The Laser Jammer Blinder Xtreme Defeats Laser Guns.
Laser Guns work on the same principle as radar guns, only the waves being transmitted are bursts of ultraviolet (invisible) light. The FCC doesn't regulate the light spectrum. That's done by the Food and Drug Administration. Laser type devices found their way into the marketplace through the medical community, hence the FDA's oversight responsibilities.
Laser guns focus a narrow beam of light down the road. The beam is so narrow that it can only target one vehicle at a time. Like a radar gun, the laser gun waits to receive a light reflection off of its target.
The operational goal of the laser jammer is to overwhelm the reflected light, causing the laser gun to register a faulty speed measurement or no measurement at all. Imagine you're shining a 20-watt flashlight at my car and hoping to catch a reflection off my license plate but instead of the reflection, I shine a 500-watt light back at you. You'll be blinded. That's the principle of the laser jammers and scramblers."
Laser jammers and scramblers -- essentially one in the same -- are triggered into action by a laser detector (either built-in to the jammer or a stand-alone unit that's hard-wired to the laser jammer). Once activated, the laser jammer illuminates small banks of light emitting diodes (LEDs) or laser diodes. When these come on, "It's like the officer has aimed his laser gun at the sun; it can't see anything," said Reyer. In other words, a high-quality laser scrambler such as the Shifter ZR4 by Escort actually works.
While radar jammers are illegal in all 50 states due to federal law, laser jammers/scramblers are regulated by states. Currently, these devices are legal in all states except California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington D.C.
We did research the relevant federal laws pertaining to laser jammers. The regulatory focus is on light strength, whether the UV light is strong enough to cause damage to the eyes. Manufacturers of laser scramblers sold in the US produce devices that meet FDA regulations. This is important because current laser guns must be aimed directly at individual vehicles to function. Officers do the aiming, and would obviously be susceptible to eye damage from looking toward bright LEDs or laser diodes aimed back at them.
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This was taken from an article by Radar Roy.
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