The latest edition to the Drivesmart family is the one of the most compact laser jammer systems developed in the UK to date. Designed with a brand new compact laser head for a higher level of discrete installation, it’s able to be mounted so it’s virtually invisible.
This latest unit is effective against ALL the UK Home Office Type Approved Laser Guns, including the latest TruSpeed from Teletraffic that were rolled out in 2011.
The unit is a fully functional laser parking sensor with the added benefit of working on the same (904NM) wavelength as police speed traps.
The ProPark system has the option of fitting up to four heads (2 front and 2 rear), a very useful feature for countries or states where you are not required to have a number plate mounted on the front or rear. In these places the police target the headlight clusters and therefore requiring two heads to cover the full width of the vehicle.
- Fully functioning, adjustable parking sensor
- Night time drive mode
- Adjustable Jamming Times
- New Additional Worldwide Jamming Software
The ParkPro performance and design makes it state of the art. The compact main sensor head is fully waterproof, sealed and constructed toughen plastic.
Up to 4 heads can be connected to a single in brain box and extra diode heads are available on their own. The install kit supplied is the most comprehensive of any system available and makes fitting of the ProPark very simple and easy. It is compatible with all laser guns / laser speed systems from anywhere in the world.
The ProPark head unit mounts at the front of the car between the slots in the grille or underneath the number plate but somewhere it can get a clear line-of-sight of the road ahead. It comes with a mounting bracket and cable to run around the engine bay to underneath the dashboard where it needs an ignition feed and earth connection to power the system up. The wiring loom then has a buzzer attached that can stay out of view under the dashboard and an audio mute cable that can be connected to your cars stereo as desired. There is a small status LED to be fitted and a toggle switch that can be mounted out of view but within arms reach for manual override of the system and a programming button but they is generally not mounted and left tucked under the dash.