Did you ever figure out a way to use the 360? I have one and am trying to figure it out.That's good to know. I've been a big fan of the escort max 360 line and in particular the redline max 360c as it just has such superior range and direction detection capabilities. Still waiting to get the final word from Escort, but people should know that neither their high-end max 360 line of radar detectors nor the accessory camera can tolerate the 15-16v output the Tesla kicks out in the low voltage outlet. It just really sucks. $1000 a pop down the drain, plus a ticket...
Do you have any details on install for this? I’ve seen a couple of threads with a v1 install but nothing concrete.My Valentine 1 Gen 2 has been running just fine and reporting 15.1V.
I think most Automotive devices might peak out at around 15V because most ICE cars easily output 14.5V. If your Escorts truly burned out at 15-ish volts they are not very well designed for $1000.00 radar detector. My V1 is $399.00 and works awesome. Especially with V1Driver (iOS) which integrates it into the car audio system.
Runs off 12” mirror tap. And behind PPF to keep it cool and out of site. Nice and tidy. Easy to hide from service too.
Do you have any details on install for this? I’ve seen a couple of threads with a v1 install but nothing concrete.
The damn mirror housing looks and feels like its on there really tight.
Seems like a lot of expense and honky wiring, jury rigging to have a kids radar detector, when just following the posted speed law which is in place for everyones safety will work every time in avoiding being stopped. At least it’s worked for me for the last 50 years. For what one would save on not buying the radar detector, you can buy a Ryobi cordless air pump And a spare battery, and forget the darn 16V Tesla plug. What a concept
I would use the USB-C PD cable above, it's a lot cheaper and easier, as long as your detector doesn't need more than 2A.inserting this voltage stabilizer between the tesla 12v outlet and the escort redline 360c that will get installed today. Given the initial report above, seems like a reasonable way to protect an expensive electronic device at a price of maybe 10-15% of the device cost. If additional dashcams added down the road will connect them to this also. In my past experience as a ham radio operator, it was a money saving measure to use power conditioners similar to this between the AC or DC power sources and very expensive electronic equipment.