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|Iraqnewsadam||7:04am on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010|
|police had a bitt of trouble with the first one but they were quick to exchange it it is still hard to tell how accurate it is and how far away it le... Beltronics V940 This is the lower priced Beltronics radar detector so it does not have a lot of bells and whistles. It does however.|
|thingkcp||8:51pm on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|Still Have "Safe Drivers License" Have had this series for more than 2 years. Very long range1/2 Mile in Fl.|
|darkrick||6:05pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|This product has saved me numerous time! Great buy! Clear Alert, Durable, Easy To Mount, Good Sensitivity, Neat Features or Extras, Versatile Its like a dream for the city but not on the highway. Clear Alert, Durable, Easy To Mount, Good Sensitivity HIghway isnt good|
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NELTRONICS HEAD OFFICE P.O Box 1469 Subiaco WA 6008 Tel: +Fax: +NELTRONICS NEW ZEALAND Private Bag MBE P152, Auckland, New Zealand Tel: +Fax: +2007 NELTRONICS Designed and Manufactured in Canada Feature, specifications and prices subject to change without notice. Model: XR70
The Bel XR70 is one of the most advanced Radar Safety Detectors ever designed by Beltronics. The Bel XR70 includes: Full K, Superwide Ka & Ku radar capability Safety Warning System Front & rear laster detection Varactor-tuned (VTO) microwave receiver Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for superior range and reduced false alarms Patented mute and AutoMute Audible and visual band alerts and all the performance you'd expect from Beltronics. In addition, the Bel XR70 introduces the following revolutionary features: Varactor-tuned receiver provides long-range protection against all radar threats New easy-to-use Programming lets you customize up to 7 features New AutoScan mode intelligently reduces unwanted false alarms, plus Highway and City settings Ultra-bright text-display provides easy to read information from any angle New Tech Display provides actual numeric radar frequency for any radar signal New Programmable Bands (on/off), including Ku-band for European travel. Detects and decodes Safety Warning System messages If this is your first Radar Safety Detector, please read the manual in detail to get the most out of your XR70s outstanding performance and innovative features. Please Stay Alert Dont Speed Drive Safely
Quick Reference Card
Remove card along perforations
There are 7 user-selectable options so you can customize your XR70 for your own preferences. The buttons labeled CITY and BRT are also used to enter the Program Mode, REVIEW your current program settings, and to CHANGE any settings as desired. The words PROGRAM, RVW and CHG are located on the top of the detector, and are highlighted in graphics.
An example Here is how you would turn XR70s AutoMute feature off. 1 Enter the Program Mode by holding both the CITY and BRT buttons down for 2 seconds. XR70 will beep twice and display Program. 2 Then hold the RVW button down. XR70 will scroll through the categories, starting with Display ( Pilot), then Voice ( Voice), then Power-On sequence ( Pwr0n), then Signal Strength Meter (Meter), and then AutoMute (aMute). 3 Release the RVW button when XR70 shows the AutoMute item. Since the factory setting is for AutoMute to be on, XR70 will display aMute 0N. (If you accidentally dont release the Review button in time, and XR70 goes to the next category, hold the RVW button down again, and after XR70 scrolls through all categories, it will begin again at the top of the list.) 4 Press the CHG button to change from aMute 0N to aMute 0FF. 5 To complete the Programming, simply wait 8 seconds without pressing any button. The XR70 will display Complete, beep 4 times, and return to normal operation.
How to use Programming
1 To enter Program Mode, press and hold
both CITY and BRT buttons down for 2 seconds. (The unit will beep twice, and will display the word Program).
2 Then press the RVW button to review the current settings. (You can either tap the button to change from item to item, or hold the button to scroll through the items). 3 Press the CHG button to change any setting. (You can either tap the button to change from setting to setting, or hold the button to scroll through all the options). 4 To leave Program Mode, simply wait 8 seconds without pressing any button. (The unit will display Complete, beep, and return to normal operation).
Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users FCC granted authority to operate the equipment.
Factory Default Settings
To reset XR70 to its original factory settings, press and hold the CITY and BRT buttons while turning the power on. XR70s display will provide a Reset message, accompanied by an audible alert,
acknowledging the reset.
