Demo and comparisons of the AntiLaser and Laser Interceptor lidar testers.
AL tester: bit.ly/1Qe3vKR
LI tester: www.laser-interceptorusa.com/jammer-tester

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Comments

    • Vince c
      Vince c

      Is there any different laser guns on the Laser Interceptor then the AntiLaser? I know that Antilaser has 9 laser guns on it but, I didn't know if Laser Interceptor had a laser gun on it that antilaser didn't have on it.

      about 8 months ago
    • Fuzzy Peaches
      Fuzzy Peaches

      How can you be sure they are transmitting back to the sender ?

      about 11 months ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Fuzzy Peaches

      You can use an IR camera. These are mainly to ensure that each head is plugged in. For proper testing, you want to test while driving against a laser gun. That way you can test not only that they detect and they fire back like you said, but also that they’re aligned and installed properly to jam. These testers are very basic testers.

      about 11 months ago
    • Justin Kos
      Justin Kos

      would one of these be worth it to buy for a new install? i have no other way of testing unfortunately

      about 3 years ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Justin Kos

      +Justin Kos Not really. They'll let you know your system is powered on and working, but to know if it's installed properly and can jam a lidar gun, you need to find someone with a lidar gun who can test you. http://www.vortexradar.com/2016/01/alp-setup-guide-part-8-getting-your-jammers-tested/

      about 3 years ago
    • paial
      paial

      Can you comment a little bit on off axis for laser guns?
      I have been seeing a lot o laser guns mounted on tripods on the site of the road, and by the very late warnings on my v995, it looks like they are aiming for a close shot. I plan to buy the ALP soon and I'm worried on how to install the transceivers to get a good coverage off axis as well. Thanks.

      about 4 years ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to paial

      That's very different. Radar detectors generally suck at detecting laser. What part of the world do you live in?

      Generally you want your jammers pointed straight ahead, but for some areas of the world you want heads angled out to the side. Depends on what lidar guns are in use in your area. Visiting rdforum.org would be a good idea.

      about 4 years ago
    • Gertrude
      Gertrude

      Have you seen/reviewed this one too? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M20E7Q4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

      about 4 years ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Gertrude

      +Clumsy Kitchen I know of someone making a unit like this but for radar, but it's going to be very limited production and cost thousands of dollars, heh.

      about 4 years ago
    • Gertrude
      Gertrude In reply to Gertrude

      +TravelCam1111 I picked one up a week ago to test my V1 and to see if I could improve the placement of the unit itself. All of the buttons do register on the V1, although I think the Riegel doesn't always register. I just wish someone would make a Ka transmitter so I could test that as well. (for K Band I picked up one of the Bushnell velocity guns and it's a fun little toy)

      about 4 years ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Gertrude

      +Clumsy Kitchen Oh nice. Never tried that one. The lower price looks good. Looks like it's a similar tool.

      about 4 years ago
    • Alonzo Rhodes
      Alonzo Rhodes

      Where would I get the LI Testers from?Thanks for the video.

      about 4 years ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Alonzo Rhodes

      Check the links in the video description

      about 4 years ago