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        AL PRIORITY in action







       AL PRIORITY in action




               10-24-2013, 06:14 PM
               Radarrob


               AL PRIORITY in action


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyOBtxe4OX8


               11-08-2013, 11:14 PM
               thesilverbullet



               that what im talking about - where do i buy?  on second thought i would rather rent / least...


               11-08-2013, 11:18 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by thesilverbullet


                       that what im talking about - where do i buy?  on second thought i would rather rent / least...


Where are you located?


















        AL PRIORITY in action







       AL PRIORITY in action




















        AL PRIORITY in action







       AL PRIORITY in action




















        Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?







       Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?




               10-25-2013, 03:00 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?


               We tested it against several Laser Ally guns and we are happy to report that the Whistler CR90 that we tested did in fact alert to several of the Laser Ally guns.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BgqROdzi70


               10-28-2013, 01:56 PM
               Veil Guy



               Whistler has historically been good at detecting a wide range of lidar units--especially some of the more exotic foreign types--as the international marketplace has been targeted by them.  The challenge for these units is the ever increasing appearance of lidar based automotive lane departure and adaptive cruise control devices.  Mike, I know, though, is working hard to keep track of them and filtering them out of the box.  In the meantime, Whistler is unique in allowing the specific lockout of specific pulse rates as well as selective turning off of varying pulse rate ranges as well.

VG


               10-28-2013, 05:43 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               So far Whistlers new series is the only radar detector that alerted to all versions of the Laser Ally that we had available,  Even the Escort Redline is silent to a few of them.  Also like how it can shows the different pulse rates.


               10-29-2013, 06:15 PM
               kasher1979



               Seems whistler has some top notch performers.  I do not own any whistlers yet I have heard great things about them for the money.  Isnt it whistler that has the cheapest detector that performs comparable with the big dogs?   I dont remember the model #.


               10-29-2013, 06:48 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       Seems whistler has some top notch performers.  I do not own any whistlers yet I have heard great things about them for the money.  Isnt it whistler that has the cheapest detector that performs comparable with the big dogs?   I dont remember the model #.


The Whistler CR-90 radar detector is our choice for the best radar detector under $200.


               11-06-2013, 01:06 PM
               orlee



               Hi there,

I purchased few months ago a XTR695SE from ebay, about 160$. I programmed it to fit Israel ie no X,K bands. It performs fantastic, provide ample time alert ahead of bee and LTI-2020 who are in use here. The most outstanding feature is almost zero false alerts when the useless X and K bands are deselected. I have Valentine alerts passing under the toll gates in payed highways and other occasional false alarms. With Whistler - NONE. It is permanently mounted over my front mirror, and occasionaly allow better detection from laser when hit a car in front of me. One funny behaviour I do had with my older car is Laser alert when I washed the front windows under very sunny day. It provide pulse rate that are out of range anyway

With my new car the washer is built with the wiper (Jaguar S-type) so no more false alerts at all.


               11-08-2013, 08:12 AM
               Radarrob



               Does it alert to Dala Compact?


               11-08-2013, 09:13 AM
               admin



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Does it alert to Dala Compact?


Yes, It does.


               11-30-2013, 12:33 AM
               dragons



               I'm also wondering how this detector fares against Spectre's.


               12-05-2013, 07:29 PM
               dragons



               Anyone have any idea about spectre's with this detector?


               12-05-2013, 09:35 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dragons


                       Anyone have any idea about spectre's with this detector?


I don't have a Spectre but in the past the previous models leaked quite a bit.

Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk


               01-07-2014, 12:24 PM
               max



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I don't have a Spectre but in the past the previous models leaked quite a bit.

Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk


If you need spectre for the next test I would love to help...


               01-07-2014, 12:28 PM
               max



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by orlee


                       Hi there,

I purchased few months ago a XTR695SE from ebay, about 160$. I programmed it to fit Israel ie no X,K bands. It performs fantastic, provide ample time alert ahead of bee and LTI-2020 who are in use here. The most outstanding feature is almost zero false alerts when the useless X and K bands are deselected. I have Valentine alerts passing under the toll gates in payed highways and other occasional false alarms. With Whistler - NONE. It is permanently mounted over my front mirror, and occasionaly allow better detection from laser when hit a car in front of me. One funny behaviour I do had with my older car is Laser alert when I washed the front windows under very sunny day. It provide pulse rate that are out of range anyway

With my new car the washer is built with the wiper (Jaguar S-type) so no more false alerts at all.


Shalom Orlee The v1 is much better in 6F multanova moving photoradar that you have in Israel, and for detecting the BEE3 (the DVORA) In order to have lidar(laser) protection you need a laser jammer, and in Israel the only model the police use now is the LTI LRB...


               01-07-2014, 03:51 PM
               dinkydi



               as max above say's, laser jammer,s are thee only defence, even though you have picked up the alert for laser on ur rd you are all ready owned


















        Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?







       Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?




















        Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?







       Does the Whistler alert to the Laser Ally?




















        Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!







       Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!




               10-25-2013, 07:03 PM
               admin


               Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvYxXBMqEOM


















        Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!







       Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!




















        Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!







       Watch out for this these Mobile moving cameras!




















        AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)







       AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)




               10-25-2013, 07:09 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)


               Please note as of 9/30 there is a new firmware update with several improvements.

07/01/13 - New ALP's shipped with Firmware Version 4.1.3 09/30/13 - New Release to version 4.2.2 (Details Below) 12/06/13 - New Release to version 4.3.1 (Details Below)

Details of the 4.2.2 update: (09/30/13)

- General Laser gun filters improved - Vitronic Poliscan Speed - improved detection, reduced falsing - Unicam Camea – improved detection, reduced falsing - Kustom Prolaser2 – improved blocking - LTI Truspeed – improved blocking, reduced falsing - LaserAtlanta SpeedLaser – improved blocking - DragonEye Laser Ally – added support - Leivtec XV2 – added support - Mute/Relay wire – improved reaction of Mute signal to alerts - USB Read/Write operations – optimized, increased speed, solved freeze/crash bugs

Release 4.3.1/4.5 (December 7,2013)

1. Ultralyte 100 improved blocking, reduced falsing. 2. Improved Self-test mechanism. 3. Region specific performance adjusted. New default values for Australian and African units. 4. USB Theft & Privacy key locks improved, key files named after SN of ALP unit. 5. Added support for Radar detector antennas, type 975/STiR. 6. Added Radar Recorder mode, type STiR only. 7. Added BlueTooth support, connection to ALPConnect app. PDC, Laser, Radar (with frequency) alerts. Compatible ALPConnect app is version 1.0.2 uploaded to iTunes in December 2013. Expected availability in iTunes: December 10th 2013. 8. Improved Dark mode. 9. Erase All Memory – Self-destruct option added. 10. Added Car stereo Mute on Radar Alerts“ option.


               11-10-2013, 02:59 PM
               hitechrr



               I see from my setup file that I was hit 3 times by the vitronic poliscan on the south bound side of I95 in Maryland. I also got hit on the north bound I95 in Virginia by the Kustom ProLaser & Prolite after he hit me with KA. My bel magnum saved me. Can't wait to do the Radar mod to the AL. I would recommend the AL Priority to Every one.


               11-21-2013, 01:05 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by hitechrr


                       I see from my setup file that I was hit 3 times by the vitronic poliscan on the south bound side of I95 in Maryland. I also got hit on the north bound I95 in Virginia by the Kustom ProLaser & Prolite after he hit me with KA. My bel magnum saved me. Can't wait to do the Radar mod to the AL. I would recommend the AL Priority to Every one.


It will only keep getting better with steady improvements. Radar Module is almost ready to be released.


               11-30-2013, 07:25 PM
               winterbrew



               Looks like an update for the control set is out ;

http://www.alpupdate.com/firmware


       Quote:


                       Control Set update

Please download here to update your Control Set.

Control Set update is required for AL Priority systems equipped with basic Control Set (no voice output) running firmware version 4.2.3 or later.

NOTE: This file must be named UCSET.bin for ALP system to recognize it.




               11-30-2013, 08:09 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Looks like an update for the control set is out ;

http://www.alpupdate.com/firmware


There are 2 updates for the next update and it will be done in two stages.

Stage 1 - Your Control Modules Needs Updating Stage 2 will follow shortly after with the CPU firmware update.

To get your unit ready for the next firmware update you first need to update the Control Module (UCSET.bin) - For this update to take place the unit needs to be turned off and while powered off you need to insert the USB memory card. Once powered on this update will install. The Control Module update is not serial number specific.


               11-30-2013, 08:15 PM
               RigToFly01



               What does the update do to the control module?


               11-30-2013, 08:15 PM
               winterbrew



               Thanks Tom - I don't think the referenced 4.2.3 is active yet, as the text hasn't been updated.

I re-downloaded the firmware file again, and it has the same file hash as 4.2.2 that I previouly downloaded. Do we have to wait to upgrade to 4.2.3 first, before applying the control set update ?


               11-30-2013, 08:22 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Thanks Tom - I don't think the referenced 4.2.3 is active yet, as the text hasn't been updated.

I re-downloaded the firmware file again, and it has the same file hash as 4.2.2 that I previouly downloaded. Do we have to wait to upgrade to 4.2.3 first, before applying the control set update ?



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       What does the update do to the control module?


The next firmware update will require updated sounds for the control module (Especially Radar Alerts) so you need to update the controller prior to the next firmware update or many sounds would be missing from the Control Module. There is no need to update the Controller firmware until they release the next firmware update.

The process is slightly different then firmware updates in that the control module update is not tied to your serial number like the actual firmware updates. The unit also needs to be off prior to inserting the USB memory card. Normal Firmware updates will automatically install if inserted when the unit is powered on.


               12-05-2013, 11:26 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               New Firmware will be available tomorrow. Please also remember to update BOTH the Control Module Firmware as well as the current CPU firmware. You will need to update both for the new firmware to operate properly.


               12-06-2013, 11:37 AM
               RigToFly01



               How do I know if the update to the handset took place?

Sorry. I meant the Control Module.

I downloaded it today and put it on the key. Plugged the key in while the ALP was powered down. Powered it on and it seemed like a normal power up sequence. Does it gave a color or a beep is my question.


               12-06-2013, 11:47 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       How do I know if the update to the handset took place?


Not sure what you mean your handset? AL Priority updates are received through the ALP Update website: http://www.alpriorityupdate.com/


               12-06-2013, 05:18 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       New Firmware will be available tomorrow. Please also remember to update BOTH the Control Module Firmware as well as the current CPU firmware. You will need to update both for the new firmware to operate properly.


As promised the new Firmware has been loaded on the AL Priority Update site. Description and notes will be updated tomorrow but if you download a new file it will be the new firmware:

Verified by my statistics file:

Serial number XXXXXXX Firmware version 4.3.1


               12-06-2013, 07:18 PM
               RigToFly01



               Firmware version        4.3.1

Region North America Power Cycles 62 Control Set FW version 2.7 Control Set HW version 1

2.7 is current for the Control Set?


               12-06-2013, 09:06 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Firmware version        4.3.1

Region North America Power Cycles 62 Control Set FW version 2.7 Control Set HW version 1

2.7 is current for the Control Set?


Yes, You have the latest of both and you are good to go.


               12-07-2013, 03:03 PM
               RigToFly01



               Release 4.3.1/4.5 (December 7,2013) 

1. Ultralyte 100 improved blocking, reduced falsing. 2. Improved Self-test mechanism. 3. Region specific performance adjusted. New default values for Australian and African units. 4. USB Theft & Privacy key locks improved, key files named after SN of ALP unit. 5. Added support for Radar detector antennas, type 975/STiR. 6. Added Radar Recorder mode, type STiR only. 7. Added BlueTooth support, connection to ALPConnect app. PDC, Laser, Radar (with frequency) alerts. Compatible ALPConnect app is version 1.0.2 uploaded to iTunes in December 2013. Expected availability in iTunes: December 10th 2013. 8. Improved Dark mode. 9. Erase All Memory – Self-destruct option added. 10. Added „Car stereo Mute on Radar Alerts“ option.



               12-07-2013, 03:39 PM
               L&R



               6.Added Radar Recorder mode, type STiR only.

Wow you can record radar frequencies threads and send it to AntiLaser to add in; Or something else;


               12-07-2013, 04:06 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by L&R


                       6.Added Radar Recorder mode, type STiR only.

Wow you can record radar frequencies threads and send it to AntiLaser to add in; Or something else;


Recording mode is for logging received alerts on the connected STiR antenna. It will keep a history of all your radar encounters. Its not a recording option for sending info over to AL, Its really for your own use.

Advanced Self erase function activated by holding the menu button for 15 seconds + additional 3x presses on Menu button. Erases all FW memory except the basic PDC Firmware. After Erase unit does ONLY PDC until the Firmware is updated via USB stick with Firmware update file.


               12-07-2013, 06:33 PM
               RigToFly01



               It was asked somewhere else as well.  What was improved in Dark mode? I have not noticed anything on boot up.


               12-07-2013, 06:42 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       It was asked somewhere else as well.  What was improved in Dark mode? I have not noticed anything on boot up.


This question was not asked here or it would have already been answered. In the regions we discuss on this board there is no big change. The only thing anyone here would notice in our common regions is the amount of blinks after setting changes and alerts. In other regions when in dark mode the volume is automatically increased to a higher level then default. (Not effected in our regions)


               12-07-2013, 07:02 PM
               RigToFly01



               When I said somewhere else I meant another forum.  You know the agro forum.  =)


               12-07-2013, 07:08 PM
               GeekSpeak411



               cool, installed, updated, ready to test!


















        AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)







       AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)




















        AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)







       AL Priority Firmware Update History (Running History)




















        tape does not block the reception of IR







       tape does not block the reception of IR




               10-26-2013, 08:24 AM
               Radarrob


               tape does not block the reception of IR


               this video shows how masking tape and other tapes do and do not block the reception of IR by a Laser Interceptor 8.9 heads, especially when the tape is only on the front of the LI head.  


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBYVOYfJy_0


               11-28-2013, 07:59 AM
               shanetrainST



               Wonder how much it would decrease jamming preformence. Interesting video :)


               11-28-2013, 08:57 AM
               RedRocket



               Masking tape being partially translucent would exhibit similar properties as "frosted glass",such that attenuation & diffusion would be occurring thus reducing effect range.


               11-28-2013, 09:40 PM
               Yellowcab



               Jamming ability has to do with:

1. Sensitivity of the jammer head to see the incoming LIDAR beam. Can't see it can't jam it. 2. The jammer must have the proper algorithm to confuse the LIDAR gun 3. The jammer head must be able to produce 905nm light that is able to be seen by the LIDAR gun.

In a test that compared the Laser Interceptor with the AntiLaser Priority, the vehicle that was being used for testing was equipped with an existing Laser Interceptor that was not uninstalled for the comparison. The existing LI heads were covered in the front with masking tape. With assuming that both the LI and AL priority have algorithms that are the equal in effectiveness and with transmission abilities that are equal, if the extra set of LI heads covered with masking tape if plugged into the CPU with the LI heads being used for testing would give LI an unfair advantage due to having two more points of additional laser reception.


















        tape does not block the reception of IR







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        tape does not block the reception of IR







       tape does not block the reception of IR




















        Escort 8500 x50 black vs NJSP stalker 34.7 freq







       Escort 8500 x50 black vs NJSP stalker 34.7 freq




               10-26-2013, 08:30 AM
               Radarrob


               Escort 8500 x50 black vs NJSP stalker 34.7 freq


               I was driving on the NJTP and picked up my first long range ka hit with my x50 black radardetector.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wJwSQtwMtM


               11-09-2013, 07:07 AM
               KaPro



               Good range!


















        Escort 8500 x50 black vs NJSP stalker 34.7 freq







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        Escort 8500 x50 black vs NJSP stalker 34.7 freq







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        8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police







       8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police




               10-26-2013, 08:35 AM
               Radarrob


               8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police


               I was on my way to do a install down in MD and got shot by a PL4.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTVejlzQCjI


















        8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police







       8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police




















        8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police







       8500 x50 black detecting PL4 by MD state police




















        9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB







       9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB




               10-26-2013, 08:41 AM
               Radarrob


               9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB


               9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0JP67cIRb4


               11-09-2013, 07:02 AM
               KaPro



               That location looks familiar.... ;)


               11-17-2013, 12:33 PM
               RedRocket



               Getting "owned" is never easy to accept, no matter whether friend or foe !


















        9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB







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        9500ci with Zr4 shifters vs Ultralyte LRB







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        Conforming Products List - IACP list of radar and laser guns







       Conforming Products List - IACP list of radar and laser guns




               10-26-2013, 09:27 AM
               Radarrob


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               Conforming Products List - IACP list of radar and laser guns


               This thread will be updated by me when something new comes out.

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        Conforming Products List - IACP list of radar and laser guns







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        Conforming Products List - IACP list of radar and laser guns







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        Hi I am Yellowcab







       Hi I am Yellowcab




               10-23-2013, 06:11 PM
               Yellowcab


               Hi I am Yellowcab


               Hi, I am Yellowcab.   Some of you may have heard of me.  I am looking forward to having some great discussions about radar detectors, laser jammers and other countermeasure equipment.


               10-23-2013, 07:29 PM
               Radarrob



               Welcome to the forum.


               11-05-2013, 05:53 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi YC & Welome to the Forum.


               11-05-2013, 09:47 PM
               mirage



               What's up PTC!  Shouldn't that be Rob's line?


               11-06-2013, 08:31 PM
               ttNB



               What's up yellow cab, welcome to the forum.


















        Hi I am Yellowcab







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        Hi I am Yellowcab







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        Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY







       Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY




               10-26-2013, 09:49 AM
               Radarrob


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               Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY


               Saw these red light cameras installed and got some pictures of them.

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               11-06-2013, 09:34 AM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Saw these red light cameras installed and got some pictures of them.

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Where in Yonkers are these, Rob? I grew up on North Broadway back in the early-late 1970's before my family moved.


















        Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY







       Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY




















        Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY







       Saw these newly installed in Yonkers,NY




















        Howdy from the Veil Guy







       Howdy from the Veil Guy




               10-28-2013, 01:44 PM
               Veil Guy


               Howdy from the Veil Guy


               Hey gents!

Look forward to meeting up with you guys at your next test venue! Good luck with the forum!

VG


               10-28-2013, 05:39 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome.. Bob

Great to see you here. If you need help testing your next generation product I will be happy to help.


               10-28-2013, 08:53 PM
               Yellowcab



               Bob,

Welcome to the forum. I hope you will be available to attend our next testing session. I just received some new equipment that will aid us in documenting our testing.

-YC


               11-01-2013, 02:03 PM
               Veil Guy



               Look forward to it!

VG


               11-05-2013, 05:50 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi VG, & Welcome to the Forum.


               11-06-2013, 08:26 PM
               ttNB



               What's up VG.


               11-08-2013, 11:10 PM
               thesilverbullet



               howdy - well the board is official now...  lol

when u going to hook us up with a cr90 vs RL / Max rx65 Ka test.


















        Howdy from the Veil Guy







       Howdy from the Veil Guy




















        Howdy from the Veil Guy







       Howdy from the Veil Guy




















        Support for Veil Users







       Support for Veil Users




               10-28-2013, 01:47 PM
               Veil Guy


               Support for Veil Users


               Pleased to offer support for another dynamic forum!

I'll be happy to field any questions relating to Veil protection.

Safe motoring! :)

Veil Guy


               10-28-2013, 05:34 PM
               admin



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Veil Guy


                       Pleased to offer support for another dynamic forum!

I'll be happy to field any questions relating to Veil protection.

Safe motoring! :)

Veil Guy


Great to have you here VeilGuy, Looking forward to the next generation on Laser VEIL.


















        Support for Veil Users







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        Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.







       Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.




               10-28-2013, 01:50 PM
               Veil Guy


               Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.


               I've heard nothing but good things about this new product.  I am most interested to see how the pairing of the ALP and Veil do together.  I fully hope that any or all of the PTs you folks observed--during your Raletc Jammerfest 2013 with the ALP (and other models too!)--can be completely eliminated with a little help of our passive countermeasure, Veil.

It's nice to see some new blood on the scene in the ACM market! :)

VG


               10-28-2013, 05:45 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               The AL Priority so far has been very impressive and I look forward to you getting one and doing one of your detailed reviews on it.


               11-05-2013, 09:55 PM
               Yellowcab



               Bob, I am up for testing.


               11-05-2013, 10:00 PM
               mirage



               I'm jealous I want to do some testing.


               11-05-2013, 10:15 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Bob, I am up for testing.


When I get the Bluetooth modules we are going to get a setup installed in his vehicle for testing and a write up.


               11-05-2013, 10:23 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       I'm jealous I want to do some testing.



There are plenty of people around you to test with. Or just move east.


               11-06-2013, 06:58 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Or just move east.


HA yeah that will happen... I'm going to have to get some new hardware before any testing happens. I've tested everything else...


               11-06-2013, 07:58 AM
               RedRocket



               ^ Or just buy a plane ticket & visit the East for a test.


               11-06-2013, 09:05 AM
               mirage



               New hardware ordered. Time to test!  Where's Won?


               11-06-2013, 09:23 PM
               Won Hunglo



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       New hardware ordered. Time to test!  Where's Won?


Ready to do some testing. I have had more lidar hits in the last 2 weeks than the last 4 years.


               11-06-2013, 11:40 PM
               Radarrob



               Punch Threw Tour!


















        Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.







       Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.




















        Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.







       Looking forward to driving with the new AL Priority.




















        Cobra SPX 7800BT Predictions







       Cobra SPX 7800BT Predictions




               10-29-2013, 01:24 PM
               kasher1979


               Cobra SPX 7800BT Predictions


               Wondering what everyone predicts will be good, bad, and ugly about this new release.


               10-29-2013, 01:46 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               From my initial impressions its technically a good design and so far the only radar detector with built in display and built in Bluetooth for smartphone connection with no need to be tied to a specific platform. (Android or Apple)  Escort should really learn from this because its very frustrating with having to tie customers to one platform or another like they do with their smart radar product.

I look forward to getting one and testing it soon. Hopefully Cobra stepped up their game because there is a large market in the $200 to $300 radar detector market and its packed with features so add some good performance it could be a nice little detector. Time will tell.


               10-29-2013, 06:12 PM
               kasher1979



               Looking forward to getting one and trying it out as well.  I sure hope bestradardetectors can get some soon.  Hope Cobra gets their heart right..


















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        Comparison of the new Beltronics PRO 100, 200, 300 & 500 Series







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               10-30-2013, 09:36 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Comparison of the new Beltronics PRO 100, 200, 300 & 500 Series


               First I must start by saying that I much prefer the old package on the RX65's and GX65's verse the new packaging on the new Pro Series. They have gone back to the 6x, 8x, & 10x (Range vs. others in its class)

PRO 100 - 6x the range of others in its class PRO 200 - 6x the range of others in its class PRO 300 & PRO 500 - 10x the range of others in its class

What exactly (In its class) is beyond me but as you get to the higher end models its clear they are saying sensitivity increases. <a /attachment.php?s=6f7fd5eb3ddeeae8f78bb73e91295aa3&attachmentid=83" title="Name: Views: Size: ">Attachment 83

I have unpacked the Beltronics PRO-300 for an example and this is what I noticed:

1. There is no user manual. Strange but they only include a quick reference card and a link to the Beltronics website if you want to download a manual. 2. The Smart Coiled cord was replaced with the newer Combo Smart Cord (Half Straight & Half Coiled) 3. There is no more support for KU Band. 4. The is still KA Band USA or International Mode 5. They no longer include a carrying case

I like the new rubberized black finish on the new models:

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And you can see they did change the bubble lens which was on the GX65 and other newer models:

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Here is the new Comparison Chart that Beltronics put out with the differences:

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In most of my testing the PRO-300 & PRO-500 performed very equal but the Beltronics PRO-500 adds the internal GPS for false alert lockouts and the ability to warn of upcoming cameras. Escort Live is not compatible with the PRO 100 & 200, If you want Escort Live you will want to go with the minimum of the PRO-300.


               11-01-2013, 11:25 AM
               Antilaser



               Very nice article, I was wondering the same things about new Beltronics nomenclature. Thanks for clearing it up.

Denis


















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        Hello from WNY!







       Hello from WNY!




               10-30-2013, 09:54 AM
               Qui-Gon


               Hello from WNY!


               Whassup everyone?  Looking forward to some more good conversations here!


               10-30-2013, 10:57 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome, Glad to see a familiar name.


               10-30-2013, 01:19 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum!!!  I am glad you found us. Looking forward to seeing your great videos and posts here.


               10-31-2013, 08:22 AM
               Radarrob



               Welcome to the forum.Looking forward to see how you make out with your testing results soon.After testing your jammers post results up on here.


               11-01-2013, 02:03 PM
               Veil Guy



               Good to see you here, Vic!

VG


               11-05-2013, 05:52 PM
               RedRocket



               Hey Q-G,great to see another familiar face & Welcome to the Forum.


               11-05-2013, 06:10 PM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Hey Q-G,great to see another familiar face & Welcome to the Forum.


Thank you. Looking forward to our little shootout this weekend!


               11-05-2013, 06:35 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Qui-Gon


                       Thank you.  Looking forward to our little shootout this weekend!


What are you testing this weekend?


               11-05-2013, 09:43 PM
               mirage



               Welcome Qui-Gon nice to see a familiar name.


               11-05-2013, 10:04 PM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       What are you testing this weekend?


CM wise? LI Quad (8.8 in front, 8.9 in rear) with the latest firmware (8.14).

Weapons? I will let RedRocket address that if he wishes to.


               11-05-2013, 10:05 PM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Welcome Qui-Gon nice to see a familiar name.


Thank you! Right back at ya!


               11-05-2013, 10:26 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Qui-Gon


                       CM wise?  LI Quad (8.8 in front, 8.9 in rear) with the latest firmware (8.14).

Weapons? I will let RedRocket address that if he wishes to.



I know, but I am not telling. ;). ((|))


               11-06-2013, 07:01 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Qui-Gon


                       Weapons?


A 904nm light saber? :D


               11-06-2013, 07:50 AM
               RedRocket



               ^-Damn,you're good !

With you, the Force must be. ;)


               11-06-2013, 08:18 AM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       A 904nm light saber?  :D


Strong am I with the Force, but not nearly strong enough to pull that one off! :P


               11-06-2013, 08:19 AM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       ^-Damn,you're good !

With you, the Force must be. ;)


A great Jedi will he become, RedRocket. ;)


               11-06-2013, 08:27 PM
               ttNB



               West NY, NJ..?


               11-06-2013, 08:54 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by ttNB


                       West NY, NJ..?


WNY ! Wanna attend ?


               11-06-2013, 11:44 PM
               Radarrob



               Sucks I can't go.


               11-06-2013, 11:48 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Sucks I can't go.


Agree,but... (I still need MY AL-P tested,Bud !)


               11-08-2013, 09:24 PM
               KaPro



               I feel strange saying welcome aboard as you were here before me, but welcome aboard! Good to see more and more familiar faces (ok, names) here!


















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               10-30-2013, 05:18 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Best Radar Detectos is giving away a $300 gift certificate


               To help get this forum started Best Radar Detectors will be giving away a $300 Gift Certificate on Black Friday to a random active member on the site.  

How do you become an active member? That's easy just participate in the discussions and you are automatically entered.


               10-30-2013, 07:30 PM
               Qui-Gon



               Thank you for this!  I could sure use some new toys... ;)


               11-05-2013, 07:05 AM
               ettempleton



               I could use a second Radar Detector! LOL


               11-05-2013, 07:35 PM
               laxman



               Hmmm hifi module here I come.


               11-05-2013, 09:33 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       To help get this forum started Best Radar Detectors will be giving away a $300 Gift Certificate on Black Friday to firemedic a  active member on the site.  

How do you become an active member? That's easy just participate in the discussions and you are automatically entered.


I see a ALP I'm my future. Thanks BRD. FM


               11-06-2013, 02:38 PM
               Holla



               $300 would do well to offset a 5-Header system haha


               11-08-2013, 09:05 PM
               dinkydi



               ALP up grade here i come :D


               11-08-2013, 09:31 PM
               laxman



               If somehow I win, I'll grab hi fi modules, keep one give rest to forum members

Sent from my unknown using Tapatalk


               11-08-2013, 09:53 PM
               Holla



               Have I won Yet :)


               11-08-2013, 10:31 PM
               thesilverbullet



               yes - we have a winner!  j/k


               11-09-2013, 06:51 AM
               KaPro



               I need an update to my CM's, for sure.


               11-16-2013, 03:49 PM
               GotWake



               Perfect time for me to get some for the truck.


               11-18-2013, 07:55 PM
               dinkydi



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       Have I won Yet :)


ya picked a winner joining :D


               11-18-2013, 09:08 PM
               GIG4FUN



               When  I win, I will spend it and then some!  I'm getting parking sensors first thing!


                                      • my sig *******************
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               11-20-2013, 10:04 AM
               MrUnknown



               yeah, great idea.

I know if I got it, it would go right back to BRD anyway. Need my CM fix. lol.


               11-20-2013, 01:39 PM
               JohnBoy



               That is the perfect excuse for me to use on my wife for purchasing the Stir head for my ALPs.  "But Honey, I HAD to spend the money.  Otherwise I would have missed out on $300 prize!"


               11-20-2013, 02:38 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by JohnBoy


                       That is the perfect excuse for me to use on my wife for purchasing the Stir head for my ALPs.  "But Honey, I HAD to spend the money.  Otherwise I would have missed out on $300 prize!"


You just don't tell her! :boink:


               11-20-2013, 10:24 PM
               GotWake



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       You just don't tell her! :boink:


It's kind of like buying firearms........ I've had that rifle for years, I just never shoot it.....


               11-21-2013, 12:34 AM
               hammerdown



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by GotWake


                       It's kind of like buying firearms........ I've had that rifle for years, I just never shoot it.....


as often as you buy guns, its amazing that line works on your wife every other week... :p


               11-21-2013, 06:39 PM
               TurboDriver



               Don't tell my woman, she will want it for herself.  My X-mas list includes the ALP with the Sti-R antenna.    OOOOhhhhhhh ya!


               11-22-2013, 02:14 PM
               weeth



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by TurboDriver


                       Don't tell my woman, she will want it for herself.  My X-mas list includes the ALP with the Sti-R antenna.    OOOOhhhhhhh ya!


how does this work? does the antenna plug directly into the alp cpu?


               11-22-2013, 02:17 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by weeth


                       how does this work? does the antenna plug directly into the alp cpu?


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You need the Radar Module:

http://radarandlaserforum.com/showth...Module-Photo-s


               11-22-2013, 04:00 PM
               lugnuts



               sweet, there are some things I want/need to add to the ride in the next year.


               11-29-2013, 09:46 AM
               RedRocket



               Today's the day...GL to ALL !


               11-29-2013, 10:18 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Today's the day...GL to ALL !


Wont be until late tonight. I have too much going on until later tonight.


               11-29-2013, 12:40 PM
               RigToFly01



               $300 would be nice to spend on Toys!


               11-29-2013, 12:46 PM
               Holla



               I won :))  I hope


               11-30-2013, 08:29 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               I added everyone that was active and had posts on the forum to the RandomPicker.com website.  We had 46 entries and the winner will be chosen Randomly from them and viewable at the link below:  For Each post you had an additional Entry so if you had 5 posts on the forum you were entered 5 times, Etc.

http://www.randompicker.com/Project/...ey=56263x25310


               11-30-2013, 10:37 AM
               mirage



               Whoa I won!  I didn't expect that!


               11-30-2013, 11:06 AM
               GotWake



               Congratulation!


               11-30-2013, 11:50 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Whoa I won!  I didn't expect that!


Congrats... Glad I used a 3rd party to pick the random winner so no one can say it was rigged. Everyone can check their usernames on the Random Picker website and see that they were all entered with their number of posts entered. We will probably come out with another promotion in January to kick off the new year.


               11-30-2013, 11:54 AM
               mirage



               Now I can complete my AL setup.  I unloaded 2 LI units this week and now I'm just waiting on the Bluetooth module to come in.  ALP quint here I come!


               11-30-2013, 12:00 PM
               JohnBoy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Now I can complete my AL setup.  I unloaded 2 LI units this week and now I'm just waiting on the Bluetooth module to come in.  ALP quint here I come!


Congrats!!


               11-30-2013, 12:46 PM
               RigToFly01



               Congrats! I too am waiting on the bluetooth module. My 2 rear sensors should be here early this week.  I am going to try ans install them on Thursday, Saturday the latest.


