At Essex Parking Sensors, we offer our clients a wide variety of accessories to make driving your vehicle more entertaining, more comfortable, and safer. One convenience and safety feature that you may not know you can add to your vehicle is a reverse camera. Adding a reverse camera to your vehicle can help take the stress out of parallel parking in a tight spot, as well as make it quicker and easier to maneuver in traffic. It is also a great safety feature, since you will see what's behind you without turning your head.
If you think that parking sensors are not your thing, why not choose a state of the art reverse camera.
Whether you struggle with reverse parking or do it with ease, a reverse camera is the only way you can ensure maximum protection from hitting out-of-view obstructions and make accurate judgements in your manoeuvres.
A Ford Transit Reverse Camera consists of a camera that mounts on the back of your vehicle and is connected to the car's original display. When you put the car into reverse, you will be able to see obstacles, pedestrians, vehicles, and other safety hazards behind you.
Today, the situation has become customary when the streets and parking lots are filled with a large number of vehicles. Therefore, the driver often has difficulty parking and reversing when the space to maneuver is limited. Naturally, this can lead to accidents and damage to your own, and possibly someone else’s car.
Many car owners have had to deal with situations when various factors complicate parking, for example, dirty car windows, poor lighting, etc.
The camera is installed in the regular place of the license plate light for Ford cars (Fiesta, Focus, Transit Custom, Transit Connect, Mondeo, Kuga, Puma, etc) and transmits the image to the monitor located in the car. Timely receipt of information about everything behind the car allows you to make the right decision and avoid accidents, scratches and damage.
Among the modern innovations that can be installed on a car, one can single out a reverse camera.
It greatly simplifies maneuvering in a confined space.
The reverse camera displays an image with superimposed virtual markings due to the location of the gyroscope. If the car was delivered without such an option, then you can contact us to have it installed.
Compliance with the recommendations will avoid problems.
The original video camera is found on a large number of different configurations of a similar car. It has the following features:
Standard devices shoot with a range of 170 degrees.
A device that has an IP69K protection class is installed. It provides a long service life at relatively low humidity.
Image quality is HD. When driving at night, there is a chance of graininess.
The device applies virtual markings that represent the setting area. By complicating the design, the manufacturer made adaptive markings, it changes depending on the angle of the vehicle.
For driving in the dark, there is a night vision mode.
Some of the key benefits of installing a backup camera in your Ford include:
- Reduced risk of dangerous backup accidents, 31% of which impact children younger than five according to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration.
- Eliminated blind spots, which lower the chances of costly property damage in a collision with an obstacle.
- On-screen guidelines that make it easier to park and back your Ford into tight spaces.
- A close-up trailer view for those who use their Ford for towing, which improves the safety of your cargo.
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