MISSION DARKNESS T10 FARADAY BAG FOR COMPUTER TOWERS & EXTRA LARGE ELECTRONICS (GEN2)
The Mission Darkness T10 Faraday Bag completely blocks all wireless signals and keeps large electronic devices shielded to prevent hacking, tracking, spying, chain of custody corruption, as well as EMP destruction. When a device 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, defense against data theft, personal security, EMP/CME protection, EMF radiation reduction, and to enhance digital privacy.
When recovering computer towers at a crime scene, it may seem like pulling the power would keep the WiFi antenna and others offline. The problem is you don’t know what’s inside! If the computer carries an internal backup battery, a remote wipe kill switch, or other wireless objects like a cell phone, the data may be compromised or the investigator/operative can be remotely located. When time is of the essence it’s important to shield ALL devices that may have the potential to communicate wirelessly, and thoroughly investigate when time allows. Other accessories like keyboards, mouses, etc. can be placed inside of the bag as well.
The newly upgraded Gen 2 bag includes upgraded materials and MOLLE webbing on the front and back sides. The bag is built with a durable and water-resistant ballistic nylon outer material to ensure that devices and faraday fabric stay dry and protected. The interior includes three layers of high-shielding TitanRF Faraday Fabric on all sides with dual paired seam construction. This material has been lab tested and certified to shielding effectiveness standards MIL STD 188-125 and IEEE 299-2006. The bag will block all wireless signals including WiFi (2.4 & 5GHz), Bluetooth, cell signals including 5G networks, GPS, RFID, NFC, and radio signals with 90dB average attenuation from low MHz to 40GHz. Additional product features include a double roll with Velcro closure, unique serial number, transparent branding pocket, and heavy-duty reinforced strapping with a padded handle.
The bag is large enough to accommodate large electronics such as computer towers, portable power stations, compact generators and solar panels, drones, gaming systems, evidence with embedded trackers, and similar size items. Most faraday bags are simply too small, but the T10 offers ample room to fit even the largest of desktop setups, as well as accessories. It collapses and folds into a small size when not in use, allowing it to be packed in a briefcase or backpack.
MOLLE WEBBING ON FRONT & BACK
HUGE INTERIOR CAPACITY
- State, local, federal, military forensics
- Military grab-and-go missions
- Plain-clothes operator travel
- Federal search and seizure warrants
- Anti-hacking, anti-tracking, anti-spying assurance
- EMP and CME protection
- EMF radiation reduction
COMMONLY USED TO SHIELD
- Computer towers and accessories
- Gaming systems
- Multiple laptops and hand-held devices
- Portable power stations and batteries
- Radios and communication devices
- Evidence with embedded trackers
- Cable boxes
- Wireless-enabled smart home appliances
- Compact generators and solar panels
- Survival gear and power tools
- Extra large electronics
HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR SURVIVAL ELECTRONICS FROM AN ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE
The easiest way to protect important electronics and survival necessities from the potentially devastating effects of an EMP is by keeping them shielded inside a faraday bag or faraday cage. The high-shielding properties of a faraday enclosure direct damaging electromagnetic fields away from highly sensitive electrical components, thus protecting their working structure.
The T10 Faraday Bag is perfect for shielding compact generators, communication devices, and additional survival gear. The bag is often used as the basis of an EMP emergency kit or bug-out bag, alongside other supplies, allowing you to keep your important electronics safe and shielded in one place.
Quite nice, and good size for larger backpacks and smaller rolling duffels.Purchased these for EMP shielding purposes, hoping of course that I’ll never have to experience that. I purchased three bags. Although these are designed for tower servers and large electronics, I have my equipment stored normally in backpacks. I have a PacSafe Metrosafe LS450 25L backpack, a LAPACKER 15.6-17 inch Business Laptop Backpack, and even a smaller REI rolling duffel bag about the same dimensions. Each is fully loaded with equipment and related items. Each one fits perfectly inside a T10, with room left over: I can fit in an additional 17.3″ laptop in a sleeve and some smaller items in as well.These bags have carry handles and although the bags seem sturdy I would not want to try lifting this much weight in the bags using the carry handles: If I have to move these I’ll temporarily unload them. But the bags fold over and seal with really nice huge velcro segments, and in all other ways feel like they’re of high quality.And of course while I can’t speak to the EMP aspect of them (fortunately) I can tell you that in each backpack I have a Samsung SmartTag Plus… and they vanish from site the moment I seal the bags… even when the phone sits right on top of the outside of the bag. So from a peace of mind standpoint, which is really why I bought them, they’re perfect!
Matt W. –
Well built and must have for solar generator.Can confirm it fits a Bluetti AC200MAX. Very snug but does fit and leaves a bit of space on top for cables. This is a must have for anyone concerned about EMPs or solar flares. Prep or die.
Everyone has something special to protect. Mine is an awesome sewing machine.Everyone has something special to protect. Mine is an awesome sewing machine. This bag fit a sewing machine, embroidery loop mechanism and laptop, (with the associated gear). Very happy. Will be ordering another for the solar generator and panels to run my sewing machine. My retirement plan: Sewing!
Important to testGreat product. I would HIGHLY recommend testing the bag by using the Faraday test app, and/or sticking a phone/radio in it and sending a message. I tested it, and my initial tests all failed because I was not closing it correctly. I wish they had a video that pointed out some of the important things for closing it correctly. You fold it up like a paper lunch sack by making sure the sides are folded in, having the top touch evenly, and then rolling it down TIGHTLY twice so the Velcro will hold it.
Alberic Brooks –
Good product.Has lots of room for electronics
Talya Lerman –
Great for SHTFThis is a great SHTF product. All aspects of the bag are great. However, I wish the sides were stiffer. This bag is very slouchy so of you expect a bag with stiff sides, this may not fit the bill. Other than that, its perfect.
Robert Middleton Jr. –
Alarge bag for lots of thingsI bought this bag to hold a number of small electronic devices, including a couple of laptops, solar chargers, etc. It gives me the room I need to feel my components are well protected.
Temar Carter –
Best bag for protecting solar generatorsI got the T10 faraday bag to protect my solar generator from radio frequency threats such as EMPs, HEMPs, HERFs, lightning, solar flares, etc. When the bag is properly closed, the interior shielding space measures 20″ x 15.5″ x 11.5″ so there is plenty of room for my generator, portable solar panels, and radio. It seemed silly for me to have a solar generator and not a bag to protect it from disasters and electromagnetic fields. I feel more at ease now knowing I’m better prepared for all possible events/phenomena. I definitely recommend for anyone with electronic survival gear.
Faraday BagHaven’t been hit by the real test yet – EMP or Solar Flare. It doesn’t work it won’t matter. LoL
Larry M –
Bulky, heavyBag is hard to travel with