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ENHANCED DUAL DSR SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications
Type:
Operating Frequency:
Stability:
Power Requirements:
(With 2 Antennas)
Total Power Consumption:
Environmental:
Display:
Mechanical:
Approved
Dual Antenna Direction Sensing Moving/Stationary Doppler Radar
33.4 GHz - 36.0 GHz (Ka-Band)
±100 MHz (Ka-Band)
10.0 to 16.4 VDC. (currents are typical at 13.6 VDC):
XMIT with all displays on: 1.28A
XMIT with all displays off: 1.08A
XMIT with moving target: 1.15A
XMIT with no target: 1.11A
Standby with no target: .8A
1.28 A
-30° to +70° C, 90% Relative Humidity Operating
-40° to +85° C, non-operating
Triple (red, green, amber) 3-digit Light Emitting Diode (LED) for target, lock, and patrol, plus LED icons
Display Unit
Weight - 0.5 lb.
Size - 1.65" Height, 1.05" Depth, and 5.50" Width
Counting unit
Weight - 1.6 lbs.
Size - 1.65" Height, 3.90" Depth, and 5.50" Width
Antenna
Weight - 1.4 lbs.
Size - 2.50" Dia. X 4.75" Length
Remote
Accuracy:
Automatic Self-Test:
Stationary Speed Range:
Moving Speed Range:
Weight - 0.4 lb.
Size - 1.00" Height, 6.20" Length, and 2.25" Width
+1, -2 mph stationary, ±2 mph moving
+2 / –3 km/h stationary, ±3 km/h moving
Performed every 10 minutes
12 mph to 200 mph Standard or 2 mph to 200 mph (set-up menu selectable)
Stationary Fastest Speed - Same speed range as stationary speed
Patrol speed – Once acquired, will track to 150 mph. Acquistion speed is selectable with P.S. 5/20 key.
5 in patrol window for patrol speed acquistion speeds of 5 to 90 mph;
10 in patrol window for patrol speed acquistion speeds of 10 to 90 mph;
20 in patrol window for patrol speed acquistion speeds of 20 to 90 mph
Opposite lane target speed – 200 mph Max closing
For 5 mph patrol speed: 20 mph to 195 mph; For 70 mph patrol speed: 35 mph to 130 mph.
Opposite lane Fastest Speed – Same speed range as opposite lane speed
Same lane target speed – Related to patrol speed: ±70% of patrol speed within 5 mph of patrol speed. For 50
mph patrol speed: 15 → 45 mph and 55 → 85 mph.
Same lane patrol speed must be greater than 15 mph
Microwave Specifications
Antenna:
Antenna gain:
Polarization:
3 db Beam width:
Microwave Source:
Antenna Receiver Type:
Power Output:
Power Density:
Conical horn with corrective lens
22 db
Circular
12° ±1º
Gunn-Effect diode
Two Direct Conversion Homodyne receivers using four low-noise Schottky barrier mixer diodes
10 mW minimum
25 mW nominal
50 mW maximum
Radiated Output Power, 1.0 db. (Radiated output power does not change more than +/- 1.5 db when the
source power changes +/- 20%.)
2 mW/cm2 maximum at 5 cm from lens
Display Messages
PASS:
PASS spelled out in display with a 4-beep “happy” tone indicates the unit has just passed self-test.
FAIL:
FAIL spelled out in display with a 15-beep tone indicates a circuit malfunction has been detected, in which
case speed readings are inhibited. Remove the unit from service and repair. FAIL will remain on the display
until reset by being powered off.
Applied Concepts, Inc.
Tel: 972-398-3780
2609 Technology Drive
Fax: 972-398-3781
Plano, TX. 75074
www.stalkerradar.com
Toll Free: 1-800-STALKER
006-0433-00 Rev A
[ ], SC, SA, or S_:
Indicates the radar mode of operation in the patrol speed window. [ ] or a speed display in the patrol window
indicates moving mode radar operation. SC indicates stationary operation with display of closing targets
only. SA indicates stationary operation with display of targets proceeding away from the radar unit. S_ is a
mode for stationary operation which allows the display of targets in both directions.
SEn 1, SEn 2, SEn 3
or SEn 4:
SEn 1 thru SEn 4 is used to indicate the current range (sensitivity) setting . SEn 1 is minimum; SEn 4 is
maximum. Opposite lane sensitivity is independent of same lane sensitivity. They are separately set.
5 or 20:
5, 10, or 20 spelled out in the patrol window indicates the low-end patrol speed is set to either 5 mph, 10
mph, or 20 mph
Aud 0 thru Aud 4 spelled out on the display unit indicates the current speaker volume setting. Aud 0 is
off; Aud 4 is loudest.
These symbols are spelled out in the Patrol Speed display during the time that the audio number (Aud 3) is
shown in the Target and Lock displays. The b number indicates the beep volume and is accessed by using
the P.S. BLANK key.
These symbols are spelled out in the Patrol Speed display during the time that the audio number (Aud 3) is
shown in the Target and Lock displays. The u number, when displayed, indicates the state of the voice
volume and is accessed by using the SQL key.
