices ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ....... 18 Qualified EMD 20 Approved EMD Grandfathered EMD 22 5 Explosive Detection Systems (EDS)................................... ........................................ ........................................ ...................... 23 Qualified EDS 23 Approved EDS 24 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 1 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered EDS 25 6 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 26 Qualified CO2 Monitor Technology ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ ....... 26 Approved CO2 Monitor 27 Grandfathered CO2 Monitor 28 Appendix A: Trace 29 Third-Party Consumables 29 Trace Consumables List ........................................ ........................................ ........................................ .................................. 30 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 2 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 1 Introduction Document Purpose The Air Cargo Screening Technology List (ACSTL) serves as TSA s official guide for regulated parties to use when procuring screening devices and associated trace consumables in accordance with TSA approved security programs. Any technologypurchased from this list must be utilized in accordance with measures outlined in a screener's Standard Security Program. This list does not apply to devices owned by TSA or devices used in TSA-sponsored tests or test beds. Document Format The documentis arranged by Technology QualificationGroupasfo llows:(1)No n-Computed Tomography( No n-CT) TransmissionX-ray Devices,(2)ExplosiveTrace Detection( ET D)Devices,(3) ElectronicMetalDetection(EMD)Devices,(4) Explosive Detection Systems(EDS),and (5)CarbonDioxide(CO2)Monitors. Under each TechnologyQualificationGroupar e three sections: aQualified Technology section, an Approved T echnology section, and a Grandfathered Technology section. The Qualified T echnology section specifiesdevices,by technology,wh ichhave undergone a formalTSA-sponsoredtestprocessand a redeemed device from theACSTL,regulatedpartiesare encouragedto select a device fromthe Qualified Technology section. The Approved Technology section specifies devices, by technology, which have been conditionally approvedforscreening operationsand arecurrentl yundergoing orarescheduled deviceshave upto 36 monthsfrom th e da te a ddedto theApprovedT echnologysection to successfully passTSA' s suitability basedfield-testa a device isunable topassfield-test activities withinthe pre scribed 36 months,it will be removedfromthe Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties wh o procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at their own risk. Additionaltechnologiesmaybe a ddedto theApprovedTechnology sectionat TSA's andfathered T echnologysection specifies devices,byte chnology,wh icharecurrentl y qualifiedtoscreen cargo buthave astated exp iration partieswh oa re u singthe gr andfatheredtechnology anopportunity to graduallyphaseoutthedevice andtr ansitionto deviceslistedin theQualifiedor Approved tothisfact,regulatedpartiesshould notpurchase devicesfrom this section;rather, they should reference theQualifiedor Approve d section sfortheir pro curement needs. Disclaimer The Approved Technology section reflects devices that have successfully passed Stage I of the qualification testing process. TSA reserves the right to remove any device from this section that fails Stage II test activities. The Grandfathered Technology section reflects devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a stated expiration date. TSA also reserves the right to remove devices from the Approved or Qualified section or revise an expiration date for Grandfathered devices due to a device s inability to meet more stringent performance parameters associated with emerging threats. Should such a situation occur, TSA will issue specific guidance on how previously purchased devices may be used. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 3 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Device Configuration Top Assembly Part Number and Required Software Version indicate the only qualified configurations for each Device Model Number. Models with different part numbers or software versions are not considered qualified screening devices. Operating Environment Devices listed within the ACSTL are intended to be operated under controlled temperature and humidity conditions. Add-on components and kits may be available from vendors to extend operational temperature and humidity ranges. Manufacturer Contact Information Com pany Address Point of Contact Phone Num ber E-m ail American Sciences and Engineering, Inc. (AS&E) 829 Middlesex Turnpike Billerica, MA 01821 Dave Montion 978-262-8638 m Armstrong Monitoring 215 Colonnade Road South Ottaw a, ON K2E 7K3 Canada Scott Bissett 800-465-5777 SBissett@armstrongmon m Astrophysics, In c . 