: Blinder extreme laser jammer



rlj5
01-01-07, 10:45 AM
Have my Valentine one radar detector (the only one) , but I am going to get a laser Jammer & it appears the blinder is the best.
Anyone using these , Is the m-20 with 2 jammers enough for our V or do we need an M-40 with 4 ? , Anyone use the new wireless model ? , And if so is the wireless any good or should I just stay with the hard wired one?

Vdrenaline
01-01-07, 10:07 PM
Glad you have a V1 -There is no substitute.
I have a blinder M40 but I have never hooked up the rear jammers. The front ones work VERY well. Make sure when using a jammer that once you have slowed down to turn off the jammer so the person targeting you can get a reading and won't suspect jamming.
Good luck!

barry007
01-01-07, 10:10 PM
do these things really work? i've never heard anyone objextive testimony that they do the job..can any of our law enforcement friends comment on this technology...

odla
01-02-07, 01:29 PM
iv always wanted to know to. Is there anyone who knows for sure?

V-Max
01-02-07, 02:09 PM
Have my Valentine one radar detector (the only one) , but I am going to get a laser Jammer & it appears the blinder is the best.
Anyone using these , Is the m-20 with 2 jammers enough for our V or do we need an M-40 with 4 ? , Anyone use the new wireless model ? , And if so is the wireless any good or should I just stay with the hard wired one?

There is a group buy on the the corvette forum.

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/showthread.php?t=1562654&page=3

If I did not have a black car I'd be on this offer.


Norm

caddyv8v
01-02-07, 04:54 PM
does a black car eliminate the risk of laser detection? mine is black, never heard that color makes a difference.

V-Max
01-02-07, 06:55 PM
does a black car eliminate the risk of laser detection? mine is black, never heard that color makes a difference.

My black C5 with no exposed headlights, front plate or chrome works the best. Basically if it reflects light it will reflect laser.

Norm

Black Sunshine
01-02-07, 07:14 PM
The OH cops hate a vette without a front license plate.:helpless: They have a very hard time getting a reflection.

BLACK_CTSV
01-02-07, 07:21 PM
Didn't Mythbusters do a piece on black cars and RADAR/Laser? Seems like it didn't matter which color it was...:hmm:

erp2863
01-02-07, 10:27 PM
Black does help some, but it doesn't make you invisible.

Free optics lesson: (I suggest doing this at night in a dark surrounding for best visual effect)
Stand directly in front of your car about 10 feet away. Take a laser pointer held down by your waistline and shine it on the front bumper. If you see the red dot, then it's reflecting the laser. The brighter the red dot, the greater the amount of original laser energy being reflected. Slowly move it up the hood, then up the windshield. You should notice that the red dot is brighter on the bumper than on the hood or windshield. The incident angle of the laser hitting the hood reflects most of the laser away from your eyes. The transparency of the windshield allows most of the laser to go through the windsheild, although a small fraction is still sent back as a reflection. Now give it a try on the chrome trim of the V's grill. Really nice reflection huh? Same with the headlights (ever notice how there is a mirror at the back of the headlight assembly?). Hence why officers are trained to go for the bumper, headlights, and front plate if available. Now try it on another car that is lighter in color, mayber silver or white. You should notice that the red dot is brighter than when done on a black car.

As I have said before, I know my Lidatek LE30 works and has the smallest footprint of those available. It has a 3 second jam which gives plenty of time to go from 85 to 65 without looking guilty. Here are some good reference sites:

www.raderdector.net (http://www.raderdector.net) and www.guysoflidar.com (http://www.guysoflidar.com)

Here is my setup:
http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/users/0nLHTHhyxCcI/__sr_/fa21.jpg?tkn=phE3ymFBKvQpQZ0Y&saveas=LE30-installed

http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/users/0nLHTHhyxCcI/__sr_/e259.jpg?tkn=phE3ymFBnCjXF.aV&saveas=LE30-installed2

V-Max
01-03-07, 02:22 PM
Black does help some, but it doesn't make you invisible.

Free optics lesson: (I suggest doing this at night in a dark surrounding for best visual effect)
Stand directly in front of your car about 10 feet away. Take a laser pointer held down by your waistline and shine it on the front bumper. If you see the red dot, then it's reflecting the laser. The brighter the red dot, the greater the amount of original laser energy being reflected. Slowly move it up the hood, then up the windshield. You should notice that the red dot is brighter on the bumper than on the hood or windshield. The incident angle of the laser hitting the hood reflects most of the laser away from your eyes. The transparency of the windshield allows most of the laser to go through the windsheild, although a small fraction is still sent back as a reflection. Now give it a try on the chrome trim of the V's grill. Really nice reflection huh? Same with the headlights (ever notice how there is a mirror at the back of the headlight assembly?). Hence why officers are trained to go for the bumper, headlights, and front plate if available. Now try it on another car that is lighter in color, mayber silver or white. You should notice that the red dot is brighter than when done on a black car.

As I have said before, I know my Lidatek LE30 works and has the smallest footprint of those available. It has a 3 second jam which gives plenty of time to go from 85 to 65 without looking guilty. Here are some good reference sites:

www.raderdector.net (http://www.raderdector.net) and www.guysoflidar.com (http://www.guysoflidar.com)

Here is my setup:
http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/users/0nLHTHhyxCcI/__sr_/fa21.jpg?tkn=phE3ymFBKvQpQZ0Y&saveas=LE30-installed

http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/users/0nLHTHhyxCcI/__sr_/e259.jpg?tkn=phE3ymFBnCjXF.aV&saveas=LE30-installed2

Thanks for the links! Have you seen any data on reflectively of sun glasses from the driver's seat? Probably the shiniest part on the C5.

Norm