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    Default "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    how does it work? factory it is set on M27 to 3

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    From the user manual:

    This mode turns your Blinder system into a Multifunction system and the two color LED changes to
    constant GREEN. In this mode the system will detect and respond to all selected incoming 905nm laser
    pulses. At laser alert, the LED changes from constant GREEN to RED and the Buzzer alerts simultaneously
    as long as selected laser pulses receives. To prevent interfering with 905nm laser based systems, such as
    police speed equipment, the Blinder system will automatic stop transmitting after 7 Sec. and go into a
    60 Sec. timeout/sleeping mode. After the 60 Sec. timeout/sleeping mode, the system goes automatically
    back to active mode, indicated by a short single beep / RED flash. The limited transmitting time
    feature is adjustable in Blinder Update Software.

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    Quote Originally Posted by Uri Nissanov View Post
    From the user manual:

    This mode turns your Blinder system into a Multifunction system and the two color LED changes to
    constant GREEN. In this mode the system will detect and respond to all selected incoming 905nm laser
    pulses. At laser alert, the LED changes from constant GREEN to RED and the Buzzer alerts simultaneously
    as long as selected laser pulses receives. To prevent interfering with 905nm laser based systems, such as
    police speed equipment, the Blinder system will automatic stop transmitting after 7 Sec. and go into a
    60 Sec. timeout/sleeping mode. After the 60 Sec. timeout/sleeping mode, the system goes automatically
    back to active mode, indicated by a short single beep / RED flash. The limited transmitting time
    feature is adjustable in Blinder Update Software.
    Thx, ok so I have it set for 7 sec jam and "warning after jam" is set it 3.
    Does that mean that the system will rearm in 3 min then? (set to 1 would be 60 sec...)?

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

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    what does this setting do?

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

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    what does this setting do?

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    Sorry to say the M series if dead. NO updates from Blinder as was promised. I just ripped the quad M47 off my truck and upgraded to LI.

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    Forget about that old Blinder system. There are too many new LIDARs out that it can't jam.

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    Default Re: "Warning after jamming" setting in seconds?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZR1jag View Post
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    what does this setting do?
    That is the number of seconds the jammer will continue to alert after losing the signal.

 

 

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