If you understand electronics, most of this specification information will make sense to you. Otherwise, you can compare these specs to those of other detectors and see which numbers are better.

In the radar detector game, size matters.

Valentine One Specs

Antenna type: High-efficiency double-ridged horn
Operating frequencies: 10.500 – 10.550 GHz (X band)
24.050 – 24.250 GHz (K band)
33.400 – 36.000 GHz (Ka band)
13.400 – 13.500 GHz (Ku band): not used in U.S.
820 – 950 nanometers (Laser)
Power Requirements: 11.0-16.0 Volts DC negative ground
225 mA typical standby
425 mA maximum alarm condition
Dimensions: 4.5 in. L x 3.6 in. W x 1.0 in. H.
Weight: 6.4 ounces
Temperature Range: Operating: -20°C to +70°C (-4°F to +158°F)
Storage: -30°C to +85°C (-22°F to +185°F)


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Valentine One vs. Passport Max

Learn more about the detectors in this video: Escort Passport Max | Valentine One

Radar Detector Info

One amazing feature about the Valentine One is that the face is angled slightly left (towards the driver) so even with a center windshield mount, you can easily see the notifications. After owning a V1 for 6+ months, however, you will learn the alert sounds and understand whether or not it is a real threat that you are being alerted about.