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1710/1730 manual

10/19/01

3:56 PM

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OWNERS MANUAL

1710/1730

LASER/RADAR DETECTOR

THE WHISTLER GROUP CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 13016 N. Walton Blvd. Bentonville, AR 72712 TEL (501) 273-6012 FX (501) 273-2927 email: info@whistlergroup.com www.whistlergroup.com PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CENTER 25 Industrial Ave. Chelmsford, MA 01824 TEL (978) 244-1400 FX (978) 244-1491 CUSTOMER RETURN CENTER 1201 N. Dixieland Rd. Rogers, AR 72756 Consumer Relations Tel (800) 531-0004
P/N 1710/1730, WHISTLER 2001

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INTRODUCTION If you have questions concerning the operation of this Whistler product please call consumer relations:
Dear Whistler Owner, For many of us, a vehicle is more than just transportation. It can be a mobile office, communications or entertainment center, or simply an expression of our personality. Whistler products are designed to make the time you spend in your vehicle more productive, more fulfilling, safer, or just simply more fun. Our mission is to provide products that improve your driving experience. Your new Whistler 1710/1730 laser/radar detector detects all radar, laser and safety radar systems, plus offers the new Safety Warning System technology. This provides advanced warning of various highway hazards in communities where available, enabling you to respond more appropriately to potentially dangerous conditions. The Whistler 1730 also offers the benefit of the VG-2 mode. To fully acquaint yourself with the operation of the Whistler radar detector and to better understand the differences between detecting radar, laser and safety radar signals, we recommend reading this entire manual. Enjoy the Whistler 1710/1730 and please drive safely. Sincerely, THE WHISTLER GROUP

1-800-531-0004

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST
Please keep the receipt in a safe place. If the unit is returned without a dated proof of purchase an out of warranty service charge applies. Note: Your warranty period begins at the time of purchase. The warranty is validated only by return of the Warranty Validation card. Now is the time to record the serial number of the unit in the space provided in the warranty section of the manual.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Topic Page Model Features Summary..3 - 5 Installation....6 - 8 Mounting Guidelines Dash/Visor/Windshield Mounting Power Connection And Fuse Replacement Operation...9 - 12 Power On And Self-Test Feature Engaged Confirmation Auto Quiet/Quiet Modes City Mode Highway Mode Vehicle Battery Saver Mode Radar, Laser And VG-2 Alerts..13 - 17 Radar Audio/Visual Alerts Pulse Protection Radar Alerts Laser Audio/Visual Alerts VG-2 Detection Mode Safety Alerts Care and Maintenance Troubleshooting Guide..18 Are Detectors Legal?...19 Speed Monitoring Technologies..20 - 21 Radar Facts Laser Facts Other Speed Detection Systems Radar Detector Detectors Warranty Information...22 - 24 Specifications...25 Accessories...26

WHISTLER FEATURES

Whistler 1730 shown
Whistlers ergonomic and user-friendly design provides a new level of operating convenience. Special features include: 1. Rear Laser Antenna (1730 only) An integrated optical waveguide provides superior detection of laser signals transmitted from behind. 2. Bracket Release Button Provides quick and easy release of the mounting bracket. 3. Power/Volume Control Turns unit on/off and adjusts audio level. 4. QUIET/Auto Quiet Button Pressing QUIET before a signal is detected engages Auto Quiet Mode. Pressing QUIET during a radar/laser encounter silences audio alerts, while allowing visual alerts to keep you informed.

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5. VG-2 Button (1730 only) Engages (one beep) or disengages (2 beeps) VG-2 Cloaking Technology for nondetectibility. 6. CITY Button Reduces the annoyance of false alerts typically encountered in urban driving areas. 7. Speaker Provides distinct audio warnings for X, K, Ka band radar, safety radar, laser and the VG-2. 8. Power Jack Provides connection for the power cord.
Accessories Accessories included are highly functional and easy to use. Power Cord - Connects to the units power jack and your vehicles lighter socket. Windshield Bracket - Allows installation of unit on your vehicles windshield. Hook & Loop Fasteners - Designed to secure the unit on a level dashboard.
9. Radar Antenna Compact, high-efficiency antenna receives radar signals. 10. Laser Antenna (Front) High gain optical lens array provides increased sensitivity and field of view for leadingedge laser detection. 11. Mounting Bracket Location Slot holds mounting bracket firmly.

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INSTALLATION
Mounting Guidelines Mount the unit as low as possible near the center of the windshield. Do not mount your unit behind wipers, ornaments, mirrored sunscreens, etc. These obstructions have metal surfaces which can affect radar and laser signals and reduce critical warning time. (Regular tinted glass does not affect reception.) Some newer windshields have an Instaclear or Electriclear type coating, which affect radar signals. Consult your dealer or the owners manual supplied with your vehicle to determine if your windshield has this coating. Avoid placing unit in direct contact with windshield. To reduce the possibility of theft, conceal your unit when not in use. Windshield Mounting Install the two suction cups and rubber bumper onto the bracket by fitting them into their holes. Press the suction cups onto the windshield at the location you have chosen. IMPORTANT: Some newer cars have a plastic safety coating on the inside of the windshield. The windshield bracket may leave permanent marks on this type of surface. To find out if your vehicle has this type of windshield, check the owners manual or ask your dealer. We recommend that you do not leave the suction cup bracket on the window in direct sunlight. If the detector is removed, this may cause blistering of the dash in some vehicles. Slide the detector onto the bracket until it locks into place. If necessary, the unit may be leveled by bending the wind-

shield bracket. Press the bracket release button and remove the detector before bending.
Dash Mounting Make sure the mounting location you have chosen is relatively level and is clean and dry. Clean with isopropyl alcohol if necessary to remove any waxes or polishes. Separate the fastener strips. Peel the paper backing off each strip and adhere one piece to the dash and the other piece to the bottom of the unit, taking care not to cover the serial number.
Be careful not to place the fastener strip over the units serial number. If the fastener strip is removed, the serial number may be pulled off the unit. Units without serial numbers are not covered under warranty.

