Well, that's not much when you know the radar is moving towards you. Let's say it's traveling at 80 km/h and you're driving at 150 km/h in the opposite direction, you have 2.35 seconds to hear the alert, start braking and reach 80/90 km/h.
I never said anything about NoLimitsRandy. I even mentioned Genevo. And it was them who proposed to send me a unit for testing on our low power radars.
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Which was followed by weeks of address and information sent through Whatsapp to end up with nothing.
So the led is lit up when you send power to the actuator(s)?
I'm splitting hairs here but the ideal test would be to detect the actuator has indeed deployed (hall effect sensor, laser trigger, whatever).