Cobra XRS 9600 Radar Dectector
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LaserEye For 360 detection of laser and strobe signals. Auxiliary Audio Jack Speaker
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On-Off/Volume Control Allows user to adjust the volume of the tone alerts. Program/Mute Button For manual mute of audio alerts (and to enter programming mode). Set/City Button For City or Highway modes to reduce false alerts (and to change user mode settings while programming).
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Straight 12V Power Cord Coiled 12V Power Cord Windshield Mounting Bracket Dual Port Power Adapter
Select/Dim Button Adjusts the display brightness for easy reading (and to scroll through user mode settings while programming).
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Alpha/Numeric Dot Matrix Text Display* Shows user mode settings, programming instructions, signal strength indication, City/Highway mode indicators, radar, VG-2, Spectre 1 and safety/strobe indicators.
WARNING Modifications or parts substitutions not approved by Cobra Electronics Corporation may violate FCC Rules and void your authority to operate this equipment.
* See pages for more information about display features.
This booklet describes the simple steps for mounting and setting up your detector. It also provides helpful information about how radar and laser guns are used and how you can interpret the alerts you receive.
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Installation Where To Mount Your Unit
You will get optimum performance from your detector if you Mount it at a point approximately in the center of the vehicle, as low as possible on the front windshield without obstructing the units view of the road either to the front or rear. You can also mount it directly on the dashboard.
Windshield Mounting Dashboard Mounting
1. Attach the rubber
cups to the bracket.
2. Make sure the rubber cups and your windshield are clean. 3. Push the bracket firmly onto the windshield.
The units lens must not be blocked and the LaserEye should have a clear view out the back window to allow 360 detection.
The LaserEye Should Have A Clear View
4. Attach the detector to the bracket. Check the angle of the unit.
5. To adjust the angle if necessary, gently push or pull on the bracket to bend it. DO NOT use the detector to bend the bracket. 6. Plug the power cord into the detector.
Radar and laser signals pass through glass but not through other materials and objects. Objects that can block or weaken incoming signals include:
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Windshield wiper blades Mirrored sun screens Dark tinting at the top of the windshield Heated windshields currently available on some vehicles (Instaclear for Ford, Electriclear for GM). Consult your dealer to see if you have this option.
7. Plug the cigarette lighter adapter on the power cord into your vehicles cigarette lighter. 8. You can temporarily remove the detector whenever you wish by depressing the bracket release button and sliding it off the bracket.
1. Place the detector on the dashboard to find a location
where the unit has a clear, level view of the road. The angle CANNOT be adjusted after mounting. 2. Remove the paper backing from one (1) side of the hook-and-loop fastener.
On-Off/ Volume Control Rotate clockwise (away from you)
3. Attach the pad to the dashboard at your chosen location and remove the other paper backing.
To Turn On The Unit And Adjust The Audio Volume Rotate the On-Off/ Volume control clockwise (away from you). Tone Three (3) beeps Visual Display Testing System Ready The display will then cycle through the user mode settings (city or highway, Intellimute and SmartPower status).
4. Attach the detector to the hook-and-loop fastener. You can remove and reattach the unit as often as you like. 6. Plug the power cord into the detector.
Start-up is complete when the display continuously shows the current compass direction (N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W or NW) plus single letters indicating current user mode settings (c = City mode, City X Beep Off mode and City X+K mode, h = Highway mode, i = IntelliMute on).
Testing System Ready
7. Plug the cigarette lighter adapter on the power cord into your vehicles cigarette lighter.
NOTE In some vehicles, power is supplied to the cigarette lighter even while the ignition is off. If this is the case with your vehicle and you have turned the SmartPower off, you should turn off or unplug your detector when parking for lengthy periods. Cobra recommends leaving SmartPower at the factory setting, which is on.