               11-30-2013, 04:01 PM
               dinkydi



               congrats  mirage


               11-30-2013, 05:07 PM
               busta



               Congrates mirage and thanks BRD for ponying up the prize


               11-30-2013, 06:43 PM
               Won Hunglo



               Congrats Mirage!


               12-01-2013, 03:31 AM
               shanetrainST



               Lucky mirage, congrats mate.


               12-01-2013, 07:06 AM
               RedRocket



               You lucky son-of-a-bitc...er,ah...gun!

Congrats,Bud. :joyous:


               12-02-2013, 12:38 PM
               Salty



               Woot woot! Congrats mirage! That's a sweet early Xmas gift! Thanks to BRD for the generous gift!




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               12-02-2013, 02:34 PM
               Tman



               Congrats Mirage ...Santa BRD is generous :encouragement:


               12-02-2013, 06:24 PM
               Firemedic



               That's great Mirage you earned it as well.


               12-02-2013, 07:57 PM
               winterbrew



               Well done Mirage :)




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               10-30-2013, 05:43 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Understand the BS/RDR Options on the updated Redline's


               With the enhanced RDR/BS option you can now have advanced Band Segmentation once only available on the much higher priced Beltronics Sti-R Plus. BS (Band Segmentation) allows users to select certain frequency ranges within the KA band to turn on or off. Removing certain bands from the scan that you know are not used in your area allows the Redline to scan KA Band much faster.

RDR (Radar Detector Rejection) option with the new Expert Firmware was not an option you could turn off in previous editions. This option allows the detectors to eliminate False alerts caused from nearby radar detectors in other vehicles. While this works great to eliminate false alerts it causes the detector to pause (Only for Milliseconds) while it determines if the alert is a false or a real threat. The problem is I/O and POP Radar are very fast and having this option on could cause the Redline to not alert to one of these real threats.

Using RDR & BS at the same time almost turbo charges the response time of the Redline while not adding many additional false alerts. Since you eliminate segments of the non real police frequencies you can eliminate many of these false alerts and you can use the RDR Off function to dramatically increase the response time of the detector.

Here are the Ka segments of the Redline and enabling only Ka2, Ka5 & Ka8 and turning the rest off will cover over 99.9% all the guns used in the US.

Ka1 = 33.392 - 33.704 Ka2 = 33.704 - 33.896 MPH 33.8 Ka Ka3 = 33.886 - 34.198 Ka4 = 34.184 - 34.592 Ka5 = 34.592 - 34.808 Stalker 34.7 Ka Ka6 = 34.806 - 35.166 Ka7 = 35.143 - 35.383 Ka8 = 35.378 - 35.618 Kustom / Decatur 35.5 ka Ka9 = 35.595 - 35.835 Ka10 = 35.830 - 35.998

For more information and testing showing the benefits you can view Nine C1's video on Escort's forum:

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        Rear alert on the Ranger from MPH Industries







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               10-31-2013, 08:35 AM
               Radarrob


               Rear alert on the Ranger from MPH Industries




               11-05-2013, 07:23 AM
               ettempleton



               I don't really understand what it is alerting to... impending collision?


               11-05-2013, 11:40 PM
               RedRocket



               Most likely I would guess, also.


               11-06-2013, 07:07 AM
               mirage



               impending collision I would assume as well.  That is actually pretty cool because I've seen too many videos of people getting hit.  (Not just LEO's).  

However, I'm not sure I would have run between the cars in the event of a collision!! :confused: Of course I doubt that guy could have gone Dukes of Hazzard over the hood...


               11-06-2013, 07:53 AM
               RedRocket



               Definitely,...you would want to avoid the "crush zone" in between the vehicles if there were a rear impact to the LEO's cruiser.


















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        Raletc jammerfest 2013 featuring the al priority







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               10-23-2013, 06:36 PM
               Yellowcab


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               Raletc jammerfest 2013 featuring the al priority


               The laser jammer industry is very small when compared to the radar detector industry.   In the radar detector industry it is rare to see an all new quality radar detector introduced.  In the laser jammer industry, the introduction of an all new quality laser jammer is even more rare.  We have been fortunate with the introduction of the Laser Interceptor in 2007, then four years later in 2011 Blinder introduced the HP-905 Compact.  This year AntiLaser introduced the AntiLaser Priority, an all new laser diode parking sensor that can be used as an very effective laser jammer.   

On Sunday, September 8, 2013,RedRocket, RadarRob and Yellowcab gathered to test and compare the Laser Interceptor , Blinder HP-905 Compact and the new AL Priority (AntiLaser Priority).

COMPARISON OF JAMMER SPECIFICATIONS:

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THE TEST COURSE:

With RadarRob’s and Yellowcab’s experience testing laser jammers, we have learned that when installed properly all quality dual head laser jammers, punch throughs will occur in less than 1000 feet from the LIDAR gun. We have been spoiled by the quality and performance of today’s laser jammers. Any quality dual system properly installed that is not able to jam a LIDAR gun at 1000 plus feet cannot jam that LIDAR. In these circumstances we generally observe an instant punch through.

The course is approximately 1000 feet in length. The shooter, RadarRob “The Punch Through Master”, was positioned about 40 feet to the left of the driver’s side of the test vehicle.

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THE TEST VEHICLE:

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We rented a 2013 Metallic White Nissan Altima. We placed a Laser Interceptor mounting bracket on the grill as a car. We leveled the bracket while the car was parked on a level surface. We used this bracket as our “constant.”

Two AL Priority brackets were installed with sticky tape on the grill of the car. The laser jammers were mounted on top of the AntiLaser Priority brackets. The jammer sensors were mounted toward the outside of the vehicle. They were checked for being level in both dimensions and for being parallel to each other and the front of the vehicle. If requested we do have pictures of the sensors with levels on them.

THE TEST RESULTS:

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DISCUSSION:

All in all, all of the laser jammers performed well. Here and there RadarRob obtained some significant punch throughs. Previously everyone was afraid of the Stalker Lidar with firmware 3.5. Today the LTI guns did the most damage.

For the Blinder HP-905 the 544 and 483 foot punch throughs against the LTI LRB are unacceptable. Additionally for the Blinder, the punch throughs of 427, 347, 303, and 421 against the LTI Truspeed are also not acceptable. Against the Truspeed S, the punch throughs of 410, 388, 434, 353, and 415 feet need to be addressed by Blinder. We can forgive the 402 and 476 foot punch throughs with the Stalker 3.5 due to that gun’s deadliness. It had punch throughs of over 100 feet in 36 out of 90 testing runs, 13 of the punch throughs were at over 300 feet.

I was very surprised by the less than stellar performance of the Laser Interceptor against both the LTI Truspeed and Truspeed S. The Truspeed S has been an issue for some laser jammers. I am shocked by the punch throughs of 371 and 572 feet against the LTI Ultralyte 100LR (100pps), this gun has generally been easy to defeat by Laser Interceptor. For the “NOT A DALA” LIDAR, first I want to say that it is not a LIDAR that was designed, built or sold by Dragon Eye Technologies. It is another LIDAR that was designed, built and sold by one of the other LIDAR manufacturers. This LIDAR has a new firmware that was just recently released. Through RALETC’s contacts we were able to obtain this firmware very early in its release. The Laser Interceptor alerts to this new firmware correctly, but just doesn’t jam it. The pulse rate of this new firmware is the same as the old firmware. I believe that the manufacturer has altered the LIDAR’s filtering software that effectively filters out the Laser Interceptor’s jamming pulses. We have tested this firmware against Laser Interceptor’s 8.06, 8.07, 8.13 and 8.14 firmwares all will the same instant punch through result. Cliff, get in contact with me so you can crack this new firmware One thing to note about the Laser Interceptor is that it had the MOST “Jam To Gun” of all of the laser jammers tested. Also note that 40 out of the 90 runs resulted in punch throughs over 100 feet, and 20 of the punch throughs were over 300 feet. Even if you subtract the 8 punch throughs of over 300 feet by “NOT A DALA” there are still 12 punch throughs of over 300 feet, and if you subtract the 9 punch throughs of over 300 feet by “NOT A DALA” there are still 31 punch throughs of over 100 feet.

The Antilaser Priority performed extremely well, and much better than I thought it would. Only 19 punch throughs of over 100 feet out of over 90 testing runs, and only one punch through of over 300 feet.

The average punch throughs per jammer are as followed: Blinder 124 feet Laser Interceptor 175 feet. If we remove the “NOT A DALA”, the average punch through drops to 113 feet. AL Priority 60 feet.

It seem that Antilaser has raised the bar. To me I believe that Antilaser is the winner of this test. Laser Interceptor wins the most “Jam to Gun.” Since Cliff has been involved with Laser Interceptor, he has constantly improved the performance of his product to the challenges generated by the LIDAR manufacturers and his competition. I would not be surprised if we see a new product from Cliff in the near future.

Still with these results, I want more from the jammer companies. All of these jammers use a lookup table to determine what jamming sequence to employ. This technique has been used for more than a decade and as new LIDARs with new and interesting “features” continue to developed, we need the jammer companies to advance their computing power to jam these new generation guns. I expect in a few years with the new LIDARs that are being developed, the current crop of jammers will be ineffective against them.

Hope our testing has been helpful to you.

The RALETC Team of RadarRob,Yellowcab and RedRocket.


















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        Laser Interceptor vs HP-905 Dragoneye speed Lidar







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               10-31-2013, 08:49 AM
               Radarrob


               Laser Interceptor vs HP-905 Dragoneye speed Lidar


               Still with latest firmware from both company's your still not protected against these guns.Blinder and LI will there ever be a fix? Our friends in DE sure need your support to fix this issue asap!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fexz9vR6ucQ


               11-06-2013, 07:00 PM
               Joey



               So ALP protects against DALA? I saw their firmware revision said they added support for DALA but didn't specify what that exactly meant. Would that mean if I installed an ALP system today I'd be protected against all the DALA guns out there right out of the box?  

Would be nice if LI could come out with a new update to cover this. Thankfully DALA's not a current threat in my area but that could change soon.


               11-06-2013, 07:32 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Joey


                       So ALP protects against DALA? I saw their firmware revision said they added support for DALA but didn't specify what that exactly meant. Would that mean if I installed an ALP system today I'd be protected against all the DALA guns out there right out of the box?  

Would be nice if LI could come out with a new update to cover this. Thankfully DALA's not a current threat in my area but that could change soon.


Not every firmware but there is more support than all other systems to date. The problem is every firmware acts almost as as its own individual gun and getting access to every firmware version out there is very difficult and costly. The good thing is that every AL Priority system can be turned into a recorder so if someone encounters a gun that has not been supported they can record the data and send it over to engineering and without having access to the gun engineering can add support. Its a cat and mouse game but the ALP has the tools to help keep you updated quicker.


               11-06-2013, 07:49 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Not every firmware but there is more support than all other systems to date.  The problem is every firmware acts almost as as its own individual gun and getting access to every firmware version out there is very difficult and costly.  The good thing is that every AL Priority system can be turned into a recorder so if someone encounters a gun that has not been supported they can record the data and send it over to engineering and without having access to the gun engineering can add support.  Its a cat and mouse game but the ALP has the tools to help keep you updated quicker.


I was going to mention the recording capability. This is one of the reasons I have recently purchased an AL Priority (today). This was a suggestion I gave to LI years ago and even developed a stand-alone recording device using the LI head. Despite my efforts they fell on deaf ears, but good to see a new product with a solid foundation. Can't wait to take it for a spin this weekend.


               11-06-2013, 08:37 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       I was going to mention the recording capability.This was a suggestion I gave to LI years ago and even developed a stand-alone recording device using the LI head.  Despite my efforts they fell on deaf ears, but good to see a new product with a solid foundation.  Can't wait to take it for a spin this weekend.


I did same w/ Blinder last year in June when I bought the HP-905.I bugged BG & BD multiple times for recording capabilities even if it was a separate module.I also fell on deaf ears for months & then finally gave up.

Sending you a PM,DC.


               11-07-2013, 07:38 AM
               Joey



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Not every firmware but there is more support than all other systems to date.  The problem is every firmware acts almost as as its own individual gun and getting access to every firmware version out there is very difficult and costly.  The good thing is that every AL Priority system can be turned into a recorder so if someone encounters a gun that has not been supported they can record the data and send it over to engineering and without having access to the gun engineering can add support.  Its a cat and mouse game but the ALP has the tools to help keep you updated quicker.


Ah, that recording feature sounds awesome! Is it fairly simple for the user to transmit that data back to AL?


               11-07-2013, 07:44 AM
               Radarrob



               Dragoneye speed lidar no alert no alert no alert.


               11-07-2013, 08:43 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Joey


                       Ah, that recording feature sounds awesome! Is it fairly simple for the user to transmit that data back to AL?


You can record directly to a file on a USB Memory card then just email the file to us and we will forward it over for investigation.


               11-08-2013, 07:08 AM
               Qui-Gon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Dragoneye speed lidar no alert no alert no alert.


Sounds like they tested 8.13. I thought the latest LI firmware was 8.14?


               11-08-2013, 07:26 AM
               Radarrob



               Still Li and Blinder hp-905 still don't jam the guns in that video.Mabe you might know over the weekend.Vic I found a purchase order of laser ally's being used by you recently.Ask Redrocket.


               11-08-2013, 09:08 AM
               Yellowcab



               Qui-gon, how did the testing go?   

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               10-31-2013, 09:09 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               AL Priority & Radar Integration w/Beltronics Sti-R Plus


               AntiLaser is working hard on getting this marriage put together between the best laser defense system (AL Priority) and the best remote radar system (Beltronics Sti-R Plus) so that customers could have one unit with the best of both worlds.  Testing is underway and some snags as expected came up but its almost complete.  We will release the radar module when all is complete and working 100%.  We expect to have the modules available in a few weeks.

If you have checked the AL Priority Update site recently (http://www.alpupdate.com) you will see in the new setup if you click on the STI-R Plus antenna and under bands you select KA Band a new menu will appear with KA Band Segment options:

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They are still working on the final touches but there will also be the RDR (On/OFF) and POP (On/OFF) settings as well.

We will update as this integration gets finalized. Many have wanted one system for the best radar and laser protection and AntiLaser will have it available soon.


               10-31-2013, 09:57 AM
               Yellowcab



               This is looking good.  I look forward to testing the integrated ALP/STiR+ vs the standalone STiR+.


               10-31-2013, 10:21 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       This is looking good.  I look forward to testing the integrated ALP/STiR+ vs the standalone STiR+.


Once done I would love to see a custom installed detector challenge: K40 vs. ALP w/Sti-R Plus. I think custom installers will love this Combo and it will be very popular.


               10-31-2013, 07:26 PM
               Yellowcab



               I think I can make that happen.


               11-05-2013, 07:08 PM
               laxman



               I thinking that I will have to get an antenna one of these days can't wait for it to come out.


               11-05-2013, 09:57 PM
               Firemedic



               This looks great BRD. This will offer a new level of protection for those of us that live in restricted area (Ontario)that no other is able to provide.


               11-05-2013, 10:07 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Considering that Escort's new Jammer does not even integrate with their own radar detectors I expect this integration to take off.  I have already arranged pricing on the Sti-R Plus antenna's and the Sti-R Plus antenna and the ALP Radar Module will be under $500.


               11-06-2013, 01:41 PM
               Holla



               Looking great with the BS and RDR option!  awesome news


               11-10-2013, 03:50 PM
               hitechrr



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Considering that Escort's new Jammer does not even integrate with their own radar detectors I expect this integration to take off.  I have already arranged pricing on the Sti-R Plus antenna's and the Sti-R Plus antenna and the ALP Radar Module will be under $500.


Let me know when it is ready for sale. The AL Priority worked well on my trip down I95. Saved me 4 times.


               11-10-2013, 05:05 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       AntiLaser is working hard on getting this marriage put together between the best laser defense system (AL Priority) and the best remote radar system (Beltronics Sti-R Plus) so that customers could have one unit with the best of both worlds.  Testing is underway and some snags as expected came up but its almost complete.  We will release the radar module when all is complete and working 100%.  We expect to have the modules available in a few weeks.

If you have checked the AL Priority Update site recently (http://www.alpupdate.com) you will see in the new setup if you click on the STI-R Plus antenna and under bands you select KA Band a new menu will appear with KA Band Segment options:

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They are still working on the final touches but there will also be the RDR (On/OFF) and POP (On/OFF) settings as well.

We will update as this integration gets finalized. Many have wanted one system for the best radar and laser protection and AntiLaser will have it available soon.


The ALP and the stir plus, will you be able to control it and receive alerts via the Bluetooth/smart phone when it is available?


               11-15-2013, 10:50 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Firmware is almost complete... RDR options have been coded and POP mode also coded. Wide option is also available for those using the international Sti-R Plus.

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               11-15-2013, 10:55 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       The ALP and the stir plus, will you be able to control it and receive alerts via the Bluetooth/smart phone when it is available?


Yes, You will be able to control the AL Priority from the bluetooth module and it will display both the radar and laser alerts through the app. See screen shot below which will show you what the app looks like:

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               11-15-2013, 12:35 PM
               Firemedic



               Thanks BRD. It looks great


               11-15-2013, 05:27 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Thanks BRD. It looks great


Still waiting on the Bluetooth modules because a last minute change had to be made but we have already received the radar modules to begin testing. If this stuff is on anyone's Christmas list it will be there in time.


               11-15-2013, 05:35 PM
               Holla



               As well as the Hi-FI module too with speaker--not sure which way Im going to go with this.  Ill have to wait for a full on report on all the goodies that are available first.


               11-15-2013, 05:41 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       As well as the Hi-FI module too with speaker--not sure which way Im going to go with this.  Ill have to wait for a full on report on all the goodies that are available first.


Got to get the Sti-R Plus antenna installed this weekend.

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               11-15-2013, 06:09 PM
               Holla



               Nice--in all reality it should work like a standard Sti-R, too bad you don't have the Bluetooth module to go along with that so you can run the app too.


               11-15-2013, 06:11 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Still waiting on the Bluetooth modules because a last minute change had to be made but we have already received the radar modules to begin testing.  If this stuff is on anyone's Christmas list it will be there in time.


Expected with anything this new. I am still impressed with all the accessory's that will come with the ALP and how quickly it looks like it will all come together. It would be a massive undertaking just introducing the ALP to this market in a timely fashion with updates already, let alone all the accessory's as well.


               11-15-2013, 08:14 PM
               winterbrew



               Hi BRD,

Will any off the shelf GPS antennas currently work with the ALP CPU, or will AL produce one specifically for the unit ? When I had a quick look on ebay etc, there's not many available with a RJ11/RJ45 style socket

Thanks


               11-15-2013, 09:11 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Hi BRD,

Will any off the shelf GPS antennas currently work with the ALP CPU, or will AL produce one specifically for the unit ? When I had a quick look on ebay etc, there's not many available with a RJ11/RJ45 style socket

Thanks


I had already asked and I will have a definite answer by Monday weather we can use a generic one or not.


               11-19-2013, 06:56 PM
               GotWake



               I'm waiting to see how well this works out with the controller(muting, lockouts, etc).  I'll be placing an order really soon.


               11-19-2013, 07:00 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by GotWake


                       I'm waiting to see how well this works out with the controller(muting, lockouts, etc).  I'll be placing an order really soon.


If your looking for Lockouts you will need to get your own full Sti-R Plus. Lockouts are an Escort patented feature and you will not get them with the integration. The Integration will basically operate as a RDR/BS Redline with the AL Priority and mixed with Saavy if you add the GPS to ignore alerts under a certain speed all in one unit.


               11-28-2013, 09:28 PM
               winterbrew



               Hi Tom,

If you want to use the radar module and bluetooth module at the same time, can you daisy chain the modules together to plug them into the single C port of the CPU, or is there a splitter or pass-through type cable arrangement to hook them both up ?

Did you get any updates on which GPS antenna we can use ?

Many thanks


               11-28-2013, 09:42 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Radar Module connects to the Radar & GPS Port, The Bluetooth Module gets connected to the C port.

No answer yet on which GPS antennas will be on the supported list yet.


               11-28-2013, 09:55 PM
               winterbrew



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Radar Module connects to the Radar & GPS Port, The Bluetooth Module gets connected to the C port.

No answer yet on which GPS antennas will be on the supported list yet.


Great - forgot there was a seperate port for radar and GPS :)


               11-29-2013, 11:29 PM
               M3eagle



               If I use the bluetooth module for the initial install with 2 front sensors, will I be able to add rear functionality in the future? Will the bluetooth module and CPU both recognize the additional sensors? Is there a potential delay in alerts when using Bluetooth instead of a full hard wired system?

Thanks


               11-29-2013, 11:42 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by M3eagle


                       If I use the bluetooth module for the initial install with 2 front sensors, will I be able to add rear functionality in the future? Will the bluetooth module and CPU both recognize the additional sensors? Is there a potential delay in alerts when using Bluetooth instead of a full hard wired system?

Thanks


There is no issue with using Bluetooth with any amount of sensors. If you connect the sensors to the CPU it will work with zero issues. There is no delay in protection if using the Bluetooth as the controller.


















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               10-31-2013, 09:13 AM
               Radarrob


               Blinder M27 up in Flames!


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aPwZTwHWzY


               10-31-2013, 10:04 AM
               Radarrob



               Will blinder m27 be ever updated? New lidar guns out that cant be jammed.


















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               10-31-2013, 09:59 AM
               Radarrob


               Trying To Beat Speed Traps? There's An App For That


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               11-01-2013, 06:24 AM
               admin


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               Best Radar Detector App?


               What is funny is that there are several radar detector apps in the marketplace:

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None of these Radar Detector apps are real and there is no application that can turn any smartphone into a radar detector. Without having a real radar detector no phone will detect the presence of a radar signal. (It's not possible) There are however apps that work along with radar detectors such as Escort Live for Escort Radar Detectors and and Cobra's iRadar App that works with their iRadar products. These apps will allow your smartphone to communicate with your radar detector and alert to real threats on your smartphone.

There are other products such as Waze and Trapster that are real apps which are used by lots of folks in which users when they see police on the highway will mark in the app where the police were spotted and folks traveling the same roads will get an alert with the location of the last reported location. Out of the two Waze is most used and its a Free app and definitely worth downloading and trying out.


               11-06-2013, 12:38 PM
               Salty



               For those that have a V1, Yav1 has alot of promise as being a must have app for V1 users.


               11-06-2013, 02:12 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       For those that have a V1, Yav1 has alot of promise as being a must have app for V1 users.


Thanks Salty I wasn't aware of YaV1 looks promising.


               11-07-2013, 09:51 PM
               kasher1979



               YaV1 is the best thing to happen to the V1 in a very long time.  It brings lock-outs to the V1 and it actually works pretty well as opposed to a lot of Escort Live set-ups.


               11-08-2013, 08:06 AM
               Radarrob



               I like escort live.


               11-19-2013, 02:32 PM
               hammerdown



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       For those that have a V1, Yav1 has alot of promise as being a must have app for V1 users.


yeah, even though i dont have a V1, from what i have read about Yav1, I would definately run it if i had a V1. in fact, the development of the Yav1 app is making me want a V1!


               11-19-2013, 02:49 PM
               mirage



               I started running Yav1 since Salty recommended it and I have to say it's incredible.  I drove in to work for the first time this morning without a peep from the V1.  I typically have about 8 automatic doors that false on K band.  I've been using the lockout function for the past couple of days and I can still see there is something the V1 is detecting.  Just no audible alert.  

I also run Waze and love the pop-over feature of Yav1. I can run my 2 favorite apps and use both on the same device. Love it!


               11-27-2013, 01:32 AM
               shanetrainST



               I have used escort live for a while while I was using my Redline, that app is very unrefined, scalling issues, Bluetooth drop outs, its requirement to be connected to the net all the time. Has potential to a good app, but its not something I would consider a finished product. Be nice if escort release its protocol, like the V1's ESP so community member could make apps for it like YaV1 

Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk


               11-27-2013, 10:44 AM
               THX1138



               Ditto on the YaV1. Silencing the known falses is an awesome feature.


               11-27-2013, 11:00 AM
               RigToFly01



               Mirage, Iphone or Android?


               11-27-2013, 11:02 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Mirage, Iphone or Android?


I run Android (Galaxy S3 currently), but for the first time would be interested in an iPhone just for the ALP add-on.


               12-09-2013, 07:14 AM
               beingaware



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by shanetrainST


                       I have used escort live for a while while I was using my Redline, that app is very unrefined, scalling issues, Bluetooth drop outs, its requirement to be connected to the net all the time. Has potential to a good app, but its not something I would consider a finished product. Be nice if escort release its protocol, like the V1's ESP so community member could make apps for it like YaV1 

Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk


Take awkward moment when the Cobra iRadar App is better made...


               12-10-2013, 04:25 AM
               Antilaser



               There is a cheaper Apple device that runs ALPConnect, it is iPod touch 5gen:

http://support.apple.com/kb/SP675

It goes for $200 on stores and ebay goes even lower. Only downside is it does not have GPS so it will not record speed at the moment you are Lasered.

ALPConnect for Android is also on the list of developments, please follow BRD for more news on that.


               12-10-2013, 08:05 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Antilaser


                       There is a cheaper Apple device that runs ALPConnect, it is iPod touch 5gen:

http://support.apple.com/kb/SP675

It goes for $200 on stores and ebay goes even lower. Only downside is it does not have GPS so it will not record speed at the moment you are Lasered.

ALPConnect for Android is also on the list of developments, please follow BRD for more news on that.



As a temporary solution until the Android version comes out I purchased one of the iPod touch 5gen's. It appears to work great. Just waiting on the new software to drop.


               12-10-2013, 08:40 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       As a temporary solution until the Android version comes out I purchased one of the iPod touch 5gen's.  It appears to work great.  Just waiting on the new software to drop.


I bought an Apple 4S iPhone on ebay in perfect condition for $150, Would still prefer to use my Android Phone and I am waiting patiently.


















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        Big Hello from AntiLaser







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               11-01-2013, 11:09 AM
               Antilaser


               Big Hello from AntiLaser


               Greets to all you guys from Sunny Croatia! :cool:

Denis


               11-01-2013, 11:41 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for checking in.  Have lots of customers waiting on those new modules.  Once we get the HiFi Modules, Bluetooth Modules and Radar Modules we can start moving some ALP's!


               11-01-2013, 02:02 PM
               Veil Guy



               dobrodošli

VG


               11-01-2013, 07:59 PM
               Yellowcab



               Thank you for joining the forum.   I am happy that AntiLaser has finally made it to the U.S. market.  You have excellent products and can't wait to test and review the soon to be released modules for the AntiLaser Priority.


               11-05-2013, 05:50 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Antilaser


                       Greets to all you guys from Sunny Croatia! :cool:

Denis


^ - Not for very long I'm afraid.It'll be time to get your skis out for the Caucasus Mtn's very soon. Welcome to you,Denis.Thank you for joining this Forum. (waiting on the "Audio" module for my AL-P Dual.)


               11-06-2013, 01:37 PM
               Holla



               Just got an email stating the BT modules were FCC approved :)


               11-09-2013, 06:39 PM
               winterbrew



               Welcome Denis.

Great product - been running my ALP for nearly 4 months now, and I'm impressed with the performance and features, having previously owned LI and HP-905 quads


               11-09-2013, 06:45 PM
               dinkydi



               welcome from Australia, looking forward leaning more on the ALP


               11-09-2013, 10:24 PM
               Firemedic



               Looks to be a Great product, can't wait for it all to come together.


               11-16-2013, 01:48 PM
               RigToFly01



               Great product, I am very excited for the BlueTooth modules.  Keep up the good work.


               12-27-2013, 04:35 PM
               Youthan



               Greets from Poland too.

We are happy for using AL products for years too :pirate:

Bart


               12-27-2013, 05:14 PM
               deano



               hey youthan glad you made it over to the brighter side hows things mate 

deanoobaby


               12-27-2013, 05:36 PM
               Youthan



               Hi Deano !:pirate: It's good to hear you from other side of Earth Planet :nevreness: How's the weather ?? Still snowing  ?? :nevreness: (just kidding)

Good to hear you back ! I changed finally from 4 sec to "constant mode", you were right , it more comfortable in use :02.47-tranquillity:.

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        Hello from EscortRadar!







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               11-01-2013, 03:14 PM
               EscortRadar


               Hello from EscortRadar!


               Hello, I am the official representative on this forum for Escort Inc, aka Escort Radar, the manufacturer of radar detectors and premium automotive accessories sold under the Escort, Passport, Solo, Beltronics and Cincinnati Microwave name brands.

While I cannot check this forum all the time, if you need my immediate attention about an issue with your Escort product then please send me a private message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Thank you for choosing Escort Radar!


               11-01-2013, 07:49 PM
               Yellowcab



               Larrry,

Welcome to the smallest radar detector, laser jammer and other traffic enforcement forum on the internet. Thank you for your years of excellent customer service and participation in the enthusiast community.


               11-06-2013, 03:43 PM
               EscortRadar



               They all start small.  You are most welcome, it has been my pleasure.


               11-12-2013, 07:54 PM
               RigToFly01



               Yes, Welcome.


               12-12-2013, 08:16 PM
               RigToFly01



               Larry, Could you update here as well about updates?  I notice you update on all the other forums.  Could you please start a thread here?


               12-12-2013, 08:49 PM
               busta



               Welcome Larry


               12-13-2013, 12:23 PM
               NYSpeederPVM



               Welcome sir.

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        Hello from Beltronics!







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               11-01-2013, 03:17 PM
               EscortRadar


               Hello from Beltronics!


               Hello, I am the official representative on this forum for Escort Inc, the manufacturer of radar detectors and premium automotive accessories sold under the Escort, Passport, Solo, Beltronics and Cincinnati Microwave name brands.

While I cannot check this forum all the time, if you need my immediate attention about an issue with your Beltronics product then please send me a private message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Thank you for choosing Beltronics! Performance Rules


               11-01-2013, 07:54 PM
               Yellowcab



               Hey Larry,

Didn't I just welcome you?


               11-05-2013, 05:24 PM
               RedRocket



               Nice to have you here ER,stop by anytime.


               11-05-2013, 09:47 PM
               Firemedic



               Good to have you, never know when I will need a bel rep. Come to think of it can you tell me when will I be able to segment & turn off RDR on my magnum.


               11-05-2013, 09:49 PM
               mirage



               I like the vendor representation here.  Welcome to the forum.


               11-06-2013, 03:45 PM
               EscortRadar



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Good to have you, never know when I will need a bel rep. Come to think of it can you tell me when will I be able to segment & turn off RDR on my magnum.


Ka segmenting and a RDR toggle will not make it to the STi Magnum. It cannot support these options.


               11-13-2013, 02:14 PM
               Holla



               Im really wanting a Sti-R now to accompany my Redline :)   Im guessing that the Sti-R will be darn near the performance of the redline?


               11-13-2013, 02:57 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       Im really wanting a Sti-R now to accompany my Redline :)   Im guessing that the Sti-R will be darn near the performance of the redline?


Same in most cases and sometimes better where lower exposed mounting can be of a benefit.


















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               11-03-2013, 07:25 PM
               mirage


               Hi Mirage Here


               Hey guys Mirage here been around for a while ready to play.


               11-03-2013, 10:32 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome! Glad to see you here.  Hopefully with it being SEMA time there will be some new stuff to discuss next week.


               11-04-2013, 10:23 AM
               mirage



               Great can't wait thanks for the info.  Nice to see a new place to hang out.


               11-04-2013, 01:09 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum!!!   Hope all is well by you.   I am looking forward to your participation.


               11-05-2013, 05:40 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome to the Forum,mirage.It's great to see some olde friends showing up for a look & staying,hopefully.


               11-05-2013, 09:46 PM
               mirage



               I'll be around for a while for sure..


















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        Move over ZR4 -  ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro is on its way







       Move over ZR4 -  ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro is on its way




               11-04-2013, 12:02 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Move over ZR4 -  ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro is on its way


               Taken from Escort's Press Release as of this morning:

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...230502221.html

"New for SEMA, ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro™ is a completely redesigned laser defense technology. The all-new Laser ShifterPro™ is ESCORT's most advanced laser defense system ever. Developed for laser threats and protection from targeting laser guns, the Laser ShifterPro™'s superior performance is based on its use of true laser diodes to maximize effectiveness against difficult-to-beat targeting laser guns. And to keep customers up-to-date against new laser guns and future enforcement technologies as they are developed, the new ShifterPro™'s software is upgradable using ESCORT's exclusive online Shifter Tools™ download interface."

