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Tagi - laser

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

You're driving down the road, minding your own business, and suddenly you spot an officer parked on the side of the road pointing something at your car that looks like a radar gun. Your trusty radar detector never makes a peep, though. The first thoughts that race through your mind: Is my detector broken or did the cops get some new radar gun that my detector can't detect?

Chances are the answer to both questions is no. What happened is that you were shot with a police laser gun.


California Laser jamming Device Act

It is worth noting that police use two types of speed measuring equipment: laser speed guns (also known as police lidar) and police radars.

Jamming police radars and operating radar signal jammers are federal crimes and are banned throughout the United States. Police radars, while nearly as accurate, are mostly no longer used by law enforcement.

Laser speed guns or lidar are now more commonly used. Some states prohibit the use of laser jammer, while most of the United States does not have specific anti-laser jammer laws.


How popular are police laser guns?

Nationwide, 125,000 speeding tickets are issued every day

Police laser tickets accounted for more than 25 percent of the tickets. In Ohio, Florida and Rhode Island, however, laser tickets account for more than half of all speeding tickets. In addition to a handful of radar guns on military bases, the state of Hawaii has transitioned to lasers only. One of the reasons for the growing popularity of police laser enforcement is that car insurance companies donate laser guns to police departments. Lasers are harder to beat than radar guns, and this investment can pay back dividends to insurance companies because of increased revenue through higher premiums.


Is laser jamming legal in California?

In some states you can legally use laser jammers, but in California attempting to interfere with the operation of both laser and radar speed measuring devices is illegal.

California Vehicle Code Section 28150 (Division 12: Equipment of Vehicles, Chapter 5: Other Equipment, Article 17: Jamming Devices) states the following:

(a) No vehicle shall be equipped with any device that is designed for, or is capable of, jamming, scrambling, neutralizing, disabling, or otherwise interfering with radar, laser, or any other electronic device used by a law enforcement agency to measure the speed of moving objects.

(b) No person shall use, buy, possess, manufacture, sell, or otherwise distribute any device that is designed for jamming, scrambling, neutralizing, disabling, or otherwise interfering with radar, laser, or any other electronic device used by a law enforcement agency to measure the speed of moving objects.

(c) Except as provided in subdivision (d), a violation of subdivision (a) or (b) is an infraction.

(d) When a person possesses four or more devices in violation of subdivision (b), the person is guilty of a misdemeanor.

(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a person who has a valid federal license for operating the devices described in this section may transport one or more of those devices if the license is carried in the vehicle transporting the device at all times when the device is being transported.


Where is the laser jammer installed?

Laser enforcement is usually done when you approach an officer aiming at the headlights or front panel. Therefore, the laser jammer transceiver must be installed in the grille area of the vehicle in order to function.

These transceivers are then connected to a controller mounted below the dashboard, which is then connected to an external warning LED and/or speaker. The number of transceivers required depends on the size of the vehicle. For example, a mid-size car needs two fronts, while a large SUV needs at least three.

Rear laser enforcement accounts for only 5 percent of all speeding tickets, but in some areas, such as Dallas/Fort Worth, officers have been known to target behind vehicles from overpasses and highway entrance ramps. The rear of the vehicle can also be protected, but fitting the head there can be more difficult and add to the cost.


Tagi: shot with police laser gun 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

A laser scrambler is a device that returns a "no response" or a cosine error when a police LIDAR gun is used to target a vehicle. When the LIDAR gun shows this error, an officer won't know whether a vehicle is equipped with a laser signal blockers, or whether they simply didn't aim correctly at the vehicle. This gives drivers time to adjust their speed before a police officer can take another reading.

Since police need to be stationary and have an unobstructed view of a vehicle in close proximity for LIDAR to work correctly, a targeted driver will likely have time to adjust their speed while they move out of range if an officer receives an error response the first time they fire their LIDAR gun. LIDAR is most often used by motorcycle officers or recognizable cruisers positioned in a way police can most effectively use it on a major road, which limits where and when they can be utilized. In heavy traffic, police LIDAR guns are very effective at narrowly focusing in on a vehicle and instantaneously calculating their speed, distance, and direction.

