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  1. #1
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    Default LTI 20/20 Ultralyte Test

    Hello all,

    If all goes to plan next week I will be able to get my hands on a LTI 20/20 Ultralyte to test my Bel Laserpro 905 with. I know my Laserpro 905 works as I have had laser encounters before, but I would like to DEFINITIVELY know exaclty what degree of protection I am offered by it.

    What makes for harder jamming? day or night? I will have access to the gun at evening/night time.

    I have got the rear transponder fitted so I will try it out too. I would love to film it, but it may be a problem getting decent night time footage.

    Is there anything I should do/need to know before I do my test? I will be aiming at the headlights, licence plate and fog lamps on the front, and the licence plate, rear tail lamps/reflectors and rear spoiler at the back.

    Thanks in advance!


    Ford_Power

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    Keep in mind that the LTI 20/20 is an outdated LIDAR gun. The LTI Ultralyte LBR is what you are looking for
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    Thanks for that happya$$,

    But here in Australia we only have the 20/20 Ultralyte 100 LR, not the LR-B

    Cheers,

    Ford_Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by happya$$
    Keep in mind that the LTI 20/20 is an outdated LIDAR gun. The LTI Ultralyte LBR is what you are looking for
    He's probably talking about the LTI 20/20 Ultralyte LT100 or the 100LR. Both of these units are still in production. The LRB is just a simplified user friendly version of the 100LR.

    JTW

 

 

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