Looks like Escort is stepping up their game. For years customers with ZR4's have complained about poor performance and lack of updates and Escort is finally releasing a new Shifter. Will it have the capability to offer defend against many of today's difficult guns like the Laser Ally guns only testing will will give us an answers. We have no idea when this product will be available as it was only just showcased in SEMA.


               11-04-2013, 01:10 PM
               Yellowcab



               This is awesome!   Another new laser jammer to test.


               11-05-2013, 02:20 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               1 Attachment(s)


               Larry posted this on Facebook....

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Looks like a re-badged Laser Interceptor.


               11-05-2013, 04:46 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               More information has been released and a quote from EscortRadar "Laser ShifterPro does not interface with any of our radar detectors. It is a stand alone product."

So there is no integration with this new product.


               11-05-2013, 05:19 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Larry posted this on Facebook....

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Looks like a re-badged Laser Interceptor.


It sure does,except for the perforation pattern on the top of the CPU.


               11-05-2013, 10:04 PM
               Yellowcab



               Unless it performs better than the current crop of laser jammers, why buy it.   Escort should make a jammer that can be integrated with their current systems.


               11-05-2013, 10:11 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Unless it performs better than the current crop of laser jammers, why buy it.   Escort should make a jammer that can be integrated with their current systems.


This release is pretty disappointing to me because of the lack of integration but on good note it will only make the AL Priority / Sti-R Promo integration more useful. Too bad they did not show the opposite side of the CPU, If it has a serial port it will be even more disappointing,


               11-07-2013, 03:31 PM
               kasher1979



               This is interesting stuff.  I really need to look into some nice jammers in the near future.  So is the AL Priority testing the best across the board right now?  Sorry I need to look into this a little more, but I never keep up with the Laser jammer info as much as the Radar stuff.  I had seriously considered the AL Priority.


               11-08-2013, 10:59 PM
               thesilverbullet



               i was interested until i found it's not compatible with the Max or any other belcort products and even less after determining the only thing new about shfiterpro is the name...


               11-09-2013, 02:52 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by thesilverbullet


                       i was interested until i found it's not compatible with the Max or any other belcort products and even less after determining the only thing new about shfiterpro is the name...


This was very surprising to me as well. Every shifter product from the ZR3 and up under the Escort or Beltronics name always had radar integration. Not sure why they stopped now unless this is a re-branded product and they just wanted a Jammer bad and went that route. Still no info has been released and no photo's of the other size have surfaced to see its connectivity ports.


               11-09-2013, 06:58 AM
               KaPro



               I cannot comprehend why a company who manufactures radar detectors would come out with a "completely redesigned" companion product that is not compatible with any of their detectors? Am I missing something?


               11-21-2013, 12:58 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       I cannot comprehend why a company who manufactures radar detectors would come out with a "completely redesigned" companion product that is not compatible with any of their detectors? Am I missing something?


Completely agree.. I still dont understand this. I am still waiting patiently to get a photo of the other side of the unit to see if it has a USB Port or a Serial Port. Anyone see anymore information on this jammer?


               11-21-2013, 01:27 PM
               Yellowcab



               Tom, will Escort be selling them direct or will dealers be able to sell them too?


               11-21-2013, 01:31 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Tom, will Escort be selling them direct or will dealers be able to sell them too?


Not sure how they will be handling it. We usually get Beltronics Products right away and there is usually a delay on the Escort products. In the past the ZR4 was under the Cincinnati Microwave name and was allowed immediately. Not sure what they are doing yet and what name it will be under.


               11-23-2013, 04:29 PM
               dinkydi



               just a thought, since escort got took over, i wonder if they have had a change of policy, in there development side, and just bringing things in re- badged, sure looks like LI's


               12-07-2013, 12:08 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       I cannot comprehend why a company who manufactures radar detectors would come out with a "completely redesigned" companion product that is not compatible with any of their detectors? Am I missing something?


Same here.... Makes absolutely no sense what-so-ever.


               12-07-2013, 08:21 PM
               NYSpeederPVM



               I wish escort would give us a freakin update already.

Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk


               12-31-2013, 09:17 PM
               winterbrew



               I see the 'LIscort' shifter pro manual is up :)

http://www.radardetectorforum.org/sh...ad.php?t=30461

The firmware update procedure even states that the firmware file has a .LI file extension. Setup diagrams are also the same


               12-31-2013, 09:28 PM
               mirage


               2 Attachment(s)


               As we all suspected it's a rebranded LI.  Hell they didn't even bother to change the serial connection.  See if this looks familiar:

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               12-31-2013, 09:46 PM
               shanetrainST



               I wish I could say I was surprised. Feel sorry for everyone that preorder, thinking it was a new product. 

Upshot is that At least they re-branded LI's and we know they work :)


               01-01-2014, 02:41 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               I was really hoping for some innovation with the Shifter Pro, They would have been better off trying to partner with AntiLaser if they were going to just rebadge an item.  At least the AL Priority could have had full integration with their products.


               01-01-2014, 02:58 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I was really hoping for some innovation with the Shifter Pro, They would have been better off trying to partner with AntiLaser if they were going to just rebadge an item.  At least the AL Priority could have had full integration with their products.


Now you can sell Laser Interceptor too.


               01-01-2014, 03:14 PM
               curmudgeon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Now you can sell Laser Interceptor too.


But why?:rolleyes:


               01-01-2014, 03:26 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by curmudgeon


                       But why?:rolleyes:


FOr people who don't want the best.


               01-01-2014, 03:37 PM
               curmudgeon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       FOr people who don't want the best.


hopelessness:


















        Move over ZR4 -  ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro is on its way







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        Move over ZR4 -  ESCORT's Laser ShifterPro is on its way







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               10-23-2013, 06:54 PM
               Radarrob


               Hello I am Radarrob


               Hi, I am Radarrob.Ive been around since 1997.I am looking forward to having some great discussions about radar detectors, laser jammers and other countermeasure equipment.


               11-05-2013, 05:56 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi bud,& Welcome to the Forum.

I've been around since 2012 & am still learning,but I've been using RD's since the 1970's.


               11-05-2013, 09:46 PM
               mirage



               I have to welcome Rob too just because RR did.


               11-05-2013, 09:48 PM
               Yellowcab



               I am not welcome you here. We talk enough on the phone   :).


               11-28-2013, 07:18 PM
               Radarrob



               I'm still a noob and learning.


               11-28-2013, 07:22 PM
               dinkydi



               welcome , we all never stop learning :D


               11-29-2013, 12:41 PM
               RigToFly01



               Welcome RR!


















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        FineVu CR-300HD







       FineVu CR-300HD




               11-04-2013, 05:06 PM
               mirage


               5 Attachment(s)


               FineVu CR-300HD


               FineVu CR-300 HD Review

By Mirage <a /attachment.php?s=6f7fd5eb3ddeeae8f78bb73e91295aa3&attachmentid=93" title="Name: Views: Size: ">Attachment 93 <a /attachment.php?s=6f7fd5eb3ddeeae8f78bb73e91295aa3&attachmentid=94" title="Name: Views: Size: ">Attachment 94 Description and Specifications: The FineVu CR-300HD is a Korean built compact dash camera with FULL 1080P HD Video @ 30 fps. This dash cam uses the popular H.264 codec and features a 5 megapixel CMOS image sensor. The 300 comes with the camera itself an AV cable, a USB cable, and a windshield mount, but it DOES NOT have built in GPS. This can be purchased separately via the external FineVu GPS. This dash cam is commonly compared to the BlackVue HD 400 Series II in image quality as they both have excellent image quality during the day, but the BlackVue far outshines the FineVu with it's fair to average quality at night. Which is surprising as the specifications indicate it is capable of recording at 0.7 lux and includes some advanced features like backlight compensation and auto exposure. The FineVu also has a built in microphone with excellent auto gain. Loud sounds and quiet sounds are recorded without issue on the built in microphone. The CR-300HD also has voice notifications and still image capture at 5 megapixel.

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Mounting Mounting the FineVu is simple and can be adjusted to any angle with the out of the box windshield mount.

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Android App There is a an Android App available for configuring the FineVu CR-300HD. (Google Play). This app is used to customize the recording resolution, shock sensitivity, and other settings that are also available when the FineVu is connected to your computer.

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Pros Excellent image qualityEasy setupMany configuration options for parking modes and storageVoice alertsDiscrete recording for shock enabled events

Cons Fair night performance despite 0.7 lux specificationParking mode despite battery cut-off at 11.6v can prevent vehicle from startingPoor SD card performance. Card must be formatted periodically.When I needed it most (in an accident) the camera FAILED to record!No built in GPS

Sample Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWRh4k0Efk0

Conclusion

While this dash cam is an all around nice camera it lacks some of the features of other cameras in similar price ranges. The latest model in the FineVu series is the CR-500HD. I may review this camera in the future and see if they have resolved some of the drawbacks of the CR-300HD.




...will add more to the review as time permits.


               11-04-2013, 06:57 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Nice writeup.  Thanks for sharing.


               11-05-2013, 07:55 AM
               mirage



               No problem will add more and have a new camera coming in this week.  I was disappointed when the FineVu failed.  I was hit while driving on the service road to our main loop.  When we pulled over the driver was nice and didn't really say much gave me his insurance and drivers license info.  When I called his insurance company to put in the claim they validated both stories and apparently he said I hit him!  I was so aggravated and then realized I had my FineVu.  Pulled the video and guess what it wasn't recording during that time because the camera was failing to write to the SD card.  No message no warning, no nothing just FAIL!  So to say the least that failure cost me $1000 deductible.


               11-09-2013, 07:36 AM
               dinkydi



               i run the 500 no probs at all no over heating as yet


               11-09-2013, 08:21 AM
               mirage



               Do you have to periodically format the SD card?  The camera never reported a problem which is what kills me.  If it can't write to the card I would expect an error of some sort on the camera.  Glad to hear they may have improved the 500.  I couldn't take the chance again so I went with another product which so far I'm completely happy with.


               11-09-2013, 05:26 PM
               dinkydi



               the cam hasn,t reported anything, i still use in the korean voice, and used below for the english settings

found these to be helpfull http://forum.dashcamtalk.com/threads...-apple-ct.115/

http://dashcamtalk.com/finevu-cr-500hd/

http://www.finevu.net/download.htm


               11-09-2013, 07:46 PM
               mirage



               LOL, I guess you know "비디오 녹화가 시작됩니다" = "Video recording starts"


               11-09-2013, 08:56 PM
               dinkydi



               nope ya got me, looks like u dont need the english parts :D


















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               11-05-2013, 07:04 AM
               ettempleton


               Hello Again


               Hey all... some of you may remember me from either the late Blinder Xtreme Forum or RDF... I've noticed a lot of people have gone missing recently at RDF and things have been a little slow so I figured there must be a new forum somewhere, and I guess this means I was correct! Hello to new names and hello again to the old ones.


               11-05-2013, 07:54 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by ettempleton


                       Hey all... some of you may remember me from either the late Blinder Xtreme Forum or RDF... I've noticed a lot of people have gone missing recently at RDF and things have been a little slow so I figured there must be a new forum somewhere, and I guess this means I was correct! Hello to new names and hello again to the old ones.


Welcome, Glad you found us. This site is new and only around a week old but we should be rocking and rolling shortly.


               11-05-2013, 05:36 PM
               RedRocket



               Hello there ettempleton & Welcome to the Forum.Yeah, I remember you from both places.Speaking of that,as the olde Blinder site is now defunct I decided to re-use my name from there.It was the first enthusiast Forum I joined.

It's great to visit a secluded nice n' quiet place for a change.


               11-05-2013, 09:42 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   Hope you enjoy the newest CM forum on the Internet.


               11-05-2013, 09:43 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.  Lots of new and old names showing up tonight.


















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        Laxman here







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               11-05-2013, 11:28 AM
               laxman


               Laxman here


               I'm Tom, aka laxman.  Looking forward to some great discussions.  If I can help with anything let me know.


               11-05-2013, 11:31 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for visiting and being part of the new forum.  I have to get some time to email all my customers to explain what has transpired but I hope to be able to have a forum with no Drama and no BS.


               11-05-2013, 05:27 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi laxman,& welcome to this Forum.

Seems like I've seen your "handle" around in a few forum spots we both visit.


               11-05-2013, 05:37 PM
               laxman



               Indeed it has, too much of a hassle to change. And then I have to remember different logon that's just too too much work for me.


               11-05-2013, 09:39 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.  Spread the word!


               11-05-2013, 09:41 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum


















        Laxman here







       Laxman here




















        Laxman here







       Laxman here




















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               11-05-2013, 11:49 AM
               laxman


               been running my alp systems


               And so far they are great. Thanks for another great product.


               11-05-2013, 11:58 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               If you have any photo's of your install please share them.


               11-05-2013, 01:23 PM
               laxman



               Will do ill grab some today.


               11-05-2013, 06:07 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by laxman


                       And so far they are great. Thanks for another great product.


Had yours tested ?

I've got a Dual AL-P installed for a couple of weeks & not tested yet.Don't have any Shooters nearby,unfortunately.


               11-05-2013, 06:30 PM
               laxman


               1 Attachment(s)


               I have,  shot it with my guns, speed laser, and lr100.  Was unable to get a reading on either gun.  Also shot the Atlanta in stealth.   I was surprised in the performance especially because my heads are so low.

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H,mm rotation is weird on ipad but they are in the bottom grille.


               11-05-2013, 06:35 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               How did they test? They look a little too recessed?


               11-05-2013, 06:44 PM
               laxman



               Oh ha, forgot to post that,   All runs were jtg I was very happy I thought they were too low and too far back.  Had very few options to mount them on my company car.


               11-05-2013, 06:46 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by laxman


                       Oh ha, forgot to post that,   All runs were jtg I was very happy I thought they were too low and too far back.  Had very few options to mount them on my company car.


Great Results, I would still move them forward just a tad because from extreme off axis for example from an overpass you might get nailed if they are not brought a bit closer. If they cant see the light they cant fire back.


               11-05-2013, 09:52 PM
               Yellowcab



               Any encounters yet?

From the testing we did, the AntiLaser Priority is the new gold standard.


               11-05-2013, 09:57 PM
               mirage



               With the testing you did how would this setup (being in the lower grille) fair against a high center shot?


               11-05-2013, 10:03 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by laxman


                       I have,  shot it with my guns, speed laser, and lr100.  Was unable to get a reading on either gun.  Also shot the Atlanta in stealth.   I was surprised in the performance especially because my heads are so low.

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H,mm rotation is weird on ipad but they are in the bottom grille.


This is just what I have been looking for. (Tested with the Atlanta) can you tell me more? The LA is 95% of what I will see. pm me if you like. Thanks


















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        First photo's of the iPhone Bluetooth Control Module







       First photo's of the iPhone Bluetooth Control Module




               11-05-2013, 11:56 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


               2 Attachment(s)


               First photo's of the iPhone Bluetooth Control Module


               If you prefer to use your iPhone or iPod instead of the standard control module, The ALP Connect will be available soon and will add some functionality to your AL Priority system.

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More information will be posted once we receive them and test them out.


               11-20-2013, 07:32 AM
               Radarrob



               Looking forward to getting one ASAP.Will this unit work on a 3GS iphone? How about a ipad.


               11-20-2013, 07:48 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Looking forward to getting one ASAP.Will this unit work on a 3GS iphone? How about a ipad.


No, It will not work with old iPhones & iPads. The chipset used is only supported by current versions.


               11-20-2013, 10:31 AM
               Holla



               When it displays a radar hit will it also tell you what band is present,  In the photos it does not show this? 

Im guessing I can run all these modules if I choose too, like the BT / Hi-FI / and display module? this way if I dont want to run my phone I still got voice and visula alerts?


               11-20-2013, 10:46 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       When it displays a radar hit will it also tell you what band is present,  In the photos it does not show this? 

Im guessing I can run all these modules if I choose too, like the BT / Hi-FI / and display module? this way if I dont want to run my phone I still got voice and visula alerts?


There will be several module options available. Once they are all ready I will share all the options and prices. The picture shows Marksman as an example, If it were Radar it would display the information there and the Bar Chart will show the signal strength. I do not have the Bluetooth modules yet but as soon as I do I will take some video's showing all the modules in action.


               11-28-2013, 04:53 AM
               shanetrainST



               Is there a reason that ALP has decided to use the Apple platform? or will there be an android version later released, not everyone has an Iphone


               11-28-2013, 05:02 AM
               dragons



               I hope so... I hate Apple.


               11-28-2013, 07:44 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by shanetrainST


                       Is there a reason that ALP has decided to use the Apple platform? or will there be an android version later released, not everyone has an Iphone


Chipset used can also work with Android 4.3 or newer. After the Apple app is going good and any bugs are worked out they will develop an Android version.


               11-28-2013, 07:53 AM
               shanetrainST



               Will ALP offer something similar to Valentines ESP protocol, as only good things have come from that 'YaV1'. Giving people a chance to make there own apps for this product would be awesome


               12-01-2013, 01:44 PM
               L&R



               A question to BRD,if the BT shows the radar frequency on the Iphone display.


               12-01-2013, 04:42 PM
               Holla



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by L&R


                       A question to BRD,if the BT shows the radar frequency on the Iphone display.


Good question--that will be nice if it does!


               12-01-2013, 05:46 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Might not initially but seems like something that would not be too difficult to implement in a future update.  Once I get the modules (Hopefully next Friday at the earliest) I will test the crap out of it.


               12-02-2013, 02:39 PM
               Antilaser



               Radar frequency will be shown and logged from the start (only STI-R antenna), please do post all your suggestions, we will do our best to implement them in future updates.


               12-02-2013, 03:46 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Antilaser


                       Radar frequency will be shown and logged from the start (only STI-R antenna), please do post all your suggestions, we will do our best to implement them in future updates.


Thanks Dennis! Been too busy with all the Black Friday & Cyber Monday stuff to get with you. Thanks for being proactive and checking in.

Tom


               12-02-2013, 04:54 PM
               Holla



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Thanks Dennis!  Been too busy with all the Black Friday & Cyber Monday stuff to get with you.  Thanks for being proactive and checking in.

Tom


Hmm what we got going on for BF and CM sale in ALP land Tom????


               12-02-2013, 07:05 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Antilaser


                        please do post all your suggestions, we will do our best to implement them in future updates.


Denis, thank you for particpating here. As one who participated in the testing of a preproduction ALP unit, I was impressed with the unit, but felt that some improvement needed to be made in the performance to match the Laser Interceptor. Just before we tested a production unit with RadarRob and RedRocket, I stated that I thought that ALP wasn't going to preform as well as the Laser Interceptor. During the testing, it was obvoius that Antilaser did thier homework. Performance not only matched but exceeded the Laser Interceptor. One aspect that makes shows me how superior Antilaser is compared to your competition is that I could shoot the ALP with a LIDAR that Antilaser never saw or had before, record it, send it to you, and have get a firmware update in a few hours and the ALP jams the LIDAR better than your competition that had the LIDAR in hand for weeks or longer. You didn't get the oportunity to test your jamming algorithm against the LIDAR, you never even had the LIDAR gun in your hands, but your jammer and algorithm worked better. All the while your competition had the oportunity to test and tweak thier algorithm against the same LIDAR gun(s).

I realize that AntiLaser sells most of thier products outside of the U.S., and that is why you have many modules that appeal to prospective customers throughout the world. I also realize that AntiLaser does not take the cheap way out like other manufacturers do by purchasing less expensive and lower quality components. However, one complaint that I have heard is the higher cost of the ALP compared to its competitors. In the U.S. and on many forums one competing brand has won the respect and loyalty of the masses. Your competitor has brainwashed many that their product can not be out performed. They state that they have the highest power laser diode of any laser jammer. They also state that they frequently release firmware updates. To penetrate the U.S. market, you need to be more competitive with your pricing, and in the U.S. voice alerts must be included in the price of the "base unit." It is too hard a sell at higher price-point.

From an installation standpoint all of the additonal modules can make it more difficult to install. If I have a radar module and a bluetooth module, these are two additonal pieces I need to secure. An all in one solution that one can attach an external speaker to for me is ideal, but I do see the benefits to having separate modules.

A WIFI connection with the iPod/iPad/iPhone/Android or a cellular connection with an iPad/iPhone/Android through which you can access the firmware update, and transmit to the CPU via bluetooth, is a feature I would like to see. I assume that we will be able to concurrently connect our iThings/android via bluetooth to both the ALP CPU as well as our bluetooth enabled car stereo.

For those using the wired controller/piezo speaker, a usb attachment on it to use for updates or as the theft deterrent key would be a nice addition. The USB port could also be used as an output for an externally powered speaker.

Thank you for listening and producing a great laser jammer.


               12-03-2013, 12:11 AM
               Tman



               I know the programming of the Alp is all done thru the firmware , but on some

specific functions i would like to use some dip switch , off hand i dont see which ones specifically ....but here is my grain fo salt.

Antilaser I know you from years ago , do you remember a customer from Canada ? i was at that time proposing the same idea ...dip switches.


               12-03-2013, 09:08 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       I realize that AntiLaser sells most of thier products outside of the U.S., and that is why you have many modules that appeal to prospective customers throughout the world.  I also realize that AntiLaser does not take the cheap way out like other manufacturers do by purchasing less expensive and lower quality components.   However, one complaint that I have heard is the higher cost of the ALP compared to its competitors.  In the U.S. and on many forums one competing brand has won the respect and loyalty of the masses.  Your competitor has brainwashed many that their product can not be out performed.  They state that they have the highest power laser diode of any laser jammer.  They also state that they frequently release firmware updates.   To penetrate the U.S. market, you need to be more competitive with your pricing, and in the U.S. voice alerts must be included in the price of the "base unit."  It is too hard a sell at higher price-point.

Thank you for listening and producing a great laser jammer.


This is misunderstood by many & assumptions have been made which do not relate to reality.The advertizing claim craftily OMITS the operative word that would correctly describe its true operating parameters.In truth,the ad should state as follows - "...the highest rated power laser diode of any laser jammer." "Rated" & "actual operating conditions" have two different meanings & certainly should not be thought of as being equal OR the same thing. The IR diode output is not producing anywhere near its rated capabilities.All one has to do is observe the intensity of each IR in a video display & to also consider the operating electrical current drawn by each Model:

AntiLaser Priority = 1250 ma. Competitor 8.9 = 750 ma.

Viewing the IR video output of the "Competitor" also reveals another eye-opening "lack of quality" fact,the photon pattern output is completely speckled throughout w/ far to many weak & dead zone holes I equate to Black Holes that may allow for P/T's in your defense screen.

AntiLaser - Priority http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgisHAQehMc

Competitor 8.9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrLmQ-ANjOo


               12-03-2013, 10:00 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       This is misunderstood by many & assumptions have been made which do not relate to reality.The advertizing claim craftily OMITS the operative word that would correctly describe its true operating parameters.In truth,the ad should state as follows - "...the highest rated power laser diode of any laser jammer." "Rated" & "actual operating conditions" have two different meanings & certainly should not be thought of as being equal OR the same thing. 

The IR diode output is not producing anywhere near its rated capabilities.All one has to do is observe the intensity of each IR in a video display & to also consider the operating electrical current drawn by each Model:

AntiLaser Priority = 1250 ma. Competitor 8.9 = 750 ma.

Viewing the IR video output of the "Competitor" also reveals another eye-opening "lack of quality" fact,the photon pattern output is completely speckled throughout w/ far to many weak & dead zone holes I equate to Black Holes that may allow for P/T's in your defense screen.

AntiLaser - Priority http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgisHAQehMc

Competitor 8.9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrLmQ-ANjOo


I agree, Its all a marketing ploy to advertise wattage being more powerful. We are not talking about brute force where more power would be helpful. There is no point is using a higher wattage diode than what is needed to do the job properly. In the past I used to do car audio installations and I could put a good quality amplifier against others that were rated at more than double the power and the lower better quality one would win all the time.


               12-03-2013, 11:47 AM
               Holla



               I dont think I have come across anything on this yet but what is the warranty on the Heads and CPU?


               12-03-2013, 12:08 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       I dont think I have come across anything on this yet but what is the warranty on the Heads and CPU?


2 Years on all ALP Products.


               12-04-2013, 08:51 PM
               RigToFly01



               BRD, We will be able to order them this week?  I think I remember someone saying that was a possibility.


               12-04-2013, 08:57 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       BRD, We will be able to order them this week?  I think I remember someone saying that was a possibility.


I have tracking and I am watching the package closely... As soon as it clears customs I will open the site to accepting orders. I have had packages stuck in customs for weeks but some clear in a day. I just dont want to accept orders until I know I have a shipping date I can give everyone. I would expect we should be able to ship them on Monday providing no customs issues.


               12-05-2013, 04:59 AM
               Antilaser



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       Denis, thank you for particpating here.  As one who participated in the testing of a preproduction ALP unit, I was impressed with the unit, but felt that some improvement needed to be made in the performance to match the Laser Interceptor.  Just before we tested a production unit with RadarRob and RedRocket, I stated that I thought......



Thanks for your compliments Yellowcab. The Laser recorder has in fact been implemented in G9 product as well ages ago but not nearly as sophisticated as the one in ALP products. With ALP you can record as much data as you like limited only by the size of your USB drive, and can just email it from your PC/smartphone/tablet when convenient.

You are right, all hardware components used in ALPriority products are original brandnames and not alibaba and such site sourcing like some competitor products.

Firmware updates over the iPhone connection are something that we have been looking into for the future. There are some nice features also coming up with the upcoming FW release, more on that soon.

BRD made a good point on Laser diode ratings. You should always look into all the data and not only rated value.


               12-05-2013, 08:44 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I have tracking and I am watching the package closely... As soon as it clears customs I will open the site to accepting orders.  I have had packages stuck in customs for weeks but some clear in a day.  I just dont want to accept orders until I know I have a shipping date I can give everyone.  I would expect we should be able to ship them on Monday providing no customs issues.


Very excited to get an alert that package moved into NY customs today... Maybe we will be lucky to see them tomorrow for weekend testing. Crossing my fingers.


               12-05-2013, 01:04 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               12-05-2013, 03:36 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I cant wait to start to play with it:

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You're going to overnight mine with Saturday delivery right?


               12-05-2013, 04:31 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       You're going to overnight mine with Saturday delivery right?


I just got them unpacked but I cant play with it yet. The firmware update is not online until tomorrow.


               12-05-2013, 05:19 PM
               RigToFly01



               Please put on aside for me. I really want one.


               12-05-2013, 07:51 PM
               GeekSpeak411



               I'm very excited to get my hands on one! My ALP Dual gets in tomorrow so I can install this weekend :D


               12-05-2013, 09:47 PM
               JohnBoy



               Just ordered mine :D


               12-06-2013, 06:42 PM
               RigToFly01



               Just ordered mine as well!  Standard shipping.


               12-06-2013, 10:39 PM
               RigToFly01



               BRD, I remember reading somewhere that the app supports the iphone 4 and up.  That is what I have and I just tried to download the app and it is telling me the app will not work on my phone.  Was I mistaken?


               12-06-2013, 10:41 PM
               Holla



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       BRD, I remember reading somewhere that the app supports the iphone 4 and up.  That is what I have and I just tried to download the app and it is telling me the app will not work on my phone.  Was I mistaken?


You need at least a Iphone 4S


               12-06-2013, 10:50 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       You need at least a Iphone 4S


Correct.. You need an apple device that supports Bluetooth 4.0

Based on the specs from apple the iPhone 4 Specs show that it only supports Bluetooth 2.1 Specifications on the 4S shows its Bluetooth 4.0

If you have the original 4 it would not be compatible and you can return it for a full refund and purchase it again when you eventually upgrade your phone.


               12-07-2013, 02:10 PM
               RigToFly01



               I am planing on upgrading soon so I will keep the order.  I have to be honest this is more like a closed beta with the amount phones this thing can actually communicate with.


               12-18-2013, 02:24 AM
               winterbrew



               Now in stock down under for us Aussies :)

http://www.dontgetcaught.com.au/cata...73/9998030.htm


               12-18-2013, 05:32 AM
               shanetrainST



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Now in stock down under for us Aussies :)

http://www.dontgetcaught.com.au/cata...73/9998030.htm


The fun's and joys of waiting for it to turn up in the post :( Aus Post is really slow, bought a 4S cheap just to use it when I get it. Thanks DGC for keeping us Aussies up to date on it release time here and my many phone calls about it :)


               12-18-2013, 12:58 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by shanetrainST


                       The fun's and joys of waiting for it to turn up in the post :( Aus Post is really slow, bought a 4S cheap just to use it when I get it.

Thanks DGC for keeping us Aussies up to date on it release time here and my many phone calls about it :)


Glad to see that everyone is getting them in stock and our friends from all over the world will get to experience the ALP Connect. I could not go back to not having it after using it for over a week already.


















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               11-05-2013, 02:18 PM
               RedRocket


               Seeking PEACE & Quiet


               Was taking a break from the CM enthusiasts arena for a while, although I just found a postmaster email w/ a link inviting me here.Stopped by & what do I see but several familiar faces have wandered in,also.

Would like to take the opportunity to say "Hi" to all.


               11-05-2013, 02:22 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome, Not very busy here but the company is quite good.  Nice to see you online again.


               11-05-2013, 09:38 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.    Glad you finally made it.


               11-05-2013, 09:38 PM
               mirage



               It's about time.  :p


               11-05-2013, 09:40 PM
               Firemedic



               Never know where your going to turn up Red.  :cool:


               11-05-2013, 11:17 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       It's about time.  :p


Wanted to make sure it was safe first,I think there's a price on my head.


               11-05-2013, 11:21 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Never know where your going to turn up Red.  :cool:


Yeah,I slipped in the door before they could lock it. Great to see another familiar face here.


















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               11-05-2013, 06:23 PM
               omega


               Hello


               I have no idea what happened, but I'm still here.  (Hadn't visited in a while due to life)


               11-05-2013, 06:34 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by omega


                       I have no idea what happened, but I'm still here.  (Hadn't visited in a while due to life)


Just some drama but we are past it and ready to move forward. Welcome to the forum. If you need any assistance with anything dont hesitate to ask.


               11-05-2013, 09:43 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   It seems you are a friend of BRD.


               11-05-2013, 09:44 PM
               mirage



               Life always gets in the way, but somehow we all keep coming back.


               11-05-2013, 11:28 PM
               RedRocket



               Life goes on as we all do,too.

Welcome to the Forum,look forward to your participation.


















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               11-05-2013, 07:07 PM
               Thumper67


               Hi Im Thumper67


               Hello everyone! First time here. Looking forward to reading and learning from others in this forum!!


               11-05-2013, 07:14 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome to the forum.  If you have any questions feel free to ask and we will do our best to help.


               11-05-2013, 07:39 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   Do you use a radar detector or any other equipment?


               11-05-2013, 09:42 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.


               11-05-2013, 11:31 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi Thumper67 & Welcome to the Forum.

We're all here to learn & help.Looking forward to you being active here.


















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               11-05-2013, 09:07 PM
               kasher1979


               Hello Everyone!  From Kasher1979


               Hello...  I am glad to be a part of this forum.  I look forward to talking with everyone.


               11-05-2013, 09:36 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.    Feel free to share our experiences.


               11-05-2013, 09:38 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.


               11-05-2013, 11:33 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi kasher1979,Welcome to the Forum & I look forward to hearing from you.


               11-06-2013, 08:29 PM
               ttNB



               What's up, welcome to the forum.


               11-06-2013, 08:32 PM
               kasher1979



               Thank you for the welcome.  Look forward to participating here.


















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               11-05-2013, 09:18 PM
               Firemedic


               Hello


               Received a news letter from BRD about new product and a link to this new site. May be a new site but I see a number of old names. (:  @ Red post count 1.

FM


               11-05-2013, 09:40 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.


               11-05-2013, 09:44 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the new forum fellow enthusiast.


               11-05-2013, 11:24 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome to the new neighborhood,Firemedic.


               11-07-2013, 08:07 PM
               Firemedic



               Thank you everyone.


               11-08-2013, 09:38 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Firemedic,

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        Raletc single head jammer test







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               10-23-2013, 10:35 PM
               Yellowcab


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               Since I have been involved in LIDAR testing, we have always questioned how well a single jammer head would perform in testing.  Due to time constraints for previous tests that I had participated in, a single head test was never done.  Testing two or more jammers is a time consuming affair.  For the testing we did on September 8, 2013, we knew testing three jammers would take all day.  One night, I figured out how we can test jammers with only one head during our regular testing and lengthen the testing period too much.  Just take one jammer head, install it on the rear of the test vehicle and shoot the car with LIDAR on the return trip.  

