Chat
Contact us
Close contact box
Connect ID #
434 093 043 3
Connect ID #
434 093 043 3
All finished with your chat session?

We’ll email you a transcript of this conversation for your records.

All of our representatives are
currently chatting with other customers.

Please enter your name.  
Please enter a valid email address. Why is this required?
Please enter your US phone number.  

For Tech Support, call 1-888-292-2575

Thank you, !
Our conversation will be emailed to
Please enter a question  
Don't wait on hold. We'll call you back when it's your turn to talk with the next available .
Please enter your name  
Please enter your phone number  

Please enter a message  

Calls may be recorded for training and quality control purposes.

We are located in Virginia USA.

Escort Maestro Portable Detector Kit

Use your Escort radar detector with select Kenwood or JVC car stereos (also requires iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR2 adapter)

Item # 036400452

A radar detector's a convenient way to get advance warning about upcoming potential unpleasantness.

Please use BlendMount's Fit Guide to find the right products for your vehicle.

A radar detector's a convenient way to get advance warning about upcoming potential unpleasantness.

California customers:
Please click here for your Proposition 65 warning.

Item # 036400452

Ships today

In stock
$29.99

About the Escort Maestro Portable Detector Kit

Get in-dash info from your Escort radar detector

A radar detector's a convenient way to get advance warning about upcoming potential unpleasantness. But if you've already grown used to glancing at your radio on occasion for your maps, music, and road-friendly apps, you might not pay as much attention to your detector and miss something important. This handy kit from Escort lets you see the key info from your Escort windshield radar detector on the screen of your compatible Kenwood or JVC touchscreen receiver with Apple CarPlay® compatibility. You'll need to have an iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR2 interface connected to your stereo as well.

Get in-dash info from your Escort radar detector

A radar detector's a convenient way to get advance warning about upcoming potential unpleasantness. But if you've already grown used to glancing at your radio on occasion for your maps, music, and road-friendly apps, you might not pay as much attention to your detector and miss something important. This handy kit from Escort lets you see the key info from your Escort windshield radar detector on the screen of your compatible Kenwood or JVC touchscreen receiver with Apple CarPlay® compatibility. You'll need to have an iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR2 interface connected to your stereo as well.

The kit features a pair of 10' wires, both of which connect between the detector and your Maestro interface. Once connected, you'll be able to see valuable information on your Kenwood or JVC radio like your current speed and the radar band detected. You'll also get audible alerts over your car's speakers.

Note: This kit only works with select Escort radar detectors (see "Details" for compatible models) and with the newer iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR2 interface and compatible stereos — it will not work with the original (pre-2019) iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR interface.

READ LESS

Product highlights:

  • kit enables info from select Escort radar detectors on select iDatalink-ready Kenwood and JVC touchscreen radios
  • see the type of radar detected and your current speed on the stereo's screen
  • hear audible alerts over your vehicle's speakers
  • iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR2 interface required
  • radio must support Apple CarPlay to be compatible
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 0040045-2

What's in the box:

  • 10' Cable with RJ-25 modular plug on one end and a green 4-pin plug on other end
  • 10' Cable with right angled mono 3.5mm plug on one end and a black 6-pin connector on the other end

Customer reviews

We don't have any reviews, yet.
Submit a review and then enter to win a $350 gift card.
Be the first to review this product

Loading reviews...

Thanks for submitting your review

Filter by rating

Customer photos

Sort reviews

Sort by:
Items per page:
View page:

Verified customer (What's this?)
Verified employee purchase (What's this?)

Pros:

Cons:

Crutchfield response

<< >>

More details on the Escort Maestro Portable Detector Kit

Mark G.

Product Research

Features

Overview: The Escort/Maestro Portable Detector Kit lets you connect your Escort Max 3, Max 360c, or Redline 360c radar detector to your Maestro ADSMRR2 radio interface when using a compatible Kenwood/JVC iDatalink ready radio with CarPlay (radio, MRR2, and radar detector sold separately). Once connected, radar alerts will come through the sound system and an on-screen "Escort" page will display both the Band and MPH when alerted.

Connection: The connection kit includes two 10' cables, one with an RJ-25 modular plug on one end and a green 4-pin plug on the other end, and one with black 6-pin connector on one end and a 3.5mm plug on the other. The RJ-25 and 3.5mm connectors plug into the Escort Max 360c while the other ends plug into the Maestro MRR2 module. This provides both power for the radar detector as well as a signal connection.

Maestro Compatibility: The Portable Detector Kit can only be used with a Maestro MRR2 interface module, and is not compatible with older MRR interfaces.

Radio Compatibility: The Escort/Maestro Portable Detector Kit can be used with any Kenwood or JVC iDatalink ready radio that supports CarPlay.

Loading accessories...

Customer Q&A

2 questions already asked

Q
These cables do not work for me. I flashed my rr2, and included my max360c as the extra, and when plugged in, it goes straight to â??Laserâ?? and all four light turn on and red. What am I doing wrong? Kenwood is a ddx376BT. Going to try updating it. Detector is updated.
[ Patrick  Sep 24, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
Update: Didn't have the green pin plug plugged into the pink slot on my rr2. Also didn't have the detector in interface mode 2. Not showing "Laser" constantly anymore, but still, the radar button on the screen is not clickable.
[ Patrick  Sep 24, 2020 ]  Staff
Q
These cables do not work for me. I flashed my rr2, and included my max360c as the extra, and when plugged in, it goes straight to â??Laserâ?? and all four light turn on and red. What am I doing wrong? Kenwood is a ddx376BT. Going to try updating it. Detector is updated.
[ Patrick  Sep 24, 2020 ]
2 answers
A
For one the wiring diagram idatalink made tells you to plug it into the wrong port on the rr2 I'd have to look at it again but it shows it being plugged into the red port and the cables plug is green. it needs to go into the green port on the rr2 even though the diagram very specifically shows it being plugged into the red port on the rr2. Also you have to connect your max360c to WiFi and go through the settings and do an update via WiFi even if you just updated it connected to your computer. Then you have to go and change the connection setting on the radar to interface mode 2.
[ NICHOLAS C  Sep 24, 2020 ]  Staff
A
You need to make sure the detector is is set to communication Mode 2, Mode 1 is for use with Escort accessories. If you still have problems you should give iDatalink a call. They can make an updated RR2 firmware if needed.
[ DANIEL  Sep 24, 2020 ]  Staff

Loading articles...

TOP