Snooper S2 neo GPS speed camera detector provides alerts to both fixed and mobile speed camera locations via the AURA speed camera database across the UK.
The simple and easy to use Snooper S2 neo alerts the user via an audio tone and red or blue LED's depending whether you are driving above or below the speed limit at the speed cameras location.
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Snooper S2 neo uses the latest GPS technology to alert you to the presence of all fixed and mobile speed cameras and many officially designated accident hotspots across the UK. The Snooper S2 neo mounts simply and easily to your vehicles dashboard or windscreen and powers from the cigarette lighter socket. Real time updates from Snooper's AURA speed camera database can be downloaded via the Internet (PC required) as often as you like ensuring that your Snooper S2 neo is always up to date.
Snooper S2 neo GPS speed camera detector includes two new features, Auto-Ranging and Speed Sensitive visual alerts.
You no longer have to set the detection range as the Snooper S2 neo automatically calculates the distance required depending on the speed limit. 200metre pre-warning of a camera in a 30mph zone up to 500metre pre-warning in a 70mph zone.
Speed Sensitive Alerts
New Speed Sensitive Alerts means that you can safely and easily keep a check on your speed. When approaching a speed camera or high risk zone the Snooper S2 neo will flash the red LED's if you are over the limit or the blue LED's if you are under the limit ensuring that you are always travelling at the correct speed. Upgrades quickly and easily from your PC using AURA speed camera databases ensuring your highest concentration at all times.
Snooper AURA speed camera database
The Snooper S2 neo, like all Snooper speed camera detectors, gets it speed camera data from the Snooper AURA speed camera database. The database provides advanced warnings to both fixed and mobile speed camera locations across the UK, Europe and in a growing number of other countries across the World. The database is constantly updated with the latest locations. Click here to read more about the AURA speed trap database.
Snooper S2 neo Features
‣4 LED Display
‣Speed camera database covers UK
‣Speed Sensitive Alerts
‣User location memory
‣Power on/off and volume control
‣Speed camera updates via USB
‣Ultra slim, ultra compact
‣Fully Portable, easy to transfer from vehicle to vehicle
‣Utilises AURA UK speed camera database
‣2 Years manufacturers warranty
Mount the Snooper S2 neo GPS in a suitable position on the dashboard or windscreen and connect it to the vehicles cigarette lighter socket.
PC System Requirements
To download and successfully update the Snooper S2 neo's GPS speed camera database, you will need a PC running either Windows XP (32-Bit), Windows Vista (32-Bit), Windows 7 (32-Bit) with an internet connection. Please note: the S2 neo, as with all Snooper products, is not Apple MAC compatible.
What's in the box? (when purchased from ActiveGPS.co.uk)
‣Snooper S2 neo
‣2 Metre Straight Power Lead
‣Windscreen Mounting Bracket
‣Snooper S2 neo Software CD-Rom
‣Snooper S2 neo User Guide
Snooper S2 neo Accessories
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Snooper S2 neo Technical Specification
‣Display: 4 LED
‣Power: 12-24 volt DC in-vehicle power socket
‣Installation: Plug and play
‣Dimensions: Width - 99mm, Height - 99mm, Depth - 33mm
‣Snooper S2 neo manual
ActiveGPS is an Official Snooper Internet Supplier
ActiveGPS.co.uk (parent company Active Alliance Limited) is an Official Snooper Internet Supplier No: PP1310. The Snooper official Internet supplier network has been created to protect UK consumers from stolen and counterfeit goods. In addition as an official supplier we have the expertise to provide you with the best before and after sales service. For further information please click on the logo to the right.
Page last updated: 25th October 2016