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All user mode settings on your detector can be changed by using Program mode. When changing the settings, please keep in mind:
Set/City Button Press and release Select/Dim Button Press and release Program/Mute Button Press and hold/Press and release
Buttons can have multiple functions. All settings will be stored in memory when the power is turned off and recalled when the power is turned back on.
To Use Program Mode Press and hold the Program/Mute button for two (2) seconds. Tone Three (3) beeps Visual Display Program will appear.
The procedure for using Program mode is shown on page 7. NOTE You cannot enter Program mode during an alert. The unit will not detect signals while in Program mode. During programming, if no buttons are pushed for ten (10) seconds, the unit will automatically exit Program mode and save the last settings.
Then brief programming instructions will scroll through the display three (3) times. While the programming instructions are scrolling, press and release the Select/Dim button to cycle through the user modes. One (1) beep with each button press As each mode is displayed, the current setting for that mode will be shown.
Programming User Modes
The tables on pages 8 through 9 show you how to program all user modes and the settings you can choose from. NOTE On the following pages, you will find more detailed explanations of each setting. See page 14 for instructions on setting the IntelliMute activation point. See page 16 for instructions on calibrating the compass. See page 21 for instructions on using SmartPower.
With the user mode you One (1) or two (2) wish to change displayed, beeps, depending on press and release the your selection Set/City button to change the setting. To move to the next selection, press the Select/Dim button again. When you have finished programming any or all of the user modes, press and release the Program/Mute button to exit Program mode. Or simply wait ten (10) seconds without pushing any buttons. One (1) beep
The setting you select will be shown.
When you exit Program mode, the new setting will automatically be saved and EXIT PROGRAM and Settings Saved! will appear in the display.
EXIT PROGRAM Settings Saved!
Tone One (1) beep Visual Setting Result VG-2 Detect Off The unit will not detect VG-2 signals.
This EasySet programming menu lists all of the modes and settings you can choose from after you have entered Program mode as described on page 7.
EasySet Programming Menu Mode Set City mode default* Tone Visual Setting Result A single beep sounds when the signal is first detected. Audio for all X band alerts are blocked until signal strength reaches Level 3. Combines the City X mode with prevention of K band audio alerts until signal strength reaches Level 2.
EasySet Programming Menu Mode VG-2 Detect mode
Two (2) beeps VG-2 Detect On The unit will detect VG-2 signals.
Two (2) beeps City X One (1) beep One (1) beep City X beep Off City X+K
VG-2 Audio Two (2) beeps VG-2 Audio On With VG-2 Detect on, the unit will give mode (not audible alerts for VG-2 signals. shown if VG-2 One (1) beep VG-2 Audio Off With VG-2 Detect off, the unit will give detect is off) only visual alerts for VG-2 signals. Spectre 1 Detect mode Two (2) beeps Spectre 1 Detect On One (1) beep Spectre 1 Audio mode (not shown if Spectre 1 detect is off) SmartPower mode Spectre 1 Detect Off The unit will detect Spectre 1 signals. The unit will not detect Spectre 1 signals. With Spectre 1 Detect on, the unit will give audible alerts for Spectre 1 signals. With Spectre 1 Detect off, the unit will give only visual alerts for Spectre 1 signals. SmartPower is on. SmartPower is off. The unit will detect X Band signals. The unit will not detect X Band signals. Partially dimmed for dusk or night driving. More dimmed for dusk or night driving. Display is off. Resets user modes and settings to factory default. Allows you to exit Program mode.
Two (2) beeps IntelliMute On All alerts (except for strobe signals from emergency vehicles) are automatically muted below the engine rev point you set. One (1) beep IntelliMute Off Normal operation. Set IntelliMute Allows you to set the engine (see page 14 rev point while using IntelliMute. to set activation point) The audio volume of all alerts will be automatically muted after four (4) seconds for as long as the signal is detected. All alerts will sound at full volume for as long as the signal is detected. Allows you to calibrate the compass.
(See Page 7 For Instructions On Using Program Mode)
In Program mode, go to City.
