Laser Radar (Lidar, Ladar) Facts
LIDAR (Laser Radar, Ladar) is an acronym for Light Detection And Ranging.
According to scientific research, Lidar (laser radar, ladar) does not emit any harmful radiation.
The Lidar laser beam shoots 280 pulses per second and at 1,000 feet the beam is 3 feet square. The Laser Radar Beam travels 186,282 miles per second and that is 1 foot per billionth of a second. You can see it is important to keep the beam on one spot on the target. Cosine effect applies to Lidar in the same way it applies to Radar. In bad weather, Lidar can be used through the window in the Obstructed Mode.
It is important that the police officer writes down the distance and the speed from the Lidar reading when issuing a speeding ticket, because such information would be used for verification purposes in traffic court. But Decatur Stat Pak Traffic Data Logger for Police Radar, LIDAR, Radar Speed Trailers can collect the above data to make the officer's task even easier.
Decatur Stat Pak allows to collect Traffic Speed Data and generate an easy to read and analyze Traffic Speed Survey Report.
Decatur Stat Pack Traffic Data Logger - serial module which gathers speed data samples from Police Radar, Lidar, Radar Trailers and directly interfaces with a PC to provide statistical data in an easy to use format.
Using Decatur StatPak Traffic Data Logger you can generate and print a Traffic Speed Survey Report with all necessary statistical data in an easy to read format. Decatur Stat-Pak 4-Megabit Memory's capacity is approximately 130,000 counts.
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