21481 Ferrero Parkw ay City of Industry, CA 91789 Simon Bedf ord 858-774-8432 SBedf Autoclear 2 Gardner Road Fairf ield, NJ 07004-2206 Jack Fenw ick 973-276-6000 Ext. 243 JackFenw CEIA USA 9155 Dutton Drive Tw insburg Ohio 44087 Luca Cacioli 330-217-7995 LCac ioli@c Gilardoni V ia Arturo Gilardoni 1 Mandello del Lario 23826 (LC), Italy Luca Ghislanzoni 0039-0341-705218 InstroTek, Inc. 1 Triangle Drive, PO 13944 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 Ali Regimand 919-875-8371 ARegimand@instrote m L3 Security & Detection Systems 10 Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 Ronald Allman ( ETD only) 781-970-1624 @L3 m L3 Security & Detection Systems 10 Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 Michael Gildea (all product lines except ETD) 781-939-3890 @L3 m Mettler-Toledo Saf eline 6005 Benjamin Road Tampa, FL 33634 Chr is Acierno 813-889-9500 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 4 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Com pany Address Point of Contact Phone Num ber E-m ail Nuctech Company, Ltd. 2F/A Tong Fang Bldg. Shuang Qing Road Hai Dian Dis tric t Beijing, China Tao Yin Renran Xu +86-139-1129-0208 +86-185-1128-9452 Rapiscan Systems 23 Frontage Road Andover, MA 01810 Samantha Ollerton (ETD/Trace only) 603-289-1304 Rapiscan Systems 2805 Columbia Street Torrance, CA 905503 Lorie Halitzka (All product lines except ETD/Trace devices) 310-349-2637 m Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc. 10260 Campus Point Drive, MS V2-F San Diego, CA 20190 Stan DeFilippis 202-361-3338 pis@ m Smiths Detection, Inc. 2202 Lakeside Blvd Edgew ood, MD 21040 Jennif er Banks Herrmann 410-474-0238 Jennif @s mit VOTI Detection, Inc. 102-1840 Trans-Canada Highw ay Dorval, Quebec, Canada H9P1H7 Richard Shatilla 514-782-1566 m X-ray Center ( XRC) Nuripasa Mah. 15 SK. No. 29/A Zeytinburnu, Instanbul Turkey Kami Havluciyan +90-212-665-1328 ka mi@ A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 5 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Updates in This Version Page Se ction Change 5 Manuf acturer Contract Inf ormation Revised Rapiscan Systems contact inf ormation. 5 Manuf acturer Contract Inf ormation Added Mettler-Toledo Saf eline and contact inf ormation. 6 Manuf acturer Contract Inf ormation Revised InstroTek, Inc. contact inf ormation. 26 EMD Devices, Grandf athered Added Mettler-Toledo Saf eline into EMD Grandf athered. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 6 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 2 Non-ComputedTomography (Non-CT) Transmission X-Ray Devices Technology Description: Fixed projection X-ray inspection devices that display digitized transmission radiographic images of an object under inspection following an interrogation. Technology Classification: This technology is classified by material discrimination capability, number of views, and capacity. Material discrimination capability: Classification groups are Yes (Y) and No (N). Yes indicates devices that are capable of enabling visual differentiation between types of materials detected, , nylon vs explosives vs PVS under steel. No indicates devices that do not discriminate between different materials. Number of views: Classification groups are single view (grandfathered), dual view,and multi view. Devices may display images scanned from one, two, or multiple perspectives. Regardless of a device s manual or assisted-detection capability, the operator must view and interpret one or more images of each object under inspection as dictated by the applicable security program. Capacity designation: Device capacity groups are defined in the table below. The capacity listing is for testing and informational purposes only. Non-CT Capacity Designations ID De s cription A Sm all Ape rture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith an item size of at least 49 cm ( in) w ide by 38 c m ( 1 5 in) high by 91 cm ( in) long and 50 kg ( lbs .) in w eight and up to 80 cm ( in) w ide by 60 cm ( in) high by 120 cm ( in) long and 100 kg ( lbs .) in w eight. B Medium Aperture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith at item size of at least 80 cm ( in) w ide by 60 cm ( in) high by 120 cm ( in) long and 100 kg ( lbs .) in w eight and up to 122 cm (48 in) w ide by 153 cm ( in) high by 122 cm (48 in) long and 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs .) in w eight. C Large Aperture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith an item size of at least 122 cm (48 in) w ide by 153 cm ( in) high by 122 cm (48 in) long and 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs .) in w eight. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 7 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Qualified Non-CT X-ray Technology The Qualified Technology section specifies devices that have undergone a fo r mal TSA-sponsored test process and are deemed qualified for screening operations. When procuring a device from the ACSTL, regulated parties are encouragedto select a device from the qualified technology section. Qualified Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of View s Capacity Date Qualifie d Astrophysics, Inc. XIS-100XDV 00-13-1XDV-21 Y Dual View B 10/23/2009 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-100XDX 00-22-1XDX-11 00-22-10DX-11 Y Dual View B 08/09/2012 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1517DV 200kV 00-22-15DV-20 Y Dual View C 08/09/2012 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1818DV 200kV 00-22-18DV-20 Y Dual View C 08/09/2012 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1818DV 320kV 00-00-18DV-23 Y Dual View C 12/12/2012 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-6545DV 00-13-65DV-21 Y Dual View A 10/23/2009 Astrophysics, Inc. XIS-6545DVS 00-30-6DV S-10 Y Dual View A 11/21/2016 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-7858DVS 00-30-7DV S-10 Y Dual View A 11/21/2016 Gilardoni, FEP ME 7 5 5 A MX 05141096 Y Dual View A 10/23/2014 L3 Security & Detection Systems ACX MV 1000-MV3AC-00 Y Multi V iew A 10/23/2009 L3 Security & Detection Systems CX 6000 P DV 002 N Dual View C 05/14/2010 L3 Security & Detection Systems MV T-HR 1000-10001-HR 1000-10002-HR Y Multi V iew B 02/03/2010 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 8 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Qualified Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of View s Capacity Date Qualifie d L3 Security & Detection Systems PX MV 