Whistler CR80 High Performance Laser-Radar Detector with Icon Display and Real Voice Alerts is designed to help eliminate false alerts from radar based traffic flow sensors. It detects Laser Atlanta Stealth mode, Laser Ally and the new LTI Truspeed S and features advanced POP Mode speed detection capabilities that respond to brief bursts of radar. The icon display with blue digital strength provides distinct visual symbols of alerts detected, modes and signal strength. Real Voice Alerts provides verbal alerts for modes selected and bands received. Three filter modes reduce false alerts caused from other radar detectors. This detector has a low emission design that is more difficult to detect by radar detector detectors (VG-2). It offers manual control of the display brightness and stores personalized settings when the unit is turned off. Whistler’s exclusive Stay Alert feature can test driver alertness on long trips, increasing safety. It has alert periscopes that provide an additional visual alert. The CR80 has X band, K band, SuperWideBand Ka and Laser protection – the only 4 bands used for speed measurement. It offers 360-degree Maxx coverage to detect from front, sides, and rear. There are 3 city modes/highway modes (City, City 1, and City 2) to reduce the annoyance of false alerts and a quiet mode to silence audio alerts. The Safety Warning System keeps driver informed of highway safety where transmitters are located and Alert Priority displays the most important signal when more than one is detected. The high gain lens provides an increased field of view, as well as a longer range of detection and the selectable vehicle battery saver allows customization of the automatic shutdown feature. This radar detector is capable of working with the optional Intellicord power cord. Over the past four decades Whistler has built a brand that stands for quality, innovation and proven performance.
- 360-Degrees of Coverage – Detects from Front, Sides and Rear
- Provides Advanced Warning with Extra Detection Range
- Low Signal Emission Makes it Difficult to Detect by VG-2