THE TEST COURSE:

For the testing of the dual setups on the front of the testing vehicle the testing course was about 1000 feet, so the testing course for the single head setup should be about 1000 feet to. WRONG! Since we were not shooting the car from directly in front of the vehicle, but were positioned in the weeds off of the road, we had an obstruction that limited the test course to 800 feet. Meet the tree.

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THE TEST VEHICLE:

We mounted one Jammer head on a Laser Interceptor bracket below the rear license plate. The jammer head was inspected to be level in both dimensions and parallel to the rear of the car.

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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION:

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Both the Laser Interceptor and the AntiLaser Priority performed very well. It should be noted that the Laser Interceptor does not effectively jam the “NOT A DALA (NAD)” Laser Interceptor needs to obtain this LIDAR, and I tried to have a conversation with Cliff to provide him with this LIDAR, but he hasn’t answered my calls. He did email me a FedEx shipping tag to send him the LIDAR, but I need to speak with him first. We did exchange a number of emails, where I stated that I would be willing to furnish him with the NAD, but due to Cliff accusing me of working for everyone from Dragon Eye Technologies to Blinder and other actions of his in an attempt to discredit me, I do not trust him. To ensure that this very expensive LIDAR gun would not be damaged and returned to me, I emailed Cliff that the only way I would allow him to have access to it, is that I would travel to meet him in Florida, and that he would pay for my transportation and hotel. I would pay for my own meals. He declined.

When a new or prospective user comes to this or other forum, and asks if one jammer head is sufficient to protect their car, the experience members have always said no. It is obvious that for the Blinder HP-905 this remains the case. The average punch through (PT) for the Blinder HP-905 was 361 feet, if you removed the data from the “NOT A DALA (NAD)” the average PT increases to 372 feet. I would not feel comfortable driving with this level of protection. When vehicle was targeted at the COM, the Blinder HP-905 performed well. With the exception of the Stalker 3.5, Truspeed S and with one exception, all COM shot were either JFG or under 100 feet, with 20 JFG, and 3 PTs of under 100 feet. When shooting the taillights the HP-905 did not protect the vehicle well enough. The Laser Interceptor had an average PT of 151 feet, but if you excluded the NAD, the average PT drops to 106 feet. If you notice for the data on the LTI Ultralyte 100LR, which is a 100pps, gun for the driver’s taillight there are two readings of 536 and 373 which have asterisk. Both PTs gave an incorrect corresponding speed reading of 64mph and 11mph respectively. The results of the Truspeed S show us how important it is to have the jammer head as close to the targeted area as possible. This is one reason I run a three head set up. In this test when the taillights were targeted there were significant PTs. However when COM was targeted, the LI was JFG. If you look at the data from the dual test, where the jammer heads were closer to the headlights and not too far from the COM, the headlight PTs were significantly lower than taillight PTs. If you look at the dual COM results there were PTs of 182, 225 and 318 feet. My feeling is if you had a LI head directly below each headlight and one above the license plate we would see a significant reduction or elimination of PTs. The result from the Truspeed testing is what I had expected. With the Truspeed’s narrow beam, it is much harder for one jammer head to detect a shot that is being aimed away from its location. I expected the Stalker 3.5 to obtain significant PTs, due to the history of this LIDAR. Excellent perfomance for LI against the Stalker!

Because the Antilaser Priority had four receiving diodes, compared to two receiving diodes in the Laser Interceptor, I expected it to perform much better than the LI did. The Antilaser Priority had an average PT of 125 feet, but if you exclude the NAD, it drops a little to 120 feet. In this test, the Antilaser out performed the other jammers with the exception of the Stalker 3.5. Some will say that this is not an issue, because the Stalker 3.5 is not in service on the street. To me as an enthusiast, I am concerned about this result. I want to know what is the best, and I want to figure out why this happened, and what can be done to make the laser jammer perform better. All Stalkers have the same pulse rate. The differences between the versions are: 1. Filtering software to detect jamming, back round IR noise, and inaccurate readings. 2. Optics between the Stalker LR and the Stalker Lasers. 3. The different beam pattern of the earlier Stalker LIDAR, and the later Stalker LIDAR and LR. Which one of these differences is causing the Priority not to jam the 3.5 well, I am not sure, but I think it may have to do with the lower power output of the Priority compared to the LI, and the filtering firmware of the 3.5.


















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               11-06-2013, 10:58 AM
               Salty


               New Guy here


               Hey all. I guess I'm the new guy here. :)


               11-06-2013, 11:08 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for making it over here.  I hope all is well with you and your family.


               11-06-2013, 11:59 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       Hey all. I guess I'm the new guy here. :)


That you are,but so aren't we all,really.Finding a quiet sanctuary has been a godsend for me. I am surprised but glad you found the Forum & Welcome aboard.


               11-06-2013, 12:26 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome noob!  :D


               11-06-2013, 02:52 PM
               ettempleton



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       Hey all. I guess I'm the new guy here. :)


Good to see you here Salty


               11-06-2013, 03:14 PM
               mirage



               Welcome stranger.  Took you long enough.


               11-09-2013, 07:32 AM
               dinkydi



               hi salty, gues were all juniors with an older twist :D


               11-09-2013, 08:09 AM
               KaPro



               Good to see you again!!


















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               11-06-2013, 01:34 PM
               Holla


               New but not New lol-----


               Just found the site--looks good so far!


               11-06-2013, 01:55 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome to the forum.  I see from your other posts you have an interest in the AL Priority, Did you already own one? Do you have any other countermeasures?


               11-06-2013, 01:59 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.  CMs?


               11-06-2013, 02:09 PM
               Holla



               I thought I registered with my other name "Holla" from the other site but got mixed up, so its me and Yes BRD you know I'm interested and just waiting for all the pieces to come together :)

I run a Red-Line and getting some Parking sensors soon


               11-06-2013, 02:23 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by icecoldak


                       I thought I registered with my other name "Holla" from the other site but got mixed up, so its me and Yes BRD you know I'm interested and just waiting for all the pieces to come together :)

I run a Red-Line and getting some Parking sensors soon


Now I know who you are.. Did you want your name changed? AntiLaser is shipping me some Radar Modules this week and I hope to get them next week to start to do some testing on the integration. Those that know me know I wont release anything unless its fully tested.


               11-06-2013, 02:34 PM
               Holla



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Now I know who you are.. Did you want your name changed?  AntiLaser is shipping me some Radar Modules this week and I hope to get them next week to start to do some testing on the integration.  Those that know me know I wont release anything unless its fully tested.


Sure that would be cool-- change me back to Holla thanks


               11-06-2013, 02:41 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   Looking forward to your participation.   It is nice seeing many familiar faces here.


               11-06-2013, 02:48 PM
               Holla



               Im just speaking out here but on the main page on the threads its hard to distinguish between when a new Post has been submitted in a thread because the colors are somewhat close?  I don't have 20/20 lol but changing to a different color would be better, I think?  Just a thought


               11-06-2013, 04:54 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome to the Forum,Holla.Glad you found us & came aboard.

I'm lovin' my AL-P & IMO it's the best sys. available & should be at the top of your "short list"!

RALETC has a blog site if you want to see Testing results & the IR output pattern of the AL-P if your interested. http://www.raletc.org/?m=0 (see Blog Archive for October & IR patterns)


















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               11-06-2013, 05:53 PM
               thesilverbullet


               thesiverbullet


               howdy everyone...


               11-06-2013, 05:55 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome to the forum.  Looks like you already have some serious detectors in your arsenal.


               11-06-2013, 06:05 PM
               thesilverbullet



               thanks to u and belcort...

never really studied the products beyond the product specifications until recently. always been on the bel side of the fence basically due to better volume and smaller size. never liked escort's dated looking thumb wheel for volume control. dumb luck i have a S7 the second one is a M4. but now that bel is dead (as far as windshield mounts) i've moved on to the RL and Max. and thanks to forums and you tube im better informed.


               11-06-2013, 08:58 PM
               RedRocket



               Howdy silverbullet & Welcome to the Forum.


               11-08-2013, 11:10 PM
               thesilverbullet



               thanks red


               11-08-2013, 11:17 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the newest radar detector forum on the Internet.  Feel free to participate in the discussions.   All opinions are welcome.


















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               11-06-2013, 08:22 PM
               ttNB


               Hello everyone!


               New to this forum, but not to CM's. See a few familiar names here 😎. 

Working with the Passport Max, and a dual set of ALPs, and they are excellent CMs.


               11-06-2013, 08:38 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome to our drama free forum. Hope all is well and I see you are very well protected.  How are your ALP's working out for you? Any encounters yet?


               11-06-2013, 08:44 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum ttNB.  How do you like your AL Priority and the MAX?   Please feel free to post your experiences and opinions.


               11-06-2013, 08:50 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome to the Forum,ttNB.

I'm runnin' a AL-P Dual myself,too.


















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        Max or Redline?







       Max or Redline?




               11-06-2013, 08:51 PM
               kasher1979


               Max or Redline?


               I like my Redline but I have been unsuccessful at really quieting it down like I want to.  I used SC55 for a while but it just requires something else on my windsheild and extra cords wife hated it...lol.  Escort Live never works right with it.   I really would LOVE the auto learn feature and just forget it.  Since a lot of the kinks have been getting worked out of the Max I have been thinking about giving the Redline some help and getting the Max again.

I used to own the Max when it first launced and I hated it because of all the falsing and inconsistency.

I am trying to decide if the loss of range on the Max would be really noticeable. Talked with BRD today which I really trust. Sounds like it may not be too much of a difference to matter now with the updates. Plus having auto learn just makes me want to buy one again.

Just curious what everyone else thinks. Larry from Escort told me today that the BSRDR Redline may out perform the Max on some alerts and then again the Max may out perform the Redline on some particular alerts. Thus making them pretty much equal as far as range is concerned. How do you guys feel about that statement

Thanks in advance for your help....

Kasher1979


               11-06-2013, 09:01 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Here is my official summary:

http://www.bestradardetectors.net/Es...scort-Max.html

We do like the Max now after several firmware updates that fixed the major issues. The Max still has some work to be done but for city driving I now recommend it. For Highway the Redline is still the king.


               11-06-2013, 09:28 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Here is my official summary:

http://www.bestradardetectors.net/Es...scort-Max.html

We do like the Max now after several firmware updates that fixed the major issues. The Max still has some work to be done but for city driving I now recommend it. For Highway the Redline is still the king.


Thanks! Nice write up there on your site. I do a lot of highway driving but when I get into the City it is so nice to have the auto learn feature. Just curious, but do you think that the Max is capable of finally becoming highway king as well? Just guessing, but I think on axis probably would be a toss up between RL and Max. Off Axis is where the RL really shines. So I think that is where it stands at the moment. I haven't tested but probably the On Axis detection is really similar. I do have the V1C and from what I have seen an on axis detection looks about the same with it and the BSRedline.


               11-06-2013, 10:12 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               I dont think the M4 will ever consistently beat an M3, It might get lucky here and there but the M3 platform is better and will in my opinion always beat the M4 in distance and off axis protection.


               11-07-2013, 03:36 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I dont think the M4 will ever consistently beat an M3, It might get lucky here and there but the M3 platform is better and will in my opinion always beat the M4 in distance and off axis protection.


That is how I have always felt too. I have not tested but get a feeling that on axis is going to be pretty much equal with off axis pretty much always going to the M3. I am not sure the M3 will ever be surpassed in the near future for off-axis detection.


               11-08-2013, 08:10 AM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       That is how I have always felt too.  I have not tested but get a feeling that on axis is going to be pretty much equal with off axis pretty much always going to the M3.  I am not sure the M3 will ever be surpassed in the near future for off-axis detection.


Nine has suggested as much, suggesting that the physical size and internal geometry has something to do with it. I have heard from those sufficiently close to engineering, though, that most (if not all) of the characteristics of the relative shape/size of the M4/M5 versus M3 can be mitigated by internal horn modifications. I suppose time will ultimately tell.

My biggest gripe with the Max is its inability to effectively filter out K-band FMCW from lane departure systems. When I wrote my preview article on the Max and suggested the possibility or potential, Escort never came back to me and told me, "no, that wasn't possible" or "no, not at the moment, but we'll get there." As a consequence, the one thing that I thought the marketing term "DNA" would refer to was the footprint of FMCW of K-band modulation. In my view, DNA remains MIA.

Until real progress is made or achieved in this regard, I will consider the Max to be a more sensitive and quick 9500ix replacement, but that's it...well short of what was promised.

For me, on that principal alone, the RL would be my goto detector of choice. That puppy's the real deal, now.

My .02.

VG


               11-08-2013, 08:11 AM
               Radarrob



               Redline for the win.


               11-08-2013, 09:46 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Veil Guy


                       Nine has suggested as much, suggesting that the physical size and internal geometry has something to do with it.  I have heard from those sufficiently close to engineering, though, that most (if not all) of the characteristics of the relative shape/size of the M4/M5 versus M3 can be mitigated by internal horn modifications.  I suppose time will ultimately tell.

My biggest gripe with the Max is its inability to effectively filter out K-band FMCW from lane departure systems. When I wrote my preview article on the Max and suggested the possibility or potential, Escort never came back to me and told me, "no, that wasn't possible" or "no, not at the moment, but we'll get there." As a consequence, the one thing that I thought the marketing term "DNA" would refer to was the footprint of FMCW of K-band modulation. In my view, DNA remains MIA.

Until real progress is made or achieved in this regard, I will consider the Max to be a more sensitive and quick 9500ix replacement, but that's it...well short of what was promised.

For me, on that principal alone, the RL would be my goto detector of choice. That puppy's the real deal, now.

My .02.

VG


Bob,

I agree with your comments. At this point the Max initial claims have been changed and they no longer advertise it the same as they originally did. The Max is a very good detector for someone that needs the lockouts like Kasher1979 does. The Max is the best city radar detector available at the moment. For raw performance and highway use we still recommend the Redline but for most city drivers that want the ability to ignore the door sensors etc. the Max fits the bill and is much better than the old 9500ix. Maybe next year or later they might introduce a max on the M3 platform but if they do I hope they do not push the price up. $550 retail is already too high for windshield mounted detector in my opinion.


               11-08-2013, 11:37 AM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Bob,

I agree with your comments. At this point the Max initial claims have been changed and they no longer advertise it the same as they originally did. The Max is a very good detector for someone that needs the lockouts like Kasher1979 does. The Max is the best city radar detector available at the moment. For raw performance and highway use we still recommend the Redline but for most city drivers that want the ability to ignore the door sensors etc. the Max fits the bill and is much better than the old 9500ix. Maybe next year or later they might introduce a max on the M3 platform but if they do I hope they do not push the price up. $550 retail is already too high for windshield mounted detector in my opinion.


Tom,

I suppose they can afford to (although I still see DNA references). They've already "shattered all previous sales records." Now the crumbs are left with "more realistic?" marketing claims for the dealers that got stuck with 9500ix's. Sorry, but got a bad taste from this launch, which is a real shame. I personally invested a lot of time, energy, excitement, and out-of-pocket expenses on the "promises" of the Max. Once bitten, twice shy...

Bob


               11-08-2013, 12:05 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Veil Guy


                       I suppose they can afford to (although I still see DNA references).  They've already "shattered all previous sales records."  Now the crumbs are left with "more realistic?" marketing claims for the dealers that got stuck with 9500ix's.  Sorry, but got a bad taste from this launch, which is a real shame.  I personally invested a lot of time, energy, excitement, and out-of-pocket expenses on the "promises" of the Max.  Once bitten, twice shy...

VG


Very understandable there. When you talk to the folks at Escort they still hold firmly to it that the Max "out performs" the BS RDR Redline. I am sure they have been told to say that. It is like that old saying, "That's my story and I'm sticking to it." Bob I know you have had pretty extensive time with the Max out on the Road. Do you feel like it's range is in the ballpark with the BS Redline at least. I am not expecting to get better range even though escort says so. However I really want the auto learn feature right now for the city and just had hoped that the range would be in the ballpark with Redline BSRDR and the V1C. My Max will be here hopefully tomorrow or Monday. Thanks goes our to Best Radar Detectors for all of the help in deciding on purchasing the Max again.

Kevin


               11-08-2013, 06:10 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       Very understandable there.  When you talk to the folks at Escort they still hold firmly to it that the Max "out performs" the BS RDR Redline.  I am sure they have been told to say that.  It is like that old saying, "That's my story and I'm sticking to it."  Bob I know you have had pretty extensive time with the Max out on the Road.  Do you feel like it's range is in the ballpark with the BS Redline at least.  I am not expecting to get better range even though escort says so.  However I really want the auto learn feature right now for the city and just had hoped that the range would be in the ballpark with Redline BSRDR and the V1C.  My Max will be here hopefully tomorrow or Monday.  Thanks goes our to Best Radar Detectors for all of the help in deciding on purchasing the Max again.

Kevin


Kevin,

Frankly, as a detector in its own right, I never had any issues regarding range. The Max appeared, as I recall, very close in most circumstances to the Redline, with the exception to off axis or stray signals (particularly evidenced on Nine's test course when we ran together). I felt X band was exceptional. Perhaps range has improved somewhat (on other bands) with later versions of firmware (or other undisclosed mfr improvements), but that never was an issue for me. It was plenty good, IMO. Of course the misses I encountered, as did DJ, perhaps were isolated events so hopefully they are non issues today. Laser, I haven't accumulated enough real-world experiences to comment on it, however from what I have seen from other posts, is that the Max is less than stellar in this regard.

My issue with the Max is how much its performance was disconnected from the wild-over-the-top claims that were made. I bought into them only to have been let down on a number of levels, setting back how I now look at Escort as a mfr, overall.

From the Max's performance stand point, its apparent inability to filter out K-band FMCW is one of the biggest let downs. That's where I fully expected the Max to shine based upon their claims and reaction to my preview article. In my mind, that coupled with superior false rejection (without reliance on GPS) could have made this detector very very special.

If your primary concern is range and range alone, then I believe the Max has sufficient range to be classified as a premium detector.

From where I sit, I am looking beyond that simple metric, placing high value on other performance and behavioral characteristics which are just as (if not more) important to me. Personally, I would consider a Redline for the highway and perhaps a detector like a CR90 for the city. The CR90 is a pleasure to drive around town with and it has demonstrated that it can handle lane departure systems in a manner that has no equal.

Bob


               11-08-2013, 06:39 PM
               KaPro



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Veil Guy


                       Frankly, as a detector in its own right, I never had any issues regarding range.  The Max appeared, as I recall, very close in most circumstances to the Redline, with the exception to off axis or stray signals (particularly evidenced on Nine's test course when we ran together).  I felt X band was exceptional.  Perhaps range has improved somewhat (on other bands) with later versions of firmware (or other undisclosed mfr improvements), but that never was an issue for me.  It was plenty good, IMO.  Of course the misses I encountered, as did DJ, perhaps were isolated events so hopefully they are non issues today.  Laser, I haven't accumulated enough real-world experiences to comment on it, however from what I have seen from other posts, is that the Max is less than stellar in this regard.

My issue with the Max is how much its performance was disconnected from the wild-over-the-top claims that were made. I bought into them only to have been let down on a number of levels, setting back how I now look at Escort as a mfr, overall.

From the Max's performance stand point, its apparent inability to filter out K-band FMCW is one of the biggest let downs. That's where I fully expected the Max to shine based upon their claims and reaction to my preview article. In my mind, that coupled with superior false rejection (without reliance on GPS) could have made this detector very very special.

If your primary concern is range and range alone, then I believe the Max has sufficient range to be classified as a premium detector.

From where I sit, I am looking beyond that simple metric, placing high value on other performance and behavioral characteristics which are just as (if not more) important to me. Personally, I would consider a Redline for the highway and perhaps a detector like a CR90 for the city. The CR90 is a pleasure to drive around town with and it has demonstrated that it can handle lane departure systems in a manner that has no equal.

Bob


Good to hear that the CR90 deals with the LDS's well. My question is If the CR90 is so good at that, I wonder how good it is against K band I/O? (PSP)


               11-08-2013, 09:01 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       Good to hear that the CR90 deals with the LDS's well. My question is If the CR90 is so good at that, I wonder how good it is against K band I/O? (PSP)



I believe the "filtering" of FMCW is done in such a manner as to not take a hair cut in sensitivity to conventional CW K. To be sure, K-band reception is not in the realm of the M3s and the M5, especially with off-axis, but around town I don't desire extreme sensitivity to off-axis anyway. Mostly door openers there.

The reactivity of the CR90 can be tailored in fine increments to still allow for plenty of quickness to K I/O, I have found. I believe FMCW K-band and lidar-based vehicle systems are the biggest nuisance facing us drivers today, not fixed position door openers or other stationery CW,. GPS lockout and Live are toothless in this area. But, Whistler is handling these with aplomb. No marketing hype here, just capability.

It's been on my windshield for some time now...the Max, not. :)

VG


               11-08-2013, 09:18 PM
               KaPro



               Hmmm, good to know. I may look into a CR90. I'm still running my RX65 (S7) and it is still rocking. :cool: I will admit that it (RX) was not rocking so much in Ohio last week. Them thar TSR transceivers are a real drag. I did not dare turn off K band as I'm not sure what all bands OSP and the locals are running.


               11-08-2013, 09:26 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       Hmmm, good to know. I may look into a CR90. I'm still running my RX65 (S7) and it is still rocking. :cool: I will admit that it (RX) was not rocking so much in Ohio last week. Them thar TSR transceivers are a real drag. I did not dare turn off K band as I'm not sure what all bands OSP and the locals are running.



Getting nostalgic listening to you about your RX65, an old time favorite! :) I need to run with that puppy for a while. What a terrific sentry to have along for the ride. A real classic. Perhaps, I hope, one day, that Beltronics can (appropriately) one-up the Max. That would be the natural order of things... Action Express anyone? :)

Bob


               11-08-2013, 09:41 PM
               KaPro



               I believe it was Beltronics engineers who originally invented the S7 horn, no? Also BS/RDR? (Vector 985) I wish the magnum was put together to accept BS/RDR. I'm a bel fan at heart.


               11-08-2013, 09:42 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       Very understandable there.  When you talk to the folks at Escort they still hold firmly to it that the Max "out performs" the BS RDR Redline.  I am sure they have been told to say that.  It is like that old saying, "That's my story and I'm sticking to it."  Bob I know you have had pretty extensive time with the Max out on the Road.  Do you feel like it's range is in the ballpark with the BS Redline at least.  I am not expecting to get better range even though escort says so.  However I really want the auto learn feature right now for the city and just had hoped that the range would be in the ballpark with Redline BSRDR and the V1C.  My Max will be here hopefully tomorrow or Monday.  Thanks goes our to Best Radar Detectors for all of the help in deciding on purchasing the Max again.

Kevin


[WARNING: SLIGHTLY OFF TOPIC]

Reminds me of another disingenuous promise called Ocare.

Remember these tidbits?

Marketing:

1) If you like your plan, you can keep it, period. 2) Premium rates will go down.

Reality:

1) Small business group plans are being cancelled (not renewed) as we speak. Reports from news outlets that only a small set of people are affected who had direct insurance, completely untrue. Small businesses (80% of the employment generators) are being adversely affected in wholesale fashion.

2) Costs have risen 25%, 20%, 15% previous three years, and for this coming year, a whopping 60%! That's nearly a tripling in premium costs for our employees in just four years. Obscene! What's Offordable about the ACA? :rolleyes:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMBZDwf9dok

[/WARNING]


               11-08-2013, 10:40 PM
               thesilverbullet



               the max is much quieter in the city because of the gps features.  but on the highway the max is just as K band chatty (and worst on Ka for a lack of bs) as the RL.  

u can quieten the RL down with EL


               11-08-2013, 10:45 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       I believe it was Beltronics engineers who originally invented the S7 horn, no? Also BS/RDR? (Vector 985) I wish the magnum was put together to accept BS/RDR. I'm a bel fan at heart.


Indeed. And, of course, the M3 platform! Woah! :)


               11-09-2013, 06:28 AM
               KaPro



               Forgot about the M3!!


               11-13-2013, 11:38 AM
               EscortRadar



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by thesilverbullet


                       the max is much quieter in the city because of the gps features.  but on the highway the max is just as K band chatty (and worst on Ka for a lack of bs) as the RL.  

u can quieten the RL down with EL


A properly functioning Passport Max using the latest software, v1.6, is not chatty on Ka. Far less chatty on Ka than a RedLine using 2/5/8 segments and with RDR disabled. K band alerts on the highway are mostly from vehicle collision avoidance systems. Both detectors are going to detect these although, due to its extra detection range, Max will pick these up sooner and probably show them as a stronger signal than RedLine.

Beltronics has been a subsidiary of Escort Inc since Escort Inc purchased Beltronics in the early 2000's. Since then we have been one happy family with our HQ in West Chester (historically Escort Inc) and our production facility in Mississauga, Ontario (historically Beltronics). Our first co-developed radar detector was the Passport 8500 which was quickly crowned "The World's Best" radar detector.


               11-13-2013, 08:04 PM
               thesilverbullet



               thanks for the info big L. spoken like a true salesman...

i love my max & rl. the max's gps features really help to quieten the false alerts and the automute is better on the max.

u need to take this one step further and add a full gps map so that the max knows the PSL (wo/ the aid of another device) and auto-mute if your actual speed is less than the PSL (or a user setting of PSL+X, where x is a user setting of 0-20). an easier option would be to have an individual cruise alert setting for each sensitivity mode (highway, auto & auto no x)

as for your comments i total disagree - the max is much more chatty on 33.6 and 33.9 ka than my rl. my rl is generally zero chatty on ka especially for 33.6 & 33.9 alerts. i know exactly where the "highway" k sources are from. the max and rl are equally as chatty at highway speeds on k from these alerts.

i know all about the belcort marriage - not sure of your point here...

define "best" - i can say that about anything... give me data with all the test conditions / variables... i would take a rx65 s7 over an 8500 especially with the 8500's original firmware any day of the week.

stats don't lie only statisticians...


               11-14-2013, 04:17 PM
               EscortRadar



               Let's look at your Passport Max.  v1.6 should have eliminated the 33.6 alerts (from other radar detectors).  Others that have had their Max serviced for Ka falsing have reported that they no longer receive 33.9 alerts.  Send me a private message with name, address and email address and I will set up the service order for you.


               11-14-2013, 04:26 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by EscortRadar


                       Let's look at your Passport Max.  v1.6 should have eliminated the 33.6 alerts (from other radar detectors).  Others that have had their Max serviced for Ka falsing have reported that they no longer receive 33.9 alerts.  Send me a private message with name, address and email address and I will set up the service order for you.


The only time mine falses to 33.*** alerts is when pop is turned on. Those that are having problems with this do you have pop turned on?


               11-14-2013, 05:55 PM
               EscortRadar



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       The only time mine falses to 33.*** alerts is when pop is turned on.  Those that are having problems with this do you have pop turned on?


That is normal, you are probably detecting other nearby radar detectors. When you enable POP detection on all of our detectors it is disabling many of the Ka false alert suppression processes. I recommend leaving POP detection off (factory default setting).


               11-14-2013, 07:21 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by EscortRadar


                       That is normal, you are probably detecting other nearby radar detectors.  When you enable POP detection on all of our detectors it is disabling many of the Ka false alert suppression processes.  I recommend leaving POP detection off (factory default setting).


Yes agreed.... I personally leave pop off on all of my detectors. Except V1 for obvious reasons....

However I turned it on max just for testing and curiosity. That is why I asked if the others that are complaining of the ka falses Might possibly have pop enabled.


               11-21-2013, 06:18 PM
               thesilverbullet



               thanks for the pop info.  yes - i run pop on.  lots of 33.8 in my area.  i noticed that low signals from 33.8 guns show lower freq. but never as low as 33.6. 

the lowest freq that i have confirmed was in the 33.7 range as little as a 1/2 mile out and it quickly turned into a 33.8 inside of 1/8 mile with leo clearly visible running covered c/o.

however, i do run pop off on my RL. So i will turn pop off on the max and reevaluate the two as far as which is the "chattiest" on ka.


               11-21-2013, 06:30 PM
               thesilverbullet



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by EscortRadar


                       That is normal, you are probably detecting other nearby radar detectors.  When you enable POP detection on all of our detectors it is disabling many of the Ka false alert suppression processes.  I recommend leaving POP detection off (factory default setting).


thanks for the info - i'm keeping it on now for sure - i love the idea of disabling as much suppression as possible. i keep wishing for a super highway mode to completely drop filtering altogether - lol


















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               11-06-2013, 09:15 PM
               Won Hunglo


               Hello


               Hi. Looking forward to learning how to tune my Cobra. As Casey Kasem used to say, keep your feet on the ground and keep aiming, I mean reaching for the stars.

I actually love Cobras. They are the only thing keeping radar detectors legal.:cool:


               11-06-2013, 11:39 PM
               RedRocket



               Another surprise & nice of you to stop by,Won - Welcome to the Forum.


               11-07-2013, 12:28 AM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   Glad you made it over here.  Looks like Mirage has the itch to do some testing soon.   We should a get together soon.


               11-07-2013, 06:55 AM
               mirage



               About time... Geez some people...;)


               11-07-2013, 07:41 AM
               Radarrob



               Good to see you over here holy cow!


               11-07-2013, 08:51 AM
               mirage



               Get ready it's going to be time to test soon!!  AL on the way.


               11-07-2013, 08:54 AM
               curmudgeon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Won Hunglo


                       Hi. Looking forward to learning how to tune my Cobra. As Casey Kasem used to say, keep your feet on the ground and keep aiming, I mean reaching for the stars.

I actually love Cobras. They are the only thing keeping radar detectors legal.:cool:


LMAO!!!!!

Glad to see ya here:cool:


               11-07-2013, 10:24 AM
               Qui-Gon



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               11-07-2013, 10:45 AM
               Radarrob


               Take a video tour of Michael Jordan’s Chicago-area mansion


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               11-07-2013, 10:52 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Wow.. Twitter Opens at $45.10


               IPO Price was $26 and today on its first day of trading it opened at $45.10 - These guys are crazy! This company is not even profitable.


               11-07-2013, 11:05 AM
               mirage



               I'm sure it's institutional buys, but still unbelievable guess we will see if it will sustain.  Somehow I doubt it, but no telling at this point.  :confused:


               11-17-2013, 03:25 PM
               RigToFly01



               I got some on day 3 at 40.5.  I wanted to buy FB when it was down in the slumps and I did not.  I was not going to miss this bus as well.


               11-17-2013, 08:48 PM
               RedRocket



               Where's the revenue???

W/O cash flow it's waaaaaay over-priced! Better chance of making money by "shorting" it.


               11-18-2013, 01:27 AM
               GotWake



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Where's the revenue???

W/O cash flow it's waaaaaay over-priced! Better chance of making money by "shorting" it.


It looks like they are on pace for $600 million revenue. But, revenue isn't going to be anywhere close to where it needs to be for market cap of $23 billion. Here's a good write up.

I think it's gambling to buy into these companies just because of hype. Everyone loves to make some quick money, but a stick like this will burn you.


















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               11-07-2013, 10:56 AM
               Radarrob


               Stalker's CopTrax in-car video system conducts successful field trial using glasses


               http://www.stalkerradar.com/company_news.shtml


















        Stalker's CopTrax in-car video system conducts successful field trial using glasses







       Stalker's CopTrax in-car video system conducts successful field trial using glasses




















        Stalker's CopTrax in-car video system conducts successful field trial using glasses







       Stalker's CopTrax in-car video system conducts successful field trial using glasses




















        AL Priority R/G Module Photo's







       AL Priority R/G Module Photo's




               11-07-2013, 01:34 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               1 Attachment(s)


               AL Priority R/G Module Photo's


               I have some in transit to me to start testing in the US next week.

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Due to some popular demand they will also support those V1 Fans. Sti-R Plus is first priority and I cant wait to start testing this next week!


               11-07-2013, 01:38 PM
               mirage



               I'd be happy to test the V1 for ya!  ;)


               11-15-2013, 05:11 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               3 Attachment(s)


               Received several of these modules today and will start testing this weekend.  Took a few more pictures:

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               11-30-2013, 04:56 PM
               GeekSpeak411



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I have some in transit to me to start testing in the US next week.

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Due to some popular demand they will also support those V1 Fans. Sti-R Plus is first priority and I cant wait to start testing this next week!


What kind of V1 integration are they looking at? I could see anything from just making the ALP radar-aware, to full integration bringing the arrows in-app and putting the V1 in dark mode as well as offering savvy sound alerts through the app, or even replacing the V1 Connect dongle completely allowing apps like YaV1 access the V1 through the ALP bluetooth module while the ALP app accesses the ALP saving money. I'd be very interested in linking them both together in to one integration. I'm definitely open to beta testing!


