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Kustom Signals Announces New Smart 650 Radar Speed Trailer

April 28, 2015  | 

Photo: Kustom Signals
Photo: Kustom Signals

Kustom Signals, Inc., has released the Smart 650 RADAR speed trailer. This highly visible trailer has a 12-inch rounded character, full matrix LED display with flashing overspeed violator alert and multiple optional violator alerts including red "Slow" LEDs, red-blue flashing bars, and white LED photo strobe.

The Smart 650 is rugged and features Kustom Signals' directional radar. The trailer is lightweight and easily deployed. It comes standard with a 5-year warranty, which includes all trailer electronics covering the display, Kustom directional radar, and the optional solar panel and traffic statistics computer. The Smart 650 is designed to be continuously operational for up to 10 days with the use of one battery. An optional second battery or solar panel can be used for autonomous operation. A wireless remote control is provided for easy roadside programming. All of this is delivered for $5,000 in the continental U.S.

About Kustom Signals

Established in 1965, Kustom Signals, Inc., an MPD Inc. company, designs and manufactures a complete line of speed enforcement, speed awareness, and in-car video systems for law enforcement agencies, along with the Contour product line. For more information, visit www.KustomSignals.com.

About MPD, Inc.

MPD, Inc. was established in 1987 and is headquartered in Owensboro, KY. MPD's customers include U.S. and foreign military services and their contractors, avionics manufacturers, law enforcement organizations, industrial companies and commercial concerns. For more information, visit www.mpdinc.com.

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