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US $1,395.00
Location:

Dallas, Texas, United States

Dallas, Texas, United States
Condition:New Brand:K40 Detection:K Band, Ka Band, Ka Superwide Band, Laser, POP Detection, X Band Manufacturer Part Number:RL360i UPC:739238520904

$1,995 Installed (taxes on parts) 

$1,395 Not Installed plus shipping.

K40 RL360i Black Radar Detection System - RL360IBMM

The customizable RL360i is the world's first radar detection system with both front and rear radar receivers, providing directional awareness to police radar threats.

The RL360i can be customized to every vehicle, and up to four Laser Defuser g5s can be added for protection from police laser threats.

Features:

  • Directional Awareness -- The RL360i gives the driver increased detection range with front-focused and rear-focused radar receivers. This dual receiver configuration allows for front and rear directional awareness to police radar threats through voice alerts and two LEDs (the left is for front radar signals, and the right is for rear).
  • Discreet & Custom Installation -- Installed by master technicians, the RL360i retains the appearance of the vehicle's interior by using only two alert LEDs in the instrument cluster and an easy-to-conceal remote (see photo above). The remote controls everything from the brightness of the alert LEDs to the system's mute settings and GPS features.
  • K-Band Filter --Rejects alerts from vehicles on the road equipped with radar-based safety features, such as adaptive cruise control and blind spot assist, which allows you to concentrate on the real threats.
  • Black Remote Control --A redesigned, all-black remote control.
  • GPS Features: The RL360i offers drivers 17 customizable settings, including GPS features such as:
    • Mark to Mute -- Silence non-police radar/laser alerts when within a specific GPS location by pressing the Mark to Mute button. No more annoying "false" alerts from automatic doors and security systems.
    • Quiet Ride -- The K40 RL360i allows the driver to set a minimum detection speed that eliminates all audible alerts until the vehicle exceeds that selected speed. You decide when you want to hear an alert. With Quiet Ride, there are no more constant, annoying alerts when traveling in areas with a high concentration of non-police radar sources.
    • Mark to Alert -- The RL360i allows the driver to build their own database of locations that are important to them. Mark to Alert for locations such as dangerous intersections, speed traps, school zones, and red light cameras.
    • Speed Monitor -- This feature gives the driver a constant audible alert whenever a preselected speed is exceeded. The interior LEDs will also illuminate. Great for young/new drivers or those with accidental lead foot. Self-control. Parental control.

Specifications:

Product subject to one or more of the following U.S. patents:

  • 7,298,248 B2
  • 5,001,777
  • RE39,038
  • RE40,653
  • RE41,905
  • Other patents pending.

Technical:

  • Operating Frequencies:
    • 10.500 - 10.550 GHz (X-Band)
    • 24.050 - 25.250 GHz (K-Band)
    • 33.400 - 36.000 GHz (Ka-Band)
    • GHz = gigahertz
  • Power Requirements:
    • 11.0 - 16.0 Volts DC negative ground
    • 170 mA typical standby
  • Remote Control: CR2032 Cell Battery
  • Temperature Range: -40° - +165° Fahrenheit

Level/Mode

Sensitivity

Recommended Use

1.Highway (factory default setting)

Detects all types of North American approved police radar at maximum range and sensitivity

For highway travel or in any area in which you are unfamiliar with the types of radar used.

2. City

The X-Band sensitivity is reduced. This is because it is the most common source of non-police radar signals. K, Ka, and Laser remain at full sensivity.

When traveling in an urban area with minimal non-police radar signals.

3. Filter

X-Band detection is eliminated completely. K and Ka-Band sensitivity are reduced by 50%.

Use this mode when traveling in congested traffic areas with a high concentration of non-police radar signals.



Additional System Features:

  • Handheld Remote Control - Visor clip or dash mounting options
  • Voice Type - Female or Male
  • Alert Type - Voice or Tones
  • Distinct Tones for all Bands - X, K, Superwide Ka, and Laser alerts (when optional Laser Defuser g5 is incorporated)
  • Fully Independent Customization - Each radar receiver can be independently customized for band awareness and alerts
  • Start-Up Sequence - Audible and visual sequence at start-up
  • Abbreviated Test - Optional abbreviated start up sequence
  • Display Type - Single/Dual blue LEDs or warning pods custom-integrated into driver's cockpit view
  • Signal Strength Indicators - Audible Geiger strength indications

Factory Default Settings:

  • Voice On
  • Voice Female
  • Wake-Up Long
  • Auto Mute Off
  • POP Off
  • MPH
  • Speed Monitor Off
  • Front Radar On
  • Front X-Band On
  • Front K-Band On
  • Front Ka-Band On
  • Rear Radar On (RL360i system)
  • Rear X-Band On (RL360i system)
  • Rear K-Band On (RL360i system)
  • Rear Ka-Band On (RL360i system)
  • Laser Constant Transmit (with optional Laser Defuser g5)
  • Factory Reset

$1,995 Installed (taxes on parts)

$1,395 Not Installed plus shipping.



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