Improved Radar Detection Range:
The Passport 7500S radar and laser detector provides long-range warning on radar
bands: conventional and "instant-on" including X-band, K-band, and
SuperWide Ka-bands. Extremely fast Digital Signal Processing provides even
longer warning distances, without increased false alarms.
Multiple Laser Sensors: The
Passport 7500S laser detection section incorporates multiple low-noise laser
sensors (2 front and 1 rear) for maximum protection.
Ultra-Bright Matrix Display:
The matrix display uses 280 individual ultra-bright LEDs to provide
crystal-clear signal strength readouts and text messages for programming options
and safety radar signals.
Auto Sensitivity Mode:
The detector's AutoSensitivity mode provides long-range warning, with
minimum false alarms. In this mode, the internal computer continuously analyzes
all incoming signals and intelligently adjusts the sensitivity circuits. You can
also select conventional Highway and City modes.
Audible Alerts: For radar
signals, the detector uses a Geiger-counter-like sound to indicate the signal
strength and type of radar signal being encountered. When you encounter radar, a
distinct audible alert will sound and occur faster as the signal gets stronger.
When the signal is very strong, the audible alerts will blend into a solid tone.
Since laser signals are a possible threat no matter how weak, the detector
alerts you to all laser signals with a full laser alert. For safety signals, the
detector will alert you with a double-beep tone, and a corresponding text
AutoMute: The Passport 7500S
features the patented AutoMute feature. After the detector alerts you to a radar
encounter at the volume you have selected, the AutoMute feature will
automatically reduce the volume to a lower level. This keeps you informed
without the annoyance of a continuous full-volume alert.
Mute: The Mute button allows
you to silence the audio alert during a radar encounter. To mute the audio for a
single specific signal, briefly press the Mute button. After that radar
encounter has passed, the mute will automatically reset and the audio will alert
you to the next encounter.
Signal Strength Meter: The
detector's alphanumeric display consists of 280 individual LEDs, to provide an
intuitive ultra-bright display of signal strength and text messages. The
standard bar-graph signal strength meter only displays information on a single
radar signal. If there are multiple signals present, the internal computer
determines which is the most important threat to show on the bar-graph meter.
ExpertMeter: The ExpertMeter
option is an advanced display for experienced detector users. In ExpertMeter
mode, the detector simultaneously tracks up to 8 radar signals. It shows you
detailed information on up to 2 Ka-band, 2 K-band, and 4 X-band signals.
VG2: If the VG2 band (Radar
detector detector) is turned on, VG2 units will be detected with an audible and
visual alert. Once detected, the detector's internal oscillator will shut down
for a period of time, making it undetectable. The oscillator will then
periodically turn back on to see if the VG2 unit is still present.
EZ-Programming offers 10 user-selectable options, allowing you to customize the
radar detector. The user-selectable options let you adjust the following:
Power-on Indication, Power-on Sequence, Signal Strength Meter, AutoMute, Audio
Tones, City Mode Sensitivity, Brightness, Dark Mode, Safety Warning System, and
Warning System: The detector has a
Safety Warning System (SWS) with over 60 visual text message alerts. SWS alerts
you of highway construction/maintenance, highway hazard zones, weather related
hazards, travel/convenience information and emergency/slow moving vehicles.
Memory retention eliminates the need to reset your preferred
feature settings each time your unit is turned on/off.
- X-band 10.525 GHz +/- 25 MHz
- K-band 24.150 GHz +/- 100 MHz
- Ka-band 34.7 GHz +/- 1300MHz
- Laser 904nm, 33 MHz bandwidth