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As a radar detector, it receives signals from everywhere...Hospitals, automatic door openers, and microwaves and in most cases these are filtered to provide you a detection of a police speed enforcement radar. These particular detectors also detect laser light. In all cases, it is merely a receiver of a signal sent. This is why a number of people have positioned their defense of use of a radar detector as simply receiving a signal under the freedom of speech aspect of the Bill of rights. The actual function is a detection of a particular light wave and a triggering to a sound or light alert.
Uniden has been out of the radar detector business for some time now. I would strongly suggest getting a different radar detector instead of using this older model since newer radar detector models generally have far better performance -- especially for detecting Ka band radar.
Anyway, Uniden's web site does not list an instruction manual for this particular radar detector model. Yet, take a look at the instruction manual for the most similarly numbered product model shown in the following link:
I do have an LRD 2000 without car charger. Where can I find it in Auckland. Is it US powered compatible or New Zealand one which is 220-240 watts.
Pl advise. My email is Singhg3@anz.com
Its sounds Like there is a Generating source near you,Do you generally leave at the same time every morning,Is there a Micro wave running in a apt near you did they put up a New lite.With Radar Enhanced Beaming to Stop Speeders,Could be alot of things,Look around be fore you Leave ttech