While often called laser guns, LIDAR actually uses infrared light to calculate how far away an object is, and the amount of time it takes for focused light pulses to bounce off a target and return to the gun can determine speed. All this is happening at the speed of light, so without a car laser jamer in use, it would be very difficult to avoid. LIDAR guns are aimed precisely at the most reflective spot on a vehicle - a license plate, headlight, or a chrome grill - and in order to get an accurate reading, they need to hit their target at the correct angle to refract light.

Who Should Use a laser blocker?

laser scramblers for cars and trucks can be used by any driver who is seeking extra protection on the road. Most often this will mean pairing laser shifter sensors with a quality radar detector to receive the most up-to-date information on traffic conditions and ticket threats. By combining the two, drivers can also tap into a large database of alerts for red light cameras, speed cameras, and real-time community alerts - allowing for a more informed and protected driving experience. Advanced laser shifters are a great defense against all laser guns, including variable pulse rate, or VPR guns, although more sensors may be needed to combat these. Keep in mind that police mostly use LIDAR guns in busy cities and along major roads, so drivers that would benefit the most from radar laser blocker are those frequently traveling in or through urban areas.

How to Install a laser jammer for car

Radar laser jammer should be hardwire-installed and we recommend always having a professional custom installation since it's crucial that the sensors be placed at exactly the correct angle and position on your vehicle. Depending on your vehicle and preferences, you may need anywhere from 2 to 5 sensors.

For optimal performance, each sensor should be on a flat surface with an unobstructed view at the correct angle to refract light. Although it's rare for police to fire LIDAR guns at a retreating vehicle, drivers can choose to have laser shifters on both the front and back of their car or truck for ultimate protection.

If you're an avid DIYer and feel confident that you can install the sensors correctly, then the sensor installation kit includes mounting brackets, bolts, and double-sided tape. It'll be important to ensure that any cables are secured away from moving parts or heat. Installing two laser shifters at a minimum and placed correctly will ensure a base level of protection.


Tagi: laser jammer how they work 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

Have you ever been the victim of a police laser gun and been ticketed for speeding? If your answer is yes, then you may want to take countermeasures to help you prevent such encounters. Well, your problem can be solved. Check out the tools that help prevent speeding tickets - defensive laser Jammers!

A laser signal jammer confuses a laser gun by emitting a signal that interferes with the gun's ability to accurately measure speed.

In order to comprehend this concept, it is imperative to grasp the functioning of a laser gun. This device directs a laser beam towards your license plate or any other surface that possesses reflective properties.

Laser jammers were created to aid in the detection of laser speed traps.

Laser jammers possess the capability to analyze incoming traffic laser signals and effectively disrupt the origin of the signal. Consequently, the source device remains oblivious to any detection and presents the operator with an incomprehensible or misdirected message.

It is imperative for top-notch jammers to possess the capability of automatically deactivating themselves upon detection and verification of a laser threat.

Continuous laser interference may result in a confrontation with a law enforcement officer who is targeting you but has not yet acquired the speed reading of your vehicle.

What is the purpose of laser jammers?

Minimize the chances of receiving additional speeding citations: Excessive speeding violations can lead to the deduction of numerous points, putting your driver's license at risk and causing you to waste your valuable money. For individuals who rely on driving for work, losing their license equates to losing their means of income. Purchasing a laser jammer is akin to a proactive measure against potential consequences.

Your radar detector has let you down. A radar detector can alert you to a police laser gun targeting your vehicle. Nevertheless, radar detectors are passive, and laser guns can capture your speed in under half a second. Consequently, by the time you receive a warning, the officer may have already clocked your speed. On the other hand, a laser jammer is active and obstructs the laser gun from calculating your speed for a specific duration.



