Parking Sensors: The INs and OUTs of Parking Sensors​

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Most drivers will agree that parking is one of the trickiest things about regular day-to-day driving.
So, let’s talk Sens(ors) with our Parking Sensors 101.

Sometimes people find themselves attempting to manoeuvre their vehicles back and forth
multiple times before getting it right. Some give up on using their rear-view
and side mirrors entirely and go as far as sticking their head out the window
to gauge the space around the car and know exactly where the rear and front
bumpers are.

People who struggle with parking might not own a car that has modern features such as
rear-view mirror monitors and a parking sensor system. Parking sensors are
proximity sensors for vehicles that alert the driver of obstacles when driving.
The technology uses either electromagnetic or ultrasonic sensors. What does
that mean you might ask? Keep reading to learn more.

Ultrasonic Parking Sensors

Ultrasonic parking sensor systems calculate the proximity of your car from an object like
the way bats and dolphins use echolocation. Ultrasonic sensors use high-frequency
sound waves by emitting sound pulses that reflect off nearby objects. The
frequency of the sound pulses is so high that you cannot hear them—although
your dog will. The sensors connect to an alert system that warns you with
acoustic tones when you are getting too close to an object.

Park Like A Pro

Parking sensors are best paired with backup cameras and rear-view mirror monitors. The sensors alert you with sounds while the backup camera and rear-view mirror monitors provide you with an unobstructed view of what is behind you,
enhancing blind-spot visibility.

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