Tone One (1) beep One (1) beep Two (2) beeps
City X Beep Off City X+K
Visual Display City X Beep Off City X+K City X
To Change From City Mode Back To Highway Mode Press and release the Set/City button again.
Tone Two (2) beeps
Visual Display h appears in the display
City X h Beep Off
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Muting An Alert
Your detector allows you to quickly turn off an Audio Alert by momentarily pressing the Program/Mute button. If you press the Program/Mute button a second time during the Alert, the Audio Alert will be turned back on.
Program/Mute Button Press and release
IntelliMute is a unique new feature that allows you to avoid alerts you dont need to hear because you are stopped or moving slowly. By sensing the revs (RPMs) of your engine, IntelliMute knows when you are at low speed and automatically mutes alerts (except for strobe signals from emergency vehicles). Before IntelliMute will work, you must set an activation point for your engines revs (see page 14). Whenever the revs are below that point, IntelliMute will begin muting. The activation point will be stored in memory and recalled each time the power is turned on. An i will appear in the display when IntelliMute is on. The factory setting is IntelliMute off. NOTE IntelliMute may not work with some vehicles because it cannot sense the engines revs. In such cases, you can reduce unwanted audio alerts by using Auto Mute and City mode when appropriate.
To Turn IntelliMute On Or Off Using Program Mode
To Turn Turn Off Or On An Audio Alert Using The Program/Mute Button Press and release the Program/Mute button. Tone None Visual Display None
Auto Mute Mode
Auto Mute will automatically reduce the audio volume of all alerts after four (4) seconds for as long as the signal is detected. The factory setting for Auto Mute is on.
To Turn Auto Mute Off Or On Using Program Mode
In Program mode, go to Auto Mute.
Tone One (1) beep Two (2) beeps
Auto Mute Off
Visual Display Auto Mute Off Auto Mute On
Auto Mute On
In Program mode, go to IntelliMute.
Tone Two (2) beeps One (1) beep
Visual Display IntelliMute On, then i appears in the display IntelliMute Off
Intelli Mute Off
Auxiliary Audio Jack
The Auxiliary Audio Jack can be used to connect an external speaker in environments with high ambient noise levels. The internal speaker will be disconnected.
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What To Remember While Using IntelliMute IntelliMute works with all City and Auto Mute modes. Whenever engine revs are below the activation point, an arrow pointing down will appear in the display. Above the activation point, an arrow pointing up will appear.
Below Activation Point Above Activation Point
Select/Dim Button Program/Mute Button
To Set The IntelliMute Activation Point Using Program Mode
In Program mode, go to Set IntelliMute. Press and release the Set/City button to begin setting IntelliMute RPMs.
Tone None Two (2) beeps
Visual Display Set IntelliMute Press SET at desired RPMs None
If, for any reason, the unit stops sensing your engines revs, IntelliMute will indicate an error and automatically turn off. The rev point you set will be stored in the units memory when power is turned off and recalled each time the power is turned on. NOTE The rev point must be reset if you use your detector in a different vehicle. NOTE When initially choosing your IntelliMute activation point, a setting of approximately 300 to 600 RPMs above idle is recommended. You can reset the activation point at any time to fit your individual preferences and driving style. Setting The IntelliMute Activation Point Your detector must be installed in your vehicle. CAUTION Do not attempt to set the rev point while driving. Your vehicle should be parked and idling. IntelliMute must be turned on before setting the activation point.
Rev your engine to the level you wish to None set. Rev the engine slightly above idle and hold revs steady for two (2) seconds. At the desired rev level, press and release the Set/City button. Press and release either the Select/Dim button to proceed to the next user mode or the Program/Mute button to exit the Program mode.
Setting IntelliMute RPMs
Three (3) beeps None
IntelliMute Set! None
Intelli Mute Set!
