Tonight while testing the new 9500i, I came upon a Walgreens that frequently gives a strong false alert from its doors. I pulled into its big parking lot and was about to block the signal when (while in Expert Mode) I picked up an additional signal. One was K, and the other was X. I don't recall which was from the Walgreens to be honest. So I drove around the parking lot once or twice, and on the 2nd pass when I got the one signal for the Walgreens door I locked it out.
Now across this intersection quite a ways, is a Stop & Shop that I assume that second alert was coming from. I drove across the intersection while the GPS showed it was blocking a signal out. Once in the Stop & Shop parking lot, it continued to show it was locking out a signal, and I got 0 alerts within that area.
What was going on? Is it possible I locked out BOTH signals at once?
Although I'd assume in the standard bar graph mode, where it only alerts to 1 signal (whichever it decides is the most important threat), it blocks only the current displayed threat.....what happens in Expert mode when more than one threat is being detected at once? Are you blocking out whatever is displayed with one single LockOut? Or was the secondary source something else (not the Stop & Shop) and perhaps the Stop & Shop either wasnt alerting me because I was going slow...OR was the same frequency/band as the Walgreens?
I guess best bet is to go back there, and unlock the area and try to determine EXACTLY what each alert is (band/source).
Looking for help from you experience 9500i guys