Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Blinder M27/Blinder M47 Xtreme: New Extreme Laser Jammers

Blinder M27/Blinder M47 Xtreme: New Laser Jammers with Extreme Performance

For those of you familiar with Blinder, this Danish-based company has a long-established history of producing highly-regarded (and often imitated, but not equaled), top-quality, high-performing, cool-running, and long-lasting LED-based laser jammers (including the M10/M15, M20/M40, M25/M45). With each newer model series, Blinder users have become accustomed to increased capabilities and performance over their previous models.

For 2009, Blinder has taken the performance of their Xtreme laser jammer series to an even higher level.

So what can fans of Blinder expect to see with the new Blinder M27 X-TREME (two-head) and Blinder M47 X-TREME (four-head) models? The manufacturer claims the following improvements.

Blinder M27 X-TREME and Blinder M47 X-TREME, at a glance:
  • Improved laser jamming efficiency
  • More powerful platform
  • Improved laser/lidar detection
  • PC software updateable (via USB port on control module)
  • Multi-function/IR transponders (can be configured as a parking sensor/garage door opener)
  • Separate US and European versions (support of more lidar guns seen in each market)
  • Same price points as M25/M45 ($429 for 2-head M27 & $679 for 4-head M47)
Physically the US and European versions are identical, the differences are in the software/firmware. The European versions support lidar guns only experienced in those markets, including the advanced Traffipatrol XR and the new LTI-TruSpeed with advanced anti-laser jamming circuitry (which is a new algorithm specifically to designed defeat laser jamming attempts, not merely detect them). The U.S. versions support all currently used police lasers approved by use by the IACP including the U.S. version of the LTI-Truspeed.

We expect the new M27 and M47 to become available in about two weeks from today. Knowing the dedication of Blinder's engineering development team, these new multi-function laser jammers should prove to be very compelling systems regardless of price.

I can't wait to try them out on my vehicle coupled with Veil G4. I suspect this combination will be extremely difficult to beat* at any price!

Happy and safe motoring.

Online Discussion (Speed Trap Hunter):

*Note: We do not condone the use of any countermeasure for the purposes of JTG. We believe countermeasures such as a radar detector, laser jammer, or Veil should only be used to safely adjust speeds, if needed, to the extent these systems (either individually or in combination) allow.

Veil Guy
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