ASA Electronics introduces six-channel rear sensor system

ASA Electronics introduces six-channel rear sensor system

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ASA Electronics has introduced the Voyager CVPS19 Rear Sensor System, a proximity sensor system that offers six-channel capability. The CVPS19 system comes standard with four sensors to be installed along the rear bumper or body of the vehicle.

Two additional sensors can be added to the base system to detect obstructions along the roofline like awnings, signs, and low-hanging tree branches.

The module provides an overlay displayed on the monitor screen to give the driver visual cues when the vehicle gets too close to other objects. This updated onscreen display is designed to limit obstruction of the camera view while still providing important safety information. In addition to the visual alerts on screen, the CVPS19 also provides audible alerts through the monitor speakers.

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