It doesn't. Laser Elite is a clone of the old R9 AntiLaser System. The heads have no capability of Jamming the DragonEye, There is also no support for MANY other guns used in the US. Stay away from it and any other of the various old clones.
The only jammer worth buying nowadays for new installs is the ALP. So much time/effort/money goes into installing this stuff that it's not worth buying an inferior jammer to save a couple hundred dollars. And if you're asking about the ability to jam the Dragoneye, the only jammer that gets the job done is the ALP.
Currently, buying the ALP is a no-brainer choice for LIDAR jammers no matter where you are. It is head-and-shoulders superior to any laser jammer on the market that we've been able to test. This is even the case for "supported" and "easy" guns like constant-pulse-rate previous-generation guns, where the ALP's superior sensitivity is far less vulnerable to a slightly suboptimal install(*). Do you have a specific concern with ALP that motivates you to shop for alternatives?
(*) Note that against Dragon guns, it is paramount to install the ALP's properly. A bad install can still do a good job of jamming non-Dragon guns, but the Dragons will tear holes through such a setup. Make sure you get your system tested after installation.
since I have already ordered LE I will give it a try. I am mostly concerned with jamming Laser Atlanta and Kustom ProLaser which should be easily done with an inferior unit like LE. If it didn't work I will go with ALP.
Can you return the LE? The issue, as jdong mentioned, is that other jammers may be capable of jamming the "easy" guns (for example the LTI TruSpeed), but if the jammer heads can't see the signal, it can't jam the gun. Take a look at our testing results: https://www.rdforum.org/showthread.php?t=45171 While the LI is certainly capable of jamming the TruSpeed, it had all sorts of PTs because the install apparently wasn't exactly optimal. When we've tested jammers, we've found that the ALP is way more forgiving, even against the easy to jam guns. This is important because even if you have the heads level and square at the time you installed, they might eventually start to become misaligned, and you wouldn't want to get a ticket because of that.
I may be beating a dead horse- So I am confidently driving down the road in my wife's car with a set of LI's installed. Figure I can beat most guns so what the heck. Never heard a sound just the flashing of those blue lights....and that just really is the worst feeling in the world. You've spent your money the system fails you and you've been owned. Buy the ALP's-don't get owned.
You can sell it or return it. You've done the easy part (ordering the jammer) but haven't done the hard part yet (installing it). It's going to be a day or two of work trying to get through the firewall, mounting the heads, etc., or $400-1000 for a professional install. If I were you, I wouldn't bother putting the effort (or money) into installing something that's sub par. It would be different if you already had an old install in your car, but you do not.
The community here spends very little time proactively buying low end / questionable jammers and thoroughly testing them. The answer to your question is likely not going to be available. If you'd like to continue with the investment in installing this system then testing against those two guns for us, we would be really interested in the results. However, just like how we don't have comprehensive testing on the hundreds of low end and off-brand radar detectors on the market, we don't really make an effort to test out these jammers either.
Goood luck with anything except ALPs. You ll definitely need it hehehehe
Especially clones with awesome marketing (we can jam all guns plus also the ones that do not exist yet).
Return it asap and try to get your money back. Good luck with that too (((((
If you were looking to cut corners (not a great idea when talking about jammers) you should have picked up a used LI system on ebay. YES I AGREE ALP IS the absolute best jammer, and it's the one you should go with, BUT there are relatively new LI systems on ebay that can keep you protected if VPR isn't around your daily commute. Please know that I still don't recommend that unless you're just strapped for cash, and you know for a solid fact that VPR guns aren't used in your area. The ALP is the most solid jammer, and the only one worth buying UNLESS you just can't afford it AND can do your own install(s).
Money is not of a big deal and last elite has cost me almost the same as alp, the reason for purchase could have been I rushed ordering one with not much research . I am thinking about using the elite on my second car or the rear and buy an alp for front protection.