Table of Contents
Quick Reference Guide 4-6-7 7
How to use Programming Example of Programming Overview of Programming Details of Programming
Insert XR70s adjustable Windshield mount into this slot. Page 7
Radar Antenna and Laser Lens
The rear panel of your XR70 should have a clear view of the road ahead. For best performance, do not mount XR70 directly behind windshield wipers or tinted areas. Page 6
Rear Laser Port
Receives laser signals from behind the vehicle.
Press the button, and slide the Windshield mount into one of its four locking positions. Page 7
Accepts standard mono 3.5mm earphone.
Press to adjust display brightness. There are three brightness settings, plus Dark Mode. In the Dark Mode, the power-on indication will be changed to a AD, HD, or CD (indicating AutoScan, Dark, Highway Dark, or City Dark). In the Dark Mode, XR70s meter will not display during an alert, only the audio will alert you. Page 9
Switches between AutoScan, City and Highway, settings. In general, we recommend Highway. Page 9
Press the PWR button to turn the XR70 on or off.
Press and hold the Volume/Mute button to adjust the alert volume level. Page 8
Power Jack Alphanumeric Matrix Display
XR70s display will show Highway, AutoScan, or City as its power-on indication. If you prefer, you can choose other power-on indications. Page 12-14 During an alert, the display will indicate radar band, and a precise bar graph of signal strength. Page 11 Note: In the Dark Mode the display will not light during an alert. Page 9 Plug the power cord into this connector. Page 6
Please read the manual to fully understand XR70s operation and features.
XR70s patented AutoMute automatically reduces the volume level of the audio alert after a brief period. If you prefer, you can turn AutoMute off. Page 8
Briefly press this button (above the display) to silence the audio for a specific alert. (The audio will alert you to the next encounter.) Page 8
XR70 is ready to go, just plug it in and turn it on. But you can also easily change 7 features for your preferences. Page 12-16
To power XR70, plug the small end of the SmartPlug, (telephone-type connector) into the modular jack on XR70's right side, and plug the lighter plug adapter into your vehicle's lighter socket or accessory socket. XR70 operates on 12 volts DC negative ground only. The lighter plug provided is a standard size and will work in most vehicles. Of course, your lighter socket must be clean and properly connected for proper operation. Note: Depending on your vehicle, the lighter socket power may either be continuously on, or it may be switched on and off with your ignition switch. Optional power cords See the Accessories section for details on our optional Direct-wire SmartPlug.
WARNING: BELTRONICS cannot anticipate the many ways the XR70 can be mounted. It is important that you mount XR70 where it will not impair your view nor present a hazard in case of an accident. Where to mount XR70 For optimum detection performance, we recommend the following: Mount XR70 away from windshield wipers, other solid objects, and heavily tinted areas that might obstruct the radar antenna or laser lens. The XR70 can also be used with the optional under cover sunvisor holder. Page 29.
XR70s QuickMount bracket is designed for unobtrusive and hassle-free mounting. 1 Depress the QuickMount button on the top of XR70 (by the word BELTRONICS) and slide the QuickMount bracket into the slot until it is locked into the position which best fits the angle of your windshield (there are four settings available). For extremely horizontal or extremely sloped windshields, the QuickMount bracket can be bent. To ensure that the suction cups adhere to the windshield firmly, be sure to keep both your windshield and the suction cups clean. 2 To adjust XR70 on your windshield, use the QuickMount adjustment button located on the top of the XR70, and slide XR70 forward or backward to obtain a level horizontal position. When installed and adjusted properly, the back top edge of the XR70 should rest solidly against your windshield.
Caution! A few vehicles (including some Porsches) have windshields with a soft anti-lacerative coating on the inside surface. Use of suction cups will permanently mar this coating. Consult your dealership or the vehicle owners manual to determine if your windshield has this coating. Templates! Excessive heat (over 60o C) can damage your Safety Detector. Do not leave it on the dash or windscreen, in direct sunlight, or in a unventilated vehicle when not in use.
Users Tip You can leave the QuickMount bracket in place on your windshield, and easily remove the XR70 by pressing the adjustment button and sliding XR70 off the mount. Again, be sure to position the bracket where it wont present a hazard in the event of an accident. Additional mounts are available.
To turn XR70 on or off, press the PWR button located on the top. When you turn XR70 on, it goes through a sequence of alerts. If you prefer, you may program your XR70 for a shorter power-on sequence. See the Programming section for details.
The XR70 provides digital voice announcements of radar and laser bands detected. As Safety Radar (SWS) is turned on, a safety radar message will also be announced. See the Programming section for details. If you prefer, you can select turn Voice Alerts off. See the Programming section for details.
