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    It seems to me that this small plastic post is helping my laser caption , can some people test it and give your findings .

    I tested it with tv remote and the optical signal is well transmited .

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    What is that post from?

    If it helps in gathering the signal, you must have the most sensitive laser detector in the world 8)

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    it is a post that we use for hooking our jewelry on the racks . I bent it and just stick it with hot glue. It is made of acrylic and according to flitservice it is a very good conductor of infrared in the spectrum concerned. :roll:

    You can have one for $ 99.99 , postage included :wink: in uscy please.But for you it is free.

    And since the rear detector is used , it is safe to try. :arrow:

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    Why do you have it over the radar horn and not the laser sensor?

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    I thought the black lens was for radar and the red spot below "Laser" and to the left of the Ka and K LEDs was the rear laser sensor?

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    Why do you have it over the radar horn and not the laser sensor?
    The post is passing in front of the horn , which does not affect the rf waves . The end of the post is placed directly over the laser sensor , so the infrared beam is entering the top of the post and directing the optical signal .Try any clear plastic , put a light at one edge and observes at the other edge : light... :idea:

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    Guys I'm pretty sure that is a V1 version 1.7, those had the laser sensor underneath the rear horn antenna:


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    V1 version 1.7
    Right year 2002 . I did'nt even know the newer version were different , Jim , you are tough to beat , yahhhhhh :wink:

 

 

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