West Australia Using UltraLyte with Long Range Lens for Speed Enforcement

by kharrold 2. October 2014 10:26

No nonsense enforcement recently started in the western part of Australia using the LTI 20/20 UltraLyte fashioned with a long-range lens, as seen in this video below. Australian news sources report that fines will be up to 5 times higher than before September 26, 2014, when the new enforcement began. The increased police presence and fines are warranted because Western Australia has one of the worst road safety records in the country.

Watch the UltraLyte Being Used in West Australia
Perth Now - 9-25-2014

WA Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan Police spoke about the seriousness of these offenses. "These driving behaviors – speeding, failure to wear seatbelts and operating a mobile phone while driving can result in serious injury and death." Combinations of offences, like not wearing a seatbelt and using a mobile phone at the same time will lose their license. The LTI 20/20 UltraLyte speed gun provides unmatched versatility with a range of models and add-ons, allowing officers like those featured in this story to customize enforcement. Read the full story here.

All UltraLyte models have pinpoint targeting, which is the only effective way to enforce speeds within multilane traffic. The laser's beam is only about 3 feet wide when it reaches a distance of 1000 feet away, allowing officers to visually identify a speeding vehicle, pinpoint its exact location on the roadway, and then validate its precise speed.

Another reason the UltraLyte has maintained constant and long-term global popularity is LTI's exclusive Accuracy Validation software, which ensures the accuracy of every speed measurement before it even displays reading in the device. Every UltraLyte model has a high-impact waterproof casing that has been proven time and time again it's ability to hold up to the harshest conditions. To find out if the UltraLyte is right for your department call 1-877-696-2584 to set up a demonstration free of charge.

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