               11-30-2013, 05:56 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by GeekSpeak411


                       What kind of V1 integration are they looking at? I could see anything from just making the ALP radar-aware, to full integration bringing the arrows in-app and putting the V1 in dark mode as well as offering savvy sound alerts through the app, or even replacing the V1 Connect dongle completely allowing apps like YaV1 access the V1 through the ALP bluetooth module while the ALP app accesses the ALP saving money. I'd be very interested in linking them both together in to one integration. I'm definitely open to beta testing!


Sorry, V1 Integration is at the end of a long list of things to get done first. There are no plans other than it was tested to make sure the same module could communicate using ESP with the V1. We have not mentioned it because its not coming anytime soon.


               12-18-2013, 02:25 AM
               winterbrew



               Now in stock down under for us Aussies :) ;

http://www.dontgetcaught.com.au/cata...73/9998028.htm


















        AL Priority R/G Module Photo's







       AL Priority R/G Module Photo's




















        AL Priority R/G Module Photo's







       AL Priority R/G Module Photo's




















        The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs







       The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs




               10-24-2013, 02:42 PM
               Radarrob


               The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs


               http://www.lawofficer.com/article/review/laser-sharp


















        The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs







       The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs




















        The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs







       The Laser Ally might be just the ticket for your lidar needs




















        TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results







       TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results




               11-07-2013, 01:39 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results


               Received the email below from a friend and felt the need to share:

...

TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results : December 2012 Statistics On Airport Full Body Screening From TSA :

Terrorists Discovered 0 Transvestites 133 Hernias 1,485 Hemorrhoid Cases 3,172 Enlarged Prostates 8,249 Breast Implants 59,350 Natural Blondes 3

It was also discovered that 308 politicians had no balls.


               11-08-2013, 11:03 PM
               thesilverbullet



               3 blondes and no balls - LOL


               11-09-2013, 06:46 AM
               KaPro



               .....and I thought this was serious. :p Good one!


















        TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results







       TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results




















        TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results







       TSA disclosed the following Airport Screening Results




















        Police officer surfing on his motorcycle







       Police officer surfing on his motorcycle




               11-07-2013, 03:43 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


               Police officer surfing on his motorcycle


               This is old but even still today I get a laugh when viewing this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7-UAlrwzPQ


               11-08-2013, 11:02 PM
               thesilverbullet



               i love it...  u sure he's a cop?  LOL


















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       Police officer surfing on his motorcycle




















        gu day







       gu day




               11-08-2013, 04:42 AM
               deano


               gu day


               joining in from Australia ..

got the news letter from brd thanks mate forum looks in good shape nice work


               11-08-2013, 09:01 AM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   Hope all is well in AUS.


               11-08-2013, 09:40 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Deano,  

Thanks for passing by. I know you have been using your ALP for a while and if you could share some of your experiences I would appreciate it. If I can assist you with anything please let me know.


               11-08-2013, 09:44 AM
               mirage



               Welcome Deano


               11-08-2013, 06:00 PM
               deano



               thanks to all for the welcomes 

brd the ALP is an awesome unit I currently use 5 heads on the rear on a landrover discovery .I did want to use the ALP on the front but as it happens I already have the quad LI installed and some places I had to cut and drill holes so im stuck with the LI on the front for now but happy both ways ..

from testing mine and a friends ALP they are a very powerfull unit I did see a couple of PTs at first with my 5 head system but we worked it out that the ALP has port detection ie if a front port jammer head detected only the front ports would alert and fire

my 5 head system on the rear I had the 3 front ports on the left side and the 2 rear ports on the right side but because of the design of the vehicle some heads where hidden because of a mounted spare wheel on the rear and some of these heads are angled out left and right for the good old poliscan infact out of 5 heads only one head is mounted level and straight the othe 4 heads angled out at 12 degrees and 35 degrees

when I targeted the right side only 2 heads fired and because my number plate is located on the far left side ..bearing in mind there is a big 4wd wheel mounted on my rear right 

I figured that if I swap some ports around on the cpu so when I get a lidar shot on the right side at least one or two more heads fired on the left and vise versa after swapping some ports to allow the heads to allow more coverage I was JFG with 3 different lidar guns all day long

the detection range also seems to be allot stronger than other jammers I have used ..some times my rear heads alert on a rear poliscan but I hadn't passed the poliscan for anther 100ft or so

other wise im very happy with the ALP not with the price tag though but that's an Australian rip off thing maybe I wont use some of add on features but cant go wrong with the ALP

deanoobaby

ps

I will drop by every now and again I very rarely get on forums much I haven't been on the other forum for some time now but still drop in every now and again flat out at the moment with work and baby stuff LOL


               11-08-2013, 06:22 PM
               dinkydi



               yep same joined last night, i didn't know about this forum until i read a post in our sec from wb referring to the alp,


               11-08-2013, 10:52 PM
               deano



               hey dink fishing was good mate I will post some vids and pics  on both forums ..I will have to keep some vids private as some shark vids may affend others ie utube users 

anys ways nice to see some good old friendly names on this forum


               11-09-2013, 06:48 PM
               dinkydi



               got the vids yet, if so link please :)


               11-10-2013, 11:51 AM
               curmudgeon



               Welcome deano...............glad to see the down under club growing


               11-11-2013, 03:34 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi deano,glad you found the Forum & Welcome aboard.


               12-28-2013, 01:09 PM
               Youthan



               Hello Deano


               12-29-2013, 12:09 PM
               Tman



               Welcome Deano ....any pics of your install ?


               12-29-2013, 12:34 PM
               max



               Welcome from Toronto...


               12-29-2013, 01:09 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.


















        gu day







       gu day




















        gu day







       gu day




















        hi guy's







       hi guy's




               11-08-2013, 06:36 AM
               dinkydi


               hi guy's


               another Ozzie hello all


               11-08-2013, 09:03 AM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   It is nice to have you here.


               11-08-2013, 09:39 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for stopping by and becoming part of our forum.  If there is anything I can assist you with please let us know.


               11-08-2013, 09:47 AM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum we have a few Ozzie's now.


               11-08-2013, 05:42 PM
               dinkydi



               thanks for the welcomes and to brd ,


               11-08-2013, 06:05 PM
               deano



               hey dinky welcome mate I just joined in last night


               11-08-2013, 06:16 PM
               dinkydi



               same here looks ya had a good fishing trip


               11-08-2013, 06:23 PM
               Veil Guy



               g'day mate


               11-11-2013, 03:57 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome aboard,dinkydi.It's great to see olde friends renewing acquaintances again here in this Forum.Glad ya' found us.


















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        hi guy's







       hi guy's




















        Speedgun® Pro







       Speedgun® Pro




               11-08-2013, 07:23 AM
               Radarrob


               Speedgun® Pro


               http://mphradar.com/radar_lidar.php?product=speedgunpro


















        Speedgun® Pro







       Speedgun® Pro




















        Speedgun® Pro







       Speedgun® Pro




















        Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally







       Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally




               11-08-2013, 07:32 AM
               Radarrob


               Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nwj5S3RXypo


















        Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally







       Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally




















        Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally







       Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR Speed Gun by Digital Ally




















        ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon







       ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon




               11-08-2013, 07:42 AM
               Radarrob


               ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j_On_1zRig


               11-08-2013, 07:44 AM
               Radarrob



               This alpr is used by me.I went by a cop and they could not scan my plates.


               11-10-2013, 04:55 PM
               ettempleton



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       This alpr is used by me.I went by a cop and they could not scan my plates.


How did you achieve this?


               11-11-2013, 08:54 PM
               dinkydi



               be no good here in OZ, get pulled straight away if leo  did not get a reading, they are pretty hot with anpr in leo units


               11-12-2013, 09:04 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       This alpr is used by me.I went by a cop and they could not scan my plates.


I suspect Rob is using something he showed to me in the past.We actually "tested" it against his kitchen door w/ a Lidar unit when I was visiting...I was surprised by the results. Sorry,my lips are sealed ! ;)


               11-12-2013, 03:10 PM
               Radarrob



               I might take it off mabe,I've been getting pulled over.


















        ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon







       ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon




















        ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon







       ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recon




















        Google Glass How-to: Getting Started







       Google Glass How-to: Getting Started




               11-08-2013, 07:49 AM
               Radarrob


               Google Glass How-to: Getting Started


               http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EvNxWhskf8


















        Google Glass How-to: Getting Started







       Google Glass How-to: Getting Started




















        Google Glass How-to: Getting Started







       Google Glass How-to: Getting Started




















        Truspeed SE







       Truspeed SE




               11-08-2013, 07:57 AM
               Radarrob


               Truspeed SE


               http://www.lasertech.com/TruSpeed-SX...px?ad=redir480


               11-08-2013, 08:03 AM
               mirage



               Hmm... Apparently the same as the Truspeed-S internal wise, but with the bluetooth option that looks pretty awesome.  Would be great for testing.  Damn it Rob quit posting this stuff you're making me spend money again! :cool:


               11-08-2013, 01:38 PM
               Radarrob



               I've used it already;)


               11-08-2013, 01:39 PM
               Radarrob



               The firmware is different.


               11-08-2013, 01:42 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       The firmware is different.


But more importantly is the pulse rate the same? If not we will have to get one recorded.


               11-08-2013, 02:22 PM
               Radarrob



               The Se and SX cost 6k+ each.


















        Truspeed SE







       Truspeed SE




















        Truspeed SE







       Truspeed SE




















        Stalker XLR







       Stalker XLR




               11-08-2013, 07:59 AM
               Radarrob


               Stalker XLR


               http://www.stalkerradar.com/pdf/006-...chure-RevB.pdf


















        Stalker XLR







       Stalker XLR




















        Stalker XLR







       Stalker XLR




















        8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert







       8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert




               10-24-2013, 03:08 PM
               Radarrob


               8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert


               My first Escort Live laser alert



















        8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert







       8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert




















        8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert







       8500 x50 black Escort Live laser alert




















        Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected







       Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected




               11-08-2013, 08:03 AM
               Radarrob


               Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected


               http://www.myfoxhouston.com/story/23...iver-suspected


















        Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected







       Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected




















        Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected







       Watch: Car slams into Ferndale police car, drunken driver suspected




















        10 best car apps for smartphones







       10 best car apps for smartphones




               11-08-2013, 08:09 AM
               Radarrob


               10 best car apps for smartphones


               http://autos.yahoo.com/photos/10-bes...nes-slideshow/


               11-08-2013, 06:21 PM
               Veil Guy



               Condolences goes out to RadarActive, an awesome free product/app that was killed off by Escort so that Live could be sold as a subscription service.


















        10 best car apps for smartphones







       10 best car apps for smartphones




















        10 best car apps for smartphones







       10 best car apps for smartphones




















        Hi from Saratoga, NY







       Hi from Saratoga, NY




               11-08-2013, 03:29 PM
               Stalkervision


               Hi from Saratoga, NY


               Hi.

Can I enter to win a detector?


               11-08-2013, 03:33 PM
               admin



               Hang around and participate and you will be part of the Back Friday drawing for a Gift Certificate.  If you win you can buy your own detector.


               11-08-2013, 07:28 PM
               Yellowcab



               Hello Mr. StalkerVision.  Long time no hear. If you win the $300 gift certificate, what would you purchase?


               11-08-2013, 11:54 PM
               Yellowcab



               The person who registered as StalkerVision is not the same StalkerVision that we knew on other forums.   I banned this StalkerVision because he joined here just to create drama.


               11-09-2013, 01:19 AM
               dinkydi



               welcome ,new on myself  :)


















        Hi from Saratoga, NY







       Hi from Saratoga, NY




















        Hi from Saratoga, NY







       Hi from Saratoga, NY




















        Done with the bs







       Done with the bs




               11-08-2013, 06:25 PM
               KaPro


               Done with the bs


               Hey gents. New to the site but definitely not the hobby. Have not been around alot because of all the "goings on" elsewhere. Glad to find the sane gang again. Hope it stays this way. Thanks to RR for recommending this site to me. Glad to be here. Scott


               11-08-2013, 07:13 PM
               dinkydi



               hi kp, yep lets hope it stay's this way


               11-08-2013, 07:29 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.  Looking forward to your participation.   You have been missed.


               11-08-2013, 09:29 PM
               curmudgeon



               Delighted you're here


               11-08-2013, 10:48 PM
               thesilverbullet



               when i saw the thread title "done with bs" - i was thinking band segmenting - LOL


               11-09-2013, 02:49 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Doing out best to keep it Drama free and just get back to the basics of running a clean forum.  Thanks for visiting and if I can be of any assistance with anything let me know.


               11-11-2013, 03:47 PM
               RedRocket



               Hey KaPro,surprised to see you active again & that you decided to join-in,Welcome to the Forum.
       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by thesilverbullet


                       when i saw the thread title "done with bs" - i was thinking band segmenting - LOL


Segmenting did happen when a band of the fed-up departed. ;) Peace & Love to all.


















        Done with the bs







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        ALP production question For AL or BRD







       ALP production question For AL or BRD




               11-09-2013, 10:58 AM
               Firemedic


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               ALP production question For AL or BRD


               I have a suggestion for the ALP control set.  Rather then the control set being hard wired at the controller and a single RJ 45 clip at the end of this wire, would it be possible to have a RJ 45 socket at the control set so you would be able to unplug and remove the control set.  This would be very use full in areas where it is not legal for jammers

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               11-09-2013, 04:29 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               The Control set is around 1/8" thick and way to small for a jack.  Even if jammers are not allowed there is nothing on the item nor the sensors that would even imply its defense system.  The Manual, Box, Etc. are 100% designed as a parking system.  If you have an iPhone wait for the Bluetooth module and you can use your smartphone as the controller.  You will be able to activate the system and fully control it directly from the phone app.

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               11-09-2013, 10:04 PM
               Firemedic



               This just keeps getting better. Thanks BRD for the pictures, always was better with pictures :D


               11-09-2013, 10:10 PM
               Holla



               I cant wait till it all comes together as one package!   Will it all make it before Christmas BRD??


               11-09-2013, 10:14 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       I cant wait till it all comes together as one package!   Will it all make it before Christmas BRD??


I'm with you, I know what I will be asking Santa for.


               11-09-2013, 10:18 PM
               Firemedic



               The fit & finish on this unit looks to be incredible not to mention the long list of available options.


               11-09-2013, 10:23 PM
               Holla



               It does look Killer and having the Sti-R integration is sweet too---Im the person that likes to see it all together before I make my purchase and when that happens and its all good, Ill Pay the man lol


               11-09-2013, 10:45 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       I cant wait till it all comes together as one package!   Will it all make it before Christmas BRD??


It should unless we run into some sort of issue. I have a few modules in transit to me and I will be testing this week sometime. They are overseas and the NA Sti-R Plus is slightly different than the international one so we might run into some snags with some slight differences but nothing that engineering should not be able to take care of with an update. We did the same with the AL Priority in general and we did not release it until it was thoroughly tested and met or exceeded my expectations.


               11-09-2013, 10:56 PM
               Holla



               How is the AL Display (Visual Display) coming along and do you have any pictures of what this will look like?  Just curious as I dont think I will take the BT/phone app option (not counting that out) and would like to just have the HI-FI /voice pack module along with the display, that would be perfect for me.  I just havent heard you say much about the Visual display as of yet.


               11-10-2013, 05:17 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Holla


                       How is the AL Display (Visual Display) coming along and do you have any pictures of what this will look like?  Just curious as I dont think I will take the BT/phone app option (not counting that out) and would like to just have the HI-FI /voice pack module along with the display, that would be perfect for me.  I just havent heard you say much about the Visual display as of yet.


Engineering is working on modules in order of importance. The Visual Display is one of the last items that will get released. Customers have shown more interest in the Bluetooth Module (Offers a display through your smartphone and voice alerts) and the Radar Integration. When those are done and fully tested they will move on to the other modules.


               11-10-2013, 04:57 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Engineering is working on modules in order of importance.  The Visual Display is one of the last items that will get released.  Customers have shown more interest in the Bluetooth Module (Offers a display through your smartphone and voice alerts) and the Radar Integration.  When those are done and fully tested they will move on to the other modules.


As for the Bluetooth module will it cover Android at the same time as apple? If not, would you have a guess on how far behind the Android app is.

Thanks.


               11-10-2013, 05:01 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       As for the Bluetooth module will it cover Android at the same time as apple?  If not,  would you have a guess on how far behind the Android app is.

Thanks.


iPhone will be first. I do not have an ETA on Android


               11-10-2013, 05:08 PM
               Firemedic



               N/P I can wait.  I would not think it will be far behind.

Tks


               11-10-2013, 05:22 PM
               mirage



               If it comes to needing interest.  I'm interested in an Android version too.


















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        Another G'Day from Down Under







       Another G'Day from Down Under




               11-09-2013, 06:03 PM
               winterbrew


               Another G'Day from Down Under


               Hi Guys,

Good job on the forum here - looking forward to the new updates for the ALP (STir+ integration etc)

Currently running a 5 head ALP for Poliscan protection here - all working fine so far :)


               11-09-2013, 06:09 PM
               dinkydi



               hi wb, i thought you was here before db and I  :D


               11-10-2013, 01:54 AM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum WB.   I enjoy watching your videos.


               11-10-2013, 11:49 AM
               curmudgeon



               Glad to see ya here.


               11-10-2013, 05:26 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum WB.


               11-10-2013, 06:36 PM
               deano



               welcome winter hows things any ways


               11-11-2013, 03:31 PM
               RedRocket



               Hello wb,& Welcome to the Forum.It's great you found it & look forward to your participation here.I've enjoyed your "Poli" vids elsewhere--but please,keep them over your way on the other side of the World.


















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        AL Priority in action videos







       AL Priority in action videos




               11-10-2013, 12:52 AM
               winterbrew


               AL Priority in action videos


               If anyone want's to check out the ALP in action, please feel free to browse my YouTube channel, which currently has 19 videos of the ALP in action ;

http://www.youtube.com/user/jonctr/videos

Due to every day occurence of the VPS in our area, they're all of the Vitronic PoliscanSpeed automated lidar camera - I've yet to be targeted with a handheld outside of testing :)

19 encounters in just less than four months since installation :)


               11-10-2013, 05:00 PM
               Firemedic



               Great videos :)

Thanks.


               11-11-2013, 05:05 PM
               deano



               here is one of WB tests with my PL2 ....also on the day we had the stalker and LRB... WB will be able to fill you guys in on the guns software but all 3 guns where  JTG  and JFG 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJz3JUCY0KU


               11-11-2013, 05:18 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by deano


                       here is one of WB tests with my PL2 ....also on the day we had the stalker and LRB... WB will be able to fill you guys in on the guns software but all 3 guns where jtg and JTG  


Thanks for sharing. Its our first customer AL Priority video on the site. Thanks Again for participating.

Tom


               11-11-2013, 06:07 PM
               dinkydi



               what would be good to see half way through a test, the jammers get switched off and back on again,


               11-11-2013, 07:52 PM
               RedRocket



               I've experienced how difficult it can be to hold "steady" on the target when it's such a windy day,isn't it!

You did quite well for the conditions.


               11-11-2013, 10:39 PM
               winterbrew



               Front heads (2No.) are 600mm (23") apart, angled out 10 degrees for Vitronic PoliscanSpeed.

Rear heads (3No.) are 600mm apart (outer head to outer head), angled 29 degrees out for PoliscanSpeed, with centre head between the two outer heads over the licence plate, at 0 degrees (straight ahead)

For those interested, the Stalker firmware was A 5.7 SUP, and the LRB was 3.02 (not shown in above video)


               11-12-2013, 08:54 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Front heads (2No.) are 600mm (23") apart, angled out 10 degrees for Vitronic PoliscanSpeed.

Rear heads (3No.) are 600mm apart (outer head to outer head), angled 29 degrees out for PoliscanSpeed, with centre head between the two outer heads over the licence plate, at 0 degrees (straight ahead)

For those interested, the Stalker firmware was A 5.7 SUP, and the LRB was 3.02 (not shown in above video)


While I know the AL Priority has the widest angle protection I am happy to see you still getting great performance with them positioned so far out at close to 30%. That single rear center head is doing its job well.


               11-12-2013, 09:45 AM
               winterbrew



               Yes, the two outers are purely for rear Poliscan protection.

I did however, draw it out in AutoCad fully scaled to ensure there were no gaps in the coverage, particularly in the rear when shot from behind at 10m (33') from a typical rear Poliscan setup shooting from the verge at 35deg (imported and scaled from Google Earth). Beyond about 10m, I should have some degree of overlapping protection from the rear heads due to the beam divergence.

10 deg out on the front is about the maximum, otherwise you open up a small channel of non-coverage at 0 deg straight ahead in front of the licence plate (depends on the size of the car and mounting positions of course)


               11-12-2013, 12:34 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Yes, the two outers are purely for rear Poliscan protection.

I did however, draw it out in AutoCad fully scaled to ensure there were no gaps in the coverage,- - -

10 deg out on the front is about the maximum, otherwise you open up a small channel of non-coverage at 0 deg straight ahead in front of the licence plate (depends on the size of the car and mounting positions of course)


Hey wb,have you seen the IR video of the AL-P Sensor that shows the beam divergence displayed in actual angle of spread in "degrees" ?

Scroll down to near the bottom of the page: http://www.raletc.org/2013_10_01_archive.html?m=0


               11-12-2013, 07:45 PM
               winterbrew



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Hey wb,have you seen the IR video of the AL-P Sensor that shows the beam divergence displayed in actual angle of spread in "degrees" ?

Scroll down to near the bottom of the page: http://www.raletc.org/2013_10_01_archive.html?m=0


Hey RedR,

Yes, I've seen the video on the blog, but can't remember the exact numbers. I based my AutoCad drawings on the previously advertised data, so will have a look at the video again, and re-visit my drawings :)


               11-12-2013, 07:48 PM
               Firemedic



               OK I can see the difference between the Blinder and the ALP but I need someone to explain the difference between the ALP and the LI  :help:


               11-13-2013, 09:43 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       OK I can see the difference between the Blinder and the ALP but I need someone to explain the difference between the ALP and the LI  :help:


Both have approx. the same horiz. IR divergence,but in the vert. plane the LI has less (noticeably "thinner"). Also,the AL-P has a full-bodied,energy saturated,~equal distribution density throughout the whole IR pattern particle wavefront.

The same cannot be said about the other two models.Both exhibit large & small "dead zones" (Blackholes w/o energy radiated!) speckled throughout the IR pattern.These aberrations shouldn't be there in a quality product,IMO.I've looked at dozens of individual Sensor outputs from these 2 models & EVERY SINGLE ONE has these defects so far.I've also looked at LI/8.8 (4ea. only) & they were worse.

My preference is the clearly superior pattern & high output energy levels of the BEST of the 3.The Top Model choice can be seen in my Signature.


               11-13-2013, 04:25 PM
               Firemedic



               Thanks Red,  when you go back and look at the videos with the explanation it stands out.


               12-07-2013, 10:05 PM
               deano



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       what would be good to see half way through a test, the jammers get switched off and back on again,


the AL wont work that way once you kill the AL and if there is a lidar threat on start up AL will not start up ..the LI will I tested this on my drive way I started up the LI quickly ran to the front of the car and held my finger on the trigger once the park mode was deactivated I got the whoop whoops


               12-07-2013, 10:08 PM
               deano



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       I've experienced how difficult it can be to hold "steady" on the target when it's such a windy day,isn't it!

You did quite well for the conditions.


thanks mate im normally good at holding the lidar but this day was windy but I found that I was shaking allot from the night earlier as I had a little to much to drink


               12-07-2013, 10:17 PM
               dinkydi



               nowt wrong with that mate :encouragement:


















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        Twice a Max Owner --  Thoughts from 2nd Take







       Twice a Max Owner --  Thoughts from 2nd Take




               11-10-2013, 01:21 AM
               kasher1979


               Twice a Max Owner --  Thoughts from 2nd Take


               I was in the first 1000 in the launch of the Max back in the summer.  I got the Max, kept it a few days and sold it.  I hated the constant falsing and strange things going on, including what seemed to me to also be rather poor range compared to the BSRedline and V1C.  That has been of course several months ago.  I now purchased another Max from BRDs after giving it time to get some kinks worked out.  I thought I would write a first impression review of my 2nd take with the Max today.  I just received the Max today, but did quite a bit of testing with it all day long.  This is with the newest firmware.   

My Settings:

TSR off

Highway Mode

X Band off, Pop off, Laser on, KA on, K on

GPS and Auto Learn On

Cruise control at 45 (Love this setting option)

Pilot (FULL WORD) --


THE GOOD:

1. Range is greatly improved with new firmware. I verified with a K band source. Once I updated the detector firmware the range was much better and right up to par with my BS Redline and V1C

2. You get more of an "ALL IN ONE" kind of package with this detector which I absolutely love. I get so sick of the phones and cords etc. With this detector you have your cruise alert (savvy emulation if you will), also the GPS lockouts I did are very reliable and do a good job keeping everything locked out. Moreover, you can not beat having the auto-learn feature. Personally I know where all of my falses are so I just get impatient and lock them out manually, but I think it is a great "set it and forget it" kind of feature.

3.The color display and sounds are very modern, pleasant, and just plain awesome to sum it up. I think the color display is great. Also the sound to me is just a little less harsh like and more pleasant to the ear, but it doesn't give up any volume. It is more than loud enough and probably has capability of being the loudest detector I have ever heard without external speaker sources

4.Sticky Cup material is a plus for holding the detector very solid. It seems built for business and doesn't seem like it will fall off easily at all.

5. Love that the new firmware lets you turn off the scanning bar "knight rider" as many have called it. I just like the full word Highway for the pilot mode. __________________________________________________ _______________________

THE BAD:

1. The mount could have had more thought put into it IMO.  As many have stated before
    it is so hard to press the release button and to work with this unless your fingers are 
    EXTREMELY small.  Also the max does have a little bounce on this mount.  So far the V1
    is the only detector I have witnessed that has a perfect mount IMO.  No bouncing and very solid.
                                                                                                                                      
                                                          
2. The size of the detector seems rather large to me.  It also does not seem as solid and 
    quality built as the Redline to me.  It seems quite "fragile" if you will when holding it.  
    If you give it a slight squeeze everything just feels a little "loose" like and not very
    solid.  Not a huge deal to me as long as it performs.  However for an expensive piece 
    of equipment such as this, I think they could have did a little better.  But then again
    they've got all their money on the insides of this thing, and I can kind of understand
    what happened there to a certain degree.  To keep costs down we go with a more 
    cobra-ish outside.  lol
       3.  Still getting some wild K band falsing which I deemed to certainly be some lane assist
            systems.  I agree with Bob.  It would have been expected to be that this detector 
            should be the best out there at filtering out these Lane Assist systems.  Especially
            the way that it has been advertised.  I mean, this is the "noise" that they call it.  
            There's no way to lock those out, and filtering in a "world of noise" would certainly
            be expected in this unit.  Have they even said if they are working on an update to
            possibly address this issue?  
        4.  How hard would it be to add KA Band Segmentation to this unit??  I mean come on..
             It originally had this feature.  It makes no sense to me why it should not have been
             left on there especially for the enthusiast.  I see no reason scanning unneeded  
             frequencies. To me it just to adds more risk for the leaky cobra ka falses which                       
             annoy me very badly.
                                       
                                                                                           
                                                         
                                                                                                                                       


There you have it. Those are just the main things that stood out to me as the good and the bad. Again this is coming from someone who had the original launch firmware tested and hated, and now I am seeing the improvements. My feelings at the moment are to hold on to this Max now and jump on board the "evolving" roller coaster of this thing. I am very curious if anyone has any information at all as to the next update that might be released and what issues it is supposed to address. My overall feeling about the max is it is the closest thing out there to an all in one kind of unit. The only thing it is missing is the arrows. ;-)


               11-11-2013, 07:38 PM
               RedRocket



               Well maybe they'll keep "tweaking" it until it can meet everyone's expectations.The "lane-assist" garbage is very annoying & will only be getting much worse.Over the next few years I assume ALL vehicles will probably have it.What a nightmare that will be & pretty much render most RDs un-useable.

What RDs will need is a digital 'notch filter' to suck out those specific radar band isolated frequencies.

Thanks for posting the review.Sounds like you're really trying to fall in love again. ;)


               11-13-2013, 11:12 AM
               EscortRadar



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Well maybe they'll keep "tweaking" it until it can meet everyone's expectations.The "lane-assist" garbage is very annoying & will only be getting much worse.Over the next few years I assume ALL vehicles will probably have it.What a nightmare that will be & pretty much render most RDs un-useable.

What RDs will need is a digital 'notch filter' to suck out those specific radar band isolated frequencies.

Thanks for posting the review.Sounds like you're really trying to fall in love again. ;)


Such a filter would not work for some of the most popular K band systems. The frequencies that many of these systems emit constantly (and sometimes slowly) changes and can be composed of a constant AND modulated components. Filtering these will be no simple task but if any detector is capable of doing it, it will be Passport Max.


               12-23-2013, 12:34 PM
               Veil Guy



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by kasher1979


                       I was in the first 1000 in the launch of the Max back in the summer.  I got the Max, kept it a few days and sold it.  I hated the constant falsing and strange things going on, including what seemed to me to also be rather poor range compared to the BSRedline and V1C.  That has been of course several months ago.  I now purchased another Max from BRDs after giving it time to get some kinks worked out.  I thought I would write a first impression review of my 2nd take with the Max today.  I just received the Max today, but did quite a bit of testing with it all day long.  This is with the newest firmware.   

My Settings:

TSR off

Highway Mode

X Band off, Pop off, Laser on, KA on, K on

GPS and Auto Learn On

Cruise control at 45 (Love this setting option)

Pilot (FULL WORD) --


THE GOOD:

1. Range is greatly improved with new firmware. I verified with a K band source. Once I updated the detector firmware the range was much better and right up to par with my BS Redline and V1C

2. You get more of an "ALL IN ONE" kind of package with this detector which I absolutely love. I get so sick of the phones and cords etc. With this detector you have your cruise alert (savvy emulation if you will), also the GPS lockouts I did are very reliable and do a good job keeping everything locked out. Moreover, you can not beat having the auto-learn feature. Personally I know where all of my falses are so I just get impatient and lock them out manually, but I think it is a great "set it and forget it" kind of feature.

3.The color display and sounds are very modern, pleasant, and just plain awesome to sum it up. I think the color display is great. Also the sound to me is just a little less harsh like and more pleasant to the ear, but it doesn't give up any volume. It is more than loud enough and probably has capability of being the loudest detector I have ever heard without external speaker sources

4.Sticky Cup material is a plus for holding the detector very solid. It seems built for business and doesn't seem like it will fall off easily at all.

5. Love that the new firmware lets you turn off the scanning bar "knight rider" as many have called it. I just like the full word Highway for the pilot mode. __________________________________________________ _______________________

THE BAD:

1. The mount could have had more thought put into it IMO.  As many have stated before
    it is so hard to press the release button and to work with this unless your fingers are 
    EXTREMELY small.  Also the max does have a little bounce on this mount.  So far the V1
    is the only detector I have witnessed that has a perfect mount IMO.  No bouncing and very solid.
                                                                                                                                      
                                                          
2. The size of the detector seems rather large to me.  It also does not seem as solid and 
    quality built as the Redline to me.  It seems quite "fragile" if you will when holding it.  
    If you give it a slight squeeze everything just feels a little "loose" like and not very
    solid.  Not a huge deal to me as long as it performs.  However for an expensive piece 
    of equipment such as this, I think they could have did a little better.  But then again
    they've got all their money on the insides of this thing, and I can kind of understand
    what happened there to a certain degree.  To keep costs down we go with a more 
    cobra-ish outside.  lol
       3.  Still getting some wild K band falsing which I deemed to certainly be some lane assist
            systems.  I agree with Bob.  It would have been expected to be that this detector 
            should be the best out there at filtering out these Lane Assist systems.  Especially
            the way that it has been advertised.  I mean, this is the "noise" that they call it.  
            There's no way to lock those out, and filtering in a "world of noise" would certainly
            be expected in this unit.  Have they even said if they are working on an update to
            possibly address this issue?  
        4.  How hard would it be to add KA Band Segmentation to this unit??  I mean come on..
             It originally had this feature.  It makes no sense to me why it should not have been
             left on there especially for the enthusiast.  I see no reason scanning unneeded  
             frequencies. To me it just to adds more risk for the leaky cobra ka falses which                       
             annoy me very badly.
                                       
                                                                                           
                                                         
                                                                                                                                       


There you have it. Those are just the main things that stood out to me as the good and the bad. Again this is coming from someone who had the original launch firmware tested and hated, and now I am seeing the improvements. My feelings at the moment are to hold on to this Max now and jump on board the "evolving" roller coaster of this thing. I am very curious if anyone has any information at all as to the next update that might be released and what issues it is supposed to address. My overall feeling about the max is it is the closest thing out there to an all in one kind of unit. The only thing it is missing is the arrows. ;-)


Lest we forget RDD invisibility? :)

VG


               12-31-2013, 03:13 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Veil Guy


                       Lest we forget RDD invisibility?  :)

VG


True VG... Since I never travel to VA I just didn't think of this one. This is a VERY valuable feature for many. Oh and also commercial drivers....


