The other day when testing my 9500ci I wanted to test my theory that doing QT at close distances causes the ci to delay its alert. Plus i wanted a real test while moving, and by doing this the ci alerted almost every time.
First we tested QT while next to each other in our cars and just about every time the V1 went off in both our cars while my ci was silent.
Next we did several real tests while driving away and toward the KA 35.5 kustom golden eagle at about 1500+ft.
Though we did several runs it took that many to perfect QT with the kustom golden eagle. We wanted to test it realistically where we would still get a speed reading but still quickly triggering the unit. The results concluded that every time QT was implemented and a speed was acquired both the V1 and 9500ci went off. The times we quick triggered a bit too fast and didint get a reading on occasion the V1 & ci would miss it.
9500ci vs I 35.5 ka QT testing:
I ran my V1 which is known to do very well with QT. We did about 4+ runs simulating a real QT scenario at distances. We also did some testing with QT at closer range and the amount of KA reflection and intensity would confuse the ci and prevent alerting to QT. So we did about a 1500ft moving test.
Out of the 4+ runs with about 5 hits each time the 9500ci and V1 alerted simultaneously and the only times (2) the CI missed was when QT was implemented but speed wasn't acquired by the kustom golden eagle (very fast QT). V1 only missed once.
V1 19 out of 20.
9500ci 18 out of 20.
Here are a few examples of the QT testing,
1- kustom golden eagle point of view:
2- 9500CI QT point of view:
3- 9500CI QT point of view:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcjZwo1ZZmE"]YouTube - 9500ci vs kustom golden eagle I 35.5 ka QT testing:[/ame]