Front Corner & Cycle Protect

Xvision Front Corner & Cycle Protect system audibly alerts the driver of objects, such as pedestrians and cyclists. This system is particularly useful in urban areas where there is an ever increasing trend of cyclists overtaking slow moving vehicles on the nearside. Sensors protect the whole of the nearside of the tractor unit warning the driver of both stationary and moving obstacles such as bollards, cyclists or pedestrians. The audible warnings make the driver aware through a series of beeps helping to prevent accidental damage and serious injury to individuals in this notoriously difficult area of the vehicle.

The risk of nearside corner, step and side damage as well as third party damage and personal injury is greatly reduced.

A driver-friendly buzzer with 3 stage adjustable volume emits an intermittent beep when an object/hazard enters the initial detection zone of 60cm, at the critical proximity of 30cm the beep becomes a constant tone alerting the driver of the imminent danger.

Specifically designed and developed for the commercial truck and coach market, Xvision proximity systems use revolutionary new Vehicle Powerline Communication (VPC), ultrasonic sensors and DataCAN technology. Combined with a sophisticated noise reduction system to reduce false alarms from rain or wind, Xvision can provide greater safety and convenience than ever before.

To download a Proximity Systems Function Guide for Commercial Vehicles CLICK HERE

For more information or to arrange a free consultation call Steve Atkinson on 07733 136 638 or email: steve.atkinson@xvisionsystems.com

Front Corner and Cycle Protect System 

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