EPS-FRONT front parking sensor kit
The EPS-FRONT is activate by pressing the included push-button switch that mounts discretely in the area under your steering wheel for easy access. It is designed to facilitate the manoeuvres when advancing against an obstacle (car, wall, walking step etc.).
The approaching of the obstacle is signalled with three different sounds: alert signal, alarm and risk of contact..
The control unit can be positioned in the cabin under the dshboard on driver's side while the speaker (buzzer), as big as a 1 euro coin, it is easily applicable under the dashboard itself.
These three types of alerts sound:
Bips with increasing frequency (alert signal) EPS alerts you of presence and approach of the obstacles.
SIntermittent sound at a medium frequency (alarm).
EPS informs that the obstacles is at a distance variable between 30 and 15 cm from the bumper.
Continuous sound low-frequency (risk of contact).
The bumper is 15-10 cm close the obstacle.
Universal and customizable
Adjustable sensitivity. With the new rear parking sensor EPS-DUAL 3.0 you can choose between four different calibrations; this to facilitate installation on most cars.
The sensor antenna
Antenna sensor 3.50 meters long: With a longer antenna sensor you can install the EPS-FRONT even on very long car bumpers like campers and motor home. Can be cut to the length of the bumper.
Width = 4,0 cm
Length = 8,5 cm
Height = 2 cm
Voltage range: 9,5V to 18V
Maximum current consumption: 70 mA
Operating temperature:: -20 to +90 °C
Length = 1 m
Buzzer / push button
Length = 80 cm
Length = 2 m
Shielded cable for your connection Central Unit-antenna sensor
Length = 3,5 m (Can be cut to the length of the bumper)
Width= 1 cm
Thickness = 0,07 mm
Antenna sensor to be applied inside the bumper
Special butyl mastic
Length = 12 cm
Width = 2,5 cm
Thickness = 3 mm
Adhesive mastic for fixing the ends of the antenna sensor
Please contact us if you have any doubts about the compatibility of your vehicle.
Vehicles not compatible with the parking sensor EPS-FRONT:
Jeep Wrangler | BMW Z4 (2007) | Fiat Ducato | Land Rover Defender