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therock
09-19-2015, 09:54 AM
I run Lidatek's and they seem to keep me protected or I am just lucky or so I read.

I am interested in refitting a silverado and a Dodge Charger and would like to know whats the best value these days. Or your opinions of said.

Thanks

Silverado (http://alcphoto.net/radix/truck.html)

Radar Roy
09-28-2015, 10:11 AM
The Lidatek was a "brute force" type of laser jammer and I doubt it would be very effective against todays stuff
Would recommend the ALP - AntiLaser Priority Laser Jamming System - RadarBusters.com (http://www.radarbusters.com/AntiLaser-Priority-Laser-Jamming-System-s/2469.htm)


I run Lidatek's and they seem to keep me protected or I am just lucky or so I read.

I am interested in refitting a silverado and a Dodge Charger and would like to know whats the best value these days. Or your opinions of said.

Thanks

Silverado (http://alcphoto.net/radix/truck.html)

therock
09-29-2015, 09:25 PM
Thank You,

I may be lucky or the surrounding Atlanta area LEO's are not updated.

I tried to research some hard data of the Lidatek failing in a test and cannot find anything concrete. Most say its lacking and as old as it is I am open to that.
I would love/hate to see some hard data or testing results.

Thanks

Radar Roy
09-29-2015, 10:12 PM
drive safe

PointerCone
10-07-2015, 01:57 AM
The Lidatek was a "brute force" type of laser jammer and I doubt it would be very effective against todays stuff
Would recommend the ALP - AntiLaser Priority Laser Jamming System - RadarBusters.com (http://www.radarbusters.com/AntiLaser-Priority-Laser-Jamming-System-s/2469.htm)


I run Lidatek's and they seem to keep me protected or I am just lucky or so I read.

I am interested in refitting a silverado and a Dodge Charger and would like to know whats the best value these days. Or your opinions of said.

Thanks

Silverado (http://alcphoto.net/radix/truck.html)


LE-10 is still effective for 5 seconds anyway, against all of the guns. You can't hit what you can't see.....................

RedRocket
10-07-2015, 05:16 PM
LE-10 is still effective for 5 seconds anyway, against all of the guns. You can't hit what you can't see.....................My friend, exercise what you do so expertly 99 % of the time to avoid painting yourself into a corner here. ;)

PointerCone
10-09-2015, 01:20 AM
LE-10 is still effective for 5 seconds anyway, against all of the guns. You can't hit what you can't see.....................My friend, exercise what you do so expertly 99 % of the time to avoid painting yourself into a corner here. ;)

OK, let me rephrase that, 99% of the shooters then :):) You're the exception and so is Mirage :)

RedRocket
10-09-2015, 09:18 PM
LE-10 is still effective for 5 seconds anyway, against all of the guns. You can't hit what you can't see.....................My friend, exercise what you do so expertly 99 % of the time to avoid painting yourself into a corner here. ;)

OK, let me rephrase that, 99% of the shooters then :):) You're the exception and so is Mirage :)You're still not there !
I'm sure there are many LEO's that are the equal of some of the best enthusiast marksman we know among us (including the 2 aforementioned). That isn't what the issue is here but rather I mean as relates to the electronic capabilities to handle modern Lidars. Mr. Laakmann was a genius & saw far into the future, if he were still w/ us he would be 1st to tell you that you're wandering out on thin ice as regards your claim above. ;)

therock
03-12-2016, 11:25 PM
I'm back. Thanks guys for your replies.

I'm looking to get the ALP onto a 2nd vehicle I just purchased and have been researching and see there is a big push to add a third head between two already spaced within the 24-inch maximum. I don't get it.
When a LEO targets a head light, what good is the third head added @center? If 24-inch is the spec'd distance, why push a third one?

Thanks,

Electronicdude
03-15-2016, 08:18 AM
3/15/2016 8:37:32 AM

Can you please help me where to place the heads on my esclade? i do have a front plate. should 1 sensor go to to right hand side of left head light in grill, 2nd in middle of grill, 3rd to left side of right head light in grill? i want make sure i have correct locations. does any go near license plate which is lower part of bumper near black tow hitch.


Customer3/15/2016 8:38:31 AM
i have a 2007


Customer3/15/2016 8:43:33 AM
can i still run LI at same time with no interfence


Customer3/15/2016 9:03:06 AM

I wanted to know if you have any possible way of knowing what laser guns are used in my area. The area is ct,ri,mass,nh,vt, pa upper state heading camelback resort soon.

1 I have a quad Li system kmow with sensors under my front lic. plate right know.
2 I want get an ALP 5 head 3 front 2 back.
3 I wanted to know best spot to place heads. Should one go in grill upper part to right of left head light, next in middle of grill, finally 3 sensor in upper part grill to left of right head light. My concern is the front lic. plate is low on this 2007 caddy esclade. If the sensors are high in the grill will they cover my plate if that gets shoot at? I do have redlight camera cover old school with white lences and new veil on plates.
4 Please explain if LI quad can be run at same time as ALP 5 sensors? Can Alp sensors in rear be close LI without any interfence? Get back to me when you can.


Customer3/15/2016 9:59:59 AM
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RedRocket
03-20-2016, 09:29 AM
I'm back. Thanks guys for your replies.

I'm looking to get the ALP onto a 2nd vehicle I just purchased and have been researching and see there is a big push to add a third head between two already spaced within the 24-inch maximum. I don't get it.
When a LEO targets a head light, what good is the third head added @center? If 24-inch is the spec'd distance, why push a third one?

Thanks,Do to the proprietary nature of the Priority's operation, why a 3rd Sensor is required is not revealed for Public disclosure by the Company.
A 3rd Sensor is needed b/c the newer generations of Police Lidar guns are becoming very difficult to neutralize unlike the older Legacy Lidars were in their day !
The 18-24" separation between EACH should still be employed for a 3 Sensor installation.