- ASA Electronics

- ASA Electronics
CVRPS14WI
Sensor System with Graphic
Overlay
Installation &Operation Manual
Table of Contents:
Installation Manual....................................................Page x thru x
Operations Manual....................................................Page x thru x
Hardware List:
PDC Module
OSD Module
Sensor extension cable x4
Rubber Supporters x 4
Sensor x 4
Button extension cable
Button
Power Cable
Manual
Introduction:
This graphic overlay system to work in conjunction with your camera and
monitor to provide rear parking assistance. There are a number of graphic and
sound options in the setup menu.
Safety Information:
THE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOU IN DETECTING
OBSTACLES AND WILL NOT REPLACE SAFE DRIVING PRACTICE.
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INSTALLATION
REQUIRED TOOLS
Electric Drill
Marker Pen
Tape Measure
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SPC5 (1 1/4”)
POSITION AND MARK BUMPER FOR DRILLING
INSERT THE SENSORS INTO THE RUBBER SUPPORTERS
Connect sensor to the
extension cable through
the supporter.
Then fix sensor to the
supporter.
Rear
View
Sensor marked
position must on the
upper side when
insert as the figure
shown.
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DRILL BUMPER
INSERT SENSORS INTO BUMPER
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CONNECT SENSORS TO THE EXTENSION CABLE
CONNECT SENSORS AND HARNESS TO CONTROL UNITS
CONNECT PDC MODULE AND OSD MODULE
CONNECT OSD MODULE WITH CAMEAR AND MONITOR
CONNECT CONTROL BUTTON CABLE WITH OSD MODULE
CONNECT WIRING HARNESS TO THE VEHICLE
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Black - Ground (Use the ring terminal to connect ground wire to vehicle body
directly)
Red - 12V/24V Reverse Power
ACTIVATE REVERSE GEAR TO TEST SENSOR FUNCTION
1. Start Vehicle
2. Place in Reverse Gear
3. The system should beep once within 1 second of activation. Please refer
to the self-check table for other start up codes.
4. Reference zone beeping frequency table and test system by reversing
vehicle to each zone and checking accuracy. Ensure test obstacle will
not damage car (such as cardboard) until test is successfully completed.
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ZONE BEEPING FREQUENCY TABLE
Zone
Frequency (Hz)
Remark
1
0
Constant Beeping
2
6.25
Fast Beeping
3
1.56
Slow Beeping
PDC SELF-CHECK TABLE:
Speaker Sound
Status
1 Beep
System is functioning good
2 Beeps
1 Sensor is disconnected/Damaged
3 Beeps
2-3 Sensors are disconnected/Damaged
4 Beeps
No sensors are connected
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OVERLAY SYSTEM SETUP AND CALIBRATION
Introduction
The PDC-OSD has two modes of operation, one is 'user mode', the other is ‘configuration mode’.
The following subsections describe user mode and configuration mode in detail.
Preparation for Setup
A camera and LCD monitor should be installed in conjunction with this PDC OSD system. Mount the camera
at a suitable height and angle to get a clear view of the rear of the vehicle and part of the rear bumper.
Ensure all connections are made before the system is powered up.
Remote Control
While in setup/configuration mode, the remote control buttons provide the following functions:
‘ENTER’ to validate an input, go to next screen;
‘+’ to increase or change a value;
‘-/Mute’ to decrease or change a value, also used for Mute function.
‘Mode’ to change units between ‘imperial’ and ‘metric’.
Note: On the value setting steps, if the ‘-‘ or ‘+’ button is pressed quickly, the value will be updated one by
one. But after 2 seconds of holding the button, the value will be updated quickly to speed up the adjustment of
the values. Mute function is not operational when in setup mode.
User Mode
1.
Menu Setting
1.1.Enter the User Mode
When system is active, push 'MODE' button to enter the user setting mode, this will bring up the user setting
menu(See figure 1).
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Figure 1:OSD Graphic Selection Menu
1.2
Select OSD graphic
Use '-' or '+' button to choose the OSD graphic style (see figure 1), push 'Enter' to confirm. Move the cursor
the 'Exit' to exit the user setting, or 'Next' to enter into PDC setting menu.
1.3
PDC Setting
The high light menus can be set (see figure 2), use 'Enter' button to select or deselect the menu, use '-' or '+'
button to move the cursor or change the setting value.
Figure 2:User Setting Menu
Volume, tone, Sensitivity of PDC can be adjusted on this screen.
Once complete press the ‘EXIT” button then restart the system when you see the power off icon
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2.
Mute Control
When system is not in the menu or configuration mode, push the 'Mute/-" button can activate the mute
function. The PDC volume can be mute (see figure 4).
To deactivate the mute function, the system needs to be powered down by removing the vehicle from reverse
gear
Figure 4: Mute Icon
Configuration& Calibration Mode
To enter the Configuration Mode: Turn on the system by placing the vehicle in reverse gear while also
pressing the ‘+’ button on the 4-button control unit. The first screen will show the OSD graphic setting menu
(see figure 1).