NOTE If the unit is unable to sense usable pulses within three (3) seconds or if you do not set a rev point within 20 seconds of beginning these steps, IntelliMute will indicate an error and automatically turn off. IntelliMute IntelliMute Off
Tone One (1) beep One (1) beep
Intelli Mute Please tr. Off
IntelliMute not set Please try again IntelliMute Off
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Your detector includes an internal 8-point Compass that will continuously display your current direction of travel: N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, or NW. Calibrating The Compass
To Calibrate The Compass Using Program Mode
NOTE Before using it for the first time, you must calibrate the compass to provide accurate indications of direction. See page 7 for instructions on using the Program mode to select Set Compass. Calibration allows the compass electronics to measure and store information about the magnetic fields generated by your vehicle. The compass will remain accurately calibrated as long as your detector is mounted in the same place in your vehicle. If you change the location where the unit is mounted or move it to another vehicle, you must recalibrate the compass. The compass temporarily may not provide accurate readings if you are inside a building or enclosure, or are close to a large metal tractor/trailer, truck, or train. Once you are away from such a location, the compass will work correctly again. NOTE When the instructions direct you to drive in two (2) circles, a large parking lot is the most convenient place to do so. It does not matter what direction your vehicle is pointing when you start the circles, which direction you go to make the circles, and it does not have to be exactly two (2) circles. You do NOT have to make perfect circles. You can drive in any pattern, as long as you make two (2) complete turns. Four (4) three-point turns, two (2) small squares, or any two (2) complete loops will work as well as two (2) circles. It does not matter what size the circles are, if your speed is constant, or how fast you make the circles [but less than two (2) minutes]. Please be careful when making the circles and watch for other traffic.
In Program mode, go to Set Compass. Press and hold the Set/City button to begin setting the compass. Within two (2) minutes, drive your vehicle in a circle twice, then press the Set/City button again.
Tone None One (1) beep
Visual Display Set Compass Drive in 2 circles Press SET when done Compass Set! For two (2) seconds followed by direction of travel (N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W or NW) None
Three (3) beeps
Press and release either the Select/Dim None button to proceed to the next user mode or the Program/Mute button to exit Program mode.
Set Compass Calibrate Compass Compass Set
Direction Of Travel
Drive in. Press SET.
NOTE If you do not press the Set/City button within two (2) minutes after beginning the set compass process, compass calibration will automatically terminate.
Compass not set Please try again
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Pop Alert will alert you of Pop radar signals. During the alert, the unit continues to detect other signals. The factory setting is Pop Detect off.
To Turn Pop Detect Mode On Or Off Using Program Mode
The detector is undetectable by VG-2 detection devices and will alert you when such a device is in use near your vehicle. During the alert, the unit continues to detect other signals. You can choose whether or not you want your unit to show VG-2 Alerts. With VG-2 Detect mode on, you can also choose whether or not you want your unit to sound audible VG-2 Alerts. The factory settings are VG-2 Detect on and VG-2 Detect Audio on.
In Program mode, go to Pop Detect.
Pop Detect On
Visual Display Pop On Pop Off
Pop Detect Off
To Turn VG-2 Detect Mode Off Or On Using Program Mode
In Program mode, go to VG-2 Detect.
VG-2 Detect Off
Visual Display VG2 Off VG2 On
VG-2 Detect On
To Turn VG-2 Audio Mode Off Or On Using Program Mode
In Program mode, go to VG-2 Audio.
VG-2 Audio Off
Visual Display VG2 Audio Off VG2 Audio On
VG-2 Audio On
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Spectre 1 Alert
The detector is undetectable by Spectre 1 detection devices and will alert you when such a device is in use near your vehicle. During the alert, the unit continues to detect other signals. You can choose whether or not you want your unit to show Spectre 1 Alerts. With Spectre 1 Detect mode on, you can also choose whether or not you want your unit to sound audible Spectre 1 Alerts. The factory settings are Spectre 1 Detect on, Spectre 1 Audio on.