Highway / AutoScan / City Button
The City button selects XR70s sensitivity mode. We recommend the Highway mode for most driving. Highway Mode maintains full sensitivity on all selected bands. Giving the greatest range. AutoScan mode provides long-range warning, with minimum false alarms. In this mode, XR70s internal computer continuously analyzes all incoming signals and intelligently filters out false alarms. City Mode only affects X band enabled detectors, so is therefore redundant on the XR70.
XR70s BRT button selects the brightness of XR70s display. There are four settings: Maximum, Medium, Minimum, and Dark. Press the BRT button to select your preferred brightness. If you prefer, you can have XR70 always turn on at a specific brightness. See the Programming section for details.
Press and hold the Volume/Mute button located on the top case to adjust the XR70s alert volume level. The audio will ramp up and down, accompanied by a bar-graph on the display. Once youve reached your preferred audio level, simply release the button.
Your XR70 has our patented AutoMute feature. After XR70 alerts you to a radar encounter at the volume you have selected, the AutoMute feature will automatically reduce the volume to a lower level. This keeps you informed without the annoyance of a continuous full-volume alert. If you prefer, you can turn the AutoMute feature off. See the Programming section for details.
When you select the Dark mode with the BRT switch, XR70 changes to a very inconspicuous power-on indication: a very Dim AD, HD, or CD. (In this display, the A, H, or C indicates Auto, Highway, or City, and the D indicates Dark.) When XR70 is in the Dark mode, the display will not show visual alerts when XR70 detects signals. Only the audible alert will tell you of detected signals. If you prefer, you can have XR70s display totally dark (see the Programming section).
Power-on indication o
After XR70s start-up sequence is complete, the alphanumeric display will show Highway, AutoScan, or City to indicate which sensitivity mode is selected. If you prefer, you can select alternate power-on displays. See the Programming section for details.
The Mute button, located on XR70s top case, allows you to silence the audio alert during a radar encounter. To mute the audio for a single specific signal, briefly press the Mute button. After that radar encounter has passed, the mute will automatically reset and the audio will alert you to the next encounter.
For Radar signals: XR70 uses a Geiger-counter-like sound to indicate the signal strength and type of radar signal being encountered. When you encounter radar, a distinct audible alert will sound and occur faster as the signal gets stronger. This allows you to judge the distance from the signal source without taking your eyes from the road. Each band has a distinct tone for easy identification. K-band = buzzing Ka-band = double-chirp Ku-band = high pitched buzzing For Laser signals: Since laser is a possible threat no matter how weak, the XR70 alerts you to these bands at full strength. For Safety signals: XR70 will alert you to these signals with a double-beep tone, and a corresponding text message. A complete listing of the text messages is on page 23.
XR70's power jack uses a telephone-type connector. This new 6-pin connector only works with the included coiled SmartPlug, or the optional Direct-wire SmartPlug. The coiled SmartPlug is a special power cord that has a power-on indicator (which only lights up when the XR70 is turned on), a bright alert light that warns of radar or laser, and a convenient mute button right on the plug. It's perfect for any car where reaching the detector's mute button on the windshield is a stretch. For discreet night driving, put XR70 in the Dark mode, and use the SmartPlug for your visual alerts. Other drivers won't know you have a detector. An optional Direct-wire SmartPlug is also available. This version includes a small display module, which can be wired directly into your electrical system, with a 3 metre straight cord to route to your XR70.
Signal Strength Meter
XR70s alphanumeric display consists of 280 individual LEDs, to provide an intuitive ultra-bright display of signal strength and text messages. XR70s standard bar-graph signal strength meter only displays information on a single radar signal. If there are multiple signals present, XR70s internal computer determines which is the most important threat to show on the bar-graph meter. When XR70 detects radar, it displays the band (K, or Ka), and a precise bar-graph of the signal strength. When XR70 detects a laser signal, the display will show LASER. NOTE: If you are operating XR70 in the Dark mode, the display will not light when a signal is detected, only the audio will be heard.
Bel XR70s new Tech Display option is for the experienced detector user. In this mode, XR70 will display the actual numeric frequency of the radar signal being received.
Tech Display shows one K-band signal at 24.150 gigahertz.