Tagi: laser jammers help 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

As a widely employed form of traffic enforcement, police lidar, also referred to as police laser, presents a considerable challenge in terms of detection and is utilized extensively across the globe.

The use of police lidar, also known as police laser, is widespread in traffic enforcement worldwide, presenting a popular and difficult-to-detect approach.

Remember that a radar detector may not be enough to safeguard you from police laser speeding tickets.

This statement remains valid as, when an officer utilizes their police laser gun, the lidar's narrow light beam is usually focused on either your license plate or one of your headlights.

At a distance of 500 feet, the light beam's width measures a mere 18". If you fall within the targeting range, the police lidar general typically requires fewer than a second or two to determine your speed, depending on your distance from the device. This is especially true when you are targeted from behind, often from an elevated position such as an overpass or an onramp.

Today, law enforcement officers can target individuals from distances greater than 1500 feet. In these situations, a reliable police lidar detector can prove to be quite useful.

Even with the best radar detectors, there is still a chance of being caught by police lidar.

Hence, it is of utmost importance that you possess the added protection of an efficient laser signal blocker, the Laser Veil stealth coating, or a combination of these two measures.

It has been approximated that police lidar is accountable for a minimum of 25% of all speeding tickets given out, particularly in states like Hawaii where it is the only method employed.

TPX produces a cost-effective police laser jammer that offers high performance for vehicles and motorcycles at a competitive price point.

After thorough testing, we can confidently state that the Uniden R9 custom installed radar detector and laser jammer possess the most superior laser jamming capabilities we have ever encountered.

The TPX and Uniden R9 have continuously met our expectations during our journeys.

If you are unable to purchase a police lidar jammer, the Veil G6 stealth coating is an excellent and affordable choice, providing effective protection against police lidar.

When paired with police lidar jammers, Veil can enhance their effectiveness, particularly with certain models like the Anti-Laser Priority, Escort ZR5/ZW5, or K40 laser jammers that may experience "punch-throughs" allowing speed readings to still be obtained.


Tagi: police laser protection 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

Radar detectors typically do not detect laser signals. Radar detectors are designed to pick up radio waves emitted by radar guns used by law enforcement to measure vehicle speed. On the other hand, laser jammer are devices designed to detect and disrupt the laser signals emitted by police lidar (light detection and ranging) guns. They work by emitting infrared light pulses that confuse or jam the laser gun's ability to accurately measure a vehicle's speed. However, it's important to note that the legality of using laser signal jammer varies by jurisdiction.

They emit pulses of infrared light to disrupt or confuse the laser gun's ability to accurately measure the speed of a vehicle. This interference makes it difficult for the laser gun to obtain a speed reading, potentially alerting the driver and allowing them to adjust their speed accordingly.


Do Police Laser Jammers Work? - Yes they do.

Would I still need to purchase a radar detector if I buy a laser jammer? - Yes, a laser jammer will not detect police radar. Because of this if you want 100% protection you will need both a radar detector and a laser jammer.

Do you sell radar blockers or radar jammers? - No, jamming radar is illegal and can land you a $50,000 fine and 5-years in jail.

Can I Get Parts for My Blinder M47, M27, HP-905? - Sorry but no, Blinder has discontinued manufacturing this laser jammer as they are exclusively manufacturing for the Escort brand.

Are Laser Jammers Legal? - The states of California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and the District of Columbia do have laws that do prohibit the use of laser jammers.


01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

A radar scrambler, available for under $100, has emerged as the newest tool in the ongoing battle between speeding drivers and law enforcement. For $199.95, a more advanced version can not only disrupt police liDAR but also older RF radars. These devices surpass traditional radar detectors by emitting signals that bewilder police radar systems, rendering it challenging to accurately determine a driver's speed.

Radar detectors are prohibited in the UK and several other European countries, along with certain states in the US. According to Mike Churchman, the creator of Rocky Mountain Radar in Littleton, Colo., scramblers are not subject to the same regulations as radar detectors since they do not detect radar signals. Instead, RF scramblers utilize a high-gain antenna to reflect incoming signals back to the radar gun while simultaneously emitting another radio signal to confuse the receiver.


