K40 RLS2 Radar Detector

Overview

Advanced filtering technologies built into K40 radar detectorsK-Band Filter – An advanced, automatic filtering technology that intelligently recognizes and rejects radar-based safety features (such as adaptive cruise control or blind spot assist) in other vehicles so you can remain focused on real radar threats.

GPS Features
– The RLS2 offers you 13 Customizable settings, including GPS features such as:


GPS technologies built into K40 radar detectorsMark to Mute – Mute audible warnings of false, non-police radar locations you regularly travel past with a simple button push.
Mark to Alert – Mark dangerous intersections, speed traps, school zones and red light cameras.
Quiet Ride – Mute alerts under a pre-selected speed.  Eliminates alerts when you plan to drive near, at or below the posted speed limit.
Speed Monitor – Track your speed without taking your eyes off the road.


Traffic Sensor Filter – The RLS2 will reject alerts from traffic flow sensors usually encountered during highway driving.


Flexible Mute options – Offers multiple ways to silence alerts, including automatic volume reduction.


Dim – Adjust the intensity of the display depending on the time of day or your visual preference.


Fully Programmable Radar/Laser Alert Options – Enables you to eliminate audible and visual alerts to specific radar bands or laser.


Accessories Included – Everything you need to install the RLS2 is included: Fully-adjustable windshield mounting bracket with suction cups, a standard coiled power cord with 12V outlet adapter, and a straight power cord for a custom hardwired installation.


Voice or Tone plus Digital Display – Unique audible and visual warnings alert you to the specific police radar band targeting your vehicle as well as provide a “geiger” audio alert that accelerates as you near the threat.


Vibrant Dot Matrix Display – Great looking and easy to read, day or night. Easily adjust the brightness to suit your driving environment. Default display shows your filter setting, compass direction, and speed reading.

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