Looks like those S350M's are still harder to detect than poliscan.
Those TraffiTop white enclosures they have for them always remind me of a Sony Trinitron 14" portable TV from the 80's ;
Correct, no change.
Here's the current summary/status ;
I've registered for e-mail updates, so will post up when I get any notification
Strains of the motherland in there as well like me, but different ends of the motherland country :)
OT - One of the best laughs I've had was translating the text from Viz's Sid the Sexist and Biffa Bacon to an American from Seattle :)
Not local specs, but just those of the FCC report, and a manual I found recently ;
My observations locally, are that the channels are generally around those stated. On of my latest YouTube's with the R3 on 1.53 detected 24.171, and I often get 24.159 on another one on a receding approach...
Yes, my original quint was all P1's. The second quint had all P2's, and I mixed and matched them to get 2 x quints that would still do VPR protection.
Looking at my first ALP YouTube vid (the day I got them installed) was 24th July 2013.
I stopped using ALPConnect just for that reason, as in WA they started issuing mobile phone fines on top of poliscan speeding fines, using the close-up photo used to ID the driver. Same with facing a handheld, last thing I want to be doing is jabbing frantically at my mobile, whilst approaching...
Still running an Australian (earlier than USA) release HW1 and P1's from 2013, and some P2's.
I guess Perth's dry hot summer Mediterranean climate isn't too taxing on the sensor hardware, plus I hardly ever wash the car properly (a heavy rain fall gets the worst off) :cool:
Had an HW.1 CPU...
Haven't seen this one before - a brief user manual for the RRS24F-ST3 patch antenna used in the MRCT (attached).
Quoted max range of 600m (1,970') is interesting for the sensor, although I suspect the max camera range to capture the licence plate is much less.