There are 7 user-selectable options so you can customize your XR70 for your own preferences. The buttons labeled CITY and BRT are also used to enter the Program Mode, REVIEW your current program settings, and to CHANGE any settings as desired. The words PGM, RVW, and CHG are located on the top of the detector, and are highlighted in colored graphics. Pages 14-16 explain each option in more detail. 1 To enter Program Mode, press and hold both the CITY and BRT buttons down for 2 seconds. (The unit will beep twice, and will display the word Program). 2 Then press the RVW button to review the current settings. (You can either tap the button to change from item to item, or hold the button to scroll through the items). 3 Press the CHG button to change any setting. (You can either tap the button to change from setting to setting, or hold the button to scroll through all the options). 4 To leave the Program Mode, simply wait 8 seconds without pressing any button, or press the PWR button. (The unit will display Complete, beep 4 times, and return to normal operation).
Overview of Programming
An example Here is how you would turn XR70s AutoMute feature off. 1 Enter the Program Mode by holding both the CITY and BRT buttons down for 2 seconds. XR70 will beep twice and display Program. 2 Then hold the RVW button down. XR70 will scroll through the categories, starting with Pilot ( Pilot), Voice ( Voice), Power-on sequence ( Pwr0n), Signal strength meter ( Meter), and then AutoMute (aMute). 3 Release the RVW button when XR70 shows the AutoMute item. Since the factory setting is for AutoMute to be on, XR70 will display aMute 0n. (If you accidentally dont release the RVW button in time, and XR70 goes to the next category, hold the RVW button down again, and after XR70 scrolls through all categories, it will begin again at the top of the list.) 4 Press the CHG button to change from aMute 0n to aMute 0FF. 5 To complete the Programming, simply wait 8 seconds without pressing any button, or press the PWR button. The XR70 will display Complete, beep 4 times, and return to normal operation.
Press the REVIEW button to go from one category to the next
PILOT (Power-on indication) VOICE POWER-ON SEQUENCE SIGNAL STRENGTH METER AUTOMUTE CITY MODE SENSITIVITY
Press the CHANGE button to change your setting within a category
*Full word: Highway or AutoScan or City Letter: H or A or C Vehicle voltage *Voice alerts on Voice alerts off *Standard power-on sequence Fast power-on sequence *Standard signal strength meter Tech Display *AutoMute on AutoMute off *Standard City mode sensitivity No X band in XR70 No X band in XR70 *All bands enabled One or more bands are disabled
To reset XR70 to its original factory settings, press and hold the CITY and BRT buttons while turning the power on. XR70s display will provide a Reset message, accompanied by an audible alert, acknowledging the reset. 13
Turn bands ON or OFF by pressing the VOLUME/MUTE button
K Ka P0P Ku LSR SWS 0N 0N 0N 0N 0N 0N or or or or or or 0FF 0FF 0FF 0FF 0FF 0FF
Details of Programming
Pilot (Power-on indication) o
Note: When you are using the Dark mode, the display will only show HD, AD, or CD, (Highway-Dark, AutoScan-Dark, or CityDark). Pilot Hwy (Full description) In this setting, XR70 will display Highway, City, or AutoScan as its power-on indication. (factory default) Pilot H(Letter) In this setting, XR70 will display H for Highway, C for City, and A for AutoScan. Pilot V (Vehicle voltage) In this setting, XR70 will continually display H for Highway, C for City, and A for AutoScan, and the vehicles voltage. If the vehicles voltage drops below 10.5 volts, a low voltage warning is displayed, followed by an audible alert. A high voltage warning is also given if the voltage goes above 16.0 volts. The high-voltage warning is also followed by an audible alert. Voice 0n (Voice announcements on) In this setting, all radar, laser, and SWS messages (if programmed) will be announced using a digital voice. Voice 0ff (Voice announcements off) In this setting, only the distinct audio tone will be heard when a radar, Laser, or SWS message is detected. Pwr0nSTD (Standard) In this setting, each time you turn on XR70, it will display "Laser," "Ka-band," "K-band," "X-band" followed by a brief alert. If any bands have been changed from the factory default settings, a double tone and corresponding message (i.e. K OFF), will alert you that one or more bands have been changed. Pwr0nFST(Fast power-on) In this setting, XR70 will provide a single tone. If any bands have been changed from the factory default settings, a double tone and corresponding message (i.e. K OFF), will alert you that one or more bands have been changed.
