Whistler GT268XI Radar Detector

SKU: GT268XI
Price
$189.95

Description

The Whistler GT138Xi radar detector is a entry level radar. It has an easy-to-see ICON display that is easily visible in all light conditions - day or night. This basic unit is perfect if you're wanting piece of mind without spending too much.

Product Description

Features:

FDSR (Field Disturbance Sensor Rejection) combats false alerts caused by collision avoidance and blind spot detection systems in newer vehicles
TFSR (Traffic Flow Sensor Rejection) helps eliminate alerts from radar based traffic flow sensors
DETECTS EUROPEAN LASER GUNS Trafficpatrol XR, Reigl, Jenoptik, Laveg, Truspeed and more
ICON DISPLAY provides distinct visual symbols of alerts detected and engaged modes
Ka NARROW MODE looks only for the following Ka Frequencies: 34.0 GHz and 34.3 GHz
POPª MODE DETECTION advanced speed detection capability responds to brief bursts of radar
360¡ MAXX COVERAGE advanced speed detection capability responds to brief bursts of radar
3 CITY MODES detects from front, sides, and rear
DIM / DARK MODES reduce the illumination of the display. When in dark mode, the display is turned off during an alert then remains off for 20 more seconds before returning to its dimmer setting.
HIGH GAIN LENS provides increased field of view which means better range
TONE ALERTS provide audible alerts for bands received
QUIET / AUTO QUIET MODES silence audio alerts
ALERT PRIORITY displays most important signal when more than one is detected
SETTING SAVER saves personalized settings when unit is turned off
VEHICLE BATTERY SAVER automatically shuts off your detector if you forget to turn it off -
VG-2 DETECTION when engaged, alerts to VG-2 presence

Whistler detectors receive these radar frequencies:
10.500 - 10.550 GHz X Band
24.050 - 24.250 GHz K Band
33.400 - 36.000 GHz SuperWideBand Ka

Specifications:

SIZE: 25.4mm (H) x 72.4mm (W) x 105.4mm (L)
WEIGHT: 130.4 g
Insert Colour: Black
Power: 12V
Included Accessories: Windshield Bracket Kit, Power Cord, Manual
More information see www.whistlerradar.co.nz