The pricier Phazer scrambler from the company comes equipped with an infrared LED that emits invisible infrared pulses through the vehicle's windshield. Lidar interprets these pulses as reflections, determining the car's distance. However, due to speed calculations based on distance readings, inaccurate data may affect speed measurements.

Churchman stated that laws have been enacted in Oklahoma and Minnesota to prohibit our activities. The Minnesota legislation became effective in August. Despite investigations by the FBI and the Federal Trade Commission, Churchman mentioned that no legal actions have been taken against us.

The Pentagon has invested billions in electronic warfare systems utilizing technology to conceal military aircraft from radar detection. Meanwhile, the Air Force is exploring the development of laser blocker to disrupt enemy navigation systems.


Tagi: thwarted laser jammers 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

I got my first speeding ticket the other day (92 mph in a 70 mph zone) and am looking to buy a laser jammers. The ticket says the officer used a Stalker DSR/DB015283 gun. Based on this info, what signal jammers models would you suggest looking into?

Based on Google research, it sounds like there are a LOT of different jammers available to purchase, so I just want to make sure I get one that will jam the guns used here in GA & AL.

Also, on the topic of radar specifically -- I know it's illegal to use radar jammers in the US, but is it common for people to, you know... use products that do it anyways (if you get what I'm saying)? Just curious.

No. They are federally illegal and WILL land you in prison and/or with a very hefty fine.

For Jammers, you need to look into ALP or an R9. But we don't know your budget.

I was buying A laser jammer, I would buy an R9 or an ALP system

what your problem was is you didn't have a radar detector so I would purchase a R8 or R7 both made by uniden or Valentine one makes a very nice one. V1G2 .that's my opinion and everyone has one.

I looked into the R9, but I don't think I can afford to spend $4k on a detector right now. However, it looks like a the R8 is only $700, which is definitely within my budget.

In terms of laser jammers, it looks like the ALP costs around $1700 (assuming I'm looking at the correct product page -- the website layout is kind of confusing).

Basically, I'm only at risk of getting pulled over when driving on the the highway. Unfortunately, there are long stretches (I.e., probably several thousand feet) of highway that don't curve or change elevation at all (and there are typically bridges at the ends of these stretches that the cops hide under), so I'm wondering if a radar detector will be effective at all (especially if the cops have a tendency to use a function I've heard about called "instant on").

GA is tricky, they have a lot of dragoneye which is the hardest lidar to jam, but it is doable. Countermeasures are best done in layers, so a radar detector to cover radar, laser protection for laser, and I would add running an app, Waze at minimum or add something like highway radar/JBV1. As those will provide you warning of police traps ahead as reported by other users.

Loads of radar detector options, as you mentioned instant on is an issue so go for something long range, if you want to save some money and can do without arrows, the uniden R4 is a great choice otherwise the R7 or R8, V1G2 are all solid choices.

For laser coverage ALP is the long running solution as they have been around and providing dragoneye coverage the longest, if a full setup front and rear is out of your price range, there are other systems like TPX or TMG that can also do decently, they lack some nice to have features but will generally do the job.

I typically found most traps in GA were marked on Waze before I got to them but not all, they do like to shoot laser and radar from behind (parked on highway entrance ramps/overpasses) those are not always as well marked. Having laser coverage and radar detection in addition to apps will round out your layers of security.


Tagi: buy laser jammer 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

Reconsider your decision if you are thinking about utilizing a radar jammer to evade a speeding ticket, as radar jammers are against the law.

Jammers distinguish themselves from the widely known radar detectors. While a radar detector informs you about the presence of a radar gun used by the police on the highway, signal blocker, on the other hand, actively interfere with the radar signals. Although jammers are not prohibited for use in passenger cars, their effectiveness is not guaranteed as they solely provide an alert when radar is detected, which might be tardy.

