PDA

View Full Version : Beware of New Generation Police Lidar Gun Designed to be Unjammable



Veil Guy
03-17-2014, 08:25 AM
Own a laser jammer or are considering a laser jammer purchase? Consider this. The days of JTG performance or even effectiveness may be coming to a close or at least is being more difficult to achieve. After years of the active laser jamming manufacturers and the jamming community at large, promoting their products in a manner suggesting that if a jammer or Veil doesn't JTG, it is worthless, the lidar manufacturers have finally had enough. As police lasers have dropped in price, size, become easier to use, they have are now being designed to specifically defeat laser jammers. As one member has pointed out some lidar guns are not only being difficult to jam, they also can detect attempts to jam as well as causing instant punch-thoughs (PTs).

And although some are going to great lengths to hide this fact, the fact remains that if you are driving with a jammer, your chances of getting nailed with one are increasing.

Here are just a couple of videos floating around on Youtube. We didn't create these, so take ANY video documentation with a grain of salt. But it is most important that you be aware of this unsettling development and the fact the the police laser mfrs are actually actively marketing their products to law enforcement in this manner. Stalker and LTI are also stepping it up.


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


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

Fortunately, there is a defense that remains effective and that defense is Laser Veil (http://www.laserveil.com). Veil will absorb police laser irrespective of its varying or random pulse rate and although I still drive with laser jammers, because of my particular vehicle, I augment them with Veil.

Don't wait to find out on the side of the road that your multi-hundred or thousand dollar purchase wasn't effective against these new generation guns being introduced into traffic enforcement circulation at an ever increasing rate, consider protecting yourself for a pennies on the dollar solution.

Veil is available (http://www.radarbusters.com/radar-detector-accessories/laser-veil/laserveil.cfm) from Radar Busters (currently out of stock). Or visit here (http://www.laserveil.com/veil/buy/) on Veil's site.

Safe driving!

Veil Guy

Jstglockem
03-21-2014, 09:14 PM
So let me ask you a few questions;

Are you saying that your "Veil" well work against the new lidar or works better then jammers?
(or both)

If you have not tested veil against the new guns do you plan on doing so?

Veil is expensive, imo-
I have veil & I use it.

Veil out performing jammers...
Its a gigantic Indian Ocean leap to say its more effective then laser jammers or the new guns for that matter.

If I am wrong I'll apologize, but posting a bunch of posts each day kinda diminishes your trade...again iom
.
I have better results turning my HID lights on my Mercedes then I do using Veil when it comes to punch through.
That's a fact for the record!

Most cops these days are far to familiar with why their lidar gun is not getting a signal from the guy doing 50mph over the limit.

Won Hunglo
03-21-2014, 10:48 PM
So let me ask you a few questions;

Are you saying that your "Veil" well work against the new lidar or works better then jammers?
(or both)

If you have not tested veil against the new guns do you plan on doing so?

Veil is expensive, imo-
I have veil & I use it.

Veil out performing jammers...
Its a gigantic Indian Ocean leap to say its more effective then laser jammers or the new guns for that matter.

If I am wrong I'll apologize, but posting a bunch of posts each day kinda diminishes your trade...again iom
.
I have better results turning my HID lights on my Mercedes then I do using Veil when it comes to punch through.
That's a fact for the record!

Most cops these days are far to familiar with why their lidar gun is not getting a signal from the guy doing 50mph over the limit.

Being that almost all the new guns are no alert & IPT against LIs & Blinders, I would say it is safe to say VEIL works better. Could not hurt to add VEIL to an ALP equiped car, even it it alerts & jams every gun made. More protection is always good.

Veil Guy
03-22-2014, 11:53 AM
So let me ask you a few questions;

Are you saying that your "Veil" well work against the new lidar or works better then jammers?
(or both)

If you have not tested veil against the new guns do you plan on doing so?

Veil is expensive, imo-
I have veil & I use it.

Veil out performing jammers...
Its a gigantic Indian Ocean leap to say its more effective then laser jammers or the new guns for that matter.

If I am wrong I'll apologize, but posting a bunch of posts each day kinda diminishes your trade...again iom
.
I have better results turning my HID lights on my Mercedes then I do using Veil when it comes to punch through.
That's a fact for the record!

Most cops these days are far to familiar with why their lidar gun is not getting a signal from the guy doing 50mph over the limit.

Being that almost all the new guns are no alert & IPT against LIs & Blinders, I would say it is safe to say VEIL works better. Could not hurt to add VEIL to an ALP equiped car, even it it alerts & jams every gun made. More protection is always good.

Every day? That's quite a stretch. ObiWon has it right.

Expensive? You're pulling my leg right?

Jammers: 500-1600 (tel:500-1600) one car only, needs frequent updating
Veil: 80-90 can used on multi vehicles, set it forget it
Veil: absorbs all forms of police lidar regardless of pulse rate


Yes, we will be testing alone and in combination with jammers.

VG

StlouisX50
03-29-2014, 10:28 AM
This is horrible news. Being that a broke city near me is using the Dragonscam East St. Louis begins using speed cameras : News (http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/east-st-louis-begins-using-speed-cameras/article_90d344fb-e4cf-578a-bfde-25b367594d19.html)
Thanks for the heads up!

Veil Guy
03-29-2014, 11:02 AM
This is horrible news. Being that a broke city near me is using the Dragonscam East St. Louis begins using speed cameras : News (http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/east-st-louis-begins-using-speed-cameras/article_90d344fb-e4cf-578a-bfde-25b367594d19.html)
Thanks for the heads up!

My pleasure!

Good to see another "old timer" like you still posting here. :)

VG

VicRod74
03-30-2014, 07:11 AM
Hi,

Do you have a video showing if Laser Veil is effective against the Dragon Eye?

Veil Guy
03-30-2014, 02:18 PM
Hi,

Do you have a video showing if Laser Veil is effective against the Dragon Eye?

Not as of yet. Will be meeting with a testing group who owns several models as well as with some updated jammers on my Bimmer.

Only experience I had was in the real-world in FL a couple of weeks back with a V1 as an alerting device. The other jammers did not jam, let alone even alert.

I am as anxious as you know to see how well we will do against these VPR guns on a test course. I am going to be interested in seeing how it will do with a variety of vehicles, shapes, and colors.

VG

VicRod74
03-31-2014, 07:30 PM
I would love to see the outcome. I'm sure VEIL will just absorb instead of reflecting it back 1000 times stronger like most laser jammers do.

That dragon eye technology seems to use a laser pulse less brighter than the other guns, like some sort of filter in place. Kind of reminds me of NASA when they use light filters to stare at the sun. :cool: lol! Anyway let's see.