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Visor Mounting (optional accessory) Slide the visor bracket into the bracket mounting slot. Clip the visor bracket onto the visor making sure it is relatively level and has a clear view of the road.

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OPERATION
Power On And Self-Test Each time your Whistler detector is turned on, an automatic self-test sequence confirms that the speaker and visual displays are functional. During Power Up, all the LEDs illuminate, while the X, K, and Ka alerts are sounded in sequence. Immediately after the radar alerts, the red LEDs are momentarily canceled, then illuminated from right to left while the laser alert is sounded. After the laser alert the 1st and 4th (3rd on 1710) alert LEDs flash and the Safety Radar alert is sounded. At the end of the self-test sequence the unit is in the highway mode.
Insert into bracket mounting slot. Do not bend this section of bracket.
Power Connection Plug the small end of the power cord into the units power jack. Plug the large end into the vehicles cigarette lighter. Fuse Replacement The lighter socket plug is equipped with a replaceable 2 amp 3AG fuse located behind the silver tip. To replace the fuse, carefully unscrew the tip of the plug. (IMPORTANT: Unscrew slowly. The tip contains a spring which may fly out when disassembling.) Insert the new fuse with the spring and screw on the tip. With use, screw cap on plug may loosen. Retighten occasionally.
Unscrew the tip of the lighter socket plug carefully when replacing the 2 amp fuse.

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Feature Engaged Confirmation Each time a button is pressed one beep confirms feature on, two beeps confirm feature off. Quiet Mode The QUIET Button accesses one of two muting options. Manual Quiet: When an audio alert is sounded, you can silence the alarm by pressing QUIET. The only time you can engage/disengage Manual Quiet is during an audio alert. Auto Quiet (1730 only): Pressing QUIET before a radar signal is detected provides an alternate alert pattern, consisting of four beeps (indicating X, K, Ka or Safety radar) followed by clicking. The clicking will continue for as long as the detected signal is present or any new signal is detected within 20 seconds, becoming more rapid as the strength of the signal increases. If Auto Quiet is engaged, pressing QUIET while the unit is alarming will cancel the beeps or clicking. Pressing QUIET a second time when the unit is not alarming will cancel Auto Quiet mode and restore the continuous audio alert pattern.

City Mode Whistlers City Mode is designed to reduce the annoyance of automatic door openers, intrusion alarms and other devices which share frequencies with police radar. Press City to engage City. Display shows:
Pressing City a second time cancels City Mode. In City Mode, weak speed/safety radar signals give an initial alarm of two beeps, and then remains quiet unless the signal becomes very strong. When the signal strength increases, two additional beeps are provided. Highway Mode Highway mode provides full audio warnings any time radar (X, K, Ka, Safety) or laser signals are detected, and is recommended for open road driving. Highway mode is automatically engaged after the unit is turned on and completes the self-test.

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Vehicle Battery Saver Mode The Vehicle Battery Saver Mode automatically shuts off your detector within 3 hours if you forget to turn it off. The timer is reset if the detector is turned off, unplugged or any button is pressed before the 3 hours have expired. The detector will alert you with an audible and visual warning before it shuts off. Display shows:

RADAR ALERTS

Radar Audio And Visual Alerts When your Whistler detector encounters traffic radar, it provides a distinctive audio tone for the specific radar band detected: X, K, or Ka. At the same time, LEDs illuminate sequentially from left to right (see page 9). The green and amber LEDs are cancelled during an alert. The audio alerts are continuous, but have a Geiger counterlike pattern to help you determine your distance from the radar source; the faster the beeping, the closer you are to the transmitting source. At the same time, illumination of multiple LEDs indicates relative signal strength. Pulse Protection Pulse (or instant-on) radar is more difficult to detect than conventional radar because it remains off until activated to measure the speed of a targeted vehicle. When a pulse type transmission is detected, your Whistler detector sounds an urgent 3-second audio warning and flashes the red LEDs at their fastest rate. After the 3-second pulse alert, the standard alert pattern continues for as long as the signal is present. It is important to respond promptly to a pulse alert, since warning time may be minimal.
The Red LEDs flash in an alternating pattern
During this warning you can momentarily reset the unit by pressing any button. This will reset the timer. If the unit has automatically turned itself off, press any button to turn the unit back on. You can manually engage the Vehicle Battery Saver Mode by pressing and holding the City button until one beep is heard. The auto shutoff function will initiate after several seconds.

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RADAR/LASER ALERTS
Speed Radar Audio/Visual Alerts When X, K or Ka is detected the band ID and signal strength is displayed. The audio alert is continuous and has a geiger counter-like pattern. The faster the beep the closer or stronger the radar source. Example:

VG-2 ALERTS

VG-2 Detection Mode (1730 only) The VG-2, also known as a radar detector detector, is a special receiver used by police to detect signals radiated by a radar detector. Press the VG-2 button once to engage, unit beeps once. Pressing a second time cancels VG-2 detection mode, unit beeps twice and the VG-2 LED is disengaged. When a VG-2 signal is detected the P/VG-2 LED flashes rapidly for 3 seconds and the VG-2 alert is sounded. After the 3 seconds the audio is canceled and the P/VG-2 alert LED flashes at a slower rate. This cycle is repeated if the VG-2 signal is again detected.