1000-P1010-2V Y Dual View B 08/09/2012 1000-P1010-AC L3 Security & Detection Systems PX MV 200kV 0125-10732-00 Y Dual View C 08/09/2012 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX MV 200kV 0125-10734-00 Y Dual View C 08/09/2012 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX MV 320kV 0125-10735-00 Y Dual View C 12/12/2012 Rapiscan Systems 620 DV 620DV RHS-AT 620DVLHS-AT 620DV RHS-STND 620DVLHS-STND Y Dual View A 10/23/2009 Rapiscan Systems 627 DV 627DV-W115 627DV-STND 627DVE Y Dual View B 10/23/2009 Rapiscan Systems 628 DV 628DV115 628DV-STND Y Dual View B 05/14/2010 Rapiscan Systems 632 DV 632DV200 632DV-STND 632DVE Y Dual View C 10/23/2009 Rapiscan Systems 638 DV 638DV200 638DV-STND Y Dual View C 10/23/2009 Rapiscan Systems 638 DV300 638DV300 Y Dual View C 06/23/2016 Rapiscan Systems MVXR 5000 2010659-6 Y Multi V iew B 02/03/2010 Smiths Detection, Inc. 6040-2is HS 6040-2is Y Dual View A 08/27/2015 Smiths Detection, Inc. 6040aTiX HS 6040aTiX Y Dual View A 10/23/2009 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 9 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Qualified Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of View s Capacity Date Qualifie d Smiths Detection, Inc. 6040aX HS 6040aX Y Dual View A 08/09/2012 Smiths Detection, Inc. 7555aTiX HS 7555aTiX Y Dual View A 05/14/2010 Smiths Detection, Inc. 7555aX HS 7555aX Y Dual View A 08/09/2012 Smiths Detection, Inc. 10080 EdtS HS 10080 EdtS Y Multi V iew B 10/23/2009 Smiths Detection, Inc. 10080 EDX-2is HS 10080 EDX-2is Y Dual View B 10/23/2009 Smiths Detection, Inc. 100100T-2is HS 100100T-2is Y Dual View B 10/23/2009 Smiths Detection, Inc. 100100V-2is HS 100100V-2is Y Dual View B 08/09/2012 Smiths Detection, Inc. 130130T-2is HS 130130T-2is Y Dual View B 10/23/2009 Smiths Detection, Inc. 145180-2is HS 145180-2is Y Dual View C 4/25/2013 Smiths Detection, In c . 180180-2is HS 180180-300kV-2is N Dual View C 10/23/2009 Smiths Detection, Inc. 180180-2 is Pr o HS 180180-2is Pro Y Dual View C 10/18/2016 Smiths Detection, Inc. (1) HRX 1000 DV P0007033-011 Y Dual View B 05/14/2010 X- ray Center (XRC) XRC 60-40DV XRC 60-40DV Y Dual View A 04/11/2018 X- ray Center (XRC) XRC 100-100DV XRC 100-100DV Y Dual View B 05/23/2018 No te s: (1) Morpho Detection, Inc . was acquired by Smiths Detection, Inc. Either company s data plate is acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Number matches the number listed in the Qualified section. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 10 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Approved Non-CT X-ray Technology The Approved Technology section specifies devices that have been conditionally approved for screening operations andare currently undergoing -orare scheduled for - field test activities. These devices have up to 36 months from the date added to the Approved Technology section to successfully pass TSA s suitability-based field test activities. If a device is unable to pass field test activities within the prescribed 36 months, it will be removed from the Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties who procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at theirown risk. Additional technologies may be added to the list at TSA s discretion. Approved Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of Vie w s Capacity Date Approved VOTI Detection Inc. V OTI XR3 D-6D 5000002-001 Y Dual View A 5/08/2018 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 11 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered Non-CT X-ray Technology The Grandfathered Te chnology se ction specifies devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a statedexpiration date. This allows regulated parties who are using the grandfathered technology an opportunity to graduallyphase out the device and transition to devices listed in the Qualified or Approved sections. Due to this fact, regulatedparties should not purchase devices from this section; rather, they should reference the Qualified or Approved sectionsfor their procurement needs. Grandfathered Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required TopAssembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of Vie w s Capacity Expiration Date American Sciences and Engineering, Inc. (A S&E) Gemini 6040 299-0500 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 American Sciences and Engineering, Inc. (A S&E) Gemini 7555 288-0500 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 American Sciences and Engineering, Inc. (A S&E) Gemini 100100 302-0500 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . 6545VI 00-12-65VI-11 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-100X 00-13-1XST-21 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-100XD 00-13-1XDM-21 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1080 00-13-1080-21 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1080D 00-23-108D-21 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1517 00-13-1517-20 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1517 200kV 00-23-1517-20 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1818 00-13-1818-20 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1818 200kV 00-23-1818-20 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-1818 320kV 00-25-1818-20 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-5878 00-13-5878-12 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-6040 00-12-6040-21 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-6545 00-13-6545-21 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Astrophysics, In c . XIS-7858 00-13-7858-21 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Autoclear (1) 6040 6040M-A C2 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 12 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of Vie w s Capacity Expiration Date Autoclear (1) 7555M 7555M-A C2 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Autoclear (1) 100100T 100100T-A C2 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems A CX 1000-A CX64-00 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX 6 . 