Designed with the motorcyclist in mind, the TPX Radar & Laser Detector Main Console is water, shock, and vibration resistant. It features oversized buttons for ease of use with riding gloves. Its large, angled, top-positioned LCD optimizes viewing from all riding positions and is easily viewable in direct sunlight. Now includes LED Visual Alert!
The Main Console is designed to be used with the TPX™ Wireless Headset or TPX™ Visual Alert. It has a 3.5mm mono auxiliary-out jack for integration with other audio or communication systems. Powered directly from the motorcycle’s battery with the included Wiring Harness.
The Main Console detects all police radar and laser bands and is certified by Speed Measurement Labs, an independent laboratory considered by many to be the leader in the field of radar detector testing.
When used with the Universal Adapter (included), the main console can be attached to any Techmount standard top plate or Techmount Quick Change Adapter.
-Exceptional Radar and Laser Detection
-Water Resistant Construction
-Shock and Vibration Resistant Design
-Oversize, Backlit Control Buttons
-Angled, Backlit, Daylight Visible LCD
-LED Visual Alert included
-Compatible with other Communication or Audio Systems
"The TPX saved us from costly tickets-both in and out of town-more times than we care to remember. Think of it as the next best thing to a get-out-of-jail-free card."
Cycle World October 2008
"AdaptivTechnologies is the maker of a well thought out weatherproof radar detector designed for bikes with large buttons (easy to use with gloves) and large visual alerts on the handle bars or windshield with wireless interface to helmet sound. Their unique detector is called the TPX. It mounts to any handlebar with their custom mounts and has proven its performance by attending three SML field tests. It tested well in our Annual Radar Detector test and is truly designed for motorcycles."
Speed Measurement Laboratories
TPX Radar/Laser Detector with Visual Alert and Universal Mount
Produced by Adaptive Technologies of USA