To Turn Spectre 1 Detect Mode Off Or On Using Program Mode
Your detector includes the SmartPower feature that, when activated, will put the unit into Standby mode (low power) for about 30 minutes after the cars engine has been turned off. After 30 minutes in Standby mode, the unit will automatically turn off. Before SmartPower enters Standby mode, you will hear one (1) beep and Pwr Save will appear on the display. To return the unit to normal Power mode or exit Standby mode, start the car, press any button or turn the unit off and then on again. The factory setting is SmartPower on.
SmartPower Entering Standby Mode
In Program mode, go to Spectre 1 Detect.
Spectre 1 Detect Off
Visual Display Spectre Off Spectre On
Spectre 1 Detect On
To Turn SmartPower Mode Off Or On Using Program Mode
In Program mode, go to SmartPower. To Turn Spectre 1 Mode Off Or On Using Program Mode
Visual Display SmartPower Off SmartPower On
In Program mode, go to Spectre 1 Audio.
Spectre 1 Audio Off
Visual Display Spectre Audio Off Spectre Audio On
Spectre 1 Audio On
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DigiView Data Display Brightness
Your detector has a Bright display mode (for daytime driving) and three (3) levels of Dim display modes (Dim for dusk driving, Dimmer for night driving and Dark where no visual alerts will be displayed) to control the displays brightness levels. The factory setting is Bright. The factory Dim mode default setting is Dimmer.
Setting Dim Default You can set the default level for Dim mode (Dim, Dimmer or Dark) either in Program mode or directly using the Select/Dim button.
Press and hold Select/Dim button
Select/Dim Button Press and hold Select/Dim Button Press and release
To Set The Display Dim Mode Default Directly Using The Set/Dim Button Press and hold the Select/Dim button Visual Display Dim, Dimmer or Dark
To Change The Brightness To Dim Press and release the Select/Dim button once.
Visual Display Cycles see chart above Dim, Dimmer or Dark
Release the Select/Dim button to select the current display as default.
To Set The Display Dim Mode Default Using Program Mode
NOTE When you change to Dim mode, the unit will enter whichever dim default mode is set at the time. To Change The Brightness To Bright Press and release the Tone Select/Dim button again. One (1) beep
In Program mode, go to Display Dim, Dimmer or Dark.
Visual Display Dim Dimmer Dark
Visual Display Bright
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Type of Signal X Band Radar K Band Radar Ka Band Radar Pop Radar Mode Visual Display X and Signal Strength K and Signal Strength Ka and Signal Strength Pop
Ka Signal Detected Pop Signal Detected
Detection Signals Detected
The tables on the following pages show you the types of Signals your detector will detect, as well as the visual alerts it provides for each of them.
Radar Signals And Visual Displays
A distinctly different Alert tone is used for each type of signal detected (including separate tones for each laser signal). For X, K and Ka band radar signals, the tones will repeat faster as you approach the signal source. The repeat rate of the tones gives you useful information about the signal detected. See responding to alerts on page 27.
X Signal Detected
K Signal Detected
_ Ka-----5 ---_
An indication of the type of signal detected will appear in the DigiView Data Display. During X, K and Ka alerts, you will also see from one (1) to five (5) vertical bars, indicating the strength of the signal detected.
Signal Strength Chart
Signal Strength = 1 (Weakest Signal) Signal Strength = 2 Signal Strength = 3
Laser Signals And Visual Displays Type of Signal LTI 20-20* LTI Ultra-Lyte* Kustom Signals ProLaser* Visual Display Laser 20/20 Laser UltraLyte Laser Pro Laser Laser Pro Laser 3
Kustom Signals ProLaser III
Signal Strength = 4
-Signal Strength = 5 (Strongest Signal)
Kustom Signals ProLaser III*
* Your detector provides 360 detection of these signals.