               01-01-2014, 10:22 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by EscortRadar


                       Such a filter would not work for some of the most popular K band systems.  The frequencies that many of these systems emit constantly (and sometimes slowly) changes and can be composed of a constant AND modulated components.  Filtering these will be no simple task but if any detector is capable of doing it, it will be Passport Max.


^ - Precisely my point! For similar reasons that Lidar CM's perform in the E.M.F. spectrum, so can those principles be applied to other signals of different wavelengths & construct.You've just identified a unique characteristic to that signal that a LEO speed radar doesn't have.Write the code to lock it out as a "false". Whether "Phase" modulated,"Frequency" modulated or "Audio" modulated these would be by far the easiest for "SDR" technology s/w to distinguish/identify from standard single frequency legit Speed Radar signals.This is where the processing power built-in can be fully utilized to assign "fingerprint" analysis coding to eliminate bogus K/Ka band falses. ALL RF signals have Time & Frequency domain "fingerprint" signatures,it all comes down to one question - How competent are Escort's EE's ?


               01-01-2014, 12:45 PM
               curmudgeon



               it all comes down to one question -

How competent are Escort's EE's ?

OR (more likely)..............is it truly a management priority


               01-01-2014, 05:06 PM
               RedRocket



               The MAX has been a "work-in-progress" from its release & remains so today.MAXimum profits should be the priority,but there'll be less(volume wise) of that, selling an unfinished product.


















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               11-11-2013, 04:55 PM
               skylar


               Hi!


               Hi,i own a 8500 x50 black.i have about 3 saves.im from netherlands.greetings!


               11-11-2013, 05:13 PM
               admin



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by skylar


                       Hi,i own a 8500 x50 black.i have about 3 saves.im from netherlands.greetings!


Welcome to the forum. If you need any help with anything please dont hesitate to ask.


               11-11-2013, 06:02 PM
               dinkydi



               welcome from Australia


               11-11-2013, 07:19 PM
               RedRocket



               Hi,skylar - Welcome to the Forum & greetings to you from the USA.


               11-11-2013, 08:03 PM
               curmudgeon



               Welcome, glad to have you here


               11-11-2013, 08:39 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum Skylar.


















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               10-24-2013, 03:15 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Everything you need to know about the new AL Priority


               There is a lot of scattered information on the AL Priority so I will just keep one main post with all the information you could possible need. It will be a work in progress and I will keep adding to the main post over several edits.

Picture of the AL Priority:

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AL Release History : AntiLaser G8 (Generation 8, 2006); AntiLaser G9 (Generation 9, 2009); AntiLaser RX (Generation 10, 2010); AntiLaser RX2 (Generation 11, 2011); AntiLaser PRIORITY (Generation 12, 2013)

Advantages over previous AL models and competition:

• AL is the original successor to the Worlds' First laser based multipurpose parking sensor • features the smallest sensors in its ultimate performance class • superior laser detection powered by AL patented technology • extreme resistance to engine noise and laser interferences • holds the widest protection angle (up to ±15°H ±15°V) • laser detection power (coverage) improved by 20% over previous RX2 model • power of laser detection at least 40-100% greater than power of detection of any competitive product

AL Priority brings you Industry's First:

• Dual processor Design running at over 100 MHz • User friendly internet upgrades and set-up via USB flash drive • USB flash drive Theft protection Key • 5 sensor connection with front and rear sensor discrimination • Innovative rear & side sensor cable exit • Laser cruise-control filtering sensor for factory LCC equipped cars • Compatibility with many third party devices (Radar, GPS antennas) • Advanced self-test function detects disconnection or malfunction • Fully effective from 10V to 17V power supply

Some Competitor Feature Comparisons:

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Competitor Head Size Comparison

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Add On Modules Under Development

• AntiLaser Air (iPhone) – Wireless control via iPhone • AntiLaser RD Control – (Firmware Update) Radar Detection Integration with the following Radar Antenna's (Beltronics 975, Beltronics STi-R ,Shadow 3 & Stealth 3) • AntiLaser Hi-Fi ControlSet – HiFi voice communication module for adding voice alerts through external speaker • AntiLaser LCC Sensor - Receive only sensor for filtering Laser Cruise Control signal on LCC equipped cars (This will require 1 of the 5 head ports) • AntiLaser gSpeed - GPS Antenna for defining speed limits for AL working modes • AntiLaser Display - Graphic Display to make alerts easier to understand

US Confirmed Retail Prices

Single $499.95 Dual $699.95 Triple $899.95 Quad $1099.95 Five $1299.95

Options: (Retail Prices)

Beltronics Sti-R Antenna $399.95 (Sold Separately Soon or Contact Beltronics and their price is $399.95) Bluetooth Module (Apple Smartphone Connector) - $99.95 (Available Now) Radar Module (Connects to Beltronics Sti-R Plus or Beltronics 975R antenna) - $89.95 (Available Now) HI-FI Module (Voice Alerts w/ External Speaker) - $ Not Yet Known (Coming Soon) AL Display (Visual Display) - $ Not Yet Known (Coming Soon)

Depending on your ideal setup you might want some options but their might be different ways to achieve the same end result For Example if you have an Apple iPhone and you want a visual display and voice alerts you do not necessarily need the AL Display or HI-Fi Module because you can achieve both these functions using your iPhone with just the Bluetooth Module. The iPhone App with give an awesome display with voice alerts and also allow you to change your AL Priority settings. If you go this route you do not even need to install the regular controller because you can turn your AL Priority on and off with the iPhone app.

Retail Boxes... They are sold separately. So if you bought a Dual for example you would receive one CPU Box and 2 Sensor Boxes. It makes stocking items much easier for the dealers and we do not need to stock separate systems with different head counts.

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AL Priority will be more expensive than the competition but we will put together a list of over 30 reasons why they they are worth more....

Important Websites:

AL Priority Programming Page: http://www.alpriorityupdate.com AL Priority USA Page: http://www.alpriorityusa.com

AL Priority Users Manual

Important Notice: When you receive your AL Priority it will operate only as Parking Sensors, A Blinking Green LED means that you are only in Parking Mode. If you want to utilize the Laser Interference Notification and Laser Defense Notification you need to download the latest firmware from the AL Priority Update Website. After you update the firmware you can go to Setup and configure the advanced settings:

Setup ---> Enter Region ---> N/S America or your specific region Advanced Options ---> PDC + LID

This will display all advanced options. Once you make all your setting adjustments hit Save & Download, Put setup file on a USB Memory Stick and insert into your ALP for programming.

Frequent Q&A's:

Front or Rear - How to know where is the laser source that AL Priority has detected? Until the HiFi Module or Smartphone app is available which will verbally inform you of the direction you can tell by the LED Color. The color of LED during laser alert shows you if detected laser source is in front (RED LED) or behind you (YELLOW LED). To have this working properly, front sensors must be plugged into the F socket, and rear sensors into R socket of your AL Priority Control Box

What type of a USB flash drive to use with the AL Priority? You may use any USB flash drive as long as it is not corrupted and it is properly formatted to FAT32 or FAT16 (NTFS is not supported). Preferably, the USB flash drive should be cleared (emptied) before use.

How to know if your AL Priority system upgrade was successful? Once you plug in the USB flash drive with a new firmware into the USB socket of your AL Priority Control Box, multicolor LED on the Control Set will start to blink in different colors. The upgrading will take around 60 seconds. It may take longer if the USB flash drive memory was not cleared of other contents. After the system upgrades to the new firmware it will restart. The ALP system will not start to upgrade if the file is corrupted, or if it is not named correctly, or if it contains present or older firmware version than one that has already been installed.

Which Apple Devices support the ALP Connect Bluetooth Module Short answer is devices which support Bluetooth 4.0. ALP Connect Requires iOS 6.1 or Later. Compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (3rd Generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air WiFi + Cellular, and iPad mini with Retina display Wi-Fi + Cellular. The app is optimized for iPhone 5. The ALP Connect app will work on the current iPod's and standard iPad Mini but because they lack GPS there will not be any speed information displayed.


               11-08-2013, 06:57 PM
               dinkydi



               if ALP stay ahead of the others in updates etc, then the extra cost will be small in areas where polis and dala are in op, here in OZ in QLD ,dala is setting up camp but not seen it in the wild, but i have encountered laser alerts on my plus  ,  nothing on the li's, but seen nothing around, i didn't know the plus gave false alerts to laser, only thing i can think of was low sun may be


               11-08-2013, 11:42 PM
               thesilverbullet



               thanks for the info but i need more answers

- can AL detect lidar and automute to prevent jtg? any product on market have this feature? or is everybody manual mute? - so i can just buy an stir+ antenna and plug it into the r/g module? sweet! i would love to hang a stir antenna on the back bumper. - can i run two r/g modules on the same AL control box? - can i get away with one sensor in front and one in rear for a s2000 application?


Thanks...


               11-09-2013, 02:44 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               - can AL detect lidar and automute to prevent jtg? any product on market have this feature? or is everybody manual mute? (Yes, Default is 4 seconds)

- so i can just buy an stir+ antenna and plug it into the r/g module? sweet! i would love to hang a stir antenna on the back bumper. (Yes, Bundles will be available in a few weeks) - can i run two r/g modules on the same AL control box? (No, Only one antenna) - can i get away with one sensor in front and one in rear for a s2000 application? (Post photo's of the vehicle in the Advice on Placement thread)


               11-16-2013, 04:54 PM
               dinkydi



               we have covered this before, and from that discussion i think you checked the pin outs on the li cable to see if they would interchange for fitting the alp, to help the change over to alp's, without the major cable re - routing, and that they were not interchange able, so just wondering if at some stage an adapter lead could be used ?


               11-17-2013, 10:17 AM
               hitechrr



               I would sell the LI and just buy the ALP. The ALP head are so much easier to hide. You can't see it in my MX5 grill until you look for them. I am sorry I didn't order the 3rd head for the back. I hope I can get the same pricing on the head when I order the Bel head in a few weeks when it is ready for sale.


               11-17-2013, 12:10 PM
               RedRocket



               ^ - ONE Sensor in the rear will not be enough to protect you no matter how small your car.

Trust me!


               11-17-2013, 12:57 PM
               admin



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       we have covered this before, and from that discussion i think you checked the pin outs on the li cable to see if they would interchange for fitting the alp, to help the change over to alp's, without the major cable re - routing, and that they were not interchange able, so just wondering if at some stage an adapter lead could be used ?


You can cut off the RJ45 connector and crimp on a new one with the wire position adjustments if you must use the same wiring


               11-17-2013, 04:09 PM
               dinkydi



               Thx, that's good to know much easier than routing new cable through the fire wall and the rear tail gate, Asuming the wire dia is close to the same in the Li , think I feel upgrade coming soon


               11-17-2013, 04:43 PM
               admin



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       Thx, that's good to know much easier than routing new cable through the fire wall and the rear tail gate, Asuming the wire dia is close to the same in the Li , think I feel upgrade coming soon


AL Priority cables are thinker and more insulated but they use the same Din Connector but they are wired differently. Should not be too difficult using a meter to trace the different pin-outs.


               11-17-2013, 04:53 PM
               dinkydi



               Yep if the thickness of the Li cable will handle power ok ,also wil be able to fit in the front grill better on my q5, the Li are sitting just behind at the moment not good but did ok when we tested them just the angle is reduced


               11-21-2013, 01:04 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       Yep if the thickness of the Li cable will handle power ok ,also wil be able to fit in the front grill better on my q5, the Li are sitting just behind at the moment not good but did ok when we tested them just the angle is reduced


If the time comes and cutting the cables is something you really want to do I will get both cables and help you with the pin-out changes.


               11-22-2013, 09:08 PM
               RigToFly01



               BRD, Is there any kind of time table for a release of the "add-ons"?  For example I am very interested in the Graphics Display and the GPS antenna. Are we looking at weeks? or Months? or dare I even say... Years?


               11-23-2013, 07:18 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       BRD, Is there any kind of time table for a release of the "add-ons"?  For example I am very interested in the Graphics Display and the GPS antenna. Are we looking at weeks? or Months? or dare I even say... Years?


Out of all the add-on's those two will be some of the last ones released. Radar Modules are done and are in final testing, Bluetooth module went under several changes to make the integration better and will be released in a few weeks. After that some new support for some newer guns (Will not discuss specifics) will be improved. GPS Module will not be an AntiLaser product, It will be a generic GPS Module and AntiLaser is testing several of them to find certain ones that work the best. Graphics Display unfortunately is at the end of the list and I dont have an ETA.

Considering we only released the AL Priority a few months ago there has been alot of growth already. I dont think any other company could come out and move any faster. They agree with my motto that its best to test properly and fix any bugs before releasing any product or module. We have found a few issues with the Bluetooth module and it had to be redesigned to make it better.


               11-23-2013, 07:35 AM
               winterbrew



               Good news on the GPS module - being able to choose a couple of generic ones sounds very useful, and should keep costs down, and add some useful functionality.

I think the Stinger is currently the only defence system that you can set a minimum speed at which not to deploy jammers if travelling below the set speed.


               11-23-2013, 07:48 AM
               mirage



               There are a couple of really cool things that could come from some of these modules.  One feature I can think of that would be excellent is if the GPS module could also interpret the speed limit and turn the ALP defense mode off when the speed is below that limit after receiving an initial alert. The of course recycle after a period of time. I know this wouldn't be perfect but with a little tweaking it could be quite effective.  Of course nothing replaces knowing when and how to JTK.


               11-23-2013, 08:29 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       There are a couple of really cool things that could come from some of these modules.  One feature I can think of that would be excellent is if the GPS module could also interpret the speed limit and turn the ALP defense mode off when the speed is below that limit after receiving an initial alert. The of course recycle after a period of time. I know this wouldn't be perfect but with a little tweaking it could be quite effective.  Of course nothing replaces knowing when and how to JTK.



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                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       I think the Stinger is currently the only defence system that you can set a minimum speed at which not to deploy jammers if travelling below the set speed.


This is already part of the current firmware:

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               11-23-2013, 08:45 AM
               mirage



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                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       This is already part of the current firmware


Almost. This is a user defined speed limit. I want the GPS to change this limit based on location. ie the posted PSL.


               11-23-2013, 09:00 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Almost.  This is a user defined speed limit. I want the GPS to change this limit based on location.  ie the posted PSL.


That will be a challenge. Look at all the problems Escort Live has with accurate PSL's and the Max? It would be almost impossible to be able to rely on GPS for actual PSL data and in many times it could cause you a ticket if the PSL data is wrong and the Jammer does not fire because of it. I think that would be a bad idea and its much safer to manually set your limit where you feel safe.


               11-23-2013, 09:05 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       That will be a challenge.  Look at all the problems Escort Live has with accurate PSL's and the Max? It would be almost impossible to be able to rely on GPS for actual PSL data and in many times it could cause you a ticket if the PSL data is wrong and the Jammer does not fire because of it.  I think that would be a bad idea and its much safer to manually set your limit where you feel safe.


Agree there are certain aspects that would not be 100% accurate, but the jammer should ALWAYS fire initially; however, I can see where it might a challenge determining how long to wait before turning off due to the GPS check.


               11-23-2013, 09:09 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Agree there are certain aspects that would not be 100% accurate, but the jammer should ALWAYS fire initially; however, I can see where it might a challenge determining how long to wait before turning off due to the GPS check.


I would rather be alerted and know I am safe. Its not like the AL Priority gives off false alerts. I have not had one false alert yet with it. If there is a real trap even if I am below the speed I still would prefer to know about it.


               11-23-2013, 09:10 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I would rather be alerted and know I am safe.  Its not like the AL Priority gives off false alerts.  I have not had one false alert yet with it.  If there is a real trap even if I am below the speed I still would prefer to know about it.


Agree. Interestingly enough I tried to get the ALP to false with my simulator and it wouldn't I'm impressed with the filtering seems to be far superior to any other product.


               11-23-2013, 12:24 PM
               nano



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       ^ - ONE Sensor in the rear will not be enough to protect you no matter how small your car.

Trust me!


Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.


               11-23-2013, 01:19 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Almost.  This is a user defined speed limit. I want the GPS to change this limit based on location.  ie the posted PSL.


I wanted this as well UNTIL I was traveling with a friend to Ohio in his car with a Sti R . We entered a construction zone below what would be the regular PSL. Because it was under construction the PSL was much lower. The RD did not alert and he was tagged. He changed his settings and never had a problem again. Just something to think about.


               11-23-2013, 02:39 PM
               RigToFly01



               If I order the bluetooth I get all the benefits of Graphic display on my iphone. correct?  Will the iphone software work on a older iphone such as the 3 series?  That way you could get an older model on ebay or something and have it strictly dedicated to the ALP.  I have come to count on WAZE for head's up on traffic and LEO's (<--- look at me using the slang! Still a n00b!) :)


               11-23-2013, 04:54 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by nano


                       Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.


Radarrob, myself, Redrocket and Tom did single head testing on the rear of a vehicle. We used every handheld LIDAR a a available in the US with the exception of the Laser Atlanta LIDARs. The performance was not acceptable to me of any of the jammers. My computer the has all of the data is being repaired. When I get it back I will post the results.


               11-23-2013, 06:36 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by nano


                       Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.


You can see what type/model car was used for ONE Sensor "Rear" mounted against "Priority","HP-905" & LI8.9 at this URL: http://www.raletc.org/2013_10_01_archive.html

Scroll down page to - "Wednesday OCT.23,2013" At bottom of page are some IR output pattern videos of all 3 jammer Models,too.


               11-23-2013, 06:42 PM
               Yellowcab



               Single head test results. 

http://www.raletc.org/2013/10/raletc...-test.html?m=1


               11-26-2013, 08:03 PM
               RigToFly01



               I just did some investigating today in my car and have decided to add 2 sensors to the rear. I scoped out the cable route and have placement ready. My question are as follows.

The ALP website states that there is (5M) of length on the sensor. that should equate to 16' ? Is that correct? If not could you tell me how much length is on it. So I can decide if I need the jumpers. Are there any coupons or codes to help in the price?


               11-26-2013, 08:37 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       I just did some investigating today in my car and have decided to add 2 sensors to the rear. I scoped out the cable route and have placement ready. My question are as follows.

The ALP website states that there is (5M) of length on the sensor. that should equate to 16' ? Is that correct? If not could you tell me how much length is on it. So I can decide if I need the jumpers. Are there any coupons or codes to help in the price?


You are correct in the size and 5M is slightly over 16ft. I will PM you order information.


               12-05-2013, 12:32 PM
               kasher1979



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I would rather be alerted and know I am safe.  Its not like the AL Priority gives off false alerts.  I have not had one false alert yet with it.  If there is a real trap even if I am below the speed I still would prefer to know about it.


My thinking exactly. I am not a major speeder, but my position is if I have capability to know what is going on around me I want to know.


               12-07-2013, 08:20 PM
               winterbrew



               Manuals are up for the modules ;

http://www.alpriority.com/site/wp-co...plugin-web.pdf

http://www.alpriority.com/site/wp-co...013.12.06..pdf


               12-07-2013, 08:28 PM
               dinkydi



               nice touch :encouragement:


               12-07-2013, 08:40 PM
               beingaware



               One option that I would like to have is the rearm time.

The 1 minute wait is rather annoying. Maybe 15 seconds would be an optional option? Also, can us aussies have the unlimited option for testing?

I am making some LI vs ALP videos next weekend and it would be most useful...


               12-07-2013, 08:52 PM
               dinkydi



               looking  forward to seeing em


               12-07-2013, 09:10 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by beingaware


                       One option that I would like to have is the rearm time.

The 1 minute wait is rather annoying. Maybe 15 seconds would be an optional option? Also, can us aussies have the unlimited option for testing?

I am making some LI vs ALP videos next weekend and it would be most useful...


The distributor who is responsible for your Country requested the unlimited option not be allowed in Australia. So far I have allowed it in the US because just about everyone that buys one is informed how to use it properly. If you are using standard guns also used in the US you can use the US Settings and use the unlimited option for testing.

We have not had any complaints about the 60 second restart but if it becomes an issue we can look at it in the future.


               12-08-2013, 07:50 PM
               deano



               me and winter set our CPUs in American  mode this gave us the unlimited time for testing only it worked ..but back then we didn't have to punch in our serial numbers I haven't tried since changing my cpu for testing unlimited time


               12-08-2013, 11:21 PM
               Tman



               A quick question :

will the Alp alert to the Osprey , i dont know his prf though , http://www.opticsplanet.com/osprey-l...y-aimshot.html

The Li alerts by unknown gun.


               12-08-2013, 11:39 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Tman


                       A quick question :

will the Alp alert to the Osprey , i dont know his prf though , http://www.opticsplanet.com/osprey-l...y-aimshot.html

The Li alerts by unknown gun.


Never heard of it before? Do you have one or have access to one? A quick recording of it and we can verify support or add it if necessary..


               12-09-2013, 11:20 AM
               Tman



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Never heard of it before? Do you have one or have access to one? A quick recording of it and we can verify support or add it if necessary..


I own one , bought it time ago from optics planet ...but how to record it , i live quite far from you.




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               12-09-2013, 11:29 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by Tman


                       I own one , bought it time ago from optics planet ...but how to record it , i live quite far from you.


Do you have anyone with an ALP close by? Anyone with an ALP can record it. If not can you send it to me? I will pay shipping both ways and we will have it added to the next update.


               12-09-2013, 01:14 PM
               Tman



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Do you have anyone with an ALP close by? Anyone with an ALP can record it.  If not can you send it to me? I will pay shipping both ways and we will have it added to the next update.


Thanks for the offer , but it will be next year . You know i live north of the border ....i hate customs ! Will see which way we will do it....


               12-09-2013, 06:41 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Tman


                       Thanks for the offer , but it will be next year .

You know i live north of the border ....i hate customs ! Will see which way we will do it....


Has one of these ever been used in Law Enforcement? I cant find any details on these ever being use for enforcement and it looks like demand was so low on these that they were selling at auction for $199 back in 2005

http://www.gunauction.com/search/dis...temnum=6495711

Tom


               12-09-2013, 07:15 PM
               Tman



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Has one of these ever been used in Law Enforcement? I cant find any details on these ever being use for enforcement and it looks like demand was so low on these that they were selling at auction for $199 back in 2005

http://www.gunauction.com/search/dis...temnum=6495711


Tom


You are right , it is/was not use for enforcement , i bought for testing my set up because a real leo gun was too expensive / nobody around had/has real gun.


               12-31-2013, 05:23 PM
               dinkydi



               can you still use detector tools for updates to the plus, if the plus is connected to the ALP system modules


               01-02-2014, 05:34 PM
               dinkydi



               try and rephrase , when the sti-r plus is linked into the ALP , by just using the plus antenna, how do you use detector tools for any upgrade, without the plus ecu ?


               01-02-2014, 05:53 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       try and rephrase , when the sti-r plus is linked into the ALP , by just using the plus antenna, how do you use detector tools for any upgrade, without the plus ecu ?


There is no way to connect your Sti-R Plus antenna to Escort Detector tools without having a Beltronics CPU. There is no reason you would need to update the receiver unless there was some sort of major radar update and if that was the case you would have to find someone with an Sti-R Plus to update it for you by connecting it to their system and running an update.


               01-02-2014, 07:17 PM
               dinkydi



               thx but here on oz its a noo nooo running rd and it can be deactivated pressing vol and sens buttons for five secs and can only be activated with comp and ecu, also to down load police verification, info on first page in the bel manual on congratulation page, 

so thats ok just keep the ucu etc


               01-02-2014, 07:30 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       thx but here on oz its a noo nooo running rd and it can be deactivated pressing vol and sens buttons for five secs and can only be activated with comp and ecu, also to down load police verification, info on first page in the bel manual on congratulation page, 

so thats ok just keep the ucu etc


The Sti-R Plus is a stealth antenna so its not detectable and if mounted discreetly it will go unnoticed. When you integrate two products you can never get the full features of both systems and its a give and take proposition. You always have the option to run both systems separately or integrate them and control everything from one controller but give up some features. You need to weigh your options and budget to see which method is best for you. For me I love the integration and using the ALP Connect product puts everything I need in one to use app. I do miss the auto mute but I am sure that will come with a future update and once the GPS module is done you can also use the Savvy like muting features under a pre-set limit which will be great for city use.


               01-02-2014, 07:51 PM
               dinkydi



               cheers i relize that know, so when the alp is in parking mode does the plus go to sleep as well (deactivated)


               01-02-2014, 08:16 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       cheers i relize that know, so when the alp is in parking mode does the plus go to sleep as well (deactivated)


ALP is 100% in Parking Mode all the time and it never sleeps and will immediately respond to any radar and laser alert all the time.


               01-02-2014, 09:05 PM
               dinkydi



               ok thx may have to hide the power switch :D


               01-03-2014, 10:56 AM
               shanetrainST


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               01-03-2014, 03:52 PM
               dinkydi



               like the display's showing gun types and k, ka's all on one screen, thats an interesting one the pik ka 33.9, i get quite a few 33,5, but never been fully sure of the source, im still thinking there,s leo hanging around here in qld with that ka , cobra has been suggested


               01-03-2014, 07:40 PM
               RigToFly01



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       like the display's showing gun types and k, ka's all on one screen, thats an interesting one the pik ka 33.9, i get quite a few 33,5, but never been fully sure of the source, im still thinking there,s leo hanging around here in qld with that ka , cobra has been suggested


Imagine how nice it will be, if they can add the GPS coordinates to that.


               01-03-2014, 08:12 PM
               dinkydi



               who knows , alp has brought cm,s into the 21st century :glee:


               01-03-2014, 10:53 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Imagine how nice it will be, if they can add the GPS coordinates to that.


Keep the ideas flowing... The AL Priority was built based on the customers suggestions.


               01-04-2014, 04:26 AM
               Youthan



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Tman


                       A quick question :

will the Alp alert to the Osprey , i dont know his prf though , http://www.opticsplanet.com/osprey-l...y-aimshot.html

The Li alerts by unknown gun.


Antilaser never used such a method to try to jam, something that don't know. LI do/has this ability. It's not to wise to do it because of possibility to show a jammed code on a gun, like E-07 or E-48. I do remember like LI was selling this product in my country and couldn't to jam properly Traffipatrol XR. The E-48 code was shown at that time. Antilaser newer did something like this, so that's why we never saw such a option to try to jam some unknown gun.

But there is some small chance to know that there is some new source of laser out there. I use in G9 warning about interference from ACC like Volvo and Infinity. It also works for a new Mazda. This option is selectable in G9 and do not cause a jamming to this source. It only briefly sounds that such a interference occur. What is fun I have one remote control that also sets off my V1 and then G9 also sounds about that interference.

Tom. I'm curious if ALP also have this option to inform about interference ?


               01-06-2014, 09:52 PM
               shanetrainST



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Keep the ideas flowing... The AL Priority was built based on the customers suggestions.


I have a few suggestions Tom.

ALP hardware 1-User defined port config, so all head can be front or rear 2-User defined Re-arm /defense mode/ reset time (60seconds @the moment) 3-IR interference check/alarm on start-up 4-Abilty to Run all ALG9rx Head, without the need for 1 ALP head

ALPconnect 1-Firmware updates via Iphone + Firmware update availability 2-Landscape mode 3-Ability to change setting live from Iphone 4-Recent alarms moved to its own separate page + ability to pass-lock it with 4 digits with master key 5-Simple alarm display on main-screen to display live alarms, then disappear 7-Radar Frequency displayed in medium text on main screen, then disappear 8-Bluetooth connection graph changes color to match DB strength (red is bad, green is good) rather than a solid color 10-Detailed descriptions of the error codes, that appear in recent alarms 11-A different color car for when the ALP is in warm up mode/first power on 12-Countdown Reset timer to appear when waiting to go into defense mode 13-In built Electronic Manual into ALP connect 14-ALP record mode from ALPconnect, direct send to AL 15-Abiltiy to connect two ALP cpu's to ALPconnect for people that run 2 systems and define front and rear 16-Geotag of alarms, export feature to gmaps 17-Page dedicated for sensor checking


Long shot Voice activated kill mode for Iphone Android platform :)


               01-07-2014, 04:08 PM
               dinkydi



               nice comprehensive list be good if all that came along,

also i have the beltronics lead with the press button on to kill false alerts on k band which plugs straight into my magnum, is there any way to link this into the alp plus, by changing the wiring around to add in between the plus and the the module so making it possible to manuallly kill the k alerts


               01-07-2014, 04:24 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by dinkydi


                       nice comprehensive list be good if all that came along,

also i have the beltronics lead with the press button on to kill false alerts on k band which plugs straight into my magnum, is there any way to link this into the alp plus, by changing the wiring around to add in between the plus and the the module so making it possible to manuallly kill the k alerts


No, A smartcord mute alert will not work with installed detectors because they do not operate the same as a windshield mounted unit. Just press the mute button the ALP Controller or the Smartphone app if you want to quickly mute a radar alert.


               01-07-2014, 07:47 PM
               RigToFly01



               Great list.


       Quote:


                       7-Radar Frequency displayed in medium text on main screen, then disappear


I would like a Recent Alarm Page for the Radar alerts as well. ( I don't care if you can lock it or not )


       Quote:


                       16-Geotag of alarms, export feature to gmaps


Same thing for Radar Alerts.

18. With a front and rear sensor setup, in the Recent Alarm Page, it would tell if you got hit in the front sensors or the rear sensors. This would be very helpful for Poliscan Alerts.




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               11-11-2013, 05:09 PM
               L&R


               Hello:)


               Hi guys,

I own ALG9 RX3&RX2 now and i'm waiting to upgrade the control box with ALpriority and R/G module to connect bel 975 and the STIR+M edition antenna when it is available for purchase. Greetings from Greece.:)


               11-11-2013, 05:17 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Greetings! If you have the RX heads to gain access to the AL Priority features you just need to purchase a new ALP CPU and your current heads will work with it.  The R/G Module is looking to be a great additional and should be ready shortly.  I know Sti-R Plus antenna is already being tested but not sure of the 975 antenna.  When we know more we will post it.


               11-11-2013, 07:17 PM
               RedRocket



               Hello L&R, Welcome to the Forum.

Sounds like you're a long time & satisfied user of AntiLaser to be upgrading your legacy G9.I'm new to AL & switched over from Blinder after witnessing the Priority in "action" during testing last month.


               11-12-2013, 01:22 AM
               dinkydi



               welcome from Australia


               11-12-2013, 02:18 AM
               winterbrew



               Another welcome from Down Under.

One of our members here (Deano) has been using his ALG9RX2 heads in combination with ALP heads on an ALP CPU with good results.


               11-12-2013, 01:29 PM
               L&R



               Thanks all guys for your warm comments.:)


               11-12-2013, 01:53 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.    Please share your experiences with AntiLaser.   We look forward to your participation.


               11-12-2013, 02:06 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.  Just watched your AL video against the UL 125.  Very nice.


















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               11-11-2013, 05:25 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               With all the negative news the owner of one of the Tesla S owners speaks out....

<a /attachment.php?s=6f7fd5eb3ddeeae8f78bb73e91295aa3&attachmentid=126" title="Name: Views: Size: ">Attachment 126 I was driving home from work on the interstate in the right lane at approximately 70 miles per hour, following a truck. In the middle of the lane, there was a rusty three-pronged trailer hitch that was sticking up with the ball up in the air. The truck in front of me cleared the object. I did not have enough time to swerve to avoid the hitch, and it went below my car. I felt a firm "thud" as the hitch struck the bottom of the car, and it felt as though it even lifted the car up in the air. My assistant later found a gouge in the tarmac where the item scraped into the road. Somewhat shaken, I continued to drive.

About 30-45 seconds later, there was a warning on the dashboard display saying, "Car needs service. Car may not restart." I continued to drive, hoping to get home. About one minute later, the message on the dashboard display read, "Please pull over safely. Car is shutting down." I was able to fully control the car the entire time and safely pulled off the left shoulder on the side of the road. I got out of the car, and started to get all my belongings out. About 5-10 seconds after getting out of the car, smoke started to come from the front underbody of the car. I walked away from the vehicle to a distance of about 100 yards. More smoke started to come out of the bottom of the car, and about two minutes after I walked away, the front of the car caught on fire.

