Python III Moving Police Radar By MPH (Contact Us for Special Pricing)
The classic Python radar system has been completely redesigned for the 21st century. The smaller readout unit has a completely new look, with bigger, easier-to-read displays. The K-band antenna unit is the smallest on the market. The simple remote control still allows you to keep your eyes on the road, where they should be, instead of fishing for buttons. The new Python accepts MPH’s speedometer interface module, the only one that doesn’t force you to modify your cruiser. The radar is also available in an “FS” model with fastest-vehicle and same-direction modes. The Python III is simply the best basic radar package available, with great looks, lots of range, and more features than ever.
- Smaller readout with larger displays
- Smaller K-Band antenna
- Uncluttered remote control
- Intuitive roadway-style mode display
- X, K, and Ka-Band versions
- Optional same-direction and fastest modes
- Same display configuration as Bee III and Enforcer radars
- Software upgradeable from data port
- Optional speedometer interface
- Listed on the NHTSA Conforming Parts List
- Packages include radar, antenna(s), mounting brackets, cables, tuning forks and manual
- Stationary Mode: A radar mode that accurately measures speeds while the patrol vehicle is not moving.
- Opposite Direction Moving: A radar mode that accurately measures the speeds of vehicles moving in the direction that is opposite the direction the patrol vehicle is traveling.
- Fastest Vehicle Mode: A radar mode that accurately measures the speed of the fastest vehicle inside the radar beam.
- Same Direction Mode: A radar mode that accurately measures the speeds of vehicles moving in the same direction as the patrol vehicle.
- Separable Display: Describes a radar where the display unit can be detached from the radar´s processing unit and mounted separately in the vehicle.
- Wireless Remote: Describes a radar that is controlled with a cordless remote control rather than with a corded control. Most units with wireless remote controls can also be supplied with a wired remote control.
- POP Mode: A method for measuring speeds while simultaneously defeating radar detectors.
- Distance Ranging: Describes a radar where the display unit can detect and display the distances of the targets being watched.
- Direction Sensing: A class of radar devices that can measure a vehicle´s direction of travel as well as its speed. Direction sensing allows Automatic Same Direction calculations as well as directional discrimination in stationary mode.
- Battery Powered: Describes a radar that is powered by an integral, rechargeable battery pack.