Limit, Cam I tested with is a retail system with current public firmware. Traffic was light. I likewise encountered some weather condition which I’ll deal with in just a minute. No test, including this one, is created to be completion all be all. This is just one set of datapoints while all the early test results continue to roll in.
YMMV. So right as we came to the test course, it began raining We had an entire discussion about this just recently. Rain does negatively impact range, but hey it rains a lot up here so what can you do? Undoubtedly I ‘d rather check without rain, for multiple factors, but we decided to setup and test anyways and see what takes place.
(Thank goodness for the exact same mount and power cable!) It rained hardest in the start and gradually calmed down throughout the test. After we completed 3 runs with each detector, it stopped raining. Due to the fact that of this, we skipped testing the staying detectors to avoid offering them an unreasonable benefit, and proceeded to 34.
Here’s how 33. 8 screening went: Max, Cam and RL360c both alerted just after the red barn. Max 360c didn’t alert till a later detection zone when the signal got more powerful. Far it does indeed look like the Max, Cam is more delicate than the Max 360c. Here’s a clip of the Max, Cam in action.
You’ll likewise discover the arrow transition was terrific when passing the radar course. All of the detectors had terrific arrow flipping when passing the radar automobile. I likewise liked the Max, Cam’s rampup better than the RL360c. It was more progressive with time while the RL360c likes to go complete tilt wayyy too quickly.