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Select the default OSD Graphic
Use '-' or '+' button to choose the OSD graphic style (see figure 1), push 'Enter' to confirm. Move the cursor to
'Exit' to exit the configuration setting, or to 'Next' to enter into PDC and OSD setting menu (see figure 5).
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Configuration Step 3: PDC and OSD Setting
Use 'Enter' button to select or deselect the menu, use '-' or '+' button to move the cursor or change the setting
value.
Figure 5:PDC and OSD Setting Menu
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Volume, Tone, and Sensitivity are for setting the sensor system preferences of the driver. Sensitivity should be
left at high unless the system is false alarming.
Rear Step is an added feature for use with trucks with an inbuilt rear step. It adds 1ft to the detection area
(from the actual sensor) to allow for the step.
PDC maximum detection range
"Rear Step" - Yes is: 1ft ~2.3ft ~ 3.6ft ~6.6ft "Rear Step - No" is: 0 ~ 1.3ft ~ 3.3ft ~ 6.6ft
Vehicle Type is for the graphic overlay and chooses either a car or SUV/Truck graphic.
The OSD system must be calibrated correctly so the camera footage, graphics and audible warnings are all in
synch.
The initial factory default settings must be modified to suit your installation. Here are the default settings:
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Menu
Default Value
OSD Graphic
Volume
Tone
Rear Step
Sensitivity
Vehicle Type
Camera Height
Camera Center Distance
Camera Quarter Distance
Vehicle Width
Camera Offset
1
8
1
Yes
High
SUV/Truck
113"
70"
100 3/4"
118"
-6"
Camera Installation Setting
The screen will show an image from the camera with a big red cross in its center and a small red cross at the
quarter position (see figure 6). Go behind the vehicle and place objects on the ground so they are directly
under the big cross and the little cross.
Figure 6: Image From The Camera with a Red Cross in the Center
4.1 Measures the distance from the object under the big center red cross to the point directly under the
camera on the ground. Record this value as the camera center distance.
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4.2Measures the distance from the center red cross to the quarter small red cross, record this value as the
camera quarter distance.
Measure offset
from camera to
center of image
Measure height
from camera
install location to
ground
Measure distance
from camera to
center of image
Figure 7: Camera Measurement
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Camera Height Configuration
Measures the height of the camera. The height can be entered at this configuration stage and indicated by the
height icon. When entering this stage, the last stored height value will be displayed.
Figure 8: Height Parameter Icon
Use the ‘+’ and ‘-’ buttons on the push button to change the value (see figure 8).
Note that the unit (metric or imperial) can be changed by ‘MODE’ button which is at the centre of the remote
control.
When the displayed height is entered, press the ‘ENTER’ button (top of the push button) to proceed to the
next configuration step. The default value is 113".
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Horizontal Distance from the Camera to Center of Large Red Cross Projected on the Ground
Figure 9: Distance Parameter Icon
Enter the horizontal distance from the ground directly below the camera to center of image as has been
recorded. Use ‘-‘ and ‘+‘ buttons to change the value of the distance from the camera to center of the image
on the screen to match with actual measured distance (see figure 9).
After setting the 2 distance parameters, press the ‘ENTER’ button at the top of the remote control. The default
value is 70".
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Distance from Camera Center Image (the big red cross) to the quarter image from right (small red
cross) as previously recorded.
Figure 10: Lens focus length setting Icon
Enter the horizontal distance from the camera to center of the big red cross to the center of the small red cross
as has been recorded. Use ‘-‘ and ‘+‘ buttons to change the value of the distance from the camera to center of
the image to quarter image size from right on the screen to match with actual measured distance (see figure
10).
After setting the width parameter, press ‘ENTER’ button at the top of push button to proceed to Configuration
Step 5.The default value is 100 3/4".
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Configuration Step 5: Guideline Width Configuration
Enter the width of the vehicle to create the guidelines (see figure 11).When entering this stage the last stored
width value will be displayed. Guideline width is set to the width of the vehicle and adjustable from 39 1/2" to
118".The default value is 118".
Figure 11: Width Parameter Icon
After setting the width parameter, press ‘ENTER’ button at the top of push button to proceed to Configuration
Step 6.
9.
Camera Offset Setting
Figure 12: Camera Offset Parameter Icon
This is the offset setting step as indicated by the camera offset icon (see figure 12).When entering this step
the last stored offset value will also be displayed. The default value is -6"
Use the ‘-‘ and‘+’ buttons on the push button to change the offset parameter values.
When the displayed offset is entered; press the ‘ENTER’ button to proceed.
Guideline offset from the center of the number plate can be adjusted from -191/2" to +191/2".
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Complete the Configuration Mode
One the Power Off icon (see figure 3)appears on screen, the system should be shut down by taking the
vehicle out of reverse gear. This will save the settings. The next time the system is restarted the new settings
will appear.
Configuration Done.
For further technical support call:
1-877-305-0445
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