Model 1730

1 Alert LED = weak signal, 4 Alert LEDs = strong signal
Radar Band Identification (1730 only) When the Whistler 1730 encounters traffic radar, the Radar Band Indicators confirm the band detected by illuminating one or both of the LEDs as follows: X Band Amber LED Only K Band Red LED Only Ka Band Amber And Red LEDs Illuminate Laser Audio And Visual Alerts If you are the targeted vehicle, a laser gun can often determine your speed within a few seconds after you receive an alert. In this situation there is generally no time to safely adjust your speed. However, if you are traveling near or behind the targeted vehicle and receive an alert, response time should be sufficient. Any laser alert, regardless of duration, requires immediate action! When your Whistler detects a laser signal, the laser audio alert is sounded and the four red LEDs (three red LEDs on 1710) illuminate from right to left for as long as the signal is present, or for a minimum of three seconds. When the laser signal is no longer detected, the audio warning ends, but the LEDs continue to flash slowly for three seconds, indicating a laser encounter has just occurred.
During the period a VG-2 signal is detected, a radar signal cannot be detected. However, because the VG-2 alert has confirmed that a patrol car is nearby, you are already aware of the potential for speed monitoring and can adjust your speed accordingly. Laser detection is not affected while a VG-2 signal is detected. Note: VG-2 must be turned on to receive VG-2 Alerts.

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SAFETY RADAR ALERTS
Safety Radar Audio/Visual Alerts Your Whistler detector detects the new Safety Warning System. In communities where transmitters are located, this provides advanced warning of various road hazards including accident sites, highway construction, emergency vehicles, etc. and enables you to respond more appropriately to potentially dangerous conditions. When your Whistler detector detects a safety radar signal, it provides a distinctive audio tone and illuminates the first LED and the last LED in the signal strength display.

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Care And Maintenance During the summer months, avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight by removing your unit from the dash when your vehicle is parked for an extended period of time. Do not spray water, cleaners or polishes directly onto the unit. The spray may penetrate through the openings and damage the unit. Also, do not use any abrasive cleaners on the units exterior.
The first and last LED in the Signal Strength display flash to indicate detec tion of a Safety radar signal. Model 1710
The first and last LED in the Signal Strength display flash to indicate detec tion of a Safety radar signal.
The Safety radar alert is displayed for as long as the signal is present and the audio alert is continuous, but has a Geiger counter like pattern to help you determine your distance from the Safety radar source; the faster the beeping, the closer you are to the source.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Your Whistler detector is expertly engineered and designed to exacting quality standards to provide you with reliable, trouble-free operation. If your unit has been correctly installed following the guidelines in this manual, but is not operating optimally, please refer to the troubleshooting guide below. PROBLEM: No display or audio. Check fuse in Whistler plug; replace if necessary with a 2 amp 3AG type. Check fuse for lighter socket; replace if necessary. Make sure lighter socket is clean. PROBLEM: Unit alarms when vehicle hits bumps. Check for loose lighter socket; tighten and clean. Check connections at both ends of power cord. Substitute another cord to determine if cord is defective. Return defective cord to the factory. PROBLEM: Unit alarms when using vehicle equipment, electrical accessories (brakes, power mirrors/windows, directionals, horn, etc.), or when accelerating. Vehicles electrical system, including battery and alternator, may have electrical noise. Install a filter capacitor (470mfd. 25 volt or larger capacitance value) on the back of the lighter socket. PROBLEM: Audio alerts are not loud enough. Cancel Auto Quiet Mode or City Mode. PROBLEM: Unit gives laser alert when accelerating. Possible bad or low quality distributor cap. Replace with factory quality cap. If difficulties occur which cannot be solved by information in this Troubleshooting Guide, please call Whistler Consumer Relations at 1-800-531-0004 before returning your unit for service.

ARE DETECTORS LEGAL?

In Most States YES! Laser detectors are completely legal in every state when used in automobiles or light trucks (under 10,000 lbs.). Similarly, when used in automobiles or light trucks, radar detectors are legal in almost every state. Exceptions are Virginia and Washington, D.C., which have local regulations restricting the use of radar receivers in any vehicle. Concerning trucks over 10,000 lbs., the Federal Highway Administration (FHwA) issued a regulation, effective January, 1994 which prohibits radar and laser detector use in these types of vehicles nationally. Prior to the FHwA regulation, laws existed in the state of New York restricting the use of radar detectors in trucks over 18,000 lbs. and in the state of Illinois in trucks over 26,000 lbs.

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SPEED MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES
Radar Facts A radar gun operates by transmitting radio waves at certain frequencies which reflect off objects and are then picked up by the radar guns receiving section. When a radar beam reflects off a moving target, a measurable frequency shift occurs. The radar unit converts this shift into miles per hour to determine your vehicles speed. Currently, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) permits operation of traffic radar guns at X Band (10.500 10.550 GHz), K Band (24.050 - 24.250 GHz), and Ka Band (33.400 - 36.000 GHz). Laser Facts Its well documented that many radar guns cannot reliably provide the speed of a targeted vehicle that is traveling in a group of vehicles. In contrast, a laser gun can target a specific vehicle out of a line of traffic and determine its speed. The advantage of laser over radar in terms of target identification is the result of the laser guns narrow beam. A radar transmission can cover more than a four-lane highway at a distance of 1,000 feet, compared with a laser transmission which covers about 6 feet at the same distance. For best protection, keep these points in mind:
Because your vehicles license plate or headlights are the laser guns primary targets, mounting your Whistler detector on the dashboard can improve laser detection at short range. Do not follow closely behind any vehicle you cannot see through. If you cant see past a vehicle ahead of you, chances are your detector wont either. The receiving range of your laser detector will not be the same as a radar detector. Laser guns are most often used at short range.
Other Speed Detection Systems Several techniques other than radar or laser are used to measure vehicle speeds. When these methods are being used, no detector can provide a warning. These techniques include: Pacing - A patrol car drives behind you and matches your driving speed. Vascar/Aircraft - The time it takes a vehicle to travel a known distance is measured. Radar Detector Detectors The Interceptor VG-2, or simply VG-2, is a microwave receiver used by police to detect signals radiated by the local oscillator of a radar detector. Because its purpose is to identify persons driving with radar detectors, the VG-2 is known as a radar detector detector. The VG-2 is the primary tool used by the police to identify radar detector equipped vehicles. If caught in a state where detectors are illegal, (see pg. 19) drivers risk losing their radar detector and receiving a fine. In addition, instant-on radar is almost always used in combination with a VG-2, leaving unsuspecting motorists vulnerable to receiving two tickets one potentially for speeding, the other for possession of a detector. Having a radar detector capable of detecting the VG-2 may alert you to the presence of a speed trap. Be Advised: Model 1710 radar detector does not detect or hide from the VG-2. Only model 1730 provides VG-2 protection.