LTI 20-20 LTI Ultra-Lyte Kustom Signals ProLaser
_ --_ -- - - - -5
Laser Pro Laser
Laser Pro Laser 3
NOTE Beep rate changes with different laser alerts.
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Type of Signal 3M Opticom or Tomar*
Strobe Alert Display (Flashing)
Strobe Alert Signals And Visual Displays Visual Display Emergency Vehicle (Flashing)
Your detector is designed to detect Instant-On speed monitoring signals, which can suddenly appear at full strength. NOTE You should take appropriate action immediately whenever an instant-on alert is given.
Safety Alert Signals And Visual Displays Type of Signal Emergency Vehicles Road Hazards Trains
Emergency Alert Signal Detected
Visual Display Emergency Vehicle Road Hazard Train
Road Hazard Alert Signal Detected Train Alert Signal Detected
Your detector is designed to detect single pulse mode radars. These radars are designed to have a low probability of detection. You should note that these radar guns have a much shorter range while in this mode.
Responding To Alerts
Tone repeats slowly at first, then speeds up rapidly. Tone sounds one (1) time only.
Probably police radar. Probably a false alarm, but possibly pulsed radar, Spectre 1 or VG-2 nearby. Radar, Spectre 1 or VG-2 nearby has been activated suddenly. Pop mode gun very close. Probably police radar beyond the hill or bridge. Probably a false alarm. Laser alerts are never false alarms. You are nearing an emergency vehicle, railroad crossing, or road hazard (construction, accident, etc.).
FULL ALERT Exercise caution
NOTE There are different tones for each Safety Alert. VG-2 And Spectre 1 Alert Signals And Visual Displays Type of Signal VG-2 Alert Spectre 1
Spectre 1 Alert Signal Detected VG-2 Alert Signal Detected
Tone instantly begins repeating rapidly. Pop mode tone. Tone repeats slowly as you approach a hill or bridge, then speeds up sharply as you reach it. Tone repeats slowly for a short period. Any type of laser alert. Any Safety Alert or Strobe Alert.
FULL ALERT FULL ALERT FULL ALERT
Visual Display VG2 Spectre1
Exercise caution FULL ALERT Exercise caution
NOTE There are different tones for each alert.
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Understanding Radar And Laser
Understanding Radar And Laser Radar Speed Monitoring Systems
Special strobes mounted on the light bars of authorized emergency vehicles (fire trucks, police cars, ambulances) automatically change traffic signals as the vehicle approaches an intersection. These strobes and the special strobe detectors located on the traffic signals, introduced fairly recently by 3M and Tomar, are already in use in more than 1000 cities nationwide. Cobras exclusive Strobe Alert detector will detect these special strobes and give an emergency vehicle alert. When you receive such an alert, please watch for an approaching emergency vehicle and pull over to allow it to pass. To inquire about coverage in your area, contact your local fire and police departments.
Unit Dimensions And Weight Dimensions* (H x W x D) 1 2" x 3 16" x 4 8"
Weight* 6.45 oz. (183 g)
Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply: 1. To any product damaged by accident. 2. In the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs. 3. If the serial number has been altered, defaced or removed. 4. If the owner of the product resides outside the U.S.A. All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited in duration to the length of this warranty. Cobra shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages; including, without limitation, damages resulting from loss of use or cost of installation. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
(38 mm x 78 mm x 124 mm)
* Dimensions and weight measurements are approximate.
This radar detector is covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 5,497,148; 5,594,432; 5,612,685; 6,078,279; 6,094,148; 6,621,447. Additional patents may be listed inside the product or pending.
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If you have any questions about operation or installing your new Cobra product, or if you are missing parts Please call Cobra first! DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE! See customer assistance on page A1. If you suspect that your unit requires service, please call 773-889-3087 BEFORE shipping it to Cobra. This will ensure that you receive service as quickly as possible. If you are asked to send your unit to the Cobra factory, please follow these steps: 1. Send the complete unit, including power cord. (It is not necessary to include the mounting bracket.) 2. For warranty repair, enclose some form of proof-of-purchase, such as a photocopy or carbon copy of a sales receipt. If you send the original receipt, it cannot be returned. 3. Enclose a typed or clearly written description of the problem you are having with your unit, plus the name and address where you want the unit returned. 4. Pack the unit securely to prevent damage during transit. If possible, use the original packing materials.