4 1000-1PX64-00 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX 107 1000-PX107-00 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX 160 P 0125-10431-00 N Single View C 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems PX 208 1000-PX208-00 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems VDS 108 1000-10001-SF Y Single View B 12/31/2020 L3 Security & Detection Systems V IS-HR 1000-10001-VH Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Nuctech Company CX6040BI CX6040BI Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Nuctech Company CX100100TI CX100100TI Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 620 XR 620XRW-STND Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 622 XR 622XRW-STND Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 624 XR 624XRW-STND Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 627 XR 627XRW-STND Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 628 XR 628XRW-STND Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 632 XR 632XRW-STND Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems 638 XR 638XRW-STND Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Rapiscan Systems Eagle A 1000 A10T480 N Single View C 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 6040ds HS 6040ds Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 6040i HS 6040i Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 6046si HS 6046si Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 7555i HS 7555i Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 7555si HS 7555si Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 9075 HS 9075 (4) Y Single View B 12/31/2020 A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 13 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered Non-CT X-ray Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber M ate rial Dis crim ination # of Vie w s Capacity Expiration Date Smiths Detection, Inc. 100100T HS 100100T (4) Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 100100V HS 100100V Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 145180 HS 145180 (3) N Single View C 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. 180180 HS 180180 300kV N Single View C 12/31/2020 Smit h s Detection, In c . (2) HRX 650 P0007033-003 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) HRX 750 P0007033-004 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) HRX 1000 P0007033-005 Y Single View B 12/31/2020 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) HRX 1500 P0007033-012 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 Smit h s Detection, Inc. (2) HRX 1800 P0007033-013 Y Single View C 12/31/2020 X-ray Center ( XRC) XRC 6040 XRC 60-40 Y Single View A 12/31/2020 No te s: (1) Control Screening w as acquired by Autoclear. Either company s data plate is acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Numbermatches the number listed in the Grandf athered section. (2) Morpho Detection, In c . w as acquired by Smiths Detection, In c. Either company s data plate is acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Number matches the number listed in the Grandf athered section. (3) The TS show n in the startup screen as part of the top assembly part number does not indicate a dif f erent hardw are conf iguration. (4) Smiths Detection, Inc. model 145180 manuf actured in June 2007 or earlier, the operating voltage may be 140kV instead of 160kV. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 14 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 3 Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) Devices Technology Description: Desktop or handheld devices that detect explosive residual material on typical cargo substrates through the application and analysis of a swa b-based collection process. Refer to Appendix A, TSA s Trace Consumables List (TCL) for the TSA-recommended third-party ETD T race Consumables vendors. Qualified ETD Technology The Qualified Technology section specifies devices that have undergone a formal TSA-sponsored test process and are deemedqualified for screening operations. When procuring a device from the ACSTL, regulated parties are encouragedto select a device from the qualified technology section. There are currently no systems in the Qualified ETD Technology section. Qualified ETD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Required Softw are Version Configuration Tested Dat e Qualifie d No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 15 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Approved ETD Technology The Approved Technology section specifies devices that have been conditionally approved for screening operations andare currently undergoing- orare scheduled for- field test activities. These devices have up to 36 months from the date added to the Approved Technology section to successfully pass TSA s suitability-based field test activities. If a device is unable to pass field test activities within the prescribed 36 months, it will be removed from the Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties who procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at theirown risk. Additional technologies may be added to the list at TSA s discretion. Approved ETD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber Configuration Tested (2) Dat e Approved Smiths Detection, Inc. (1) IONSCA N 600 4824000E-301-2 No Wand 11/01/2017 No te s: (1) This model has a non-radioactive source thus annual radiation testing is not required. (2) Specification of Wand indicates a wand is required to operatethe devicewhilespecification of No Wand indicates a wand must not be used to operate the device. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 16 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered ETD Technology The Grandfathered Technology section specifies devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a stated expiration date. This allows regulated parties who are using the grandfathered technology an opportunity to graduallyphase out the device and transition to devices listed in the Qualified or Approved sections. Due to this fact, regulatedparties should not purchase devices from this section; rather, they should reference the Qualified or Approved sectionsfor their procurement needs. Grandfathered ETD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Configuration Tested (1) Expiration Date L3 Security & Detection Systems (2) (3) QS-B220 10011225 Rev. E, F, G, H, J, K, L or M QS-B220-001 Rev. A, B, C, or D, or E No Wand 02/12/2021 Rapiscan Systems (4) Itemiser DX P0007018-014-CA R Rev . 2 P0007018-014-CA R-R No Wand 02/12/2021 Smiths Detection, In c . Ionscan 500DT Ionscan 500DT Wand/No Wand (5) 02/12/2021 No te s: (1) Specif ication of Wand indicates a w and is required to operate the device w hile specif ication of No Wand indicates a w and mu s tnot be used to operate the device. (2) This model has a non-radioactive source thus annual radiation testing is not required. (3) Implant Sciences Corporation w as acquired by L3 Security & Detection Systems. Either company s data plate is acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Number matches the number listed in the Grandf athered section. (4) General Electric Homeland Protection w as acquired by Morpho Detection;Morpho Detection s ETD business w as subsequently acquired by Rapiscan Systems. All three companies data plates are acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Number matches the number listed in the Grandf athered section. (5) The correct conf iguration w ill include Detection Parameters and one of the fiv esof tw are versions listed. TSA-AC-9822691-A lt Ex p-RevB is the current version of the Detection Parameters. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 17 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 4 Electronic Metal Detection (EMD) Devices Technology Description: Devices that interrogate items under inspection with a time varying electromagnetic field. Secondary magnetic disturbances induced by the primary field are detected by the EMD, and an alarm condition is displayed if threshold levels have been exceeded. Technology Classification: This technology is classified by three designations: type, class, and capacity (see below for descriptions). Although a device can only be classified into one type and capacity, it can be qualified for more than one class. Type Designations ID De s cription Type I General Detection Capability Capable of detecting threats w ithout any indication of threat location. Type II Detection Plus Localizing Capability Capable of detecting threats and providing visual cues f or the location of detected threats. Class Designations ID De s cription Exam ple s 1 Printed Matter (PM) New spapers, Books, Magazines, Flyers. 2 (1) Electronic Equipment ( EE) Digital Clocks, Sandw ich Makers, Blow Dryers, Computers, Personal Digital Assistants. 3 (1) Machine Parts (MP) Auto Parts, Aircraf t Starters, Car Jacks, Food Graters. 4 (1) Misc. Durable Goods (MDG) Home Renovation Materials, Canned Goods, Furniture. 5 Wearing Apparel (WA) Clothing, Shoes, Handbags, Jackets. 6 Fresh Produce ( FP) Grapef ruit, Pineapple, Cucumbers. 7 Fr es h Flow er s ( FF) Various Tubers and Bulbs, Annual and Perennial Flow ers, Cut Flow ers. 8 Fish and Meats (FM) Shrimp, Fish, Beef , Poultry. No te s: (1) These commodity classes are expected to contain trace or significant amounts of metallic materials, and hence arenot suitable for metal screening. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 18 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Capacity De s ignations (1) ID De s cription A Small Aperture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith an item size of at least 49 cm ( in.) w ide by 38 c m ( 1 5 in.) high by 91 cm ( in.) long and 50 kg ( lbs.) in w eight and up to 80 c m ( in.) w ide by 60 c m ( in.) high by 120 cm ( in.) long and 100 kg ( lbs.) in w eight. B Medium Aperture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith an item size of at least 80 c m ( in.) w ide by 60 c m ( in.) high by 120 c m ( in.) long and 100 kg ( lbs.) in w eight and up to 122 c m (48 in.) w ide by 153 c m ( in.) high by 122 c m ( 48 in.) long and 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs.) in w eight. C Large Aperture Can accommodate screening of air cargo w ith an item size of at least 122 c m (48 in.) w ide by 153 c m ( in.) high by 122 c m (48 in.) long and 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs.) in w eight. No te s: (1) The capacity listing is for testing and informational purposes only. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 19 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Qualified EMD Technology The Qualified Technology section specifies devices that have undergone a fo r mal TSA-sponsored test process and are deemed qualified for screening operations. When procuring a device from the ACSTL, regulated parties are encouragedto select a device from the qualified technology section. Qualifie d EMD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber Type Capacity Date Qualifie d CEIA USA ( 2) EMIS 6047 EMIS604 7 EMIS_60 47_0 01 I A 03/13/2013 CEIA USA ( 2) EMIS 8075 EMIS807 5 EMIS_80 75_0 01 I B 03/13/2013 CEIA USA ( 2) EMIS 110160 EMIS_11 0160 _001 I B 03/13/2013 CEIA USA ( 2) EMIS 130160 EMIS_13 0160 _001 I C 03/13/2013 CEIA USA ( 2) EMIS 130200 EMIS_13 0200 _002 I C 05/10/2018 No te s: (1) YES indicates the commodity classes for which each EMD device passed Stage I testing. NO indicates the commodityclasses for which each EMD device did not pass Stage I testing. (2) CEIA models must contain all three software components listed. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 20 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Approved EMD Technology The Approved Technology section specifies devices that have been conditionally approved for screening operations and are currently undergoing - orare scheduled for - field test activities. These devices have up to 36 months from the date added to the Approved Technology section to successfully pass TSA s suitability-based field test activities. If a device is unable to pass field test activities within the prescribed 36 months, it will be removed from the Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties who procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at theirown risk. Additional technologies may be added to the list at TSA s discretion. There are currently no systems in the Approved EMD Technology section. Approved EMD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber Type Capacity Dat e Approved No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 21 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered EMD Technology The Grandfathered Technology section specifies devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a statedexpiration date. This allows regulated parties who are using thegrandfathered technology an opportunity to graduallyphase out the device and transition to devices listed in the Qualified or Approved sections. Due to this fact, regulatedparties should not purchase devices from this section; rather, they should reference the Qualified or Approved sectionsfor their procurement needs. Grandfathered EMD Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assembly Part Num ber Type Capacity Expiration Date Mettler-Toledo Saf eline SL 2000 A 176Y7692 I A 06/13/2025 Mettler-Toledo Saf eline SL 2000 B 176W7692 I B 06/13/2025 No te s: (1) YES indicates the commodity classes for which each EMD device passed Stage I testing. NO indicates the commodity classes for which each EMD device did not pass Stage I testing. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 22 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 5 Explosive Detection Systems (EDS) Technology Description: Devices that use computed tomography and sophisticated algorithms to automatically detect explosive materials. Qualified EDS Technology The Qualified Technology section specifies devices that have undergone a formal TSA-sponsored test process and are deemed qualified for screening operations. When procuring a device from the ACSTL, regulated parties are encouragedto select a device from the qualified technology section. There are cu rren tly n o systems in the Qualified EDS Technology section. Qualified EDS Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Date Qualifie d No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 23 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Approved EDS Technology The Approved Technology section specifies devices that have been conditionally approved for screening operations andare currently undergoing - or are scheduled for - field test activities. These devices have up to 36 months from the date added to the Approved Technology section to successfully pass TSA s suitability-based field test activities. If a device is unable to pass field test activities within the prescribed 36 months, it will be removed from the Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties who procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at theirown risk. Additional technologies may be added to the list at TSA s discretion. There are cu rren tly n o systems in the Approved EDS Technology section. Approved EDS Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Date Approved No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 24 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered EDS Technology The Grandfathered Technology section specifies devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a statedexpiration date. This allows regulated parties who are using the grandfathered technology an opportunity to graduallyphase out the device and transition to devices listed in the Qualified or Approved sections. Due to this fact, regulatedparties should not purchase devices from this section; rather, they should reference the Qualified or Approved sectionsfor their procurement needs. Grandfathered EDS Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Expiration Dat e L3 Security & Detection Systems eXaminer 6000 1000-11216-00 106106 12/31/2022 L3 Security & Detection Systems eXaminer 6600 1000-11216-00 106106 12/31/2022 L3 Security & Detection Systems(1) eXaminer 3DX 1000-11690-00 106016 12/31/2022 L3 Security & Detection Systems(1) eXaminer 3DX ES 1000-11700-00 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-2500 103100-1 Rev. AM 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-5500DS 103000-1 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-5800 500000-2 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-9000Dsi 600600-1 Rev . CE 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-9400Dsi 605200-1 Rev. B 