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Laser Jammer Test and Review 2014





Do you want peace of mind knowing you have 100% protection against police laser enforcement?

I’m going to share with you something that the radar detector manufacturers don’t want you to know: radar detectors are worthless when it comes to laser enforcement!
Laser Jammer Test Review

First, the light beam that is emitted from a police laser gun is only 18” at 500 feet and the typical aiming point by the officer is either your headlight or your front plate.

Therefore, unless your radar detector is within this 18” radius it may never alert.

If it does, chances are that it's too late: the officer has already captured your speed.

As a result of this, the only way to have 100% protection against this type of enforcement is to use a laser jammer.

How Laser Jammers Work


To jam a police laser gun, the jammer must first detect the light beam from the officers laser gun, normally on the 904 nm wavelength.

Once it does, a high quality laser jammer will then decode the pulse rate of the gun through its software and then transmit the same pulse and frequency rate back toward the police laser gun, jamming it.

Laser Jamming Strategy


I would never advise anyone to jam to gun, meaning that you would keep your laser jammer activated as you pass the officer, as this would certainly make the officer suspect that you have a jammer.

Instead, I would recommend that the moment your jammer activates you check your speed, slow down if needed, and then shut it off so the officer can capture your speed.

Another strategy is to auto program your laser jammer so that it shuts off automatically after 4-seconds after activation, giving you ample time to slow down in most speed trap encounters.

2014 Laser Jammer Test and Review


On May 31st we held our annual laser jammer test at our company headquarters in Morristown, Arizona, inviting the top three contenders, Escort, Blinder and Laser Interceptor, to participate. For this test I assembled my arsenal of the top 10 laser guns used in the USA including the Laser Ally and two Dragon Eyes.

However, due to scheduling problems Laser Interceptor was unable to attend. But as the Laser Interceptor is the manufacture of the Escort Laser ShifterPro, the results between the two would be simular.

I also enlisted the services of a retired Las Vegas Metro police officer certified in both police laser and radar enforcement to operate the laser guns.

During this test, the ECM (Electronic Counter Measures) were activated on the laser guns by the officer.



Escort Laser ShifterPro

License Plate Aim Point Headlight Aim Point
LTI 20/20 JTG JTG
LTI TrueCam JTG JTG
LTI TrueSpeed S JTG JTG
LTI LRB JTG JTG
LTI TrueSpeed JTG JTG
Kustom ProLite JTG JTG
Kustom ProLaser 3 JTG JTG
Laser Atlanta Stealth JTG JTG
Laser Atlanta JTG JTG
Laser Ally JTG JTG
Dragon Eye 1 No Jamming No Jamming
Dragon Eye 2 No Jamming No Jamming


Blinder HP-905

License Plate Aim Point Headlight Aim Point
LTI 20/20 JTG JTG
LTI TrueCam JTG JTG
LTI TrueSpeed S JTG JTG
LTI LRB JTG JTG
LTI TrueSpeed JTG JTG
Kustom ProLite JTG JTG
Kustom ProLaser 3 JTG JTG
Laser Atlanta Stealth JTG JTG
Laser Atlanta JTG JTG
Laser Ally JTG JTG
Dragon Eye 1 113.5 Feet 304 Feet
Dragon Eye 2 JTG JTG



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