How it Works
When the driver puts the truck into reverse, the Search Eye Sensor System activates infrared sensors mounted across the rear of the vehicle. Inside the cab, an indicator light on the control box tells the driver that the system is in operation, leaving the driver free to concentrate on mirrors. As long as the Search Eye Sensors don't detect any objects behind the truck, the driver is able to back up as usual.
In situations where the vehicle is required to come in close proximity to an object, for example, to make a delivery to a loading dock or structure, the driver can simply bypass the braking function. Should something enter the Search Eye Sensor field, the system still provides an audible warning.
Search Eye offers the driver peace of mind, drastically limits company liabilities and most importantly, saves lives!
As soon as an object enters the Search Eye Sensor field, the system engages and automatically applies the brakes. Without waiting for costly reaction time from the driver, Search Eye protects the driver, the vehicle, and the object by instantly triggering the braking system and notifying the driver with an audible alarm in the cab. Both the brakes and alarm stay on until the path is clear, or the driver takes the transmission out of reverse.
Watch it in Action
• 1 cab mounted control box with audible and visual alerts.
• Depending on the size of the vehicle, 2, 3 or 4 Search Eye sensors can be installed on the rear of the vehicle to provide sensing coverage.
• Customized options are available, including a large red light affixed to the cab control box in addition to or in substitution for the automatic Search Eye braking feature.
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