Laserjammer Antilaser Priority Quad
The Antilaser Priority Quad (improved successor to the AL G9 RX) consists of five elements - four outdoor sensors and a control unit. The sensors, which have now been further reduced compared to the ALG9 RX, have special infrared lenses that recognize the measurement with the laser gun and react with the same pulse frequency depending on the detected laser gun. The laser gun will then not be able to display any measured value, since an evaluation of its own reflection radiation, which is now mixed with the radiation from the Laserguard diode.
The control and display unit contains a display and a loudspeaker. The two LEDs (green and red) indicate whether the system is ready for operation. In addition, the priority device now also offers German voice output and USB update options. The PRIORITY antilaser is equipped with the smallest sensors in its performance class. Outstanding laser reception was achieved through carefully developed hardware and software of the receiving system, based on the manufacturer's patented innovations.
During the development of the system, the top priority was perfect functionality paired with ultimate efficiency in all circumstances, improved filtering of sun interference and laser sources, improved resistance to temperature fluctuations and electromagnetic interference. Although the sensors have become smaller, the control unit has grown and offers new functions and extensions. The system can consist of up to five sensors and differentiates between front and rear sensors. AL PRIORITY is the first product in the industry to offer software and system settings that can be updated using a USB stick.
The sensors are installed in the front of the vehicle and protect against laser measurements. Depending on the vehicle, 2 or more sensors may be required. 2 sensors are sufficient for a normal car. For a vehicle with a large front, such as an SUV, 2-3 sensors are necessary, for a truck 4 sensors ("Antilaser Priority Quad"). When a laser gun is aimed at the vehicle, the system recognizes the type of laser measurement and reacts so that the measuring device cannot evaluate your laser reflections. An incorrect measurement is displayed on the laser measuring device. The operator will then try to measure again. He assumes that he has not aimed correctly or that the vehicle is reflecting poorly. The driver can now adjust the speed. After this is done, you should turn off the system. For safety reasons, the Antilaser system is automatically switched off after 4 seconds if you forget this. For optimal function, the receiver should be mounted near the license plate, since the pistol is pointed at the vertical license plate in almost all cases. A recommendable place is in or behind the grille. The sensors should be horizontal and cleaned from time to time.
AntiLaser has been successfully tested with the following laser measuring devices: LTI Marksman 20.20, Multalaser LTI, UltraLyte, LR, 100, 100LR, 200, 200LR, Compact, LRB Redflex, Lasercam, Lasercam NT Jenoptik, LaserPatrol Jenoptik, Laveg, Video-Laveg Multanova, StarLaser Robot , TraffiPatrol, V Sagem, MestaLaser Sagem, EUROLaser Truvelo, Lidar, D-Cam Kustom, ProLaser I Kustom, ProLaser II Kustom, ProLaser III Kustom, Pro-Lite Kustom, LaserCam II Riegl, LR90-235 Stalker, LZ-1 Laser Atlanta , SpeedLaser, S, R, Stealth Mode Cleartone, Stealth SpeedLaser Fama, famaLaser II Fama, famaShot III Traffic Observer, LMS 291/221/04/05 NJL Kft, SCS-101 / SCS-102 Robot, TraffiPatrol XR Riegl, FG21- P LTI, TruSpeed LTI, TruSpeed 2 LTI, TruCam Vitronic, PoliscanSpeed Camera, Unicam section control Unipar, SL700 RedSpeed, SpeedGuard