Clients from Raleigh and the surrounding area who are looking for a defense against radar and police lidar should contact the team at Adrenaline Autosound. Unlike radar guns, laser-based speed measurement systems offer pinpoint accuracy and deliver instant readings that have, until recently, made them nearly impossible to thwart. The latest generation of custom-installed radar detector and laser defense systems can identify signals from laser devices and transmit a scrambled signal that prevents law enforcement officers from taking a reading. Let’s look at how these systems work and why the team at Adrenaline is the best choice to add protection to your vehicle.
How Does Police Lidar Work?
Lidar, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging, is a technology that was developed in the 1960s to measure distances very accurately. These distance measuring systems transmit a beam of light at an object and measure the time it takes for the signal to reflect back to the source. Based on this time, the measurement system can calculate the distance. Police speed measurement systems transmit a series of pulses at a vehicle and use the change in the reflection times to calculate the speed of the vehicle, often in less than half a second.
Radar detector systems with laser defense functionality use several laser transceivers on the front (and optionally the rear) of the vehicle to detect the light from the laser gun and instantly begin transmission of a scrambled signal. This scrambled message prevents a law enforcement officer from being able to take a speed measurement so that you have time to slow down and cancel the transmission.
What is DragonEye ECCM?
Companies like DragonEye Technology have developed a series of police speed laser guns with a mode called ECCM (Electronic Counter Counter Measures) that transmits a random signal that is designed to prevent the jamming and scrambling features in older radar detectors from working. You would get a warning that a laser measurement system was in use, but by then, it was too late.
As with most technologies, improvements in signal processing and computing power combined with relentless research from engineering teams have changed this. The latest laser defense systems from companies like AL Priority can block readings from the current ECCM-equipped laser guns so you can drive with confidence.
Custom-Designed Laser Defense Systems
When you book a consultation with the product specialists at Adrenaline Autosound, part of our vehicle evaluation criteria is to determine how many laser transceivers you’ll need for reliable protection against police lidar. Most vehicles function best with three sensors on the front of the vehicle for protection around the license plate and the headlights – the areas most frequently targeted by police. For large vehicles like heavy-duty trucks, we might suggest the installation of additional sensors for improved protection.
Expert Vehicle Integration Services
Once our radar detector and laser defense system is designed and you’ve approved our quote, our experts will begin the task of integrating the hardware into your vehicle. We obsess over the placement of each laser transceiver to ensure that it is aimed perfectly for maximum performance. We route all of the wiring for the system along factory wire channels and protect and secure everything with the same loom, tape and retention solutions used by the automaker. Control panels and displays will be integrated into the interior of your vehicle in a way that makes them look as though they came from the factory, rather than as an afterthought.
Raleigh’s Radar Detector Experts
If you are looking for the ultimate defense against police radar and lidar, contact the team at Adrenaline Autosound in Clayton and schedule a personal consultation. We’d be honored to design and install a premium AL Priority and Radenso solution in your vehicle. You can reach us by sending an e-mail using our contact page.