Valeo Post Equipements is their compatibility with a wide range of vehicles. Whether you own a passenger car or a Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) operating on a 12V system, Valeo's kits can be easily integrated. This versatility makes their products suitable for a diverse range of applications, catering to the needs of various vehicle owners.
One of the key features of Valeo Post Equipements is their accurate detection capabilities. Their range consists of three primary options: Beep and Park Range, Park Vision, and Safe Side.
Beep and Park:
Beep and Park Range includes parking sensors that employ ultrasonic sound produced by transducers. These transducers operate using either the piezoelectric effect or the magnetostrictive effect. By utilizing such advanced technology, Valeo ensures precise detection of obstacles, minimizing the risk of accidents while parking or maneuvering in tight spaces.
The Beep and Park Range kits are designed to be non-intrusive to the vehicle's onboard electronics. They are not connected to the car's CAN (Controller Area Network) network, thereby avoiding any potential disruptions or interference. This careful consideration for the vehicle's existing systems demonstrates Valeo's commitment to maintaining the integrity of the car's electronics while providing an effective parking aid.
Valeo Parkvision™ ist die ideale Lösung zum Parken an Stellen, die eng oder schlecht sichtbar sind.Park Vision, offered by Valeo Post Equipements, is an advanced parking assistance system designed to make parking easier and safer for drivers. Park Vision operates by utilizing a combination of cameras and sensors to provide a comprehensive view of the vehicle's surroundings, helping the driver maneuver with confidence.
Valeo Safe Side:
Unlike parking sensor kits, the Valeo safe side utilities radar sensors uses an electromagnetic wave to measure the distance and speed of an moving object. The Valeo Safe Side system is designed to work in real-time, providing immediate feedback to the driver. This helps to improve situational awareness and reduce the risk of accidents caused by blind spot-related issues.
When the Safe Side sensors detect an object or an obstacle in the vehicle's blind spot, they send a signal to the system's Electronic Control Unit (ECU). The ECU processes this information and triggers a warning signal to the driver. The warning signal can be in the form of an audible alert.This alert notifies the driver that there is a potential hazard in their blind spot, allowing them to take appropriate action, such as adjusting their position or slowing down to avoid a collision.