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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Consumer Warranty The 1710/1730 Whistler detector is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of one year from the date of original purchase against all defects in materials and workmanship. This limited warranty is void if the unit is abused, modified, installed improperly, if the housing has been removed, or if the serial number is missing. There are no express warranties covering this product other than those set forth in this warranty. All express or implied warranties for this product are limited to one year. Whistler is not liable for damages arising from the use, misuse, or operation of this product. Service Under Warranty During the warranty period, defective units will be repaired or replaced (with the same or a comparable model), at Whistlers option, without charge to the purchaser when returned prepaid, with dated proof of purchase to the address below. Units returned without dated proof of purchase will be handled as described in section Service Out Of Warranty. Due to the specialized equipment necessary for testing a radar/laser receiver, there are no authorized service stations for Whistler brand detectors other than the factory. When returning a unit for service under warranty, please follow these instructions: 1. Ship the unit in the original carton or in a suitable sturdy equivalent, fully insured, with return receipt requested, and shipping charges prepaid to: Whistler Repair Dept. 1201 North Dixieland Rd. Rogers, AR. 72756
IMPORTANT: Whistler will not assume responsibility for loss or damage incurred in shipping. Therefore, please ship your unit insured with return receipt requested. 2. Include with your unit the following information, clearly printed: Your name and street address (for shipping via UPS), and a daytime telephone number. (No P.O. Box please.) A detailed description of the problem (e.g., Unit per forms self-test but does not respond to radar). A copy of your dated proof of purchase or bill of sale. 3. Be certain your unit is returned with its serial number. For reference, please write your units serial number in the following space: s/n __________________. Units without serial numbers are not covered under warranty. IMPORTANT: To validate that your unit is within the warranty period, make sure you keep a copy of your dated proof of purchase and return the Warranty Validation card.

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Service Out Of Warranty Units will be repaired at out of warranty service rates when: The units original warranty has expired. Dated proof of purchase is not supplied. The unit has been returned without its serial number. The unit has been abused, modified, installed improperly, or had its housing removed. The minimum out of warranty service fee for your Whistler detector is $45.00 (U.S.). If you require out of warranty service, please return your unit as outlined in the section Service Under Warranty along with a certified check or money order for $45.00. Payment may also be made by MasterCard or VISA; personal checks are not accepted. In the event repairs cannot be covered by the minimum $45.00 service fee, you will be contacted by a Whistler technical service specialist who will outline options available to you. If you elect not to have your unit repaired/replaced, it will be returned to you along with your certified check or money order. IMPORTANT: When returning your unit for service, be certain to include a daytime telephone number. Consumer Relations If you have questions concerning the operation of your Whistler detector, or require service during or after the warranty period, please call Consumer Relations at 1-800-531-0004. Representatives are available to answer your questions Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CST), or email us at info@whistlergroup.com.

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions: 1.25"H x 2.7"W x 3.9"L Weight: 5.5 oz. Laser Wavelength: nanometers (nm) Radar Frequencies: 10.500 - 10.550 GHz (X Band) 24.050 - 24.250 GHz (K Band ) 33.400 - 36.000 GHz (Ka Superwideband) Operating Temperature Range: -20 C to +80 C (-4 F to +176 F) Power Requirements: Operational 12 to 15 volts DC, 200mA nominal Vehicle battery saver, 30mA nominal Specifications are subject to change without notice. One or more U.S. Patents may apply: #4,315,261; #5,146,227; #5,379,456; and #5,990,821.

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ACCESSORIES
The following accessories can be ordered directly from Whistler by calling 1-800-531-0004. Order Code 206294 Description Visor Bracket Windshield Bracket Kit *Modular Lighter Plug (Requires 206550 or 206551) *Modular Straight Power Cord (5') (Requires 206294) *Modular Coiled Power Cord (7') (Requires 206294) Straight Power Cord (5) Coiled Power Cord (7) Hook & Loop Hardwire Kit (10' ) (for wiring to fuse box) Price $ 6.95 $ 9.95 $ 7.95

ACCESSORY ORDER FORM

PLEASE SHIP TO: Name______________________________________________ Street______________________________________________ City________________________State_______Zip_________ Telephone Number (______) __________________________ Order Code/Description Quantity Total Price $

206550

$ 6.95 Subtotal $ 7.95 Sales Tax (if Applicable) Shipping and Handling* Total Enclosed $ 14.95 $ 15.95 $ 1.95 $ 9.95 $ $ 5.00

206551

206879 206880
*Modular: interconnecting pieces cord and plug. Shipping and handling (per order) $5.00 Prices are subject to change without notice.
SEND ORDER FORM WITH CERTIFIED CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: Whistler CTS PO Box 1844 Bentonville, AR 72712 IF PAYING BY MASTERCARD OR VISA PLEASE PROVIDE: Type of Card ___MasterCard ___Visa ___American Express Name on Card______________________________________ Card Number_______________________________________ Expiration Date_____________________________________ Cardholder Signature________________________________
*For expedited shipping costs, contact Whistler Customer Service, 1-800-531-0004

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OWNERS MANUAL
If you have questions concerning the operation of this Whistler product please call:

CuSTOmer SeRVICE

1-800-531-0004
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CT

1710A/1730A 1733/1734

LASER-RADAR

or visit our website

www.whistlergroup.com

DETECTOR

The Whistler Group Corporate Headquarters
13016 N. Walton Blvd. Bentonville, AR 72712 Tel (479) 273-6012 Fax (479) 273-N. Dixieland Rd. Rogers, AR 72756 Consumer Relations Tel (800) 531-0004
P/N 1710A/1730A/1733/REV2, Whistler 2003

Customer Return Center

Please keep the receipt in a safe place. You may register your product online at www.whistlergroup.com. For warranty verification purposes, a copy of your dated store receipt must still accompany any unit sent in for warranty work. If the unit is returned without a dated store receipt an out of warranty service charge applies. Note: Your warranty period begins at the time of purchase. The warranty is validated only by the dated store receipt! Now is the time to record the serial number of the unit in the space provided in the warranty section of the manual.

