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post Sun, 26 Jun 2022 - 14:22
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Question about Truvelo Cameras (the ones with 2 separate poles). Camera in question is rear facing (rear of vehicle), how far do these check speed up to. If I were to go past the camera, the 3 lines at the red light intersection. And then was to accelerate, would I be able to get a speeding ticket. Have linked the camera in question.,-1....cERCoJw!2e0

Hope that makes sense. Thanks.
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post Sun, 26 Jun 2022 - 14:22
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post Sun, 26 Jun 2022 - 14:48
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The speed is only measured by the buried sensors - which activates the secondary check.

If you’ve cleared the sensors (around the stop line) within the threshold then they cannot activate.

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post Sun, 26 Jun 2022 - 15:22
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That's not a traditional TruVelo camera (i.e. forward facing with a magenta flash), it's more commonly called a RedSpeed, as it can perform a dual function as a speed camera and red light camera. It's really designed to catch the "amber gamblers" that speed up when the light changes. The second pole is just a flash unit.

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