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  1. #1
    ES13Raven
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    Default Hope this does not come to your town...


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    i wonder how a laser jammer would do that, witht he fact that the beam is as wide and tall as your car...

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    with it being a continous laser the v1 would have no problem picking it up.

    just imagine how much scatter it will create! it will bounce absolutly all over the place, off every vehicle!

    also if its on the side of a multilane road then we would run in to cosine errors and with it hitting all the cars like that you'd get sweeping errors....

    from the look of it its inaccurate, laser devices are ment to be held in 1 position, start scanning it across the road and who knows what speed it will pick up, who knows where the laser is hitting.....

    inaccurate!

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    its made by vitronic a germany company...





    Technical Data
    These specifications are subject to change without notice. Rev. 1.1/ Feb. 2005

    Operation mode
    Fully automatic Unattended measurement
    Operational range 50 ft – 246 ft
    15 m – 75 m
    Measurement range 0 mph – 155 mph
    0 km/h – 250 km/h
    Speed measurement accuracy (5 ) 2 mph (0 – 60 mph), 3% (> 60 mph)
    3 km/h (0 –100 km/h), 3% (>100 km/h)
    Speed enforcement >1 vehicle/s
    Operational range 2 (out of) 3 lanes

    Sensor systems
    Camera 2 high-resolution matrix cameras, 4 mega pixel each, b/w
    Illumination Red light flash (650 nm)
    Measurement device Scanning LIDAR sensor, eye-safe
    User front end Notebook – full operation and data transmission,
    PDA – on site operation only,
    JAVA based GUI software
    Interface Connection to user front end via LAN,
    encrypted communication
    Calibrated display 2 x 16 characters showing measured speed
    and assignment to lane number

    Documentation
    Evidence photography Digital photography of vehicle and license plate
    1 high resolution photo per lane/case;
    4 Mbytes per case

    Electrical data
    Power supply 12 VDC
    Power consumption 50 W

    Mechanical data
    Dimensions measurement device 12 inch x 12 inch x 16 inch
    (l x w x h) (300 mm x 300 mm x 400 mm)
    Dimensions flash 8 inch x 6 inch x 10 inch
    (l x w x h) (210 mm x 150 mm x 250 mm)
    Weight measurement device 35 lbs. (16 kg)
    Weight flash 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)
    Weight flash power set-up 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
    Set-up To be mounted on tripod, post or in car

    Environmental conditions
    Ambient temperatures -4° F to +140° F
    -20° C to +60° C
    Storage temperatures -4° F to +140° F
    -20° C to +60° C
    Humidity 5 – 90%, non-condensing



    The system can record and measure several vehicles in parallel lanes simultaneously – even in bends. For multi-lane purposes
    PoliScanspeed is equipped with a twin camera set-up. As an option PoliScanspeed measures and acquires images of traffic offenses from
    front and rear.

    Digital image recording can be carried out 24 hours of the day, irrespective of daylight, weather conditions, and traffic density.
    PoliScanspeed meets the highest demands with regard to data security.

    Time and position recording is supported by a GPS module. To document the traffic offenses, PoliScanspeed uses high-resolution digital cameras, taking overview pictures including the drivers’ photographs. The image, speed measurement and case data are merged as evidence, and stored in
    encrypted, digital form.

    Electronic signatures prevent any alteration of the case data, ensuring clear allocation to the relevant measuring device.
    The new technology for digital speed measurement
    PoliScanspeed – a pioneering mobile traffic supervision solution for police, communities and districts Multi-lane speed measurement


    PoliScanspeed is an innovative system for digital speed detection and recording.
    In contrast to conventional measuring systems, such as radar, light barriers, piezo-section etc., PoliScanspeed simplifies the detection and recording of traffic offenses. PoliScanspeed can be used either as a
    mobile or a stationary system. It allows the evaluation of possible offenses and the quality assessment of the relevant pictures to be made either on the spot, or later in the office.

    PoliScanspeed uses a laser-based speed measurement and triggering device. It does not require any induction loops. Due to its compact design PoliScanspeed can be installed either in a car, on a tripod or on a post. The system’s design takes only a few minutes to install on site.



    http://www.vitronic.com/Download/pdf...an_speed_e.pdf

 

 

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