INTRODUCTION

Dear Whistler Owner, For many of us, a vehicle is more than just transportation. It can be a mobile office, communications or entertainment center, or simply an expression of our personality. Whistler products are designed to make the time you spend in your vehicle more productive, more fulfilling, safer, or just simply more fun. Our mission is to provide products that improve your driving experience. Your new Whistler laser/radar detector detects all radar, laser and safety radar systems. To fully acquaint yourself with the operation of your Whistler and to better understand the differences between detecting radar, laser and safety radar signals, we recommend reading this entire manual or visit our FAQ page on our website www.whistlergroup.com Enjoy your Whistler and please drive safely. Sincerely, The Whistler Group, Inc.
* Please note: This unit is a 1710A/1730A even though A is not indicated on the unit.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Model Features Summary Installation Mounting Guidelines Windshield Mounting Power Connection And Fuse Replacement Operation Power On And Self-Test Self-Test Mute Feature Engaged Confirmation Audio Level Adjustment Auto Quiet/Quiet Modes City Modes Dim/Dark Modes Engaging/Disengaging VG-2 Detection Vehicle Battery Saver Mode Radar, Laser And VG-2 Alerts Radar Alerts Pulse Protection Safety Radar Audio/Visual Alerts Laser Audio/Visual Alerts VG-2 Audio/Visual Alerts Alert Priority Reset Features Care Maintenance Troubleshooting Guide Are Detectors Legal? Speed Monitoring Radar Facts Laser Facts Other Speed Detection Systems Warranty Information Specifications Accessories

3-- 10

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12 - 16

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FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS
Whistlers ergonomic and user-friendly design provides a new level of operating convenience. Special features include: Note: Not all units have all features listed. 1. Bracket Release Button Provides quick and easy release of the mounting bracket. 2. Speaker Provides distinct audio warnings for X, K, Ka band radar, safety radar, laser and VG-2. 3. Mounting Bracket Location Slot holds mounting bracket firmly. 4. Radar Antenna Compact, high-efficiency antenna receives radar signals. 5. Front Laser Antenna High gain optical lens provides increased sensitivity and field of view for leading-edge laser detection. 6. Rear Laser Antenna An integrated optical waveguide provides superior detection of laser signals transmitted from behind. 7. City Button - Reduces the annoyance of false alerts typically encountered in urban driving areas. 8. Quiet/Menu Button - Pressing QUIET before a signal is detected engages Auto Quiet Mode which automatically reduces the audio level after the initial warning to a low audio level setting. Pressing QUIET during a radar/laser encounter silences audio alerts, while allowing visual alerts to keep you informed. Pressing and holding for 2 seconds allows you to enter Option Select Mode (see page 12). 9. Power / Volume Control Turns unit on/off and adjusts audio level. (not 1734) 9a. Power/Dim Dark (1734) - Turns unit on/off and engages Dim/Dark modes (press and hold for 2 seconds). 10. Volume Up/Down Buttons Adjust volume up or down. 11. Icon Display - offers easy-to-read display to indicate power, city mode, radar band identification, and signal strength. LED Display - multiple indicator lights help you determine the radar source and your distance from it. 7 Segment Display (1734 only) - provides numeric signal strength indicator. 12. VG-2/Laser Indicator Shows the unit is receiving VG-2 or laser signals. 13. X-band Indicator - Shows the unit is receiving an X-band signal. K/Ka-band Indicator - Shows the unit is receiving a K or Ka-band signal 14. K-band Indicator - shows the unit is receiving a K-band signal. 15. Ka-band Indicator - Shows the unit is receiving a Ka-band signal. 16. H - Unit is in Highway mode. 17. C - City Indicator - Shows that the unit is operating in city mode. 18. Signal Strength Indicator - Shows the strength of the signal being detected. 19. Power On Indicator - shows that the unit is receiving power.

Whistler 1710A 8 Feature Listing of 1710A LED Display All Band City Mode Power Indicator 4 Separate Radar Alert Strength Alert Priority City Mode 19

Display

1733 FEATURES

Whistler 17 12

4 Feature Listing of 1733 ICON Display All Band 360 Protection VG-2 Cloaking
City Mode Quiet/Auto Quiet Mode Vehicle Battery Saver Safety Warning System
Whistler 1730A Whistler 14 1
Feature Listing of Segment Display All Band 360 Protection VG-2 Cloaking 3
Feature Listing of 1730A LED Display All Band 360 Protection VG-2 Cloaking

INSTALLATION

Mounting Guidelines
Mount the unit as low as possible near the center of the windshield. Do not mount your unit behind wipers, ornaments, mirrored sunscreens, etc. These obstructions have metal surfaces which can affect radar and laser signals and reduce critical warning time. (Regular tinted glass does

not affect reception.)

Visor Mounting (Optional Accessory)
Slide the visor bracket into the bracket mounting slot. Clip the visor bracket onto the visor making sure it is relatively level and has a clear view of the road.
Some windshields have an Instaclear or Electriclear type coating, which affect radar signals. Consult your dealer or the owners manual supplied with your vehicle to determine if your windshield has this coating. Avoid placing unit in direct contact with windshield. To reduce the possibility of theft, conceal your unit when not in use.

