Approval for advanced handheld speed enforcement

The redesigned TruSpeed Data Collector (DC) handheld device from speed
camera manufacturer Tele-Traffic has been given Home Office approval for
use in the detection of speeding offences.

Mar 24, 2011
By Paul Jacques

The redesigned TruSpeed Data Collector (DC) handheld device from speed camera manufacturer Tele-Traffic has been given Home Office approval for use in the detection of speeding offences.

It uses the latest advances in laser technology combined with a new, lighter exterior design, making it faster and easier to use and resulting in more accurate speed readings.

With a maximum range of 750m, the TruSpeed DC can take readings of up to 200mph in just a third of a second. Its battery operation provides up to 25 hours of cordless operation.

The battery-operated device also comes fitted with the first effective anti-detector/jammer programme, designed to prevent interference from outside sources.

There is also an integrated data collection storage facility which is easily downloadable.

Paul Garratt, director at Tele-Traffic, said: “Using the latest laser technology to provide even more accurate data, we are confident that the TruSpeed DC will make a real difference to the important speed enforcement work of police forces up and down the country.”

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