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post #1 of 3 Old Jul 22nd, 2006, 6:34 pm Thread Starter
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Sensoro Steel Eye detector

I just purchased a radar detector at COSTCO.
The price was very reasonable.
It is a "Sensoro Radar & Laser Detector with POP mode.
Modeo# RW3100
It has an audio output jack, and I want to hook it up to my Autocom.
Is there anyone has any experience or comment on this unit?

Thanks, Miklos
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post #2 of 3 Old Jul 28th, 2006, 4:55 am
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[QUOTE=Micky]I just purchased a radar detector at COSTCO.
The price was very reasonable.
It is a "Sensoro Radar & Laser Detector with POP mode.
Modeo# RW3100
It has an audio output jack, and I want to hook it up to my Autocom.
Is there anyone has any experience or comment on this unit?


You are the first that I have heard make mention of this "detector" and I have noknowlege of it. Assuming it actually detects radar signals and has an audio output socket, you should be able to "hear" it through the AutoCom. Good luck and please let us know how the installation comes out and more particularly whether the Sensora proves to provide adequate radar protection wothy of it's cost.
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post #3 of 3 Old Jul 29th, 2006, 6:12 pm Thread Starter
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The Sensoro detector is by "PNI Corporation" located in Santa Rosa, CA.
The unit itself is made in Korea. Model # RW3100 Costco price $ 99.00 plus tax.
It has rechargeable batteries, plus a cord for 12 volt operation. The audio jack works
fine with my Autocam unit. Connected with a cell phone cord.
It supposed to detect all the radar bands, laser and POP guns.
So far I had not encountered any police with a radar guns. I will be leaving next week
for long trip and will find out how affective the detector will work.
The nice thing about purchasing from Costco, that you can return anything for full refund.

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