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DGC News Sept 2010:  New Laser Product + Videos

Sep 1, 2010

DGC News Sept 2010: New Laser Product + Videos

Dear Dontgetcaught Members,

Laser has been growing significantly across Australia and is quickly becoming the dominant type of trap being used by police in some states. We are always striving to keep one step ahead of the police equipment and as such we are releasing a new laser defence product. After doing a lot of research we have taken on the Antilaser G9 (ALG9). This latest system to hit our arsenal of anti-speed detection products comes to the table with a lot of credibility. The ALG9 won the GOL laser jammer tests in 2005 and 2006. It is also the only laser defence system that has proven to defeat the new LTI TruCam being released by the police!

Some of the new features and benefits of the ALG9 are as follows:

Increased laser defence performance, highest sensitivity and reaction time of all laser defence systems on the market.
Still marketed as a parking sensor (including packaging and instruction manuals) to keep the device 100% legal to use.
Smaller sensors, making it easier to fit on all vehicles (about 20% smaller than the LPP), making installs easier.
Bracket is already bent to fit sensor, saving time on installs.
Better looking (and much smaller) packaging.
New styled on/off switch.
New control box allows for 4 sensors to be plugged into one control box.
Unit can be upgraded by memory card or USB.
Sensors now have a modular cable, this means that the extension cables can be added in, giving you more cable length for rear installation. Also, if there is a defective sensor or if the system needs to be changed out for any reason your installer can simply unplug the old sensor and plug in the new one.

The new LTI TruCam is a very powerful gun and it has a new "anti-jam" feature that is supposed to cut out interference from jammers or laser parking sensors like the ALG9. The anti-jam feature doesn't work on the ALG9 as you will see from the video links below. Our recommended protection based on the power of the new LTI TruCam is now:

Small cars and motorbikes - 1 sensor, front protection only
Small cars and motorbikes - 1 sensor in front, 1 sensor in rear
Medium and large vehicles - 2 sensor in front, front protection only
Medium and large vehicles - 2 sensor in front, 1 sensor in rear

NOTE: If the LTI TruCam is not being used in your state, 1 sensor in the front and 1 in the rear of the vehicle will still be fine but if you can go to 2 front and 1 rear then we recommend that.

From the attached sensitivity scale you can put the LPP at around 5.5 for sensitivity and reaction/interference time. As you can see, the ALG9 Park is about 9.0 and outperforms all other "jammers" on the market. The Valentine 1 is a radar detector NOT a jammer. We can confirm with the police laser gun we own that reaction time with the ALG9 has been extremely responsive.

Here are some great youtube videos of the ALG9 in action against the two biggest laser threats in Australia - ENJOY!

ALG9 vs TruCam: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOdcDR4IiUQ
ALG9 vs Poliscan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY64ZGe8C2A

Trade-in your Laser Pro Park!
We are offering customers who have purchased the Laser Pro Park from us over the past few years a discount on the ALG9 by means of a trade-in. We will give you $100 off the ALG9 for a single LPP, $200 off for a dual head LPP, or $300 off for a triple LPP. Trade-in is for equivalent purchase, for example, a single head LPP can only be traded in toward a single head ALG9. Cutting the LPP sensors off is fine, we don't need the cables back... just the interface box and sensors! Phone us for details.

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