The small device detects when a traffic camera has flashed and then it illuminates your license plate to blur the photo and prevent a ticket.
By distributing noPhoto, VOXX enters the segment of radar detection. It expects to make the product available within 30 days at a price of about $399. A formal joint announcement by VOXX and noLimits (makers of noPhoto) outlining their partnership will be released at CES, said VOXX’s Joe Caltalbiano.
When noPhoto’s microprocessor detects a flash and it automatically determines whether it’s a true camera flash or just sunlight. It then illuminates the license plate at the precise moment so that the traffic camera photo appears as just a white blur and the ticket is thwarted.
It works using infra red technology so it functions in day and night conditions.
It can detect a typical traffic camera flash more than 100 feet away in direct sunlight.
The device uses two wires to install–power and ground connections.