Sensor Connection Diagram
Sensor Detection Zones
1) Safe Zone – Slow “BEEP” Sound
2) Caution Zone – Fast “BEEP” Sound
3) Danger Zone – Continuous “BEEP” Sound
4) Sensor Location
IMPORTANT! The sensor installation steps are applicable to BOTH the flush-mounted and under-mounted sensor installations. The individual sensors are labeled A, B, C, and D. The sensors should be installed in the following order:
- Sensor A: Outer Driver Side
- Sensor B: Inner Driver Side
- Sensor C: Inner Passenger Side
- Sensor D: Outer Passenger Side
It is highly recommended to install all four (4) sensors for optimal coverage and results. The system will work with less than four (4) sensors if the vehicle configuration cannot accommodate all four.
For all setups, the installer MUST make certain that sensors are centered horizontally.
- Installation height for sensors should be between 2.5 ft. to 4 ft. above ground.
- Sensors A and D should be located 6” to 9” from the outer edge of the vehicle.
- When installing sensors, be certain the sensor is level, not at an angle.
- Surface to install sensors must be vertical and flat.
- When locating sensors, make certain that no part of vehicle (such as the hitch or other vehicle components) is within the 35° sensing range.
- Mount sensors under the bumper with included bracket and hardware or flush into bumper in a 1-3/8” pre-drilled hole.
5) Sensor Control Box Installation
Sensor System Operation
These 4 symbols indicate the sensors on the rear of the vehicle and the distance from the sensor to the nearest detected object. The display automatically integrates with the existing rear vision system (no special functions are required). The only user-controllable feature is the volume of the display for the audible “BEEP” tones. The following information will be displayed on the monitor when objects are detected behind the vehicle when the vehicle is in reverse.
Note: The volume of the audible “BEEP” tones on the external speaker is not adjustable.
1) SAFE ZONE:
2) CAUTION ZONE:
3) DANGER ZONE:
Always keep sensors clear from dirt, snow, and mud. Clean sensors with a soft towel and low-pressure water. High-pressure washing can be done from a distance of at least 3 ft. away per recommendations associated with an IP67 rating.