Radar and Laser Countermeasure for Alberta
Recommendation for Edmonton and Calgary
Alberta police forces have many state of the art speed measurement devices in their arsenal. These tools include the infamous DragonEye handheld laser guns, DragonCam photo-LIDAR systems, latest K-band MultaRadar photo radar, on top of the wide spread laser speed traps and Ka-band moving radar.
What is effective against handheld LIDAR and DragonEye?
Portable laser guns (LIDAR) and handheld DragonEye have been sighted throughout the whole Alberta region, where as the DragonEye LidarCam photo system is used extensively in Edmonton area. To get proper protection, you will need AL Priority laser defense. A radar detector is not enough.
Read more about Antilaser's AL Priority.
- vs. Handheld Lidar targeting front: AL Priority Dual / Triple
- vs. DragonEye LidarCam (Edmonton): Add ALP Rear Defense Pack
- Add new TX sensor for max performance in configuration
Radar Detectors for detecting moving or stationary K/Ka-band Radar
You're allowed to own and use a radar detector in Alberta. We will provide a guideline below to help you make a choice.
- Long range performance: Uniden R3, Uniden R7
- Long range remote-installed: Radenso RCM + ALP
- GPS Truelock with AutoLearn: Redline 360c
- Camera database: Uniden R7, Uniden R3, Max 360C, Redline 360C
Radar Detectors that detect MRCD Photo Radar in Edmonton and Grande Prairie
- Uniden R7 (MRCD + extreme long range + camera database + GPS + Directional Arrows)
- Uniden R3 (MRCD + extreme long range + camera database + GPS filtering)
- Radenso Pro-M (best-in-class MRCD warning)
- Redline EX, Redline 360c (MRCD + camera database + Truelock with AutoLearn)
- Radenso RCM + ALP Package (best custom installed with camera database)