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Product Guides > Reversing Sensors
Mon, Feb 11th 2013
Main Features of Reversing Sensor Kits
Reversing sensors are designed to aid you in performing those reversing manoeuvres that sometimes can end up being very embarrassing and expensive. Even for the most experienced of drivers, reversing in the wet, the dark or in a steamed up vehicle can be a nightmare. The Mobitronic Magic Watch range of reversing sensor systems use two, three or four sensors. The display unit can be fitted on to the dash or can be built in. See all the sensors and their differences on the 'displays' page.
All of our systems also have an acoustic warning function, self diagnosis function and are suitable for both 12V and 24V use. Our Reversing Sensors are guaranteed for one year after the purchase date.
Reversing is a tricky business, especially when you are not able to see what is behind you. Whether a car, truck, bus, motorhome or mobile market stall, as soon as you engage reverse gear there are risks everywhere: children playing, tight parking spaces, unfamiliar loading ramps and a whole host of un-foreseen dangers.
Accidents while reversing often have serious consequences. This applies especially to utility vehicles. Even strictly adhering to the traffic regulations cannot always prevent dangerous accidents. Not to mention that sometimes such situations are practically unavoidable.
Reversing sensors are designed to aid you in performing those reversing manoeuvres that sometimes can end up being very embarrassing and expensive. Even for the most experienced of drivers, reversing in the wet, the dark or in a steamed up vehicle can be a nightmare.