Although the XR70 has a comprehensive warning system and this handbook is as complete as we can make it, only experience will teach you what to expect from your XR70 and how to interpret what it tells you. The specific type of radar being used, the type of transmission (continuous or instant-on) and the location of the radar source affect the radar alerts you receive. The following examples will give you an introduction to understanding the XR70s warning system for radar, laser and safety alerts.
XR70 alerts slowly for a while and then abruptly jumps to a strong alert. XR70 alerts intermittently. Rate and strength of alerts may be inconsistent or vary wildly.
You are approaching a radar unit concealed by a hill or an obstructed curve. A patrol car is traveling in front of you with a radar source aimed forward. Because signals are sometimes reflected off of large objects and sometimes not, the alerts may seem inconsistent. A patrol car is approaching from the other direction, sampling traffic with instant-on radar. Such alerts should be taken seriously. You are driving through an area populated with radar motion sensors (door openers, etc.). Since these transmitters are usually contained inside buildings or aimed toward OR away from you, they are typically not as strong or lasting as a real radar encounter. CAUTION: Since the characteristics of these alerts may be similar to some of the preceding examples, overconfidence in an unfamiliar area can be dangerous. Likewise, if an alert in a commonly traveled area is suddenly stronger or on a different band than usual, speed radar may be set up nearby.
The XR70 begins to sound slowly, then the rate of alert increases. The Signal Meter ramps accordingly. XR70 emits short alerts for a few seconds and then falls silent only to briefly alert and fall silent again. XR70 suddenly sounds a continuous tone for the appropriate band received. All segments in the Signal Strength Meter are lit. A brief laser alert.
You are approaching a continuous radar source aimed in your direction. An instant-on radar source is being used ahead of you and out of your view. An instant-on radar source or laser source is being used nearby. This kind of alert requires immediate attention! Laser is being used in the area. Because laser is inherently difficult to detect, any laser alert may indicate a source very close by. A moving patrol car with continuous radar is overtaking you from behind. Because these signals are reflected (reflections are increased by large objects), they may or may not eventually melt into a solid point even when the patrol car is directly behind you.
XR70 alerts intermittently. Rate and strength of signal increases with each alert. XR70 gives an K-band alert intermittently.
XR70 receives weak signals. These signals may be a little stronger as you pass large, roadside objects. The signals increase in frequency.
How Radar Works
Traffic radar, which consists of microwaves, travels in straight lines and is easily reflected by objects such as cars, trucks, even guardrails and overpasses. Radar works by directing its microwave beam down the road. As your vehicle travels into range, the microwave beam bounces off your car, and the radar antenna looks for the reflections. Using the Doppler Principle, the radar equipment then calculates your speed by comparing the frequency of the reflection of your car to the original frequency of the beam sent out. Traffic radar has limitations, the most significant of these being that it typically can monitor only one target at a time. If there is more than one vehicle within range, it is up to the radar operator to decide which target is producing the strongest reflection. Since the strength of the reflection is affected by both the size of the vehicle and its proximity to the antenna, it is difficult for the radar operator to determine if the signal is from a sports car nearby or a semi-truck several hundred feet away. Radar range also depends on the power of the radar equipment itself. The strength of the radar units beam diminishes with distance. The farther the radar has to travel, the less energy it has for speed detection. Because intrusion alarms and motion sensors often operate on the same frequency as radar, your XR70 will occasionally receive non-police radar signals. Since these transmitters are usually contained inside of a building, or aimed toward the ground, they will generally produce much weaker readings than will a true radar encounter. As you become familiar with the sources of these pseudo alarms in your daily driving, they will serve as confirmation that your XR70s radar detection abilities are fully operational.
How Laser (Lidar) Works
Laser speed detection is actually LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging). LIDAR guns project a beam of invisible infrared light. The signal is a series of very short infrared light energy pulses, which move, in a straight line, reflecting off your car and returning to the gun. LIDAR uses these light pulses to measure the distance to a vehicle. Speed is then calculated by measuring how quickly these pulses are reflected given the known speed of light. LIDAR (or laser) is a newer technology and is not as widespread as conventional radar, therefore, you may not encounter laser on a daily basis. And unlike radar detection, laser detection is not prone to false alarms. Because LIDAR transmits a much narrower beam than radar, it is much more accurate in its ability to distinguish between targets and is also more difficult to detect. AS A RESULT, EVEN THE BRIEFEST LASER ALERT SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY.