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-9800Dsi 605577-1 12/31/2022 Smiths Detection, Inc. (2) CTX-9800 SEIO 608551-1 12/31/2022 Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc. CT-80 10360-1 Rev. D 12/31/2022 Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc. CT-80DR 10360-1DR Rev . A 12/31/2022 Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc. (1) CT-80DR+ 11729-1 Rev. A 12/31/2022 No te s: (1) These devices are certified to TSA detection standard but not qualified. (2) Morpho Detection, Inc . was acquired by Smiths Detection. Either company s data plate is acceptable as long as the Top Assembly Part Number matches the number listed in the Grandfathered section. A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 25 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION 6 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitors Technology Description: Handheld or portable devices that collect air samples and evaluate the concentration of carbon dioxide to detect the presence of a concealed human in a tendered cargo item. Qualified CO2 Monitor Technology The Qualified Te chnology section specifies devices that have undergone a formal TSA-sponsored test process and are deemed qualified for screening operations. When procuring a device from the ACSTL, regulated parties are encouragedto select a device from the qualified technology section. Qualifie d CO2 Monitor Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Date Qualifie d Armstrong Monitoring A MC-CD-2 A MC-CD-2 8/27/2010 InstroTek, In c . Guard 1 1010000 8/27/2010 No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 26 of 32 June 13, 2018 The Approved Technology section specifies devices that have been conditionally approved for screening operations and I NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Approved CO2 Monitor Technology are currently undergoing - orare scheduled for - field test activities. These devices have up to 36 months from the date added to the Approved Technology section to successfully pass TSA s suitability-based field test activities. If a device is unable to pass field test activities within the prescribed 36 months, it will be removed from the Approved Technologysection. Due to this fact, regulated parties who procure a device from the Approved Technology section do so at theirown risk. Additional technologies may be added to the list at TSA s discretion. There are cu rren tly n o systems in the Approved CO2 Monitor Technology section. Approved CO2 Monitor Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Dat e Approved No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 27 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Grandfathered CO2 Monitor Technology The Grandfathered Technology section specifies devices that are currently qualified to screen cargo but have a stated expiration date. This allows regulated parties who are using the grandfathered technology an opportunity to graduallyphase out the device and transition to devices listed in the Qualified or Approved sections. Due to this fact, regulated parties should not purchase devices from this section; rather, they should reference the Qualified or Approved sections for their procurement needs. There are currently no systems in the Grandfathered CO2 Monitor Technology section. Grandfathered CO2 Monitor Technology Vendor Device Model Num ber Required Top Assem bly Part Num ber Expiration Dat e No te s: A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 28 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Appendix A: Trace Consumables To ensure that Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) units operate at a level of maximum effectiveness in detecting explosives, TSA requires that all consumables purchased for screening air cargo either appear on the Trace Consumables List (TCL) or be supplied by the manufacturer of the ETD device. TSA expresses no preference for manufacturer-supplied consumables or for third-party-supplied consumables. This publication of the TCL replaces version The TCL identifies third-party ETD consumable items tested by TSA and found to have comparable performance to similar type consumables supplied by the security system manufacturers. Third party consumable items not on the TCL either did not pass the TSA evaluation or were not tested by TSA. Third-Party Consumables Vendors Contact information for vendors appearing in the TCL is listed belowin alphabetical order. Com pany Address Phone Website DSA Detection 120 Water St., Suite 211 (978) 975-3200 w w ETD Dir ec t, LLC 1121 Route 34, Suite N-404 Aberdeen, NJ 07747 (908) 614-7835 w w Microsilver Wear, Inc. 821 Courtyard Drive Hillsborough, NJ 08844 (908) 698-4421 w Princeton Security Technologies 2925 State Road Croydon, PA 19021-6960 (609) 915-9700 (215) 458-4181 w w US Testing Equipment, LTD 7201 NE 1 8th St., Suite A Vancouver, WA 98661 (888) 687-8378 w w A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 29 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Trace Consumables List Model M anufacture r Ite m De s cription Part Num ber Supplier Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Condenser Tube Kit w ith Gaskets DCK7658 DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Condenser Tube DCT6686 DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Hand Sw ab (200ct) DSW1210P DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Hand Sw ab (200ct) 500DT Manual or SD1201 ETD Dir ec t Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Hand Sw ab (200ct) Manual/DT Mic ros ilv er Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Printer Paper DPP8047 DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Printer Ribbon DPR4728 DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Sample Sw ab 500DT (200ct) Sw ab/DT Mic ros ilv er Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Sample Sw ab (200ct) TDT000500 DT US Testing Equipment, LTD Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Sample Sw ab, Nomex PS T-N101 Princeton Security Technologies Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Sample Sw ab, 500DT (200ct) DSW8055P DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Verif ication Pen, 500DT DVP1883 DSA Detection Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Verif ication Pen DTV-Pen or SD3203 ETD Dir ec t Ionscan 500DT Smiths Detection Veri-Tek Pen PS T VT-101 Princeton Security Technologies Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems 5 Micron Filter MP003244 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems 50ct Individually Wrapped Isopropyl Wipes MP075037 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Bumper Feet MP017022 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Calibration Traps (100ct), Multi-purpose CT1319P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Calibration Traps (100ct) MD-1965-100 ETD Dir ec t Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Calibration Traps (25ct), Multi-purpose CT1317P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Calibration Traps (Tef lon) 100ct M0001964-100 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Calibration Traps (Tef lon) 25ct M0001964-25 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Canned Air MP075003 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Chemical, Positive Dopant, Ammonia, Crystal, 5-Mo Lif e MP035087 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Clearing Spray M0001831 US Testing Equipment, LTD A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 30 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Model M anufacture r Ite m De s cription Part Num ber Supplier Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Clearing Spray MD1831 ETD Dir ec t Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Cotton Gloves (12/pack) MP075000 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Dopant, Explosives (1/Instrument) MP005810 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems E-Mode Dopant (Permeation Device) D5810 DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Fan Filter Guard MP007125 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Filter, Sintered 316 SS (w ith FW9556) MP003223 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Foam Filter MP003222 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Fuse, , Type T EP002500 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Fuse 15A, 32V, 3AG f or DC input EP002525 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Maintenance Kit PA005286 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Membrane Tool Probe Stick MP055226 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Narcotics, Long Lif e Dopant D5087 DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Nozzle Screen Kit, Itemiser DX PA005282 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems O-Ring, Size 11, KALREZ Compound 4079, Duro MP011191 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems O-Ring .176 ID MP011008 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems PTFE Tubing MP008043 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Sw abs (100ct) Multi/DX Mic ros ilv er Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Sw abs (100ct) TRA PDX Mic ros ilv er Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Sw abs (100ct) DX-Sw ab or MD1964 ETD Dir ec t Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Traps (100ct), Multi-purpose ST1318P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Traps (25ct), Multi-purpose ST1316P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Traps (Tef lon) 100ct M0001965-100 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Sample Traps (Tef lon) 25ct M0001965-25 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Saturated Sw abs MP075002 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Saturated Wipes MP075001 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Silas tic Tubing MP008047 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Spare Kit PA005254 US Testing Equipment, LTD A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 31 of 32 June 13, 2018 NON-SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORM ATION Model M anufacture r Ite m De s cription Part Num ber Supplier Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Thermal Printer Paper Roll PA005060 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Verif ication Traps (100ct) VT1336P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Verif ication Traps (100ct) MD-1966-100 ETD Dir ec t Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Verif ication Traps (25ct) VT1337P DSA Detection Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Verif ication Traps (Tef lon) 100ct M0001966-100 US Testing Equipment, LTD Itemiser DX Rapiscan Systems Verif ication Traps (Tef lon) 25ct M0001966-25 US Testing Equipment, LTD QS B220 L3 Security &Detection Systems Sample Sw abs (100ct) ST1269P DSA Detection QS B220 L3 Security & Detection Systems Pos itiv e V erif ic ation Tin SVP2603 DSA Detection QS B220 L3 Security & Detection Systems Calibration Trap CT1272 DSA Detection QS B220 L3 Security & Detection Systems Molecular Sieve Canister BSC1310 DSA Detection QS B220 L3 Security &Detection Systems Calibration Trap IS1272-25 ETD Dir ec t QS B220 L3 Security & Detection Systems Sample Trap ST1269 DSA Detection A ir Carg o Screen ing Technology List Version 10. 6 Page 32 of 32 June 13, 2018

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