The radar jammer operates by effectively neutralizing the radar guns employed by law enforcement agencies. By rendering the car invisible to radar signals, it becomes impossible for them to track your speed. Although intended to assist in evading tickets, in actuality, they may exacerbate the situation.

Detecting a radar jammer on the highway is a serious issue. It goes beyond mere fines or higher insurance costs.

Radar jammers are prohibited in certain states, which implies that you may face penalties even if you refrain from using them on federal roads. It is crucial to note that possession of such devices should be avoided altogether, and it is particularly important not to utilize them in California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, or Virginia.

The regulation of radar jammers by the FCC is highly stringent, with radar jammers being deemed illegal since 1996. Consequently, individuals are prohibited from using or selling such devices. Furthermore, the FCC has prohibited companies from advertising jammers altogether.

The utilization of radar jammers often leads to the police being able to detect their usage, even if they are unable to record your speed. The interference caused by these devices can serve as a clear indication, prompting the police to pull you over.

Laser speed monitoring can be countered by utilizing a laser jammer, which effectively obstructs the monitoring beam. Although the use of laser jammers does not infringe upon federal law, it is important to note that numerous states have enacted legislation prohibiting their usage.

It is advisable to refrain from utilizing them in California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

It is recommended to refrain from speeding in order to avoid a ticket legally. However, using radar jammers as a solution is not advisable, as their existence does not justify their usage.


Tagi: laser 

01 stycznia 197001 stycznia 1970  0 comments  Bez nazwy

A laser jammer is a device designed to produce a "no response" or cosine error when a police officer directs a laser radar gun towards a vehicle. By displaying this error, the laser radar gun fails to provide any indication to the police officer whether the vehicle is equipped with a laser jammers or if their aim is simply off target.

A laser signal jammers is a tool that produces a "no response" or cosine error signal when a law enforcement officer directs a laser radar gun towards a vehicle. This error signal prevents the police officer from determining whether the vehicle is using a laser jammer or if they are not targeting the vehicle accurately.

How to jam police lasers?

In order to counteract the effects of a laser, it is essential for the front laser jammers to safeguard the headlights, license plate, and the reflective surfaces in their vicinity. Conversely, at the rear, the license plate and tail lights become the main focal points. Additionally, the center high-mounted stop light, backup lights, and vertical reflective surfaces are also susceptible. Surprisingly, even a spare tire/wheel assembly mounted on the tailgate can be targeted, as demonstrated by our successful attempt at hitting a Jeep Wrangler's aluminum spare wheel from a distance of 2,500 feet.

Can you install a laser jammer on your car?

California Vehicle Code Section 28150 (Division 12: Equipment of Vehicles, Chapter 5: Other Equipment, Article 17: Jamming Devices) states the following:

(a) No vehicle shall be equipped with any device that is designed for, or is capable of, jamming, scrambling, neutralizing, disabling, or otherwise interfering with radar, laser, or any other electronic device used by a law enforcement agency to measure the speed of moving objects.

(b) No person shall use, buy, possess, manufacture, sell, or otherwise distribute any device that is designed for jamming, scrambling, neutralizing, disabling, or otherwise interfering with radar, laser, or any other electronic device used by a law enforcement agency to measure the speed of moving objects.

(c) Except as provided in subdivision (d), a violation of subdivision (a) or (b) is an infraction.

(d) When a person possesses four or more devices in violation of subdivision (b), the person is guilty of a misdemeanor.

(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a person who has a valid federal license for operating the devices described in this section may transport one or more of those devices if the license is carried in the vehicle transporting the device at all times when the device is being transported.

Can police radar measure speeds or more than one vehicle?

Police radars mounted on the dashboard have the capability to detect the speed of multiple vehicles simultaneously, often up to two.

Presently, radar technology allows for the simultaneous targeting of multiple vehicles, enabling the identification of the fastest vehicle in a group as well as the vehicle with the emest radar signal reflection. However, visual determination by the officer is still necessary to determine the fastest vehicle among those targeted.



Tagi: laser jammers 


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