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Re: AES in action!

Postby alyem » Wed Nov 14, 2012 11:35 pm

Is this the same location??
Top and bottom are the same photo.
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Re: AES in action!

Postby sobamy » Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:20 am

OngCC wrote:AES in action! Was captured by my nuvi 2575R while passing by, hopefully not shooting at me...
Location: N2.97345 E101.67736

AESx2.jpg ... =3&theater ... =3&theater

Thanks for info Bro OngCC. This spot is well covered in our
AES Camera - B KM 6.6 Kajang-Puchong@90 at N2.97357 E101.67700.
Trigger point set at 2km will alert drivers of this spot. :D
Believe you were alerted of this if you were speeding :mrgreen:
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Re: AES in action!

Postby sobamy » Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:26 am

ace wrote:Wow... you reduce your speed by 4km/h. :lol: :mrgreen:

By the way, nice photo capture of the speed camera... =D>

At 70km/h, Bro OngCC should be safe :lol:
JPJ's SL is 90km/h...
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Re: AES in action!

Postby purpleray » Thu Nov 15, 2012 9:46 am

tiensheng wrote:
purpleray wrote:
alyem wrote:Last Sunday I was driving pass this same area from Subang to Kajang.
No car next to me, it FLASH!
And I was driving 60-65 km/h.

Wonder what was the limit speed? 30km/h?

i also confuse... i think it flash the other side or maybe both side because (ada 2 tiang).. :-?

there is 2 tiang because it shoots the left , middle and right lane ....
1 camera can't cover all 3 lanes :P hahahaha

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Re: AES in action!

Postby mh1426 » Thu Nov 15, 2012 1:15 pm

I think the AES camera is shooting at the downhill section of the road while the AES camera itself located at the ascending section (towards Shell area, but I could be wrong. I lived nearby 8-) but wasn't too sure of the road gradient. :ko: )

But its unfair if the AES flashes for violation at the downhill area. Naturally, the speed would increase going downhill, unless slammed the brake then another story :D . I'll update once I get back home in a few days.

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Re: AES in action!

Postby wahladino » Tue Jan 01, 2013 3:05 pm

Some trending , after 3 big yellow camera zon sign board, wow lah...AES ahead.

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