I am thankful to God that I was totally uninjured in any way from this impact. Had I not been in a Tesla, that object could have punched through the floor and caused me serious harm. From the time of impact of the object until the time the car caught fire was about five minutes. During this time, the car warned me that it was damaged and instructed me to pull over. I never felt as though I was in any imminent danger. While driving after I hit the object until I pulled over, the car performed perfectly, and it was a totally controlled situation. There was never a point at which I was anywhere even close to any flames.

The firemen arrived promptly and applied water to the flames. They were about to pry open the doors, so I pressed my key button and the handles presented and everything worked even though the front of the car was on fire. No flames ever reached the cabin, and nothing inside was damaged. I was even able to get my papers and pens out of the glove compartment.

This experience does not in any way make me think that the Tesla Model S is an unsafe car. I would buy another one in a heartbeat.

Juris Shibayama, MD


               11-12-2013, 04:14 PM
               RedRocket



               This is the 3rd Tesla that has gone up in flames over a relatively minor roadway incident.Their stock price has gone up in flames from the last time I looked,too.


               11-12-2013, 04:38 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       This is the 3rd Tesla that has gone up in flames over a relatively minor roadway incident.Their stock price has gone up in flames from the last time I looked,too.


If they were not so expensive I would still buy one.


               11-12-2013, 07:44 PM
               mirage



               Yeah for that price I would rather have a new Stingray.


               11-14-2013, 10:30 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Yeah for that price I would rather have a new Stingray.


Yeah,me too!


               12-30-2013, 03:29 PM
               max



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               11-12-2013, 08:21 AM
               radargoat


               Newbie here but oldie everywhere else


               Hey guys.. Just found this and wanted to join up.


               11-12-2013, 08:48 AM
               RedRocket



               Ah yes,another familiar face has wandered by & heard some familiar voices.Hello & Welcome to the Forum.

Glad you found us & look forward to your participation.


               11-12-2013, 08:51 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Welcome to the forum.  Glad you found us.  If there is anything we can do to assist you please let us know.


               11-12-2013, 08:54 AM
               radargoat



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Welcome to the forum.  Glad you found us.  If there is anything we can do to assist you please let us know.


Just reminding you that we are friends on the other forum. When i get to my computer, will upload my avatar and send you request on this forum. Thanks BRD!


               11-12-2013, 08:56 AM
               radargoat



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Ah yes,another familiar face has wandered by & heard some familiar voices.Hello & Welcome to the Forum.

Glad you found us & look forward to your participation.


Thanks rocket!


               11-12-2013, 09:24 AM
               curmudgeon



               Another good guy here..............very happy to see you


               11-12-2013, 09:48 AM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.  I look forward to your participation.   If there is anything we can do, just ask.


               11-12-2013, 12:21 PM
               Salty



               Welcome goat of radars!


               11-12-2013, 02:14 PM
               Firemedic



               Welcome.  Goat would that be short for       
Greatest
Of
All
Time


               11-12-2013, 05:49 PM
               dinkydi



               welcome from OZ


               11-12-2013, 07:37 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.  Glad to see some familiar faces! :D


               11-13-2013, 01:10 AM
               winterbrew



               Welcome from Oz x2 :)


               11-13-2013, 04:49 AM
               KaPro



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               11-12-2013, 01:40 PM
               L&R


               ALG9 RX2 vs UltralyteLR(125PPS)


               Dual Antilaser RX2 front and rear.

JTG at all the distances. Enjoy it.

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               11-12-2013, 04:51 PM
               L&R


               AntiLaser Speed Trap Compilation 2013


               Filming with Itronics ITB-100SP&HD dash cam.

Original audio was changed with music. First clip shows a red light camera.

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               11-12-2013, 05:28 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Last week we rescued a 5 week old puppy from a person who was going to be evicted for having puppies in their apartment.  Tenant only had a one dog lease and the police were called to help with removal of the puppies or the tenant even though the puppies were only 5 weeks old.

In any case its been a rough week but each day gets better and from barking all night in the beginning and barely getting any sleep we can almost make it through the night now.

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               11-12-2013, 07:55 PM
               Firemedic



               This is why my wife can not come on this site. My future cash for my ALP set up would go to the dogs.


               11-12-2013, 10:56 PM
               RedRocket



               What a cutie,& what a kind heart BRD is.

Tip-o'-the-hat to ya,Bud.


               11-13-2013, 04:53 AM
               KaPro



               Careful BRD, this rescue business can become an addiction. :p I know first hand........


               11-13-2013, 09:52 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       Careful BRD, this rescue business can become an addiction. :p I know first hand........


Yeah, Tell me about it. This seems to be a hot topic now and she is telling me the puppy needs a companion. We have been married over 15 years and I managed to be dog free all this time but she got me with this one. The kids all promised how they would help out but that lasted a few days and they are over the puppy like they are over the guinea pig, the lizard and the other little pets they have that I am stuck taking care of.

The puppy however is growing on me but one really is enough for me.


               11-13-2013, 10:05 AM
               Salty



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       In any case its been a rough week but each day gets better and from barking all night in the beginning and barely getting any sleep we can almost make it through the night now.


<a /attachment.php?s=6f7fd5eb3ddeeae8f78bb73e91295aa3&attachmentid=127" title="Name: Views: Size: ">Attachment 127


LOL! Kind of like having another baby eh?


               11-13-2013, 10:10 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       LOL! Kind of like having another baby eh?


In beginning worse... but its getting better. A baby wakes up you change the diaper, feed and burp and put back to bed. The puppy wants to stay up and play but its getting much better each day.


               11-13-2013, 10:15 AM
               curmudgeon



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       LOL! Kind of like having another baby eh?


You should know:highly_amused:


               11-23-2013, 11:10 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by KaPro


                       Careful BRD, this rescue business can become an addiction. :p I know first hand........


Oh man... I think you were right. My wife found someone else with 10 puppies that need a home. She has the kids teaming up on me on why the puppy needs a friend. She is going to meet this woman on Monday to look at these puppies that need a home. I am out numbered and think its going to get worse for me very soon. Double the poop, Double the pee.... :(


               11-24-2013, 07:50 AM
               RedRocket



               Double the "chewing" when the puppies start teething.Your house & personal items will look like you have termites.


               11-24-2013, 09:30 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               11-24-2013, 09:55 PM
               Holla



               Cute Puppy


               11-25-2013, 08:09 AM
               curmudgeon



               Same or opposite gender???


               11-25-2013, 08:17 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by curmudgeon


                       Same or opposite gender???


Opposite... Everyone told us having two females would have more fighting but I got to say these two puppies so far are fighting a lot. The smaller girl (Brindle) is the one biting while the bigger boy (Red Nose) does not bite back.


               11-25-2013, 10:10 AM
               Salty



               Haha you got another one? LOL! What were you thinking? Very cute though!


               11-25-2013, 11:22 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       Haha you got another one? LOL! What were you thinking? Very cute though!


Felt bad that the puppy was by himself so much with my long work hours and my kids school and activities. Thought getting a friend would make the puppy less lonely. It is however double the work, double the poop and pee and believe me I am second guessing the decision. I did not want the first puppy and now I have two. :(


















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               11-12-2013, 06:09 PM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Did some testing with the OnTrack IR Invisi-Plate Covers and they are clear to the naked eye but they are blocked when looking through an IR Camera.

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I can see these helping many folks that have IR Cameras all over the place but I would be concerned if you have police that drive around with IR Plate Readers. I am sure they would be curious why your tag would not be scanning.


               11-12-2013, 06:22 PM
               dinkydi



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Did some testing with the OnTrack IR Invisi-Plate Covers and they are clear to the naked eye but they are blocked when looking through an IR Camera.

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I can see these helping many folks that have IR Cameras all over the place but I would be concerned if you have police that drive around with IR Plate Readers. I am sure they would be curious why your tag would not be scanning.


dont know what they use here in OZ,for np reading wb is pretty good on this type of info, and also the polis, which i think uses two types of flash, day and night, wb will probably chime in


               11-12-2013, 08:09 PM
               winterbrew



               In visible light, the plate is visible from all angles, and is entirely readable. I've driven around with them on and never had any problems in about a year.

In WA, the police use the Argus ANPR. Not sure about Argus specs, but was told that most ANPR's take one shot in visible light and one in IR, hence if one is not readable, it reads the other.

Take the car park barriers at the local airport. They use ANPR as it prints your rego number on your parking ticket you get from the entrance barrier. You can see the IR cams near the ticket barrier, and the IR sets off my V1 laser alert. The barrier seems to take a bit longer to open, but it still reads my rego, so must be using the visible light shot, as IR is blocked.

I've viewed my car under IR equipped CCTV/night vision cam, and the plate numbers are obscurred.

Poliscans - we think the Poliscans in WA use the visible red 650nm flash day and night here, and not the invisible to the eye, IR flash at 890nm that the Invisi Plate would block. 650nm is visible red light, so unlikely to work. The Poliscan can also use an IR flash (along with white flash), although its not used here as it gives a grainy picture.


               12-18-2013, 02:37 PM
               max



               I bought same L.P sheet cover 7 years ago from 3M...


















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               11-12-2013, 06:48 PM
               radargoat


               Ticket Free since 2009


               Just thought I would share everyone about my last ticket in 2009. It was a hot summer afternoon and the road I was on had a psl of 55, I was doing 60. Mr. LEO shot me with KA I/O as I passed him opposite direction. Yes, my v995 went off instantly. Once I pulled over, he asked for the usual id stuff, and told me to turn off my engine. Temperature was about 90 in direct sunlight. He had a rookie with him and as I watched in my rearview mirror, I could see them having a nice laugh in their air conditioned vehicle. So. while they had a ticket writing party, I was baking in the heat. This made me feel completely humiliated. You could say I was simply a casual RD user then. Well, that event set me on the road to having the best Cm's I could afford. I have learned a great deal since then about Radar Detectors and using them along with being vigilant and aware of potential hiding places. Also, using rabbits when possible. Since then, I have seen this same trooper many times with many victims pulled over on the same road. I drive very safe everywhere I go and have found that it is the slow drivers well below psl that cause traffic hazards and create dangerous situations on the road. It seems like Radar Detector users (except for cobra) are for the most part safer and better drivers than non-users. Well that's about all I wanted say for now. Hope this is posted in the right section. Thanks for listening.:)


               11-12-2013, 07:11 PM
               dinkydi



               gotta agree cms make you more aware of what happening, and keeps you more alert,


               11-12-2013, 07:20 PM
               Firemedic



               I agree that most RD users are safer drivers, is this because they better drivers then most ? not likely. It is the fact that most RD users are far more aware of there surroundings then the the driver with out an RD on board.
Im sure this is due to several factors and not only because you are above the psl.  I know for myself because I drive in areas where ANY cm are illegal I am hyper vigilant to what is ahead of me and what is behind me.  Now when I find my self with out any cm its like driving miss daisy Oooo look squirrel.  :confused:


               11-12-2013, 07:33 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for the post and glad you have been ticket free for several years now.  Having CM's does make you a much more aware driver but knowing how to use the tools properly and knowing their limitations is what makes it all worth while.  I cant tell you how many customers just buy a radar detector and think they are invincible and then get upset when they get their first ticket.


               11-12-2013, 10:44 PM
               RedRocket



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               11-12-2013, 08:05 PM
               RigToFly01


               Hello all!


               I currently own a Passport MAX, 9500ix.  RadarRob came and installed the http://www.alpriorityusa.com/ in my Toyota Prius C.  I am currently waiting on a part to finish the install.  A small mix up in packaging.  So when it's all set it will be the MAX and the AL system.  I commute almost exclusively from New Haven to NYC, 5 days a week.  RadarRob did a great install and I could not be happier.  When I get the part Rob is going to return for some extensive testing with some new guns.  I will post the results in the appropriate forums when that happens.  I am happy with the MAX.  I added the AL system because I got tagged by a CT state trooper with a laser gun about 2 months ago.  I look forward to sharing my results with all of the community here.
    • UPDATED**

Here is a link to my install. http://radarandlaserforum.com/showth...all-(RadarRob)


               11-12-2013, 08:12 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.  You have some quality CM's.


               11-12-2013, 08:22 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       I currently own a Passport MAX, 9500ix.  RadarRob came and installed the http://www.alpriorityusa.com/ in my Toyota Prius C.  I am currently waiting on a part to finish the install.  A small mix up in packaging.  So when it's all set it will be the MAX and the AL system.  I commute almost exclusively from New Haven to NYC, 5 days a week.  RadarRob did a great install and I could not be happier.  When I get the part Rob is going to return for some extensive testing with some new guns.  I will post the results in the appropriate forums when that happens.  I am happy with the MAX.  I added the AL system because I got tagged by a CT state trooper with a laser gun about 2 months ago.  I look forward to sharing my results with all of the community here.


Rob does excellent installs... You will be very happy with the AL Priority. I have been driving with one for a long time now and it will offer you the most protection of all the laser defense products on the market. You made a wise choice and will be protected very well.


               11-12-2013, 08:59 PM
               Firemedic



               Welcome I look forward to your testing videos


               11-12-2013, 09:58 PM
               dinkydi



               welcome aboard


               11-12-2013, 10:28 PM
               RedRocket



               Welcome to the Forum.

I'm also using the AL-P but it's still a virgin.In 3 wks of use I still havn't had its cherry popped by a real Lidar encounter whereas previously to the install I would get hit 3-4 times a month or more. I know,I know...I should be careful what I wish for !


               11-13-2013, 01:07 AM
               winterbrew



               Welcome to the forum :)

My ALP is going strong after nearly 4 months from installation. Mobile Vitronic PoliscanSpeed units give it an almost weekly workout - 19 times since installation and counting !

Haven't been tagged yet by a hand held outside of testing, but performed admirably against the 3 guns we have for testing in our small local group.


               11-13-2013, 08:11 AM
               curmudgeon



               Welcome to the forum.  You can't go wrong with your choice of equipment and installer.


               11-13-2013, 10:48 AM
               RigToFly01



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               11-13-2013, 09:45 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


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               Looks like Escort is going to do what they did last year with the 9500ix and they are releasing Limited Edition units at a $50 premium bringing the most expensive windshield mounted radar detector to an even more expensive $599.95.  I honestly dont think we will be carrying any of these units because it would be too costly to start to stock 5 different versions of the Max.

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I think they are really pushing it with the price tag of $599.95 for a windshield mounted unit.


               11-13-2013, 09:55 AM
               RedRocket



               Oh boy,we're such a superficial nation are we not ? :boink:


               11-13-2013, 11:13 AM
               EscortRadar



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               10-24-2013, 03:30 PM
               Radarrob


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               11-13-2013, 07:28 PM
               winterbrew


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               ALPriority, Laser Interceptor and V1 vs Rear Facing Vitronic PoliscanSpeed


               Here's a comparison test I made yesterday (one car fitted with LI quads, one with ALP quints).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WY5SeXJj8rk

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Rear facing Vitronic PoliscanSpeed set up at the base of the 2nd light pole after the exit ramp on the left. Takes photo of the back of the car after it passes.

First run (front cam) is v8.9 Laser Interceptor quad (2 front, 2 rear), v8.14 firmware running at max sensitivity. No alert from the LI, and the V1 picks up the lidar beam approx 110m after passing the camera.

Second run (front cam) is the ALPriority quint (3 rear, 2 front) v4.2.2 firmware. ALPriority alerts before V1 (static type noise), approx 30 - 40m after passing the camera.

3rd run is same as second run, but from rear cam of the car running the ALP. Poliscan and flash unit can just be made out next to base of light pole.

Looking at still photos from the first video, it would appear the Poliscan setup is not on too much of a harsh angle (some can be set to 45 deg across the road), and appears to bet set around 25 - 35 deg for a longer shot, and minimise lidar detection from back scatter from passing traffic.

Sun was directly to the right of the picture shining at right angles across the road, so both sensor types shouldn't have been disadvantaged.

Rear LI sensors were tested on return, and found to be fully functional.

Coming back in the opposite direction of travel (other side of road), the front LI sensors did alert to Poliscan, along with V1, so there does not appear to be a problem with the CPU. Likewise the front ALP sensors alerted on the return trip, but much earlier than the LI.

Conclusion - 4 receiving diodes per head (AL), are better than two (LI) with respects to PoliscanSpeed detection


               11-13-2013, 08:01 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for the excellent video.  We have been taking abuse from many that say that the Laser Interceptor and the AL Priority are on the same playing field.  All along I have said I would not have been happy with the same protection and I wanted the AL Priority to be the best.  When we released the AL Priority for sale here I came out and said it would offer the best protection available and seeing videos like this make all the hard work worth it.   Thanks again for sharing the many videos you have posted since you received your AL Priority.  To date you have had I think over 20 Poliscan encounters more than anyone I know.


               11-13-2013, 08:25 PM
               RigToFly01



               Great Post!  Very Informative.


               11-13-2013, 08:31 PM
               Radarrob



               Great videos!


               11-13-2013, 09:16 PM
               Yellowcab



               Excellent example of why AntiLaser dominates the AUS market. For years I and others have been sayings the most important aspect of a laser jammer is not its output power, but its sensitivity.  You can't jam it if you can't see it.


               11-13-2013, 09:16 PM
               winterbrew



               Looks like the Poliscan was set up quite low on the tripod. When the beam hits you in the back at 10m (33') its' still very narrow, and probably hit below the license plate or on the rear bumper (LI heads are above the rear license plate). Without maximum sensor senstivity, you get failure to detect, and PT even before the jammer can fire. The LI poliscan algo works very well, but can't do its job, if it doesn't detect in time.

Poliscan only needs 10 consecutive pulses for a speed reading, and at 100pps, that equates to 0.1 sec speed aquisition time.


               11-13-2013, 09:47 PM
               winterbrew



               Unfortunately, thinking about it now, I've had a couple of other rear facers with a V1 alert after passing, and no LI alert. Always assumed, the Poliscan had just been setup and was in self calibration/warm up mode prior to actually prosecuting targets, and was not transmitting its usual pulse rates that the LI detects as Poliscan.

BRD - do you know if they is a delay between jamming commencing and actual audio alert on the ALP, such as happens on the LI to avoid brief falses ?


               11-13-2013, 10:31 PM
               RedRocket



               ^ - I can answer that for you,wb.From my multiple videos taken in IR of the AL-P firing there is no delay whatsoever.The instant the blinking Blue LED shifts to solid Red & the "static pulsing" audio starts simultaneously the IR output has already been firing milliseconds ago.

There is no delay !

p.s.- Most excellent videos from you,tks.No question the AL-P has Superior receiving capabilities above any other as I've witnessed it myself during testing.

p.p.s.-please pass that on to your mate-"hiddencam",for me.I believe he was asking about that on another Forum.:highly_amused:


               11-14-2013, 05:08 AM
               L&R



               Great Videos.Thanks!


               11-14-2013, 06:35 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       BRD - do you know if they is a delay between jamming commencing and actual audio alert on the ALP, such as happens on the LI to avoid brief falses ?


There is no delay with the ALP, As soon as it see's a threat it will alert you and it can distinguish false alerts extremely fast and to date I have not had one false alert with my ALP.


               11-23-2013, 12:34 PM
               nano



               Great video, winterbrew! Thanks for sharing.

Have you had any encounters where it was necessary to jam the Poliscan? During my driving, detection was always long enough to reduce to the speed limit. "Unfortunately" I was never in the situation to jam it, so I was wondering if you made already some experience.


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                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Poliscan only needs 10 consecutive pulses for a speed reading, and at 100pps, that equates to 0.1 sec speed aquisition time.


From studying the working principle of the VPS, it is required to obtain a measurement distance of 10m (within 50 to 20m). There are a few other criterias (driving angle <5°,...), but they are all independent from the detected pulses.


               11-23-2013, 10:31 PM
               winterbrew



               Hi nano,

As you say, usually the warning you receive is > 200m so plenty of time to JTK.

These are a couple where warning is minimal. First video, detection is blocked by the car waiting to pull out of the junction on the left. 2nd is where they are using bushes to minimise detection until the last minute. Of course, when you meet a rear facing setup, it is always usually a JFG situation until you clear the measurement zone;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiuhm-3IGgw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK01tTOFSGw


               11-24-2013, 04:02 PM
               dinkydi



               sure hope the polis dont jump borders :D  ,


               11-28-2013, 09:02 AM
               winterbrew



               Here's one I found in my dashcam archives, after thinking about the results in the first vid ;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDPYYi9190I

Laser Interceptor Quad (2 front, 2 rear), 8.9 heads, v 8.12A firmware misses a rear shot from a Vitronic PoliscanSpeed in the grey cabinet on the left of the freeway. LI was running at maximum sensitivity, and this was a case of failure to detect in time, not failure to jam. V1 picks up the rear laser and alerts after passing the camera.

About 80 -90% of the time, it will detect a rear facer (a miss is rare), but it kicks in around 50 -60m past the camera, which is too late, as the Poliscan has started it's calcs from 10m (33') past the camera, then IPT with a very narrow beam diameter, and will nab you at about 20 - 30m past. Hopefully LI will come up with a way to go to 'Volume 11' on the sensitivity for Poliscan, or give us new compact heads with more than 2 receiving diodes per head.


               11-28-2013, 03:33 PM
               dinkydi



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               11-13-2013, 08:24 PM
               Radarrob


               Laser ally news


               http://www.policeone.com/police-prod...d-enforcement/


               11-13-2013, 09:45 PM
               mirage



               Great that's all we need remote traffic cameras with real-time enforcement.  They would be illegal in my state, but it does get around a few of the issues with completely remote setups.  (ie no LEO to enforce it.. The LEO is there just remote)


               11-14-2013, 07:16 AM
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               11-14-2013, 05:40 PM
               dinkydi



               if its' them big things on top of the pole, easy to spot at the moment , probably be over here in OZ at some later time, they just love keeping us safe on the roads , $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


               11-14-2013, 05:47 PM
               Radarrob



               The ones I saw use laser to get speed.Next time I'm out there I'm going

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               11-13-2013, 08:33 PM
               RigToFly01


               What to do after an encounter?


               Do I need to upload anything after an encounter? I am not sure how your database works.   I am assuming that when the iphone app comes out, it will have the ability to tell the user if you have stumbled on to a new kind of protection.  Please enlighten me.


               11-13-2013, 09:17 PM
               Yellowcab



               Until you have voice or visual alerts don't do anything.


               11-14-2013, 06:41 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



               You do not need to do anything after an encounter.  Hopefully you set your LID settings to 4-5 seconds and it will defend you long enough to slow to a safe speed and they will get a reading on you at the reduced speed and you can go on your way.  Unless you drive in areas where Laser Ally guns are used heavily you will never need to send us anything.  If you want to help other drivers in your area use a smartphone app like Waze and let others know of the trap when you find one.


















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               11-14-2013, 09:03 AM
               RigToFly01


               Maybe a silly question..


               Received the final parts yesterday.  Powered up the system.  Instead of a flashing green LED every second I am getting a flashing blue light.  I went over the Manual again.  I did not see anything regarding flashing blue.  Thanks in advance.


               11-14-2013, 09:08 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Received the final parts yesterday.  Powered up the system.  Instead of a flashing green LED every second I am getting a flashing blue light.  I went over the Manual again.  I did not see anything regarding flashing blue.  Thanks in advance.


Please see this thread...

http://radarandlaserforum.com/showth...ur-AL-Priority

Blinking blue means you are in defense mode. You had your unit installed and Rob had the unit setup for testing which is in unlimited defense mode. You should visit the http://www.alpupdate.com and set the unit to your preferences. I would suggest setting the LID time at anywhere from 4-5 seconds.


               11-14-2013, 09:13 AM
               RedRocket



               ^ - Hold off on doing that "RigToFly01"...leave it in unlimited "defense" mode for the present time !

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               11-14-2013, 09:16 AM
               BestRadarDetectors


               HP-905's Installed in Tesla Model S


               Found this install while searching for some installs on Google:

http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showt...arking-sensors

Mounting heads on the Model S is difficult but they did a good job in my opinion.


               11-14-2013, 10:22 AM
               RedRocket



               While "artsci" may have done a lot of research on Sensor placement(good job) I wish he would have spent a lil' more time researching the different Parking Sensor Mfg's for performance capabilities & especially for the State of Maryland who use Vitronic Poliscan speed laser cameras.

Unfortunately,the Blinder HP-905 offers NO PROTECTION against this & he will likely be getting speeding tickets in the mail very soon. What a shame for such a sweet ride & a well done install.

Maybe you should send him a link to this Thread so he can be warned in advance about the "Poliscans" !


               11-14-2013, 11:18 AM
               Holla



               I agree great install but should be warned, and you may have a new customer BRD :)


               11-14-2013, 07:50 PM
               winterbrew



               Definately a nice install.

He'll get a nice false sense of security as well when the HP-905 announces 'Vitronic Poliscan' along with the jamming sound (not the receiver mode alert sound) , and a rude awakening with a nice bright flash :)

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               11-15-2013, 12:48 PM
               Firemedic


               High tech tip for RD placement


               Well not really high tech but I made you look. :eyebrows:
For anyone who keeps there RD placed on the dash as you know it will slide around.  I use 2 wide rubber bands around the RD and it never moves.


               11-15-2013, 02:09 PM
               L&R



               Post some pics to see your instalation.


               11-15-2013, 03:04 PM
               Holla



               Why would you even place on the dash when you got a visor clip or suction cups?


               11-15-2013, 05:24 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               I would still be hesitant about putting my Redline on the Dash and not having it held tight on the windshield.


               11-15-2013, 05:52 PM
               Firemedic



               I have never lost it nor has it even moved for that matter.  Even if it was to move & it has not.  My Rd is hard wired in and the wire to the RD is max 4" from where it comes up from the dash and plugs into the RD.

@ Holla I live in Communist Ontario and the last thing you want here is to have your RD stuck to your windshield. LEO will own it before you know it.


               11-17-2013, 11:45 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Well not really high tech but I made you look. :eyebrows:
For anyone who keeps there RD placed on the dash as you know it will slide around.  I use 2 wide rubber bands around the RD and it never moves.


My wife does same w/ her E-Z Pass transponder for Toll roads,simple but effect for dashboard location.


               11-17-2013, 12:55 PM
               Won Hunglo



               Run it as high as you can if you want range and a chance at advance lidar alerts.


               11-17-2013, 06:31 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Won Hunglo


                       Run it as high as you can if you want range and a chance at advance lidar alerts.


Have done some testing with the dash location vs sun visor and have not found any difference in range for radar alerts. As for laser once you get that alert, 99% of the time it is just giving you a heads up that you are now owned. As for the location of the RD for the purpose of laser detection. I would think the lower the RD is the better provided there are no obstructions. Most shots are CM, PHL or DHL


               11-17-2013, 06:39 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       My wife does same w/ her E-Z Pass transponder for Toll roads,simple but effect for dashboard location.


Yes simple and effective. In my location simple is best. Not only do you want a very stealthy & clean install you need to be able to remove that RD discreetly in sec`s at times.


               11-17-2013, 07:50 PM
               Won Hunglo



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Have done some testing with the dash location vs sun visor and have not found any difference in range for radar alerts.  As for laser once you get that alert, 99% of the time it is just giving you a heads up that you are now owned.  As for the location of the RD for the purpose of laser detection.  I would think the lower the RD is the better provided there are no obstructions.  Most shots are CM, PHL or DHL


Once you are the target, it is too late. You are trying to get the pan lidar shot for advance warning. Mounted above the RVM of my truck greatly expands radar range over my cars. You have to be able to see over the traffic in front of you for both advance lidar & radar warnings.


               11-17-2013, 10:17 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Won Hunglo


                       Once you are the target, it is too late. You are trying to get the pan lidar shot for advance warning. Mounted above the RVM of my truck greatly expands radar range over my cars. You have to be able to see over the traffic in front of you for both advance lidar & radar warnings.


He lives in a very bad area for CM enthusiasts. Stealth is very important. I wouldn't want to put anything on windshield if I was in his area.


















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        AL Priority Review by Mirage







       AL Priority Review by Mirage




               11-15-2013, 10:08 PM
               mirage


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               AL Priority Review by Mirage


               AL Priority - Dual Head Review

By Mirage

As an owner of both a Laser Interceptor and a Blinder HP905 system, and as a long time CM enthusiast, I felt compelled to review the new AL priority system to see if it lived up to all the hype. First of all, I want to say that I have not been asked to do this review nor have I been given any special privilege or discount in exchange for this review. I’m doing this solely on my own.

Specifications First let’s just take a look at the highlights: Dual processor, 5 head capable CPU with discrete front and rear alerts, USB connection and plug-in capability for GPS, radar detectors, HiFi modules and Bluetooth.

More detailed specifications can be found here.

Compact & Stealthy I’ll start by saying the system is extremely small. So small that I thought I had ordered the wrong item when it arrived. The sensor heads are no larger than a key fob and close to a third of the size of the LI head. The only thing I wished this system had was a remote controller instead of the wired controller. I can see that going away when the Bluetooth modules are available since you’ll be able to control everything with your phone, but would be nice to see this in future releases.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxUOM-1zLb0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5xqZJOEJY0

Each part of system is boxed separately making it easy to mix and match to get the system you really want so in the case of an ALP dual you would get 3 boxes. 1 for the CPU, and 2 sensor boxes. Each sensor comes with mounting hardware including a bendable bracket, and RJ style connecting wires. The RJ plugs go into the CPU and the other end is connected via a weather proof din connector to a small 1 foot wire off the sensor head. This makes it easy to remove or exchange heads without having to go back through the firewall. This is very similar to the Laser Interceptor 8.9 heads and connecting cables.

Hooking Everything Up Connecting the CPU is simple just hook up the red and black power wires and plug into the CPU. You will notice there are two additional wires (blue and green) for connecting to a mute source and a relay respectively. The blue wire can be connected to a stereo that has its own muting capabilities or it can be triggered via a separate switch. The green wire could have many uses, but one that comes to mind is a relay that controls an external brake light kill. Useful for rear laser encounters when you don’t want to apply the brakes.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uVg7_421Yw

Programming and Firmware Updates The AL Priority system comes with a USB port designed to be used with USB keys / jump drives. Each system is individually keyed to a specific serial number making it easy for AL to control who receives each firmware revision as the firmware cannot be shared between CPUs. This is all easily accomplished via the ALPrioriyUpdate.com website. You don’t need any software just a web browser and a USB key. Visit the website type in your serial number and download the file to your USB key. Then simply put the key in the CPU and wait for it to upload. No software, No special USB to Serial connectors, just a simple copy of a file from any PC and you are ready to go. (USB keys must be formatted in FAT16 or FAT32. FAT 32 recommended). This makes upgrading a breeze. Plus the site also contains setup software for configuring your ALP. Once you answer the questions on the setup screen it will download a file to your USB key. Again simply plug into your ALP CPU and wait for it to the complete the configuration. Easy to setup, easy to upgrade, and extremely powerful.

Performance Reception is key to any effective laser jamming system. The AL Priority has 4 receiving diodes that are extremely sensitive and the Laser Interceptor 8.9 head has 2 receiving diodes and very good ones at that. I did some sensitivity testing with the ALP head and the LI 8.9 head and discovered to my surprise that the ALP head was able to detect the lidar signal up to 3ft further than the LI. This test included firing a lidar gun in a straight line at a distance of 20ft. At this range, the lidar pulse would only be about 3" wide. As you fire towards the head you move away keeping the same distance until the lidar signal is no longer detected by the receiver. The ALP was able to pick up the signal approximately 7ft from the head. The Laser Interceptor lost the signal at 55". Still not bad that's 4 feet from the edge vehicle, but 7ft was surprising.

Testing With the help of Won Hunglo, he and I tested against some of the more common guns and the more difficult to jam guns. The key here was to test the ALP's capability against various guns. Today's test was setup as if a LE was targeting the vehicle. So no extreme off axis or anything of that nature. The goal was to make sure the jammer was setup properly and that the heads were mounted correctly. To my surprise it was extremely effective even a close range where competing products have failed in the past. We had one PT on all the JTG runs where the distance was less than 100'. This was on the Stalker at 44'. On a 3000' course, we'll call that JTG.

Gun LHL COM RHL

ProLaser III JTG JTG JTG

Pro Lite JTG JTG JTG

LTI LRB JTG JTG JTG

LR-100* JTG JTG JTG

STALKER JTG JTG JTG

Truspeed JTG JTG JTG

DALA 1 JTG JTG JTG

DALA 2 JTG JTG JTG


  • - Initial result was IPT, but has been addressed with new firmware.