There are limitations to LIDAR equipment. LIDAR is much more sensitive to weather conditions than RADAR, and a LIDAR guns range will be decreased by anything affecting visibility such as rain, fog, or smoke. A LIDAR gun cannot operate through glass and it must be stationary in order to get an accurate reading. Because LIDAR must have a clear line of sight and is subject to cosine error (an inaccuracy, which increases as the angle between the gun and the vehicle, increases) police typically use LIDAR equipment parallel to the road or from an overpass. LIDAR can be used day or night.
How Safety Radar Works
Safety Warning System, or SWS, uses a modified K-band radar signal. The SWS safety radar system has 64 possible messages (60 currently allocated). The SWS messages your XR70 can display are listed on the facing page. From the factory, your XR70 is programmed with SWS decoding ON. If SWS is used in your area, your XR70 will display the safety messages associated with the signal. NOTE: Some of the safety messages have been condensed, so that each message can be displayed on one or two screens on XR70s eight-character display. Since Safety radar technology is relatively new, and the number of transmitters in operation is not yet widespread, you will not receive Safety signals on a daily basis. Do not be surprised if you encounter emergency vehicles, road hazards and railroad crossings that are unequipped with these transmitters. As Safety transmitters become more prevalent (the number of operating transmitters is growing every day), these Safety radar signals will become more common. Highway Construction or Maintenance
Work Zone Ahead Road Closed Ahead/Follow Detour Bridge Closed Ahead/Follow Detour Highway Work Crews Ahead Utility Work Crews Ahead All Traffic Follow Detour Ahead All Trucks Follow Detour Ahead All Traffic Exit Ahead Right Lane Closed Ahead Center Lane Closed Ahead Left Lane Closed Ahead For future use Stationary Police Vehicle Ahead Train Approaching/At Crossing Low Overpass Ahead Drawbridge Up Observe Drawbridge Weight Limit Rock Slide Area Ahead School Zone Ahead Road Narrows Ahead Sharp Curve Ahead Pedestrian Crossing Ahead Deer/Moose Crossing Blind/Deaf Child Area Steep Grade Ahead/Truck Use Low Gear Accident Ahead Poor Road Surface Ahead School Bus Loading/Unloading No Passing Zone Dangerous Intersection Ahead Stationary Emergency Vehicle Ahead For future use
SWS Text Messages
Weather Related Hazards
High Wind Ahead Severe Weather Ahead Heavy Fog Ahead High Water/Flooding Ahead Ice On Bridge Ahead Ice On Road Ahead Blowing Dust Ahead Blowing Sand Ahead Blinding Snow Whiteout Ahead For future use Rest Area Ahead Rest Area With Service Ahead 24 Hour Fuel Service Ahead Inspection Station Open Inspection Station Closed Reduced Speed Area Ahead Speed Limit Enforced Hazardous Materials Exit Ahead Congestion Ahead/Expect Delay Expect 10 Minute Delay Expect 20 Minute Delay Expect 30 Minute Delay Expect 1 Hour Delay Traffic Alert/Tune AM Radio Pay Toll Ahead Trucks Exit Right Trucks Exit Left For future use Emergency Vehicle In Transit Police In Pursuit Oversize Vehicle In Transit Slow Moving Vehicle
Highway Hazard Zone Advisory
Fast/Slow Moving Vehicles
XR70 beeps briefly at the same location every day, but no radar source is in sight. XR70 does not seem sensitive to radar or laser.
K-band motion sensor or intrusion alarm is located within range of your route. With time, you will learn predictable patterns of these signals. Make sure that windshield wipers do not block XR70s radar antenna and that the laser lens is not behind tinted areas. Determine if your vehicle has an Instaclear, ElectriClear or solar reflective windshield which may deflect radar or laser signals. XR70 may be in City Mode. VASCAR (Visual Average Speed Computer and Recorder) a stopwatch method of speed detection, may be in use. Officer may not have radar or laser unit turned on. Safety transmitters may not be commonly used in your area.
Your 14-year old son has changed all 7 of the Programming options. XR70 will not turn on.
You can return all of the programming options to the factory defaults by holding down the CITY and BRT buttons while you turn XR70 on. Check that the power is ON. Check that vehicle ignition is ON. Check that vehicle lighter socket is functional. Try XR70 in another vehicle. It is normal for XR70 to feel warm.
XR70 feels very warm.
