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Beltronics RX65i / RX65z Radar/Laser Detector.

Beltronics RX65i / RX65z
Beltronics RX65i / RX65z

The RX65i is specially programmed for use in European countries. The RX65i is the most advanced windshield radar detector that Beltronics has ever developed. It is the tool of choice for the serious road warrior".

Target Automotive have done the main modifications on this unit to meet the special requirement's for Europe.

What's New?

It now covers the UK, Ireland and teh RoI, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Denmark, Poland and North America.

You can also turn the frequencies on and off as you want.

New technology has been added to reduce the likelihood of a false alarm such as GSM De-sensing Technology and suppression filters, they work well, I used to have to turn off the 990i when I was on the phone, the RX65 does not suffer the same problem. It has made a big difference as well, its so quiet you almost forget its there.

The audio is still very clear and loud. The display is easy to read and bright enough to deal with the sun on it. It sits on its suckers and bracket well with little vibration.


Testing Times...

Approaching back of Gatso. Range in feet (metres)
  • Bel RX65 - 730ft (222m) = 8.2 second warning at 60mph

Other detectors in this test for comparison as the distances can vary from test to test.

  • Cheetah - 740ft (225m) = 8.4 second warning at 60mph
  • Bel 966 - 745ft (227m) = 8.4 second warning at 60mph
  • Morpheous Radar Head - 750ft (228m) = 8.5 second warning at 60mph
  • Valentine One (2002 Edition) - 680ft (207m) = 7.7 second warning at 60mph

Please note: Detection range will vary depending on mounting position and type of car and wind screen. We suggest you try different positions in you vehicle to maximise range. If you are approaching the face of a gatso you can expect ranges of 3x what is shown above in most cases.

Speed v Distance covered.
30mph = 44ft/sec
40mph = 58ft/sec
50mph = 73ft/sec
60mph = 88ft/sec
70mph = 102ft/sec

Laser Gun Test.

The Laser gun was used in two ways, the first test was directly at the car with the detector in it, although the detector worked and was instant on alarm, if the officer used the first reading you were in trouble. However they often take a few readings so you may have a chance to slow. The second test was to have two cars in front and the operator target the first car and see if there was enough scatter for the third car to get an alarm, it was not a problem for the Bel we had an alarm in all three runs.

In our opinion you could get a warning or you could get nicked when it come to the Laser alert mode.

False Alarms.

False alarms are low and more than acceptable.

Can we recommend it, YES, we can

Its a class leader! Its simply Brilliant! Worth every penny!
It sets an even higher standard for radar detector quality and performance.

What do we like. What don't we like.
  • It's performance
  • Clear easy to read display
  • Voice Alert
  • Loud Clear Sounds
  • Selectable Frequencies
  • User menu functions
  • Low False alarms
  • Build Quality
  • Instructions
  • Good choice of mounts
  • Warranty
  • Upgrade facility
  • Soft case
  • Not Much
  • Price, (The price has gone up by quite a bit why?)

Accessories (included)
  • Visor, Dash and Windscreen Mountings
  • 1.8 Meter Coiled Power Cable
  • Power Lead (straight) - 1.1 meters
  • Non-Skid Dash Mat (Radar Express only)
  • Carrying Pouch
  • Spare Fuse
  • 2 Year Warranty from selected retailers
Operating Temperatures: (-20 to +70 degrees C)

Power Supply Requirements:
9.6 to 16.0 volt range, 250mA.


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