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Lod
06-02-2005, 05:05 AM
i bought one week ago a bel rx65...
and i'm just to have some information about the compatible laser jammer LaserPro 905...

any opinion about that?

tnx a lot...

stalker
06-02-2005, 05:16 AM
dont know much but;

Features

Unique "shifting" system virtually eliminates laser speed measurement
Alerts to Laser encounters from front and rear
2 discreet exterior-mounted front Laser modules
1 rear-mounted Laser module
Direct connection with BELís Vector and Pro series detectors
Fully integrated detection / defense system
Loss of connection alert when Laser modules are not properly connected
Set includes 1 rear exterior-mounted laser transceiver, 2 discreet exterior-mounted front laser transceivers, and a central hub for easy connection of all components

Lod
06-02-2005, 05:17 AM
tnx a lot for the feature...

p.s.
i'm from italy...

JTW
06-02-2005, 05:41 AM
All I have to say is put the rear transponder on the front of your car as well. The rear transponder isn't powerful enough to jam laser from the back. Might as well put it in the front for some good use.

Chris

Lod
06-02-2005, 05:55 AM
All I have to say is put the rear transponder on the front of your car as well. The rear transponder isn't powerful enough to jam laser from the back. Might as well put it in the front for some good use.

Chris

:P :P a great opinion...

do you know how are connected the trasponder? with cambles or others??

tnx a lot

Lod
06-05-2005, 12:42 PM
do anyone know if it's difficult to mount it om my car ( an audi a3 '01)

tnx a lot!!

stefano

jbird
06-05-2005, 01:01 PM
One thing to remember is that this system requires the RX65, RX55, Vector 995, or Vector 965 in order to work. It is not a stand-alone unit. If the detector goes bad then the system is useless until you get another compatible detector from Bel. There are also no replaceable lenses so if they get scratched up or broken you are SOL without buying a complete replacement head. People have also reported that their units leaked water after the warranty was gone causing them to go bad. Also if you do not buy from an authorized retailer or get the unit installed professionally then you have no warranty on it either. If something goes bad then you still may have to pay for an installer to remove and replace part of the unit. For these reasons and after comparing it to some other laser jammers, I decided not to get it even though I have an RX65.

As far an installation, post a picture of your car. You also need to plan out where you will run the wires to get through your car's firewall and get power. You also need to find a suitable location for the central hub and figure out how you will connect to your detector.

stalker
06-05-2005, 03:02 PM
all easy, just follow the other cables and use a tracer...

Why do you need a detector as well?? Is this the case for the Bllinder and mimic?? How does it work with the jammer??

crazyVOLVOrob
06-05-2005, 03:14 PM
Also the hooking thew BEL LP905 to the BEL unit makes the BEL unit activate the jammers making it act like another reciever

stalker
06-05-2005, 03:17 PM
oh ok....I see so the blinder and mimic work alone..

Ford_Power1
06-07-2005, 05:44 AM
Has anyone here actually done a test on the Bel Laserpro 905?

I know it is the same hardware as the Escort ZR3, but are the jamming algorithms the same also?


For the record, I have a V995 and the Laserpro 905 on my vehicle and it has quite a decent sized rear end. (It is a family sedan with quite a flat rear end... the vehicle is burgundy in colour. I have been lasered maybe 4-5 times from the rear and the rear jammer has been 100% effective.

The LTI 20-20 Ultralyte is the Laser gun used here.

JTW
06-07-2005, 08:42 AM
Has anyone here actually done a test on the Bel Laserpro 905?

I know it is the same hardware as the Escort ZR3, but are the jamming algorithms the same also?


For the record, I have a V995 and the Laserpro 905 on my vehicle and it has quite a decent sized rear end. (It is a family sedan with quite a flat rear end... the vehicle is burgundy in colour. I have been lasered maybe 4-5 times from the rear and the rear jammer has been 100% effective.

The LTI 20-20 Ultralyte is the Laser gun used here.

How do you know it's 100% effective? You weren't looking at the gun. It's practically impossible to JTG with an LTI, let alone the rear of a car that has a 50% greater surface area to reflect the beam then the front of the car.

crazyVOLVOrob
06-07-2005, 08:42 AM
If one rear jammer is enough to cover the flat rear end of a car...why does the sleek front of the car require two heads....the rear jamming head is not enouh for the rear

Lod
06-07-2005, 09:42 AM
If one rear jammer is enough to cover the flat rear end of a car...why does the sleek front of the car require two heads....the rear jamming head is not enouh for the rear

it's a good reasoning! :P

nvr2fast
06-07-2005, 10:24 AM
> Loss of connection alert when Laser modules are not properly connected

Thats a seller for me... with the Blinder I have, the cable could be broken, the connector loose, or the jamming head totally not working or destroyed, and I wouldn't know it...

jbird
06-07-2005, 10:29 AM
If you have the right remote control or know someone with a laser range/speed finder, you can test each jamming head at close range. If you buy a tester from Roy you can do the same with the additon of being able to test X, K, and Ka band radar on your detector too.

crazyVOLVOrob
06-07-2005, 10:43 AM
If you have the right remote control or know someone with a laser range/speed finder, you can test each jamming head at close range. If you buy a tester from Roy you can do the same with the additon of being able to test X, K, and Ka band radar on your detector too.
The tester if only ment for testing K, Ka, and Laser not X

however if you fool around with the internals you can get it to alert X but i wouldn't recommend that

Ford_Power1
06-07-2005, 07:16 PM
JammerTests Webmaster
Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 7:42 am Post subject:
Ford_Power1 wrote:
Has anyone here actually done a test on the Bel Laserpro 905?

I know it is the same hardware as the Escort ZR3, but are the jamming algorithms the same also?


For the record, I have a V995 and the Laserpro 905 on my vehicle and it has quite a decent sized rear end. (It is a family sedan with quite a flat rear end... the vehicle is burgundy in colour. I have been lasered maybe 4-5 times from the rear and the rear jammer has been 100% effective.

The LTI 20-20 Ultralyte is the Laser gun used here.



How do you know it's 100% effective? You weren't looking at the gun. It's practically impossible to JTG with an LTI, let alone the rear of a car that has a 50% greater surface area to reflect the beam then the front of the car.

JammerTests Webmaster, please see this link below and my post in that thread. Im not disputing what you are saying, however, I would like you to perhaps just see what I have written.

http://www.radardetector.net/viewtopic.php?t=1670&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=15

Thank you.

Ford_power

Lod
06-09-2005, 05:11 AM
JammerTests Webmaster, please see this link below and my post in that thread. Im not disputing what you are saying, however, I would like you to perhaps just see what I have written.

http://www.radardetector.net/viewtopic.php?t=1670&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=15

Thank you.

Ford_power

i didn't undestand...