# Thread: constant on and instanton whats the differecne

1. ## constant on and instanton whats the differecne

hi i live in the south suburbs of chicago, and i have a rx65 6.1 version and i just wanted know. what constand on and whats instant on whats the difference between them.

2. ## Re: constant on and instanton whats the differecne

Originally Posted by chitownthugin
hi i live in the south suburbs of chicago, and i have a rx65 6.1 version and i just wanted know. what constand on and whats instant on whats the difference between them.
Constant-on = the radar is constantly transmitting, and the officer watches the speeds of vehicles as they pass by
Instant-on = the radar is left in "standby" (not transmitting) until a suspected violator comes along, and the officer flips it to "transmit" to obtain a speed reading.

3. ## hey

Hey chitown. Constant on or C/O is when a LEO leaves the radar gun's beam on so you are able to pick it up a little easier. Instant on or I/O is when the radar beam is shut off on the radar gun and the beam will be turned on very quickly, just long enough to get a speed reading on you and then the beam get's turned back off. On your rd, you may have a full alert, and then it goes quiet. That is the best way I can to describe C/O and I/O. Instant on radar is much deadlier so watch out. Good luck.

4. ## Re: constant on and instanton whats the differecne

Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
Originally Posted by chitownthugin
hi i live in the south suburbs of chicago, and i have a rx65 6.1 version and i just wanted know. what constand on and whats instant on whats the difference between them.
Constant-on = the radar is constantly transmitting, and the officer watches the speeds of vehicles as they pass by
Instant-on = the radar is left in "standby" (not transmitting) until a suspected violator comes along, and the officer flips it to "transmit" to obtain a speed reading.
so my rx65 will pick up a constand on radar anytime, but not intant on, just when the leo sees a suspected speeder and switches his gun to constant on right

5. ## Re: constant on and instanton whats the differecne

Originally Posted by chitownthugin
Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
Originally Posted by chitownthugin
hi i live in the south suburbs of chicago, and i have a rx65 6.1 version and i just wanted know. what constand on and whats instant on whats the difference between them.
Constant-on = the radar is constantly transmitting, and the officer watches the speeds of vehicles as they pass by
Instant-on = the radar is left in "standby" (not transmitting) until a suspected violator comes along, and the officer flips it to "transmit" to obtain a speed reading.
so my rx65 will pick up a constand on radar anytime, but not intant on, just when the leo sees a suspected speeder and switches his gun to constant on right
Yep, that is correct. That is why it is important to not speed if you are the only vehicle on the road, it is best to find another speeding vehicle and stay 14/ to 1/2 mile behind him. That way, he'll get instant-on'd, and you'll get an alert telling you to slow down.

6. ## you

You still can pick up instant on but that can be hard to pick up sometimes. :x

7. Must have good reflexes with instant on

8. ## now

Now that was a good post. Thx

9. ## Re: constant on and instanton whats the differecne

Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
Originally Posted by chitownthugin
Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
Originally Posted by chitownthugin
hi i live in the south suburbs of chicago, and i have a rx65 6.1 version and i just wanted know. what constand on and whats instant on whats the difference between them.
Constant-on = the radar is constantly transmitting, and the officer watches the speeds of vehicles as they pass by
Instant-on = the radar is left in "standby" (not transmitting) until a suspected violator comes along, and the officer flips it to "transmit" to obtain a speed reading.
so my rx65 will pick up a constand on radar anytime, but not intant on, just when the leo sees a suspected speeder and switches his gun to constant on right
Yep, that is correct. That is why it is important to not speed if you are the only vehicle on the road
It's important to not speed at all .

10. I doubt a motorist could slow down fast enough to defeat instant on.
Its more like instant-Own3d.

This of course being the only vehicle on the road.

Originally Posted by DCJAG
Must have good reflexes with instant on

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