LIDAR Gun Listing Database (1 Viewer)

Introduction
LIDAR guns have varied in design over the past 10 years, and manufacturers have made significant changes to improve the device’s target acquisition time, target range, and even utilizing anti-jam software.

Some good examples showing how the manufacturers have changed their new LIDAR guns for 2012 are the Kustom Prolaser and Applied Concepts Stalker series. With the Kustom Prolaser LIDAR guns, the ProLaser 4 has improved it’s target acquisition capabilities by providing faster target readings through glass, and using a better diode that gave the gun more range. These are big improvements since many agencies prefer to purchase LIDAR guns that have the ability to allow their personnel to use the LIDAR guns while inside the vehicle. The Stalker LR made some improvements as well, such as using larger optics and a better CPU. According to the manufacturer, the new CPU is 5 times faster at target acquisition than the previous model. Other companies, such as the Digital Ally Laser Ally have tried to combat laser jammers by developing proprietary anti-jamming software. Early implementation of this software was successful in 2011, however, current laser jammers are now able to defeat this technique and have rendered the gun to be as good as any of the other LIDAR guns.

LIDAR Guns in Production
The following is a listing a LIDAR guns that a currently in production. The cost of these new devices can range from $2000 to $3500. Hobbyists can sometimes find used versions at a cost of $600 to $2000.

Kustom Signals
ProLaser IV

110576


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+1 / -2 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range10 ft to 8,000 ft
Acquisition< 0.3 sec
Beam Width2.5 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140° F
Power4 AA batteries, USB Cable + Car charger adpater
I/O Data PortUSB
Laser Wavelength904nm +/- 10nm
Profile (H x W x L)9.80″ x 4.30″ x 6.30″
Weight2.5 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse Rate200 pps


ProLaser III

110577


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range10 ft to 6,000 ft
Acquisition< 0.33 sec
Beam Width3ft @ 1,000ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power9.6 V DC NiMH Battery
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm +/- 10nm
Profile (H x W x L)10.24″ x 4.25″ x 7.40″
Weight3.25 lbs with batteries
Pulse Rate200 pps


ProLite +

110578


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1ft
Range25 ft to 2,000 ft
Acquisition0.33 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 AA Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm +/- 10nm
Profile (H x W x L)1.29″ x 4.73″ x 4.87″
Weight19 oz with batteries
Pulse Rate200 pps


Laser Technology Inc.
Ultralyte LRB 20/20

110579


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.01 ft
Range50 ft to 3,280 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCHRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 C Batteries (25 hrs of continuous use)
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm
Profile (H x W x L)8.25″ x 2.75″ x 11″
Weight3.5 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse Rate125 pps


Ultralyte 100 / Ultralyte 100 LR

110580


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.01 ft
Range50 ft to 2,000 ft (non-LR)
50 ft to 3,280 ft (LR)
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 C Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm
Profile (H x W x L)8.25″ x 2.75″ x 11″
Weight3.5 lbs with batteries
Pulse Rate100 pps (non-LR)
125 pps (LR)


Ultralyte Compact

110581


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.01 ft
Range50 ft to 3,280 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 AA Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)5.75″ x 2.75″ x 6.75″
Weight2.4 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse Rate125 pps


TruSpeed / TruSpeed LR

110582


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.01 ft
Range50 ft to 2,000 ft (non-LR)
50 ft to 3,000 ft (LR)
Acquisition0.33 sec
Beam Width2.5 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 C Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)7.75″ x 3″ x 11.75″
Weight2.75 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse Rate200 pps


TruSpeed S

110583


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range50 ft to 2,000 ft
Acquisition0.33 sec
Beam Width3.5 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power1 CR 123A Battery
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)5.2″ x 4.5″ x 2.1″
Weight0.9 lbs w/ battery
Pulse Rate4,000 pps


Applied Concepts Inc.
Stalker XLR

110584

TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 299 mph
Range Accuracyless than 1 ft
Range Resolution< 1 ft
Range45 ft to 4,000+ ft
Acquisition< 0.4 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
PowerLi-ion battery handle
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)8.9″ x 4.7″ x 4.7″
Weight2.3 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse RateVariable Pulse Rate


Stalker LR

110585


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 299 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution< 1 ft
Range50 ft to 4,000 ft
Acquisition< 0.4 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power6 AA Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)9.4″ x 4.2″ x 6.8″
Weight3.9 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse Rate130 pps


