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    Default a single blinder head on its own?

    I was just wondering.
    Can one single blinder head work on its' own without anything else, i.e. without the main unit etc.

    I could just connect it directly to my battery with a fuse. Woud that work? I know i would not get any sounds or alerts.

    Also would a single blinder head be effective without veil, and only a lasershield?

    Thanks

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    you need the interface for that jammer to know it should be activated.....There will soon be options for single jamming heads(not by blinder i think) so wait alittle bit

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    the thing is a friend has one extra head that he may not need..... it surely won't work on its own?

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    nah the blinder M20 needs the interface....Not many jammers can be constantly on all the time(this was the situation with the first generation blinders) M-06s i believe and they burned out but that problem has be fixed making the need for the interface than turned the LEDs off and on

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    Actually that might work. The interface only provides power and light and sound. The head might work. I think it will not be on all the time since it is activated when it detects LIDAR.

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    c onsidering the interface is the mind center of the jammer i seriously believe you need the interface, but Dillip contact blinder dude and ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ochakib
    Actually that might work. The interface only provides power and light and sound. The head might work. I think it will not be on all the time since it is activated when it detects LIDAR.
    I tend to agree with you here.
    the black box on the current gen Blinders basically gives them a central point for power and led/buzzer connections.
    the heads run independant and self contained, which is a bummer in a way, since only the ones getting targeted fire up instead of all of them.
    the box doesn't send any signal to turn on the other heads.

    crazyVOLVOrob is right though, i would check with Leon. just in case the black box adjusts voltage, not to mention figuring out which 2 wires are for power, and which are not.

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    The interface is the one to tell the blinders to turn on in the first place, the LED array wont work by itself. Hands down !

 

 

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