Safety & Accident

Kustom Signals Introduces New Raptor RP-1

April 13, 2009 - Press Release

LENEXA, KS – The new Raptor RP-1 for motorcycles from Kustom Signals is the smallest moving radar on the market, with a waterproof display and counting unit that is only 2.6" x 1.5" x 4.1". 

Complete enforcement control is available from the display, which features graphical type LCD with full alpha-numeric messages.  Single or dual directional K-Band antennas are thin and also waterproof. 

The Raptor for motorcycles is small in energy consumption, too — using only 57 percent of the power required from similar systems.

The Raptor RP-1 features DuraTrak, a new patent-pending technology, which incorporates a signal duration tracking algorithm that tracks multiple targets and graphically displays tracking history for strongest and fastest targets.

The Raptor for motorcycles comes with a specially designed thumb remote for the handlebar, allowing ease of operation on the road.  Mounting kits are available for the BMW R1200, Harley Road King, Harley Electra Glide and Honda ST1300.

Established in 1965, Kustom Signals Inc., a Public Safety Equipment Company, designs and manufactures a complete line of speed enforcement, speed awareness, and in-car video systems for law enforcement agencies. 

More information on Kustom Signals, Inc. is available at www.kustomsignals.com.

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