XR70 did not alert when a police car was in view. XR70 did not provide a Safety signal while within range of an emergency vehicle. XR70s display is not working. XR70s audible alerts are less loud after the first few alerts. XR70 bounces or sags on windshield.
Explanation of Displays
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Sensitivity control is in Auto mode, display is in Dark mode (page 9) Sensitivity control is in Highway mode, display is in Dark mode (page 9) Sensitivity control is in City mode, display is in Dark mode (page 9) XR70 is in the Dark mode (page 9) One of the many programming messages (pages 12-16) One of the many Safety Radar messages (pages 22-23) XR70 has detected a Safety Radar Signal, but the signal isnt yet strong enough to decode the specific safety message (page 22-23) XR70 is running a self-calibration test XR70 has failed the calibration test. Contact Neltronics for repair 25
Press the BRT button to deactivate Dark Mode. XR70 is in AutoMute Mode. See page 8 for details. XR70 is not making contact with the windshield to provide stability. While holding down XR70s QuickMount button, slide XR70 toward the windshield so that the back top edge makes firm contact. A loose power connection or dirty lighter socket can cause XR70 to be briefly disconnected.
No display PilotHWY WorkZone Caution Self Cal Service Required
XR70s power-on sequence reoccurs while you are driving.
If your XR70 ever needs service, please follow these simple steps:
2 Contact your local dealer. They will evaluate your unit and arrange repairs if necessary.
1 Check the troubleshooting section of this manual. It may have a solution to your problem.
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Warranty and Accessories
NELTRONICS One Year Limited Warranty
NELTRONICS warrants your XR70 against all defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original purchase, subject to the following terms and conditions. The sole responsibility of NELTRONICS under this Warranty is limited to either repair or, at the option of NELTRONICS, replacement of the XR70 detector. There are no expressed or implied warranties, including those of fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability, which extend beyond the fact hereof. NELTRONICS is not liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising from the use, misuse, or mounting of the XR70. This Warranty does not apply if the serial number on the housing of the XR70 has been removed, or if your XR70 has been subjected to physical abuse, improper installation, or modification.
Delivery Address: PO Box 1469 SUBIACO WA 6904
The following accessories and replacement parts are available for BEL XR70. AUSTRALIA Coiled SmartPlug..$69.00 Direct-wire SmartPlug..$69.00 Windshield Mount.$34.95 Undercover Sunvisor Holder..$24.95 NEW ZEALAND Coiled SmartPlug..$79.00 Direct-wire SmartPlug..$79.00 Windshield Mount.$40.95 Undercover Sunvisor Holder..$29.95
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All radar band portable radar safety detector
The XR70 includes K, Superwide Ka, International Ku and Safety Warning System (SWS) radar capability, combined with front and rear laser detection. Features like Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for superior range and reduced false alarms, automute and voice alerts. The XR70 is an Australian/New Zealand exclusive model, especially designed for our conditions. Packed with features and all the performance you'd expect from Beltronics.
10 x Range vs. Imports All Radar and Laser Band Coverage Multi-Sensor Laser Protection Complete VG-2 Immunity Digital "POP" Alert Advanced AutoScan Processing Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Virtually Eliminates False Alerts Clear Digital Voice or Audio Alerts Easy-to-Use Options and Controls 7 Selectable Features Ultra-Bright High Definition Display Brightness Control with Dark Mode One year limited warranty Dimensions: 3.2 x 7.0 x 12.1cm
Operating Bands: X-band: 10.525 GHz 25 MHz K-band: 24.150 GHz 100 MHz Ka-band: 34.700 GHz 1300 MHz Ku-band: 13.400 GHz 25 MHz Laser: 904nm, 33MHz bandwidth Radar Receiver/Detector Type: Superheterodyne, GaAs FET VCO Scanning Frequency Discriminator Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Power Requirement: 12VDC, Negative Ground
Laser Detection: Quantum Limited Video Receiver Multiple Laser Diodes Display Type: 280 LED Alphanumeric Bar Graph or Tech Display 3-Level dimming, plus Dark Mode
Programmable Features: Power-On Indication Power-On Sequence Voice Alerts on or off Signal Strength Meter AutoMute on or off City Mode Sensitivity Radar/Laser Bands Sensitivity Control: Highway AutoScan City / City NoX Additional Patented Technology: Auto Calibration Circuitry Smartshield VG2 Immunity
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