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Parking sensors are installed into the rear bumper bar of your vehicle, they can be colour matched to blend in with the exterior. Chrome and rubber mounted sensors are also available if your vehicle has metal bumper bars. Parking sensors work from a range of 3 meters to 0.3, which provides ample warning of vehicles and smaller obstacles hidden in the blind spot behind your vehicle.
Parking sensors work in conjunction with an internal siren, (hidden from view) that increases in frequency as you approach the object. Typical parking sensors have either two or four sensors, a control interface and an internal siren for audible warning. More advanced systems combine visual displays, integrate into factory screens and are also available for the front of your vehicle for total perimeter coverage.
Who really needs a reverse camera? Everyone could benefit from the installation of a reverse camera and they aren’t just for large vehicles or 4WD’S. Most modern vehicles suffer from poor rear visibility, with some having blind zones in excess of 10 metres. Reverse cameras are great for safety, convenience and extra peace of mind. Small children, animals and obstacles are easily obscured from view when behind even the smallest of vehicles and the addition of a reverse camera will drastically improve rear vision.
Matching a quality camera with an aftermarket, vehicle specific screen or factory fitted GPS navigation unit is possible and makes for a seamless installation. It is important to select quality components to ensure accuracy and performance in even the most difficult conditions like rain and darkness.
The combinations of products and applications are seemingly endless, it’s generally best to talk directly to us about which reverse camera or parking sensor installation best suits your needs, and remember if its installed by us, the installation is guaranteed for life.