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      12-08-2012, 10:27 PM   #19
stealth.pilot
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Yes Bradone1's car is a blackhole to laser!!

My lower mount has some vulnerability at short distances (30 feet) due to the fact that they are too recessed. bradone1's installer is going to adjust mine on Monday to fix this and retest.

These LI products are very impressive!
Couple of questions:

Are the BMW specific emitters normal or hi powered?

Do you think one high power emitter centred above the back license plate would be satisfactory?

TIA,
Bish
The bmw sensors have one vertically polarized laser diode per head as opposed to one horizontally polarized diode in the regular sensor. This means the BMW sensor can be mounted on its side vertically but cannot be mounted horizontally.

The HP head has 2 laser diodes per head instead of one, and one diode is horizontally polarized and the other vertically polarized. This gives both increased coverage area and also twice the jamming power.
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