IRCM I love your laser jammer testing style. It's very cool to see how a laser jammer works. As a spectator though I noticed an important element that's lacking of your tests and I feel you would have greater potential in the believability of your tests if you did a few things.
Get a camcorder and film through the HUD.
I see you posted a blinder video showing how to "hoax" a poor laser jammer test. What we see of your videos doing "JTG's" with a Blinder honestly doesn't prove your point. How do we know you're not aiming at the ground in front of the vehicle? How do we not know you're aiming directly at the jammer head? I'm sure if you get any jammer and aim the gun directly at the jammer head it'll get JTG results.
I know it's hard for you to gain credibility on this forum as a tester because you're a blinder dealer. With a few tweaks to your testing style you can really become another great source of info.
The close-to-perfect scenario with your PL2 would be to have one IR camera filming the car like you've had, and another camera filming through the HUD.
It's a darn shame the people who did the 300 Chrysler testing with an M45 didn't have the IR filter on. In the past IRCM you've stated jammers don't need alot of power, they need to detect better right? Well if you have a Blinder M25 on a mustang, aim at the headlight at short distances you may find the blinder M25 may not even detect the laser correct? And if the laser isn't detected you won't see the blinder head firing on the IR camera correct? And if the blinder head isn't firing because it can't detect the laser are you going to say on this board the jammer was turned off?
You're using a PL2(aiming at whatever-we just don't know.) Maybe you could rent an up to date 3rd generation lidar gun. Would you post the results if they came up poorly, considering you sell Blinders? I would hope so.
In the mean time I'm going to stick with the Guys of Lidar for official retail testing. They're not selling jammers.
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