Power Connection

Plug the small end of the power cord into the units power jack. Plug the large end into the vehicles cigarette lighter.

Fuse Replacement

The lighter socket plug is equipped with a replaceable 2 amp 3AG fuse located behind the silver tip. To replace the fuse, carefully unscrew the tip of the plug. IMPORTANT: Unscrew slowly. The tip contains a spring which may fly out when disassembling. Insert the new fuse with the spring and screw on the tip. With use, screw cap on plug may loosen. Retighten occasionally. Unscrew the tip of the lighter socket plug carefully when replacing the 2 amp fuse.

Windshield Mounting

Install the two suction cups and rubber bumper onto the bracket by fitting them into their holes. Press the suction cups onto the windshield at the location you have chosen. IMPORTANT: Some newer cars have a plastic safety coating on the inside of the windshield. The windshield bracket may leave permanent marks on this type of surface. To find out if your vehicle has this type of windshield, check the owners manual or ask your dealer. We recommend that you do not leave the suction cup bracket on the window in direct sunlight. If the detector is removed, this may cause blistering of the dash in some vehicles. Slide the detector onto the bracket until it locks into place. If necessary, the unit may be leveled by bending the windshield bracket. Press the bracket release button and remove the detector before bending.

OPERATION

Feature Engaged Confirmation
Each time a button is pressed one beep confirms feature on, two beeps confirm feature off.

LASER/RADAR ALERTS

During this warning you can momentarily reset the unit by pressing any button. This will reset the timer. If the unit has automatically turned itself off, press any button to turn the unit back on.

Quiet Mode

The QUIET Button accesses one of two muting options.

City Mode

Whistlers City Mode is designed to reduce the annoyance of automatic door openers, intrusion alarms and other devices which share frequencies with police radar. Press City to engage City. Press City a second time cancels City Mode. In City Mode, weak speed/safety radar signals give an initial alarm of two beeps, and then the unit remains quiet unless the signal strength increases, two additional beeps are provided. Note: 1734 has 3 city modes
Note: 1734 will go to volume level 1 instead of clicking. Auto Quiet Mode
Pressing QUIET before a radar signal is detected provides an alternate alert pattern, consisting of four beeps (indicating X, K, Ka or Safety Radar) followed by clicking. The clicking will continue for as long as the detected signal is present or any new signal is detected within 20 seconds, becoming more rapid as the strength of the signal increases. If Auto Quiet is engaged, pressing QUIET while the unit is alarming will cancel the beeps or clicking. Pressing QUIET a second time when the unit is not alarming will cancel Auto Quiet mode and restore the continuous audio alert pattern.

City/City 1/City 2 Mode

Whistlers Three Stage City Mode is designed to reduce the annoyance of automatic door openers, intrusion alarms and other devices which share frequencies with police radar. Press City to cancel Highway mode and engage City. Display will switch from H to C. Pressing City a second time engages City 1. Pressing City a third time engages City 2. Note: After 3 seconds, l or ll City Mode indicator turns off. Pressing City a fourth time returns to Highway mode.
Vehicle Battery Saver Mode
The Vehicle Battery Saver Mode automatically shuts off your detector after 6 hours if you forget to turn it off. The timer is reset if the detector is turned off, unplugged or any button is pressed before the time has expired. The detector will alert you with an audible and visual warning before it shuts off.

City Mode (cont.)

In City Mode, weak speed/safety radar signals give an initial alarm of two beeps, and then the unit remains quiet unless the signal becomes very strong. When the signal strength increases, two additional beeps are provided. In City 1 Mode, only the X band sensitivity is lowered. In City 2 Mode, Xband is not detected. CAUTION: Some towns/small cities may still be using X band radar. If Auto Quiet is engaged in City 1 or City 2 modes and the unit receives a strong radar signal, the unit performs the Auto Quiet feature. City Modes do not change the audio alert for laser or VG-2.

Highway Mode

Highway mode provides full audio warnings any time radar (X, K, Ka, Safety Radar) or laser signals are detected, and is recommended for open road driving.

Radar Audio Alerts

When your Whistler detector encounters traffic radar, it provides a distinctive audio tone for the specific radar band detected: X, K, or Ka. The audio alerts are continuous, but have a Geiger counter-like pattern to help you determine your distance from the radar source; the faster the beeping, the stronger the signal strength will be.

Dim/Dark Mode

Dim/Dark Mode reduces the illumination of the display. Press and hold Power for 2 seconds to reduce illumination to a Dim setting. Pressing and holding the power button for 2 seconds a second time engages Dark Mode. The display illumination is further reduced. Dim or dark can be engaged during an alert. In Dark Mode, the display goes dark for as long as a signal is being detected and for 20 seconds after, then the display returns to the dimmer setting. Pressing and holding the power button a third time restores full illumination to the display.

Pulse Protection

Pulse (or instant-on) radar is more difficult to detect than conventional radar because it remains off until activated to measure the speed of a targeted vehicle. When a pulse type transmission is detected, your Whistler detector sounds an urgent 3-second audio warning and flashes the Alert strength indicators at their fastest rate. After the 3-second pulse alert, the standard alert pattern continues for as long as the signal is present.
It is important to respond promptly to a pulse alert, since warning time may be minimal.

VG-2 ALERTS

VG-2 Detection Mode
The VG-2, also known as a radar detector detector, is a special receiver used by police to detect signals radiated by a radar detector. See page 21 for more information on VG2. 1710A: Does not have VG-2 cloaking. 1730A: Press the VG-2 button once, unit beeps once 1733: Press and hold the quiet button, unit beeps once. 1734: When a VG-2 signal is detected the VG-2 alert is sounded. After 3 seconds the audio is cancelled and the VG-2 indicator flashes at a slower rate. This cycle is repeated if the VG-2 signal is again detected. During the period a VG-2 signal is detected, a radar signal cannot be detected. However, because the VG-2 alert has confirmed that a patrol car is nearby, you are already aware of the potential for speed monitoring and can adjust your speed accordingly. Laser detection is not affected while a VG-2 signal is detected. Note: VG-2 must be turned on each time the unit is turned on to receive VG-2 Alerts.