Laser Atlanta
Speed Laser R

110586


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200
Range Accuracy+/- 0.5″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range50 ft to 7,000 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
PowerRechargeable NiMH Battery Handle
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm
Profile (H x W x L)7.5″ x 8.4″ x 4.5″
Weight4.2 lbs w/ battery
Pulse Rate238 pps
68 pps (“Stealth Mode”) – Ineffective proprietary marketing scheme


DragonEye Technology, LLC.
Digital Ally Laser Ally

110587


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range50 ft to 6,000 ft
Acquisition0.33 sec
Beam Width2.5 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power2 C Batteries
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)9.75″ x 6.75″ x 4.5″
Weight2.5 lbs w/ batteries
Pulse RateVariable Pulse Rate, yet ineffective technology; 185 pps in Certified Mode


Digital Ally Laser Ally Compact

110588

TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1 mph
Speed Range+/- 5 to 200 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range50 ft to 3,000 ft
Acquisition0.33 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
PowerTwo (2) AA-cell batteries
I/O Data PortMini USB
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)5.30″ x 2.25″ x 7.52″
Weight1.0 lb with batteries
Pulse RateVariable Pulse Rate; Certified at 185 pps


LIDAR Guns Not in Production
The following is a listing a LIDAR guns that are not in production; however, some municipalities and regions of the world still use these LIDAR guns due to their reliability.

Kustom Signals
ProLaser I

110589


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+1 / -2 mph
Speed Range+/- 5 to 299 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 12″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range15 ft to 4,500 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width4 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power10.8 to 16.5 V DC (car adapter)
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm +/- 10nm
Profile (H x W x L)10″ x 3.3″ x 10″
Weight4.4 lbs
Pulse Rate381 pps


ProLaser II
110590


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+1 / -2 mph
Speed Range+/- 5 to 299 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range20 ft to 2,000 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width4 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 104°F
Power10.8 to 16.5 V DC (car adapter)
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm +/- 10nm
Profile (H x W x L)10″ x 3.3″ x 11″
Weight4.4 lbs
Pulse Rate238 pps


LaserTechnology, Inc.
LTI Marksman

110591


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy
Speed Range+/- 200 mph
Range Accuracy
Range Resolution
Range30 ft to 2,500 ft
Acquisition0.3 sec
Beam Width3 ft @ 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power12V DC
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength904nm
Profile (H x W x L)
Weight
Pulse Rate


Applied Concepts Inc.
Stalker LIDAR

110592


TypeMeasurement
Speed Accuracy+/- 1mph
Speed Range+/- 299 mph
Range Accuracy+/- 6″
Range Resolution0.1 ft
Range5 ft to 4,000 ft
Acquisition0.4 sec
Beam Width3 ft to 1,000 ft
Eye SafetyCDRH Class 1
Operating Temp-22° to 140°F
Power6.4V DC (NiMH Battery Handle); 7.5V Car Adapter
I/O Data PortRS-232 Serial Port
Laser Wavelength905nm
Profile (H x W x L)9.9″ x 4.2″ x 6.0″
Weight3.8 lbs w/ battery handle
Pulse Rate130 pps
 
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Definitely! Gotten help with quite a few from the entire community, just waiting to go!

Bet it took you less than a few minuets to do that article, would have taken me days....
 
Definitely! Gotten help with quite a few from the entire community, just waiting to go!

Bet it took you less than a few minuets to do that article, would have taken me days....
With the way we have XenForo2 setup, you are able to pretty much copy and paste an article and hit post, and it'll auto import all external images and stuff into the thread, so you don't need to upload/copy/paste/do stupid crap.

Most articles will be EASILY migrated over with just a copy and paste, and maybe a few corrections to extra spacing (line breaks, etc), but it's really really easy.
 
With the way we have XenForo2 setup, you are able to pretty much copy and paste an article and hit post, and it'll auto import all external images and stuff into the thread, so you don't need to upload/copy/paste/do stupid crap.

Most articles will be EASILY migrated over with just a copy and paste, and maybe a few corrections to extra spacing (line breaks, etc), but it's really really easy.
Sounds perfect!
 
Good info and I would suggest expanding this further to include lidars used in other regions. Likewise, maybe a similar thread for portable/fixed lidar systems as well.
 
Wasn't there a spreadsheet at what time that had information on what lidar and radar guns were found in each state? I recall an Excel file that was user editable. Is that still around?
 
Wasn't there a spreadsheet at what time that had information on what lidar and radar guns were found in each state? I recall an Excel file that was user editable. Is that still around?
 
Thank you! Great source of info...hope others can contribute as well!
 

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