Well me and Ford Focus got to together and tested the Defender 2. Someone asked why the video was not being posted so here is why.
When we did the runs I was getting punch throughs at one point and then not another. It all had to do with the software. To be fair I need to know what software is what so we can get some real results to everyone. I want to test it the same way we do all the jammers. 3 plate 3 headligths and then all over if we can get a reading.
MY REVIEW: From the front I am going to say it looks ok. It is not bad but I was supprised at how long it is and deep. Inside the car you have the control box with leds in it and wires coming out of the control box. My question was why is there this huge box. Where are you suppose to mount that so you can see your leds and stuff. I am not going to put a huge box on my dash. Now onto testing. The first runs scared me as the gun gave a very weird tone when it locked the speed. I thought at first it was overdriving the gun or something and might fry it. Come to find out that marksman has a jammer tone that it gives at. They call it a warble tone in the book. I don't like that at all. I have tested lidatek, Blinder, ZR3, and AL and none of them have given this tone. Only AL on the prototype gave a jam code and that was only once out of all the runs. This unit DF2 gave a jam tone every time. It did jam when we used the correct software. Ford Focus was unsure of the times so I can't say wether it was a good jam for the full seconds or not but I am assuming it was.
Also the officers told us that it said jam on the gun. Ultralyte LRB. I called Jim and confirmed there is a jam code that is produced by the LRB. So, why didn't we know this is my question. I and most of here just thought that AL was the first to display the jam in the hud. But that is another topic.
We have all seen the defender jamming in some on places well now you can see it jamming for real. It did jam. But it still needs to be tested another day for the full blow so we can see how it performs.