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Default Laser (Lidar) unit for sale

If anyone is interested I'm selling my older model Marksman LTI 20-20 Laser Gun. I have had it for about 1 and a half year. The Laser gun is in good condition, works well and has been calibrated by Ohio Calibration Laboratories located in Columbus Ohio. I bought this laser gun for $900.00 from Laser Technology Inc. I'm asking for $500 for the gun but willing to negotiate on price. I no longer use this gun since I sustained a back injury and had to hang up the badge.

"Info on Gun: SN# 005935

I will guarantee it to work 100%

This is the information I found on the web about it.

The LTI 20-20 Marksman laser speed detection system and ranging tool goes beyond the traditional functions of radar guns, in a durable, easy-to-use package.

The Marksman fires a harmless, narrow laser beam and computes speed using the simple change of position over time formula, rather than a radio frequency shift. While radar projects a broad, cone-shaped beam 200 to 400 feet wide, with an effective range of only a few hundred yards, the Marksman's beam widens to just 3 feet at this range and can reach farther. Individual vehicles can be isolated during heavy traffic due to laser's pinpoint accuracy.
Laser speed detection renders radar detectors useless, and thus isolates the most flagrant speeders. The Marksman measures speed in 1/3 second, not nearly enough time for a driver to react to a laser detector warning.

Doubling as an instant range-finder, accident scenes can be measured and cleared 66% faster, thus facilitating the return to normal traffic flows. Additionally, using LTI's unique QuickMap Data Collection package, accident scenes can be mapped electronically, eliminating clipboards, pencils and office data reentry. SWAT teams utilize this range function, as do the city traffic engineers.

Product enhancements such as SpeedStat software also provide a potential for collecting raw data which can be easily accessed for highway surveys and spot checks along roadways. The Marksman downloads complete traffic data surveys via standard serial port and SpeedStat software, to a separate laptop computer, in reports including all statistical data and time/date groupings.

The superior court evidence laser provides will not only save overtime money spent in the court, but also frees up personnel for more time in the field.

The Marksman has been tested and approved in over one dozen countries around the world, and is used in 44 states. NASA also depends on the Marksman to measure the distance and closing speed of approaching satellites, and has made it standard shuttle flight equipment.

Increased highway safety, additional revenue for the city's general fund, instant range finding capability, and more effective use of personnel make the Marksman the most effective speed enforcement tool available today.

Dimensions: 3.5 in x 5 in x 8 in
Weight: 4.5 lbs
Speed Measurement
Distance: 30 ft to 3500 ft
Speed Maximum: +200 mph to -200 mph (accurate zero reading)
Accuracy: +/- 1 mph
Acquisition Time: 0.3 seconds
Range Measurement
Distance: 30 ft to 3500 ft
Accuracy: +/- 6 inches
Acquisition Time: 0.3 seconds
Pin-point beam (3 milliradian divergence, 3 ft wide at 1000 ft)
Adjustable illuminated red dot slight
AutoCapture triggering
Power Requirements: 10.6v - 16v (12v nominal) 750 mA
Eye Safety: FDA Certified Class 1 (CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11)
Communication: 1/2 in adjustable illuminated display, RS232 Serial
Environment: -22 to +144 deg F
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Default Still for sale??

Do you still have the Laser Handheld for sale?

Please call me at 254-433-1005 Robert McCumsey
Ranger Police Dept.
Ranger, Texas 76470
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