Cobra, 6 Band, DigiView, Extra Sensory Detection, HighGear, microTALK, LaserEye, Safety Alert Traffic Warning System, Strobe Alert, VG-2 Alert and Nothing comes close to a Cobra are registered trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation.
Cobra Electronics Corporation, 11 Band, EasySet, IntelliMute, IntelliShield, Road Ready, SmartPower, Spectre 1 Alert, UltraBright, Voice Alert and Xtreme Range Superheterodyne are trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation. Opticom is a trademark of 3M Corporation. Instaclear for Ford is a registered trademark of Ford Motor Company, Inc. Electriclear for GM is a registered trademark of General Motors Corporation. 20-20 and Ultra-Lyte are trademarks of Laser Technology, Inc. ProLaser and ProLaser III are trademarks of Kustom Signals, Inc. Bee III and Pop are a trademarks of MPH Industries. Spectre is a trademark of Stalcar. Interceptor VG-2 is a trademark of TechniSonic Industries LTD. Tomar is a registered trademark of TOMAR Electronics, Inc.
Important Compass Information For The XRS 9600
Calibrating Your Compass
The compass in your radar detector must be calibrated before you use it to give accurate directions. In order to determine the direction, the compass detects the weak magnetic field of the Earth, but all vehicles also produce many different magnetic fields that will confuse the compass. These magnetic fields are produced by audio speakers and other electronics within your vehicle. Calibration allows the compass electronics to measure and store information about the magnetic fields from your vehicle so that it can then ignore them!
Select/Dim Button Program/Mute Button
To Calibrate The Compass
Before calibrating compass, select the location where the detector will be mounted. Tone Enter the EasySet Programming Menu by pressing and holding the Program/Mute button None Visual Display
None Set Compass Drive in 2 circles None Compass Set!
Press and release the Select/Dim button until you see Set Compass displayed Press and release the Set/City button
None One (1) beep
Drive your vehicle in two (2) complete circles* None Press the Set/City button again Three (3) beeps
* Drive your vehicle in two (2) complete circles. A large parking lot is the most convenient place to do this. Please be careful when making the circles and watch for other traffic. It does not matter what direction your vehicle is pointing when you start the circles, which direction you go to make the circles, and it does not have to be exactly two (2) circles. You do NOT have to make perfect circles. You can drive in any pattern, as long as you make two (2) complete turns. Four (4) three-point turns, two (2) small squares, or any two (2) complete loops will work as well as two (2) circles. It does not matter what size the circles are, if your speed is constant, or how fast you make the circles [but less than two (2) minutes].
Will I need to calibrate the compass every time I use my radar detector?
No. The compass electronics holds the information about the magnetic fields made by your vehicle. However, for best results, you should mount the detector in exactly the same location every time you use it. When you remove the detector from your windshield, it is best to leave the mounting bracket on your windshield so that when you replace the detector it is mounted, again, in exactly the same place. If you decide to relocate your detector to a different place (either on the windshield or on the dash), it is best to calibrate the compass again.
My compass sometimes seems to give a wrong direction what is wrong?
If your compass is unable to detect the magnetic field of the Earth (used to determine the direction), it cannot give the correct reading. This may happen if you are under a bridge, inside a parking garage, or inside any enclosure or building that is constructed with metal framework. Other vehicles with a lot of metal may also confuse your compass so that it cannot give accurate readings. This may happen if you are next to a large tractor trailer, truck or train. Your compass will work again correctly as soon as you get away from these locations. There is no need to calibrate your compass again after this.
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