Audio Level Adjustment

The audio levels can be adjusted high to low, or low to high, in seven steps: Press Volume Press Volume up to increase audio level. down to decrease audio level.
As audio level is adjusted, beeps are provided and the display indicates volume level. The more bars illuminated, the higher the volume. When your detector detects a laser signal, the laser audio alert is sounded and the Laser indicator will illuminate for as long as the signal is present, or for a minimum of three seconds. When the laser signal is no longer detected, the audio warning ends, but the indicator continues to flash slowly for three seconds, indicating a laser encounter has just occurred.

Laser Tips

If you are the targeted vehicle, a laser gun can often determine your speed within a few seconds after you receive an alert. In this situation there is generally no time to safely adjust your speed. However, if you are traveling near or behind the targeted vehicle and receive an alert, response time should be sufficient. Any laser alert, regardless of duation, requires immediat action!

SAFETY RADAR ALERTS

Safety Radar Audio/Visual Alerts
Your Whistler detector detects the Safety Warning System. In communities where transmitters are located, this provides advanced warning of various road hazards including accident sites, highway construction, emergency vehicles, etc. and enables you to respond more appropriately to potentially dangerous conditions. NOTE: You will not be able to receive SWS alerts if transmitters are not located in your area. For a current list of transmitters please visit www.safetyradar.com

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Care And Maintenance
During the summer months, avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight by removing your unit from the dash when your vehicle is parked for an extended period of time. Do not spray water, cleaners, or polishes directly onto the unit. The spray may penetrate through the openings and damage the unit. Also, do not use any abrasive cleaners on the units exterior.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Your Whistler detector is expertly engineered and designed to exacting quality standards to provide you with reliable, trouble-free operation. If your unit has been correctly installed following the guidelines in this manual, but is not operating optimally, please refer to the troubleshooting guide below. PROBLEM: No display or audio.
Check fuse in Whistler plug; replace if necessary with a 2 amp 3AG type. Check fuse for lighter socket; replace if necessary. Make sure lighter socket is clean.

ARE DETECTORS LEGAL?

In Most States YES!
Laser detectors are completely legal in every state when used in automobiles or light trucks (under 10,000 lbs.). Similarly, when used in automobiles or light trucks, radar detectors are legal in almost every state. Exceptions are Virginia and Washington, D.C., which have local regulations restricting the use of radar receivers in any vehicle. Concerning trucks over 10,000 lbs., the Federal Highway Administration (FHwA) issued a regulation, effective January, 1994 which prohibits radar and laser detector use in these types of vehicles nationally. Prior to the FHwA regulation, laws existed in the state of New York restricting the use of radar detectors in trucks over 18,000 lbs. and in the state of Illinois in trucks over 26,000 lbs.
PROBLEM: Unit alarms when vehicle hits bumps.
Check for loose lighter socket; tighten and clean. Check connections at both ends of power cord. Substitute another cord to determine if cord is defective. Return defective cord to the factory.
PROBLEM: Unit alarms when using vehicle electrical accessories (brakes, power mirrors/windows, directionals, horn, etc.).
Vehicles electrical system, including battery and alternator, may have electrical noise. Install a filter capacitor (470mfd. 25 volt or larger capacitance value) on the back of the lighter socket.
FCC ID HSXWH01 - 1710A/1730A/1733 FCC ID HSXWH10 - 1710A/1730A/1733 FCC ID HSXWH14 - 1734
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device many not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
PROBLEM: Audio alerts are not loud enough.
Cancel Auto Quiet Mode or City Mode. Check audio level setting (see page ?? & ??).
PROBLEM: Unit gives laser alert when accelerating.
Possible bad or low quality distributor cap. Replace with high quality cap.
If difficulties occur which cannot be solved by information in this Troubleshooting Guide, please call Whistler Customer Service at 1-800-531-0004 or visit our FAQ page at www.whistlergroup.com/faq-detectors.asp, before returning your unit for service.

IMPORTANT

FCC requirements state that changes or modifications not expressly approved by Whistler could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

SPEED MONITORING

Radar Facts
A radar gun operates by transmitting radio waves at certain frequencies which reflect off objects and are then picked up by the radar guns receiving section. When a radar beam reflects off a moving target, a measurable frequency shift occurs. The radar unit converts this shift into miles per hour to determine your vehicles speed. Currently, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) permits operation of traffic radar guns at X Band (10.500 - 10.550 GHz), K Band (24.050 - 24.250 GHz), and Ka Band (33.400 - 36.000 GHz). Note: A radar detector will not alarm if an officer is not transmitting on any one of the above radar bands.
Because you vehicles license plate or headlights are the laser guns primary targets, mounting your Whistler detector on the dashboard can improve laser detection at short range. Do not follow closely behind any vehicle you cannot see through. If you cant see past a vehicle ahead of you, chances are your detector wont either. The receiving range of your laser detector will not be the same as a radar detector. Laser guns are most often used at short range. Whistler Laser/Radar detectors receive all current laser guns which operate at a laser wavelength of 905 +/- 10mm. Pro Laser I II III LT1 20-20 Ultra Lyte

