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Stealth Enthusiast 2009-06-24 19:03

A technical question for Micah, or anyone else privy with the details. Will the new Mx7 product be using the same plugs as with the previous models?

Really looking forward to getting a new Blinder. I think it is going to be way ahead of the curve regarding any other Lidar jammer on the market.

steagall1000 2009-06-24 19:33

Blinder Design
 
Stealth Enthusiast,

To help answer your question, yes the Blinder M27/M47's are pretty much the same as the M25/M45 units "design". I believe the only difference is the interface which has a USB port on it. The wires/plugs and heads are still the same design for now. Hope that helps :)

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Originally Posted by Stealth Enthusiast (Post 3827)
A technical question for Micah, or anyone else privy with the details. Will the new Mx7 product be using the same plugs as with the previous models?

Really looking forward to getting a new Blinder. I think it is going to be way ahead of the curve regarding any other Lidar jammer on the market.


Blinder-Guy 2009-06-24 19:54

The outward appearance of the M27 and M47 are the same as the M25 and M45 but the internal parts are not...The rest is proprietary info.

Stealth Enthusiast 2009-06-24 20:38

OK thanks guys. I ask because I can't decide if I want to install it remotely (cheetah) or just hard wire it in. Cheetah was hinting that it might take some time to come out with a model compatible with the new Mx7. I'm thinking I'll probably hard wire it in because I'll be installing the cars new alarm system soon, so I'll be running wires through the firewall anyway. The only concern that I have is that if the heads go bad I'll have to mess around with the firewall wiring all over again because the heads don't disconnect from the wiring do they? :confused: Maybe I'll just design a interface that will be permanently installed, and then just plug the heads in under the hood :)

Blinder-Guy 2009-06-24 20:42

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Originally Posted by Stealth Enthusiast (Post 3831)
OK thanks guys. I ask because I can't decide if I want to install it remotely (cheetah) or just hard wire it in. Cheetah was hinting that it might take some time to come out with a model compatible with the new Mx7. I'm thinking I'll probably hard wire it in because I'll be installing the cars new alarm system soon, so I'll be running wires through the firewall anyway. The only concern that I have is that if the heads go bad I'll have to mess around with the firewall wiring all over again because the heads don't disconnect from the wiring do they? :confused: Maybe I'll just design a interface that will be permanently installed, and then just plug the heads in under the hood :)

At this time I would recommend hard wire because the M27/M47 has not been fully tested with Cheetah Products.


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