Aud 0, Aud 1, Aud 2,
Aud 3, or Aud 4:
b 0, b 1, b 2, or b 3:
U 0, u 1, u 2, or u 3
bri 1, bri 2 bri 3, bri 4,
bri 5, or bri 6:
Hot:
Used to indicate display brightness. bri 1 is the dimmest; bri 6 is the brightest.
rFI:
rFI is displayed in the Target window indicating the presence of an interfering signal. Operation
is inhibited during an rFI indication.
U Lo is displayed in the Target window when the input voltage falls below approximately 8 volts.
Operation is inhibited, but normal operation will resume automatically when the input voltage is
restored to a normal voltage (>9.0 volts).
Ulo:
The display flashes Hot and powers down when the internal temperature exceeds specifications.
Automatically resumes operating when the temperature drops.
Remote Control Functions
STRONG LOCK/REL
The STRONG LOCK/REL key alternates between the lock and the release functions for the strong target.
LOCK is used to transfer the contents of the target window to the lock window. REL clears the locked
contents of the lock window and the patrol window. During lock, the patrol window will lock the present
patrol speed and the LOCK icon will light. The target window and Doppler audio remain active after lock.
ANT:
Used to switch between the front and rear antenna. The FRONT or REAR icon will light. A 1-beep tone
corresponds to the front antenna while a 2-beep tone corresponds to the rear antenna. The counting unit can
sense the presence or absence of either antenna.
XMIT/HOLD:
Toggles between xmit and hold (standby). The XMIT icon will light.
Sequences between Moving mode and three stationary modes of operation: targets closing only, targets
away only and targets in either direction.
MOV/STA:
SAME/OPP:
The SAME/OPP key is used to alternate between same lane moving mode and opposite lane moving mode.
The SAME icon toggles on and off to indicate same lane mode.
FAST LOCK/REL
The FAST LOCK/REL key alternates between the lock and the release functions for the fast target.
LOCK is used to lock the contents of the fast window and REL clears the locked contents of the fast
window. During fast lock, both the FAST icon and the LOCK icon will light and the patrol window will
lock the present patrol speed. The target window and Doppler audio remain active after locking.
Toggles the unit from radar mode to stopwatch mode and back again.
STOPWATCH MODE:
S/S:
100:
10:
1:
SEn:
SQL:
PS 5/20:
SELF TEST:
Applied Concepts, Inc.
Tel: 972-398-3780
In Stopwatch Mode, the S/S (or START/STOP) key is used to start and stop the electronic timing of the
target vehicle as it enters and exits the speed measurement zone.
In stopwatch mode, this key can be used to change the timing distance in 100 yard increments.
In stopwatch mode, this key can be used to change the timing distance in 10 yard increments.
In stopwatch mode, this key can be used to change the timing distance in 1 yard increments.
Used to adjust the range (sensitivity) at any time. Maximum sensitivity is SEn 4; minimum sensitivity is
SEn 1. Opposite lane sensitivity is independent of same lane sensitivity. They are separately set.
The SQL key toggles the squelch override off and on. In the normal (off) position, audio will only be heard
when a target is being tracked. When the Doppler audio menu is displayed, this key can be used to change
the voice volume.
Used to select a low-end patrol speed of either 5 mph, 10 mph, or 20 mph. For example:
5 in patrol window for patrol speed acquisition of 5 to 90 mph
10 in patrol window for patrol speed acquistion speeds of 10 to 90 mph;
20 in patrol window for patrol speed acquisition of 20 to 90 mph
In radar operation, performs a complete self-test on display/counting unit and the selected antenna. The
display unit shows speeds of 10, 35, and 65; temperature inside the display/counting unit in °F (e.g., 110
2609 Technology Drive
Fax: 972-398-3781
Plano, TX. 75074
www.stalkerradar.com
Toll Free: 1-800-STALKER
006-0433-00 Rev A
°F); and input battery voltage (e.g., bAt 13.8); followed by "PASS" and a 4-beep “happy” tone or “FAIL”
and a 15-beep tone. At the end of a successful test, the FORK icon is lit on the display to allow a
measurement of non-directional speeds such as that produced by a tuning fork.
P.S. BLANK:
Used to adjust the volume of the Doppler audio up or down. Aud 0 is off; Aud 4 is loudest.
In radar operation, this is a three function key. Used to re-acquire patrol speed. Also, blanks the patrol
speed after a target speed and patrol speed are locked. Pressing the P.S. Blank key again restores the
blanked speed. When the Doppler audio menu is displayed, this key can is used to change the beep volume.
key activates the keyboard backlight for six (6) seconds.
Dual function key. A single depression of the
key activates the display brightness control. Additional depressions of the
Two rapid depressions of the
key toggles the display unit's brightness from bri 1 (low) to bri 6 (high).
Applied Concepts, Inc.
Tel: 972-398-3780
2609 Technology Drive
Fax: 972-398-3781
Plano, TX. 75074
www.stalkerradar.com
Toll Free: 1-800-STALKER
006-0433-00 Rev A
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