We did run into some issues with our version of the LTI UltraLyte LR-100. This is the same gun that gave Blinder fits in the past. A different LR-100 was tested by YellowCab and RadarRob and were JTG so we are investigating the difference. Our version did not appear to jam at all. We captured the data and sent it to AL. We are hoping that AL can shed some light on the issue.

Advanced Features One of my favorite features of the new AL Priority system is the ability to capture an unknown laser source and send it to AL for coding. This to me is one of the most powerful features of the system. Now with crowd sourced data, newer guns with updating firmware and/or changing pulse trains can be handled with a simple capture. No longer do you need to ship the gun to the jammer manufacturer for coding. This is a huge leap forward and something the advanced community has been wanting for quite sometime. I built a similar device using Laser Interceptor heads, but the LI team would never look at the data. That same data was later used by some of the advanced members to decode the DALA pulse train. During our testing we did encounter a variant of one gun that the ALP was not jamming effectively but yet another version it did jam effectively. So we recorded the data and sent to AL. Unfortunately, it was after hours so hopefully we will see an update sometime next week.

Another powerful feature is the plug-in capability of the ALP. With plugins for Bluetooth, HiFi audio, GPS, and radar detectors, the ALP is truly an all-in-one defense system.

Pros Superior performance USB upgrading with no software to install Ability to capture unknown Lidar Plug-in capability Remote triggering

Cons None at the moment, but I would prefer a wireless controller and wish the voices were part of the original system as with competing jammers.

Conclusion The AL Priority is a serious jamming system with features that are way ahead of the competition. The other laser jammer companies are going to have to step up significantly to surpass what AL has done with the priority. I am now running this system as my daily driver, but I must say I do miss the voices from the Laser Interceptor. I hope the HiFi module or Bluetooth module will bring these back as this is something I really enjoyed on the LI system. This system should prove to be powerful competition against LI who is really the only other competition in this area. Blinder still continues to be plagued with the inability to update frequently enough to make it an effective jammer, and the other systems should take note of the capture capability in the AL Priority as it is the first step in the next generation of LCM's.

-Mirage


               11-15-2013, 10:09 PM
               mirage



               Reserved for Updates


               11-15-2013, 10:46 PM
               Yellowcab



               Great review.


               11-15-2013, 10:48 PM
               Holla



               Great write up!  I myself want a Jammer and it will more than likely be the ALP.  Im just waiting for all the pieces to come together for ALP before a make the move.  No doubt its a class act jammer and I agree the LI and ALP are top notch, but with the ALP on top right now.


               11-15-2013, 10:58 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Thanks for the review and we will find out asap what the issue is with the one gun.  I know we have tested the LR-100 many times before and did not have any issues.  I am sure by Monday the engineers will have something for you to test against that one gun. The pictures of the product are great, What kind of Camera do you use?


               11-15-2013, 11:03 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       The pictures of the product are great, What kind of Camera do you use?


Still Images - Canon 5D Mark III - Those images were taken with my 24-70mm F2.8 USM L lens. Video - Canon Vixia HFG20 and GoPro (Actually the GoPro ones are not up yet).


       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Thanks for the review and we will find out asap what the issue is with the one gun.  I know we have tested the LR-100 many times before and did not have any issues.  I am sure by Monday the engineers will have something for you to test against that one gun.


I fully expect AL to resolve the issue. That being said I will update the review when we confirm it. I have to say I was surprised I didn't see more sub 200' PT's. AL has really done their homework.


               11-16-2013, 08:26 AM
               Radarrob



               Now the PT tour heads to Texas soon lol.Let me know how you make out with off axis testing.


               11-16-2013, 10:12 AM
               Salty



               Awesome review.


               11-16-2013, 11:07 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Now the PT tour heads to Texas soon lol.Let me know how you make out with off axis testing.


I'm not scared. If you remember correctly the last time you were here I had the only vehicle that was JTG against you! (Except for the early morning test and we both know why on that one! :) )


               11-16-2013, 01:42 PM
               RigToFly01



               Great Review!  Thank you for taking the time to test.  As I said in my install post.  The one gun that I was able to do a small test with was the LTI UltraLyte LR-100.  The ALP was able to stop the gun I had.  I was not able to get a single speed reading. Hopefully more tests with my setup will be posted in the next week or 2. Again. Great work.


               11-16-2013, 02:04 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       The one gun that I was able to do a small test with was the LTI UltraLyte LR-100.  The ALP was able to stop the gun I had.  I was not able to get a single speed reading.


Since we know there were a couple of tests against a LR-100 I found it odd that we were having problems, but it could be something simple. Regardless just goes to show that we all need to test because there are variants of these guns. It will only make the priority that much stronger and better for us all!


               11-16-2013, 02:30 PM
               RigToFly01



               With the Advanced Features you talked about in your test, I would assume over time a database could be built to list which State used which guns.  That would be useful.  Maybe something like that exists already.  I am VERY new to this. :)


               11-16-2013, 02:52 PM
               GotWake



               Nice review!  I think I'll have to install a kill switch too. Does the blue light blink all the time?  If so, that controller will be installed in my ashtray with the lid closed.


               11-16-2013, 02:55 PM
               RigToFly01



               you can set the system to "DARK MODE" that only uses LED's on startup and alarm.  That is currently what I have mine set to.


               11-16-2013, 04:21 PM
               Radarrob



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       I'm not scared.  If you remember correctly the last time you were here I had the only vehicle that was JTG against you!  (Except for the early morning test and we both know why on that one!  :) )


Its ok to get owned lol. Better to find the spot and fine tune it instead of a cop.


               11-16-2013, 04:24 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Radarrob


                       Its ok to get owned lol. Better to find the spot and fine tune it instead of a cop.


Exactly right just good thing you never got me or I never would have heard the end of it. :)

Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk


               11-16-2013, 05:39 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       Exactly right just good thing you never got me or I never would have heard the end of it.  :)

Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk


There is always next time. :)

You are very fortunate that you have an easy car to protect. Very few good reflective surfaces.


               11-16-2013, 05:44 PM
               Firemedic



               Thank you for the great review.  I look forward to the answer regarding the P.T. with the LR 100


               11-16-2013, 05:50 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Yellowcab


                       There is always next time.  :)

You are very fortunate that you have an easy car to protect. Very few good reflective surfaces.


I'm anxious to see how I do this time with the ALP. Now I was running a quad LI with 2 forward facing heads and 2 angled heads. :boxing:


               11-16-2013, 09:53 PM
               Won Hunglo



               We were blessed with great southern winter testing weather. Sunny & about 75F. I was very impressed with AL's performance. While the test vehicle is very stealthy looking without a jammer, I had no problem getting readings with the 100LR as soon as the test car turned onto the 3000ft test course. Looking forward to the next round of testing.


               11-17-2013, 12:23 PM
               RedRocket



               Enjoyed the "Vids & Stills" accompanying the new install & product review.Tks for taking the time to post it here.

Oh yeah,sweet ride ya' got there,son! :applause:


               11-18-2013, 12:52 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Thank you for the great review.  I look forward to the answer regarding the P.T. with the LR 100


Issue has been corrected and there is a major update rolling out next week with many improvements and support for the new modules. This fix will be added to the update next week for the rest of the users.


               11-18-2013, 01:13 PM
               mirage



               AMAZING!  That's all I can say.  AL got this done quickly and it worked the first time!


               11-18-2013, 02:39 PM
               Salty



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Issue has been corrected and there is a major update rolling out next week with many improvements and support for the new modules. This fix will be added to the update next week for the rest of the users.


Wow. That's pretty damn fast! I think the ALP will set a new standard as far as best product, protection against the most guns, including DALA, and fast updates!


               11-18-2013, 02:44 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Issue has been corrected and there is a major update rolling out next week with many improvements and support for the knew modules. This fix will be added to the update next week for the rest of the users.


This is great. Not only a great product, but great customer service in addressing this problem. Many knew this could be a great product but were and are still holding out to see what support for updates will be like. I think the answer is clear.


               11-18-2013, 02:47 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       AMAZING!  That's all I can say.  AL got this done quickly and it worked the first time!


Did you retest ?


               11-18-2013, 03:08 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       Did you retest ?


Oh yeah..... retested and now 100% JTG.


               11-18-2013, 07:03 PM
               Firemedic



               :applause:


               11-18-2013, 08:34 PM
               Won Hunglo



               I love happy endings.:D


               11-18-2013, 10:00 PM
               dinkydi



               cant believe how fast updates are, done and tested , well done :)


               11-19-2013, 09:20 AM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Won Hunglo


                       I love happy endings.:D


I had one last night.:highly_amused:


               11-19-2013, 10:37 AM
               Salty



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       I had one last night.:highly_amused:


Are you sure that's possible at your age? :nightmare::hororr::highly_amused:


               11-19-2013, 03:31 PM
               Yellowcab



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       I had one last night.:highly_amused:


At Friendly's. ;)


               11-19-2013, 03:55 PM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       I had one last night.:highly_amused:


And I bet you had help from a little blue pill..... :happy:


               11-19-2013, 04:00 PM
               mirage



               Maybe we should get back on topic before this gets out of hand....  what's the topic again?  :highly_amused:


               11-19-2013, 06:44 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       Are you sure that's possible at your age? :nightmare::hororr::highly_amused:


Can you pole vault w/ your's? ;)


               11-19-2013, 06:50 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Firemedic


                       And I bet you had help from a little blue pill.....  :happy:


No enhancements req'd,still "blue" Steel!:happy:


               11-20-2013, 11:02 AM
               Firemedic



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       No enhancements req'd,still "blue" Steel!:happy:


Next your going to tell us it looks like a baby's arm :hail::highly_amused::focus:


               11-21-2013, 01:06 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Since the install have you had any real encounters yet?


               11-21-2013, 01:14 PM
               mirage



               Not yet.  Still waiting on the first real encounter with the mighty LRB or PL3.  LOL


















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               11-16-2013, 02:47 PM
               GotWake


               Hello!


               New guy here :D


               11-16-2013, 04:06 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by GotWake


                       New guy here :D


Welcome to the forum. If I can help you in any way please let me know.


               11-16-2013, 04:47 PM
               dinkydi



               Hi from oz, go wake  :)


               11-16-2013, 05:11 PM
               mirage



               Welcome to the forum.


               11-16-2013, 05:29 PM
               Yellowcab



               Welcome to the forum.   It is great welcoming another familiar face here.


               11-16-2013, 07:34 PM
               winterbrew



               Welcome from down under :)


               11-16-2013, 08:23 PM
               curmudgeon



               Welcome Got Wake..............very glad to see another friend here


               11-16-2013, 09:33 PM
               Firemedic



               Welcome from the North.


               11-17-2013, 11:20 AM
               RedRocket



               "Hello" back atcha, Got Wake- & Welcome to the Forum.


               11-18-2013, 05:59 PM
               Salty



               Now we're going to need a "Firearms" section since Wake is here!


               11-18-2013, 09:01 PM
               GotWake



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by Salty


                       Now we're going to need a "Firearms" section since Wake is here!


LOL Too funny :D


               11-19-2013, 01:09 PM
               hammerdown



               figures Wake and Salty would beat me here... yup... where's the gun section?:highly_amused:


               11-19-2013, 06:45 PM
               GIG4FUN



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by GotWake


                       New guy here :D


MOST of us are new here too!

Welcome GW, Gig


















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        AL Priority - What Have I Been Hit By?







       AL Priority - What Have I Been Hit By?




               11-16-2013, 04:56 PM
               mirage


               AL Priority - What Have I Been Hit By?


               Another cool feature for those of you that are not familiar is the Settings & Use Statistics generation.  

To Get the Stats:

Connect USB flash drive to the USB port in AL Control Box, or in USB extension cable,Enter Yellow Menu by long press of MENU button,Press NEXT 7 times then press ENTER (you will enter Service Code sub-menu and LED will turn white),Now Press NEXT 2 times then press ENTER and wait for sound sequence to finish,Again Press NEXT 2 times then press ENTER and wait for sound sequence to finish,Once more press NEXT 2 times then press ENTER.AL system will store your present settings and use statistics to USB flash drive by creating a file named Setup.alp. If file storing was successful the system will alert you with a short blue LED light. The AL system will exit yellow menu after a few seconds of being inactive.Connect this USB flash drive to your computer.Click Browse and find the Setup.alp file on your USB memory drive and press Upload.


You will get results like this:

Device information

Serial number XXXXXXX

Firmware version 4.2.2

Region North America

Power Cycles 37

Control Set FW version 2.4

Control Set HW version 1

Settings

Audio Volume 5

Parking detection range 3

Silent Power-up Disabled

Dark Mode Enabled

Parking enabled sensors Rear1, Rear2

GPS Antenna Enabled

PDC Speed Limit n/a

Working mode Parking and Laser Interference Defense

Pro mode Enabled

LID Speed Limit n/a

Radar Antenna Model Not Connected

Radar Settings


LID Time Unlimited – Test purposes


Specific LID settings

Vitronic Poliscan Speed scanner Enabled

Unicam Camera Section speed control All sensors ON

NJL SCS Speed-laser Enabled

Riegl Speed-laser Enabled

Trafic Observer Speed scanner Enabled

Stalker Speed-laser Maximum Power


Alerts by Source Speed-laser

Marksman and UltraLyte 1

Atlanta SpeedLaser Stealth 0

Kustom ProLaser 1 0

Kustom ProLaser & ProLite 4

Redspeed SpeedGuard 0

Riegl 0

Stalker 5

LTI Truspeed 1

Unipar - SL700 0

NJL SCS 101 & 102 0

Jenoptik – Laveg 0

Leivtec XV 2 0

Laser Ally 41


Error Sensitive Lasers

Jenoptik LaserPatrol 0

Jenoptik TraffiPatrol XR 0

ProLaser 2 & Atlanta SpeedLaser 0


Speed Section Control

Camea - IR Camera 0


Speed Scanner

Traffic Observer 0

Vitronic Poliscan 12


Radar

K-band 0

Ka-band 0

X-band 0

POP 0



These are my stats from the testing this weekend. Now the interesting part is the Vitronic Poliscan hits. Hmm.. Not possible in my state so will need to look into this further. As you can see we tested the snot out of the DALA.


               11-16-2013, 06:31 PM
               RigToFly01



               May I say that this thread should be "STICKY"


               11-16-2013, 07:48 PM
               Holla



               To get into these "settings" is it outlined anyplace for us to look at and do in a manual or the ALP website


               11-16-2013, 09:02 PM
               mirage



               Go here and you can look at the settings:

http://www.alpriorityupdate.com/

Click Setup. You don't have to have a serial number to look at the settings. The other two selections require a valid serial number.


               11-16-2013, 09:14 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



               Statistics might have several bugs as the process is being redone to incorporate the full radar integration.  When the integration is complete I will do a full write-up.


               11-16-2013, 09:21 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Statistics might have several bugs as the process is being redone to incorporate the full radar integration.  When the integration is complete I will do a full write-up.


Ok great. Yeah the Poliscan hits were odd. Everything else looks like it is right on the money other than a few of the counts don't appear to be correct. But it correctly identified all the guns we used on Friday.


               11-16-2013, 10:14 PM
               winterbrew



               I got a couple of Camea IR section controls appear on launch firmware, but no more problems on 4.2.2. I think one of the 4.2.2 updates was 'improve Poliscan detection, and reduce falsing'


               11-16-2013, 11:13 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                        As you can see we tested the snot out of the DALA.


Your AL Priority is still a virgin... Here are my stats:

Device information Serial number XXXXXXX Firmware version 4.2.2 Region North America Power Cycles 96 Control Set FW version 2.4 Control Set HW version 1 Settings Audio Volume 3 Parking detection range 3 Silent Power-up Disabled Dark Mode Disabled Parking enabled sensors Front1, Front2, Front3, Rear1, Rear2 GPS Antenna Enabled PDC Speed Limit n/a Working mode Parking and Laser Interference Defense Pro mode Disabled LID Speed Limit n/a Radar Antenna Model STIR+ Radar Settings X, K, Ka LID Time Unlimited – Test purposes Specific LID settings Vitronic Poliscan Speed scanner Enabled Unicam Camera Section speed control All sensors ON NJL SCS Speed-laser Enabled Riegl Speed-laser Enabled Trafic Observer Speed scanner Enabled Stalker Speed-laser Maximum Power Alerts by Source Speed-laser Marksman and UltraLyte 50 Atlanta SpeedLaser Stealth 2 Kustom ProLaser 1 2 Kustom ProLaser & ProLite 39 Redspeed SpeedGuard 0 Riegl 0 Stalker 156 LTI Truspeed 76 Unipar - SL700 0 NJL SCS 101 & 102 0 Jenoptik – Laveg 0 Leivtec XV 2 0 Laser Ally 240 Error Sensitive Lasers Jenoptik LaserPatrol 0 Jenoptik TraffiPatrol XR 0 ProLaser 2 & Atlanta SpeedLaser 8 Speed Section Control Camea - IR Camera 0 Speed Scanner Traffic Observer 0 Vitronic Poliscan 9 Radar K-band 0 Ka-band 0 X-band 0 POP 0


               11-16-2013, 11:15 PM
               mirage



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                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       Your AL Priority is still a virgin...


You might want to remove that serial number oh experienced one... LOL. You have to remember mine was in 1 day! So yes still very much a virgin!


               11-16-2013, 11:19 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       You might want to remove that serial number oh experienced one... LOL.  You have to remember mine was in 1 day!  So yes still very much a virgin!


LOL... I am sure yours will see some more action but my unit has a big head start. I do notice I also have 9 Poliscan's listed so one of the guns is coded to the wrong name and we will have to get that fixed.


               11-16-2013, 11:23 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       LOL... I am sure yours will see some more action but my unit has a big head start.


I have a feeling you'll keep the lead on this one, but I must say you sure were testing that Stalker. :nightmare:

I can't wait to test some more.


               11-16-2013, 11:43 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors


                       I do notice I also have 9 Poliscan's listed so one of the guns is coded to the wrong name and we will have to get that fixed.


It's the LTI LR-100. I just shot it again and the Poliscan value increased to 13.


               11-17-2013, 12:00 AM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       It's the LTI LR-100.  I just shot it again and the Poliscan value increased to 13.


Have no doubt we will get this fixed Monday.


               11-17-2013, 03:37 AM
               winterbrew



               Sometimes with my laser tester set for Ultralyte (100pps), if I shot my Blinder HP-905 a few times with it, it would eventually announce 'Vitronic Poliscan'

Vitronic PoliscanSpeed = 100 pps.

Probably explains why youre getting IPT on the 100pps UltraLyte if its responding with the Poliscan algo.


               11-17-2013, 09:26 AM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Sometimes with my laser tester set for Ultralyte (100pps), if I shot my Blinder HP-905 a few times with it, it would eventually announce 'Vitronic Poliscan'

Vitronic PoliscanSpeed = 100 pps.

Probably explains why youre getting IPT on the 100pps UltraLyte if its responding with the Poliscan algo.


I'm not sure the Poliscan is 100pps or the AL would have had no issue with the LR-100. I'm no expert on the poliscan, but I think it's VPR regardless since it's not used in my area I am going to disable it and test this morning against the LR-100 to see if your assumption is correct. It would make sense if the AL was detecting poliscan and sending the wrong jamming signal that we would get IPT. I am confident that AL will have this all worked out tomorrow and I'm glad we were able to help them make the device that much better. I'll let you guys know what I find.


               11-17-2013, 12:51 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       Sometimes with my laser tester set for Ultralyte (100pps), if I shot my Blinder HP-905 a few times with it, it would eventually announce 'Vitronic Poliscan'

Vitronic PoliscanSpeed = 100 pps.

Probably explains why youre getting IPT on the 100pps UltraLyte if its responding with the Poliscan algo.


Excellent observation on your part,wb ! Could very well be the culprit.


               11-17-2013, 06:12 PM
               winterbrew



               Here's the data from the manual ;


       Quote:


                       9.2 LIDAR

Range of measured distances 10 m – 75 m Measuring frequency 100 Hz Number of measurements/scans 158 Angular resolution (horizontal) 0.28 ° Horizontal measurement angle 45 ° Horizontal beam spread 6 mrad Vertical beam spread 19 mrad Depth resolution 312.5 mm Pulse duration 15 ns Pulse width 4.5 m Resolution A/D-converter 8 bit Power supply 12 V DC Laser class 1


We used to think it was VPR, as some YouTube vids with Whistler RD's which display pulse rates, used to show it shifting between about 65 - 100pps over a few seconds.

The reality is that as the lidar beam scans across the road, the RD picks this up as a change in pulse rate.

HTH


               11-17-2013, 06:32 PM
               mirage



               After testing again today it appears if you disable the poliscan it will also disable the alerts for LR-100.  So it looks like AL will need to take a look at the two and correctly identify which one is being used as apparently they have different jamming algos even though they are 100pps each.


               11-17-2013, 08:43 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       The reality is that as the lidar beam scans across the road, the RD picks this up as a change in pulse rate.

HTH


Oh,so it's not an oscillating back-and-forth sweep then.Sounds more like a multifaceted,rotating mirror it would seem to be.


               11-17-2013, 09:22 PM
               winterbrew



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       Oh,so it's not an oscillating back-and-forth sweep then.Sounds more like a multifaceted,rotating mirror it would seem to be.


I'm told there's a rotating prism type thing in there :)

Here's some blurb from our local police force ;


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                       The PoliScanspeed camera is designed to concurrently detect, track and enforce multiple 

vehicles on single lane and multi-lane roads. It uses 3D scene capture and vehicle tracking to determine the speed of each vehicle and whether the vehicle is exceeding the set speed limit.

The PoliScanspeed camera uses a high resolution scanning laser, constantly capturing the scene within the measurement zone. This enables individual vehicles to be detected and precisely tracked through the measurement zone.


Our LEO's also use the 100pps Ultralyte's so will take it easy for a a bit. Hopefully the ALP is not trying to use the UL100 algo against the Poliscan :)


               11-19-2013, 05:42 PM
               RigToFly01



               Does the ALP have an option to dump date and time of hits?  I did some testing with new friends on Monday with a wide range of guns.  Driving in today I got hit but saw no car on my side.  I am worried when I do the information dump to USB key, today's hit will be lost in Monday's testing.  Any way to avoid this until we get the iphone app?


               11-19-2013, 05:57 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Does the ALP have an option to dump date and time of hits?  I did some testing with new friends on Monday with a wide range of guns.  Driving in today I got hit but saw no car on my side.  I am worried when I do the information dump to USB key, today's hit will be lost in Monday's testing.  Any way to avoid this until we get the iphone app?


ALP only stores the types and total of encounters on the AL CPU. Date and Time is something you will need the App for if its important to you.


               11-20-2013, 01:16 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Does the ALP have an option to dump date and time of hits?  I did some testing with new friends on Monday with a wide range of guns.  Driving in today I got hit but saw no car on my side.  I am worried when I do the information dump to USB key, today's hit will be lost in Monday's testing.  Any way to avoid this until we get the iphone app?


You should see these models in your AL-P "Incident Log" history: LR B,*Laser Ally,TruSpeed,TruSpeed S,SpeedLaser T !

(*LaserAlly = 3 diff. versions we used)


p.s.-any other Type appearing in your list could be the one you got hit by going to work.


               11-20-2013, 02:47 PM
               RigToFly01



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       You should see these models in your AL-P "Incident Log" history:

LR B,*Laser Ally,TruSpeed,TruSpeed S,SpeedLaser T !

(*LaserAlly = 3 diff. versions we used)


p.s.-any other Type appearing in your list could be the one you got hit by going to work.



Device information Serial number XXXXXXX Firmware version 4.2.2 Region North America Power Cycles 30 Control Set FW version 2.4 Control Set HW version 1 Settings Audio Volume 3 Parking detection range 3 Silent Power-up Disabled Dark Mode Enabled Parking enabled sensors Front1, Front2, Front3, Rear1, Rear2 GPS Antenna Enabled PDC Speed Limit n/a Working mode Parking and Laser Interference Defense Pro mode Disabled LID Speed Limit n/a Radar Antenna Model Not Connected Radar Settings LID Time Unlimited – Test purposes Specific LID settings Vitronic Poliscan Enabled Speed scanner Unicam Camera All sensors ON Section speed control NJL SCS Enabled Speed-laser Riegl Enabled Speed-laser Trafic Observer Enabled Speed scanner Stalker Maximum Power Speed-laser Alerts by Source Speed-laser Marksman and UltraLyte 9 Atlanta SpeedLaser Stealth 0 Kustom ProLaser 1 0 Kustom ProLaser & ProLite 0 Redspeed SpeedGuard 0 Riegl 0 Stalker 4 LTI Truspeed 2 Unipar - SL700 0 NJL SCS 101 & 102 0 Jenoptik – Laveg 0 Leivtec XV 2 0 Laser Ally 5 Error Sensitive Lasers Jenoptik LaserPatrol 0 Jenoptik TraffiPatrol XR 0 ProLaser 2 & Atlanta SpeedLaser 0 Speed Section Control Camea - IR Camera 0 Speed Scanner Traffic Observer 0 Vitronic Poliscan 1 Radar K-band 0 Ka-band 0 X-band 0 POP 0


Maybe I was hit by Vitronic Poliscan? Is that a stationary trap?


               11-20-2013, 03:10 PM
               mirage



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       Maybe I was hit by Vitronic Poliscan?  Is that a stationary trap?


It is a stationary trap. I think Maryland has them so they are somewhat in your area. This is also the one that was showing up on my stats with a count of 13 and I know for sure they are not in my state. I think at the moment we believe this is a bug on the AL stats, but won't know for sure until the next firmware release.


               11-20-2013, 05:39 PM
               thesilverbullet



               very nice to pull the history - escort could take a lessen here...


               11-21-2013, 01:02 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       It is a stationary trap.  I think Maryland has them so they are somewhat in your area.  This is also the one that was showing up on my stats with a count of 13 and I know for sure they are not in my state.  I think at the moment we believe this is a bug on the AL stats, but won't know for sure until the next firmware release.


Mirage,

Have you pulled stats and checked it again since the firmware update to see if your history still reflected the Poliscan?


               11-21-2013, 01:15 PM
               mirage



               I have not, but will tonight when I get home.  Do the stats get reset with new firmware update?


               11-21-2013, 01:18 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       I have not, but will tonight when I get home.  Do the stats get reset with new firmware update?


No, The stats do not get reset with updates.


               11-23-2013, 12:39 PM
               nano



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by winterbrew


                       I got a couple of Camea IR section controls appear on launch firmware, but no more problems on 4.2.2. I think one of the 4.2.2 updates was 'improve Poliscan detection, and reduce falsing'


Volvo laser cruise control triggered my rear sensor with the launch firmware. After deactivating the Camea-option it was gone. BTW this type of speed control is only used in the czech republic (Europe), so you can safely disable it.


               11-23-2013, 12:58 PM
               nano



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by mirage


                       I'm not sure the Poliscan is 100pps or the AL would have had no issue with the LR-100.  I'm no expert on the poliscan, but I think it's VPR regardless since it's not used in my area I am going to disable it and test this morning against the LR-100 to see if your assumption is correct.  It would make sense if the AL was detecting poliscan and sending the wrong jamming signal that we would get IPT.  I am confident that AL will have this all worked out tomorrow and I'm glad we were able to help them make the device that much better.  I'll let you guys know what I find.


The problem with the pulsrate of 100pps is that there three different laser guns which are using this frequency. First there is the LTI Ultralyte with 100pps, the Jenoptik LaserPatrol and Vitronic PoliscanSpeed.

Since the LaserPatrol is very sensitive to jam codes, it was necessary to set the priority to this gun. A LJ only processes the frequency of the incoming signal, so it is not possible to differentiate, between those guns. Measuring the pulse length is not possible (~10 ns).

The VPS is really a pain in the ass. Detecting is quite difficult, because of the working principle. A laserdiode is sending 15800 pulses per second to a rotating mirror, which splits the pulses to a measurement area of 45°. In theory the incoming signal should be 100 pps, but the reality looks different. The problem is the rotating mirror which isn't rotating with a constant speed. This leads to a "variable" plusrate. The interesting thing is, that for a valid measurement a constant angular velocity system is not necessary, because only the time of flight (from sending the pulse out, to receive it back) is important. When measuring the laser pulses of the VPS with a high accurate meter you can see that the frequency is jumping on a basis of 100 Hz. Because of this, it is very hard for a LJ to recognize the VPS with a 100% and not falsing to a different signal. The AL G9 sometimes had problems detecting the VPS, which leads sometimes to a interrupting alarm. In this case, the VPS wasn't recognised correctly and no jamming signal was sent. The much fast processor(s) of the ALP are very helpful in terms of VPS. Jamming the VPS is another story. ;)


               11-23-2013, 06:10 PM
               RedRocket



               ^ - Very interesting details concerning the Poliscan.

How much does the frequency "wobble" (vary) +/- around 100pps ?


               11-24-2013, 01:41 PM
               RedRocket



       Quote:



                               Originally Posted by RedRocket


                       You should see these models in your AL-P "Incident Log" history:

LR B,*Laser Ally,TruSpeed,TruSpeed S,SpeedLaser T !


@RigToFly01 - hmmm, I noticed in your "Alerts by Source Speed-Laser" list(see post #24) that while you were targeted w/ an Atlanta SpeedLaser lidar there is no showing of it in your list !

p.s. - It was not in STEALTH mode,btw.As there is only 1 listing for Laser Atlanta maybe that's why...then again shouldn't there also be a 2nd listing for NORMAL mode ?


               12-19-2013, 09:04 PM
               JohnBoy


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               Having the history right in the app is pretty sweet!

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               12-30-2013, 03:50 PM
               RigToFly01


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               First time encounter?


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On my Daily commute today, This is what I saw when I looked down to check on the app. I was in heavy traffic when this happened. Hence the low speed.

  1. 1 Is this a true alert or still a bug?
  2. 2 Is there a way to with the current app that it can show GPS of this encounter?
  3. 3 I still have the LED light connected to the system, I know for a fact that the LED did not go off for this alert, Is that correct or is it a bug?

Thanks


               12-30-2013, 03:58 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


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On my Daily commute today, This is what I saw when I looked down to check on the app. I was in heavy traffic when this happened. Hence the low speed.

  1. 1 Is this a true alert or still a bug?
  2. 2 Is there a way to with the current app that it can show GPS of this encounter?
  3. 3 I still have the LED light connected to the system, I know for a fact that the LED did not go off for this alert, Is that correct or is it a bug?

Thanks


1. The LR100 bug was corrected if you are running the current firmware. 2. Great idea and maybe in a future release we can capture GPS cordinates 3. If the LED did not go off it might have been a false alert from a laser guidance system mapped incorrectly to the wrong alert in the app. You dont have a cam by any chance do you?


               12-30-2013, 04:10 PM
               RigToFly01



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                       3. If the LED did not go off it might have been a false alert from a laser guidance system mapped incorrectly to the wrong alert in the app. You dont have a cam by any chance do you?


I do not yet. It's my next big investment. I started a thread in the other section asking for suggestions. I roughly know were I was when the alert happened. I drive this exact route everyday and never got this alert before I installed the rear sensors. The next time I drive in will be on the 1st. I will lookout in the area and see if I get it again.

Can we also add to the History that it will state if it was the front sensors or the rear sensors when you have a quad setup?


               12-30-2013, 04:45 PM
               BestRadarDetectors



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                               Originally Posted by RigToFly01


                       I do not yet. It's my next big investment.  I started a thread in the other section asking for suggestions. I roughly know were I was when the alert happened.  I drive this exact route everyday and never got this alert before I installed the rear sensors. The next time I drive in will be on the 1st.  I will lookout in the area and see if I get it again.

Can we also add to the History that it will state if it was the front sensors or the rear sensors when you have a quad setup?


I will ask but wont get an answer for a few days. AntiLaser is on holiday break and I promised not to bother them unless something was urgent.


               01-01-2014, 03:52 PM
               RigToFly01


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                       3. If the LED did not go off it might have been a false alert from a laser guidance system mapped incorrectly to the wrong alert in the app. You dont have a cam by any chance do you?


So, on today's commute it happened again. No LED alert. This happened in a completely different location than the other day. At least 20 miles from the other false alert. This is looking more and more like a bug. Tom, is there a way for me to upload the freq of this alert so it can get fixed?

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               01-01-2014, 04:13 PM
               hitechrr



               I had a false from a IR light on a camera at a gated community.


















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               BestRadarDetectors



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