Enforcer Compact Police Traffic Radar System By MPH (Request for Quote)
Along with the BEE III, the Enforcer is the most compact radar available. It has the smallest detachable display, while retaining larger multicolored speed windows. Enforcer also has the smallest available antennas, and it is waterproof. Both pieces can be mounted anywhere in the patrol vehicle.
Enforcer is equipped with manual same-direction mode, allowing economical access to same direction measurements. The radar also has fastest-vehicle mode for detecting speeders in the presence of larger vehicles. Its wired remote control has specially-contoured buttons to make it easy to run the radar while driving. The design of the Enforcer sets it apart from competing radars.
- Manual same-direction mode
- Fastest target mode
- POP™ technology
- Tiny display with easy-to-read LED displays
- Ergonomic wired remote control
- Black equipment housings
- Digital signal processing
- Optional wireless remote control
- Listed on the NHTSA Conforming Parts List
- 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. Click here for more information.
- 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