The Pocket Radar Classic model is a pocket-sized basic speed radar gun for use when measuring anything in motion for over 1 second. You decide what to measure and when to accurately monitor the speeds of vehicles, radio controlled planes/cars, runners and any other moving object from 7-375 MPH (11-600 KPH).
NOTE: NOT INTENDED FOR BALL SPORTS OR COMPATIBLE WITH APP
Product Includes: Radar, Hard-shell Case, Wrist Strap, 2 AAA alkaline batteries and Quick Start Guide
|Product Features||Traffic Advisor Radar||Classic Model Radar|
|Accurate Vehicle Speeds||✔||✔|
|Accurate Runner Speeds||✔||✔|
|Accurate Train Speeds||✔||✔|
|Accurate Cycling Speeds||✔||✔|
|IACP Certificate of Accuracy||✔|
|Factory Certificate of Accuracy||✔|
|Calibrated Tuning Fork Included||✔|
|Tuning Fork Certificate of Accuracy||✔|
|Belt Holster Case Included||✔|
|Years of Warranty||2||1|
• Accuracy: +/- 1 MPH (+/- 2 KPH)
• Speed Range: 7 to 375 MPH (11-600 KPH)
• Measurement Modes: Snapshot or Repeating(3/4 sec)
• Units of Measure: MPH, KPH, MPS, FPS
• Recall Memory: 10
• Measurement Range: ½ mile on a car
• Power Options: 2 AAA batteries
• Battery Life:
>10,000 readings - High-Drain Alkaline batteries (included)
>20,000 readings - NiMH rechargeable batteries (not included)
• Weight (without batteries): 4 ounces
• Warranty: 1 year
• UPC: 851766002018
Wanted this to see how fast my RC planes fly. Customer service confirmed it works on RC planes, so I got one. Works as advertised. Very happy with it!!
I'm driving instructor and since January European Community harmonized driving tests in all countries of Union. The Pocket Radar is very precise, it is important for me because I must take 3 measures of motorbikes on 2 different rounds with one moving away. It is very easy to use: one red button to take the speed, one black to read all speeds you took before. It is quite light to be used for hours without any pain in wrist. The Pocket Radar is a very good product.
This device has been used for forensic data gathering. It proved to be reliable over a 100 measurent data set, easy to use and substantially less expensive than traditional radar guns. I plan on using this device in the future in a forensic capacity.
The quality, simplicity, and accuracy of Pocket Radar is amazing. This might be of interest to owners of Pocket Radar. While reviewing radar calibration tuning forks I remembered I have a tone generator program on my computer. I sent some test frequencies to the Pocket Radar by holding the unit near the speaker and taking a reading. The unit read EXACTLY the speeds associated with the frequencies I have for K Band from 20 mph (1440 Hz) to 140 mph (10,083 Hz). It's a wonderful instrument.