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Stalker Radar releases LIDAR RLR traffic enforcement laser

Stalker Radar has unveiled its R-Series ruggedized LiDAR RLR, built to perform real-world policing conditions.
Stalker Radar has unveiled its R-Series ruggedized LiDAR RLR, built to perform real-world policing conditions.

US: Stalker Radar has announced the release of its new R-Series ruggedized LiDAR RLR that is built to perform in real-world policing conditions. The RLR combines a waterproof and dustproof IP67 rating with a new graphics display and has been tested and passed requirements for both shock and vibration.

The RLR captures speeding vehicles within a third of a second and over a standard distance exceeding 3,600. For larger reflective moving vehicles, the RLR’s range extends to 9,000 feet or more. The RLR measures speeds from 1 to 299 miles per hour with verified accuracy of ±1 unit and operates from -22°F to 140°F.

The new full-character LCD display provides a clearer user interface. The simple, operator-programmable menu system makes it the most user-friendly laser on the market.

The RLR features Stalker’s exclusive C-Thru Technology Auto Obstruction Mode. Targets that are partially obscured by objects – bushes, trees, fences, utility poles, guy wires, etc., up to 800 feet away – can be automatically tracked and identified with the Auto Obstruction Mode.

This gives the officer more location choices when setting up to monitor traffic. C-Thru Technology “learns” where the obstructions are and ignores them, tracking only vehicles within the enforcement zone.

The RLR retains the industry-leading acquisition time, range, accuracy, smallest size, and lightest weight for which Stalker is famous.

The RLR weighs in at a scant 2.3 pounds including the new snap-in, rechargeable Li-ion battery pack. The battery pack clips conveniently into the RLR’s handle and powers the RLR for 16 hours of continuous triggering between charges. The innovative battery pack accepts more than 500 charge cycles and more than pays for itself in battery replacement costs alone.