Laser Facts

Its well documented that many radar guns cannot reliably provide the speed of a targeted vehicle that is traveling in a group of vehicles. In contrast, a laser gun can target a specific vehicle out of a line of traffic and determine its speed. The advantage of laser over radar in terms of target identification is the result of the laser guns narrow beam. A radar transmission can cover more than a four-lane highway at a distance of 1,000 feet, compared with a laser transmission which covers about 3 feet at the same distance. For best protection, keep these points in mind:
Other Speed Detection Systems
Several techniques other than radar or laser are used to measure vehicle speeds. When these methods are being used, no detector can provide a warning. These techniques include: Pacing - A patrol car drives behind you and matches your driving speed. Vascar/Aircraft - The time it takes a vehicle to travel a known distance is measured.
Radar Detector Detectors (VG-2)
The Interceptor VG-2, or simply VG-2, is a microwave receiver used by police to detect signals radiated by the local oscillator of a radar detector. Because its purpose is to identify persons driving with radar detectors, the VG-2 is known as a radar detector detector. The VG-2 is the primary tool used by the police to identify radar detector equipped vehicles. If caught, in a state where detectors are illegal, (see page ??), drivers risk losing their radar detector and receiving a fine. In addition, instant-on radar is almost always used in combination with a VG-2, leaving unsuspecting motorists vulnerable to receiving two tickets - one potentially for speeding, the other for possession of a detector. Having a radar detector capable of detecting the VG-2 may alert you to the presence of a speed trap. For more information on speed monitoring technologies, please visit our FAQ page on our website: www.whistlergroup.com It is the responsibility of the individual radar detector owner to know and understand the laws in your area regarding the legality of the use of radar detectors.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

Consumer Warranty
This Whistler Laser/Radar detector is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of one year from the date of original purchase against all defects in materials and workmanship. This limited warranty is void if the unit is abused, modified, installed improperly, if the housing has been removed, or if the serial number is missing. There are no express warranties covering this product other than those set forth in this warranty. All express or implied warranties for this product are limited to one year. Whistler is not liable for damages arising from the use, misuse, or operation of this product.

Service Under Warranty

During the warranty period, defective units will be repaired without charge to the purchaser when returned with a dated store receipt to the address below. Units returned without dated store receipt will be handled as described in section Service Out Of Warranty. Due to the specialized equipment necessary for testing a laser/radar receiver, there are no authorized service stations for Whistler brand detectors other than Whistler. When returning a unit for service under warranty, please follow these instructions: 1. Ship the unit in the original carton or in a suitable sturdy equivalent, fully insured, with return receipt requested to: Whistler Repair Dept. 1201 North Dixieland Rd Rogers, AR. 72756
IMPORTANT: Whistler will not assume responsibility for loss or damage incurred in shipping. Therefore, please ship your unit insured with return receipt requested. CODs will not be accepted! 2. Include with your unit the following information, clearly printed: Your name and street address (for shipping via UPS), a daytime telephone number and email address, if applicable. A detailed description of the problem (e.g., Unit performs self-test but does not respond to radar). A copy of your dated store receipt or bill of sale. 3. Be certain your unit is returned with its serial number. For reference, please write your units serial number in the following space: s/n______________. Units without serial numbers are not covered under warranty. IMPORTANT: To validate that your unit is within the warranty period, make sure you keep a copy of your dated store receipt. You may register your warranty online at www.whistlergroup.com, however, for warranty verification purposes, a copy of your dated store receipt must accompany any unit sent in for warranty work.

Service Out of Warranty

Units will be repaired at out of warranty service rates when: The units original warranty has expired. Dated store receipt is not supplied. The unit has been returned without its serial number. The unit has been abused, modified, installed improperly, or had its housing removed. The minimum out of warranty service fee for your Whistler detector is $35.00 (U.S.). If you require out of warranty service, please return your unit as outlined in the section Service Under Warranty along with a certified check or money order for $35.00. Payment may also be made by MasterCard, VISA or American Express; personal checks are not accepted. In the event repairs cannot be covered by the minimum $35.00 service fee, you will be contacted by a Whistler technical service specialist who will outline options available to you. If you elect not to have your unit repaired, it will be returned to you along with your certified check or money order. IMPORTANT: When returning your unit for service, be certain to include a daytime telephone number, and email address (if applicable).

Customer Service

If you have questions concerning the operation of your Whistler detector, or require service during or after the warranty period, please call Customer Service at:

1-800-531-0004.

Representatives are available to answer your questions Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CT).

SPECIFICATIONS

1710A Dimensions: 1.2"H x 2.72"W x 3.9"L Weight: 5.5 oz. 1730A Dimensions: 1.3"H x 2.9"W x 3.9"L Weight: 5.5 oz. 1733 Dimensions: 1.3"H x 2.9"W x 3.9"L Weight: 5.5 oz. 1734 Dimensions: 1.3"H x 2.9"W x 3.9"L Weight: 5.5 oz. Laser Wavelength: nanometers (nm) Radar Frequencies: 10.500 - 10.550 GHz (X Band) 24.050 - 24.250 GHz (K Band ) 33.400 - 36.000 GHz (Ka Superwideband) Operating Temperature Range: -20 C to +80 C (-4 F to +176 F) Power Requirements: Operational 12 to 15 volts DC, 250mA nominal Vehicle Battery Saver, 30mA nominal. One or more U.S. may patents apply: #4,315,261 #5,146,227 #5,379,456 #5,666,120 #5,990,821 Specifications are subject to change without notice.

ACCESSORIES

The following accessories can be ordered directly from Whistler by calling 1-800-531-0004 or visit our online store at www.whistlergroup.com

Order Code

206660 206661

Description

Visor Bracket Windshield Bracket Kit Straight Power Cord (5) Coiled Power Cord (7) Hardwire Kit (10' )

(for wiring to fuse box)

$ 6.95 $ 9.95 $ 14.95 $ 15.95 $ 9.95 $ 17.95 $ 2.95 $ 6.95 $ 11.95 $ 12.95

Modular Cord Package

(includes coiled and straight cords, and power adapter)
Package of 8 Suction Cups Dash Pad Straight Modular Cord and Socket Multiplier Coiled Modular Cord and Socket Multiplier
*Modular: Interconnecting pieces cord and plug. Shipping and handling (per order) $5.00 Prices are subject to change without notice.

 

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