Refrigeratedtransporter 3342 Rear View Safety Sensestat

Sensestat sees obstacles behind vehicles

Aug. 13, 2018
Learn about Rear View Safety's wireless obstacle detection system, the RVS-125 Sensestat.

Rear View Safety, a provider of vehicle safety solutions including backup camera systems, backup sensor systems, driver fatigue systems, mobile DVRs and dash cameras, knows that safety is not a competition.

The company has aligned with Mobile Awareness, allowing it to offer quality brand Mobile Awareness products that will now ship from their warehouses. Rear View Safety also has introduced a wireless obstacle detection system, the RVS-125 Sensestat.

This system warns drivers of potential obstacles behind their vehicles with a detection range of up to 8 feet away—done reliably and wirelessly. Simple and quick installation means there is no need to run excess cabling through the vehicle.

The SenseStat wireless backup sensor system provides the driver both active (audible) and passive (visual) warning indicators. This combination creates a parking sensor system that provides a greater means to avoid unnecessary backing accidents.

Completely waterproof, the wireless ECU (electronic control unit) includes multiple antenna installation options. Ideal for tractor-trailer rigs, a user can easily connect to any Sensestat-equipped trailer by simply pressing the monitor’s sync button.

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