ALP Setup Guide Part 5: Registering your AntiLaser Priority

Once you get your ALP, you’re going to want to register it. The main reason is that once you register, you’ll get notified of updates to your jammer as they’re released.

Jammers are not something that you just install and they’re good as-is forever. You’ll want to keep your jammers updated as new features are released, bugs are fixed, and most importantly, support is added for new laser guns that are released over time. Registering will sign you up for email notifications of the latest updates for your ALP which are important to keep up with.

Go here to register your ALP’s:

You’ll need the serial number for your ALP control box which is found both on the back of the big white control box, as well as the outside of the box it comes in. You’ll also need the serial numbers for the individual heads.

Save your control box serial number!

Write down the serial number for your control box and save it somewhere because you’ll need it again later to download firmware updates as they’re released.

You don’t need to save the serial numbers for the individual heads. Just the white control box.

ALP Control Box

Next let’s go in and update your ALP to the latest version.

Continue on to Part 6: Update to the Latest Software

ALP Setup Guide Sections:

  1. Why go with the AntiLaser Priority?
  2. Deciding how many heads you need
  3. Proper head placement
  4. Proper head installation
  5. Register your system
  6. Update to the latest software
  7. Configure your settings
  8. Get your setup tested
  9. How to use your jammers
  10. Installation & setup checklist
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    • dudeinnz on October 10, 2017 at 12:39 pm
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    If you purchase a second hand ALP setup (from RDF member), can you still register it? Or does it require un-registering from the original user and re-registering etc.


    1. That’s a good question. I’m not sure. Contact AntiLaser and see what they say.

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