The new Defuser is about the size of a USB flash drive so it can fit into car grilles and other tight spaces. Its interface enables the installation of up to 5 laser transponders to suit larger vehicles with a wider surface area that need more protection.
It uses a “Nanostack” technology pulsed laser diode to provide a jamming beam, said K40.
Its software can be updated as new police laser gun technology emerges.
The Defuser Optix integrates with the custom installed K40 RL200i or K40 RL360i remote radar detection systems for full coverage.
K40 offers a ticket protection warranty on the product and pre-tests every product before it is shipped. It claims less than a 0.5 percent return rate for the full K40 line, below the average of 2-3 percent for consumer electronics products.
For more information call 800-323-6768 or visit K40’s dealer inquiry page.