What is AUTOLEARN?
Autolearn uses the GPS feature to identify sources of false radar and memorizes location and frequency of each radar signal. Our AutoLearn software then compares signals received over time and eliminates audio alerts for non-police sources. The display will identify that a signal is present but no audio alert will be sounded. If a new source of radar or laser appears in the area you will receive a full audio and visual alert.
Will autolearn block out true police radar?
The 360's sophisticated software will prevent automatically blocking out true police signals.
What is the Defender Database?
Defender is a database of North American red light and fixed speed camera locations that can be updated weekly.
What is the USB Port Used For?
The Max 360 is web ready and the USB port can connect to a PC for software downloads and Defender Database updates.
What is variable speed sensitivity?
The Max 360 is able to increase sensitivity as your traveling speed increases so when you are driving at slower speeds the likelihood of falsing will drop as you do not need fully sensitivity.
Can the 360 be used outside of North America?
Escort does not monitor what frequencies are used overseas, but many customers travel abroad with their Escort
What is Expert Mode?
Expert Mode will show you up to 8 radar signals at the same time and will show relative signal strength and associated Band of each signal.
What is the Warranty Period?
Escort's products ordered from RadarBusters come with a full one-year factory warranty. Extended Service Plans are available on select models that will provide two additional years of warranty for $29.95.
I already have GPS in my car. Why do I need it in my Max 360?
The GPS feature is not used for navigation. The Max 360 allows you to Mark locations of interest, Block false radar and laser alerts, tracks vehicle speed in real-time, and allows sensitivity based on the vehicle speed.
What is the memory capacity of the 360 and can it run out of space?
The Max 360 has more than enough memory to hold all your locations as well as the camera locations used in the US.