Kustom Signals has new Radar on the block. Be on the lookout!
The Raptor RP-1 is the latest innovation in directional moving radar from Kustom Signals. The Raptor RP-1 introduces several new features and technology with the smallest moving radar offering on the market. The Raptor features a display and counting unit that is only 2.6” by 1.5” by 4.1” and a new 3” square by 1.5” thin waterproof antenna. The system can be mounted in a variety of locations saving valuable dash and windshield space.
The Raptor RP-1 is the first two piece moving radar with a LCD full graphical display. This allows the radar to display full text messages including, “Fork Test, “Antenna Error,” “Fast Tracking,” and “Fastest Locked” rather than three letter abbreviations that are common with current moving radar systems. The new display offers an innovative low-light feature that allows the user to select a negative display. The negative display option has a dark background with illuminated speed measurements to reduce eye fatigue during night time operation. The Raptor RP-1 display includes manual control or automatic backlight adjustment to ambient light levels with four settings to choose from. The display also features complete enforcement control from the front panel in case the remote is damaged or lost.
The Raptor RP-1 features a new waterproof K-band antenna design. This high performance low power antenna reduces the current draw on the already heavily taxed patrol vehicle, without reducing performance. Users will be pleasantly surprised with the small size and long-range capabilities of the Raptor RP-1 K-band antennas.
DuraTrak™ (patent pending)
DuraTrak technology utilizes a target tracking graphical display to indicate the tracking history of a particular signal. DuraTrak measures multiple targets and displays the signal graphic for the strongest and fastest target signals. DuraTrak provides the officer with a new level of confidence for target identification and complete tracking history.
The Raptor RP-1 has the ability to interface with the vehicle’s speed sensor (VSS). The speed sensor’s input steer the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to search for the Doppler patrol signal. This technique virtually eliminates patrol shadowing and patrol combining.
Smart Patrol Search (SPS)
The Raptor RP-1 can be operated with or without speedometer input. If the speedometer input is not connected, the unit will use its patented Smart Patrol Search (SPS) software to reduce patrol shadowing and patrol combining when coming out of Hold mode.