PreView® Side Defender
PreView® Side
Defender™
SDR8503 & SDL8503
System Operating Manual
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Contents
Overview .................................................................................................................. 1
Product Description ............................................................................................ 1
Other Sensor Features ....................................................................................... 3
In-cab LED Display .............................................................................................. 3
Sensor Interfaces and Configuration................................................................. 4
System Connections ........................................................................................... 5
System Operation ............................................................................................... 5
Technical Data .................................................................................................... 6
Sensor Connector Description ........................................................................... 6
Regulatory Compliance .......................................................................................... 9
Installation ........................................................................................................... 10
Sensor Mounting ............................................................................................. 10
Mounting Tolerances ....................................................................................... 10
Keep Out/Interference Zones ......................................................................... 11
Sensor Mounting Procedure ........................................................................... 12
Initial System Power Up and Test ....................................................................... 13
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 14
Object Detection Capability ................................................................................ 15
Notes on Safety and Risks .............................................................................. 16
Owner Responsibilities .................................................................................... 16
PreView® Side Defender™ Daily Maintenance ................................................... 17
Warranty Information .......................................................................................... 19
Tables
Table 1.
Operator Display Description .............................................................. 4
Figures
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
Figure 5.
Figure 6.
Figure 7.
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
Figure 10.
Figure 11.
PreView® Side Defender™ Radar Sensor ..................................... 1
Horizontal Detection Zone .............................................................. 2
In-cab LED Display Unit ................................................................... 3
Wiring Connections ......................................................................... 5
PreView® Side Defender™ Radar Dimensions ............................. 6
Deutsch Connector Pin Out ............................................................ 7
Sensor Specifications ..................................................................... 8
Sensor Position on Vehicle ...........................................................10
Vertical and Horizontal Angle Mounting Tolerances....................11
Keep Out Zones.............................................................................11
Object Reflection ...........................................................................16
FCC STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try and correct the interference.
INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT
Per RSS-Gen, Section 8.4 This device complies with Industry Canada
license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
Par RSS - Gen, Section 8.4 Cet appareil est conforme à Industrie
Canada exempts de licence standards RSS. Le fonctionnement est
soumis aux deux conditions suivantes : (1 ) ce dispositif ne peut pas
provoquer d'interférences et ( 2) cet appareil doit accepter toute
interférence , y compris les interférences qui peuvent causer un
mauvais fonctionnement de l'appareil.
TRADEMARKS
The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may
be the trademarks of their respective owners. Any rights not expressly
granted herein are reserved.
Patent pending.
Overview
This document describes the PreView ® Side Defender™ radar system
manufactured by PRECO® Electronics, located in Boise, Idaho, USA.
There are two different systems described in this manual, the right
(passenger) side system, model SDR8503 and the left side system,
model SDL8503. This document covers the components that comprise
the Side Defender™ radar systems – the Side Defender™ radar sensor,
the PreView® in-cab display and the sensor/display interconnect cable.
This document may be amended, corrected, and enhanced in keeping
with the sensor development progress.
Figure 1.
PreView® Side Defender™ Radar Sensor
Product Description
The PreView® Side Defender™ radar is a small, rugged radar sensor
designed by Preco® Electronics for side blind zone object detection in
heavy duty over-the-road applications. When combined with an in-cab
display, it alerts drivers to objects in the side blind zones of heavy
trucks, busses, waste trucks, utility trucks, fire/ambulance and other
heavy and medium-duty on-road vehicles. If provided vehicle speed
over a J1939 CAN-bus interface, the Side Defender™ has intelligent
modes of operation that help minimize false alerts due to fixed objects
such as guardrails, while still providing reliable side object detection.
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The sensor frequency band is legal throughout most of the world, but
check with PRECO® Electronics or your country’s regulations before
purchasing.
The Side Defender™ radar works in adverse weather conditions, has a
wide operating temperature range, is sealed to meet IP69K, withstands
high vibration and shock levels, and is maintenance free. Side
Defender™ radar sensors include an 8-pin Deutsch connector pigtail as
shown in Figure 1.
Using a frequency modulated transmit waveform (FMCW), the Side
Defender™ radar measures radial range, speed and angle, reflectivity,
and other parameters of multiple stationary and moving targets
simultaneously. This radar sensor has a wide horizontal field of view up
to +/-75°, optimized for side object detection in large trucks and
busses. The horizontal field-of-view is approximately 40 feet along the
sides and 10 feet wide as shown in Figure 2. This is designed to cover
one traffic lane adjacent the truck, while looking forward and aft
approximately 20 feet (6m).
Figure 2.
Horizontal Detection Zone
PreView® Side Defender™ radar can detect people, bicycles and other
cars/trucks within the detection zone, providing a visual alert on the incab LED display, as well as an audible alert if the turn signal is
deployed. Figure 3 shows the in-cab LED display.
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The Side Defender™ radar sensor performance is not affected by other
PreView® Side Defender™ radar or similar sensors operating in close
proximity with each other.
Other Sensor Features
The Side Defender™ radar has a continuous Built-In-Self-Test (BIST) that
notifies the operator display of sensor failure within a fraction of a
second. This test functions by monitoring the transmit and receive
performance as well as other internal operations.
The Side Defender™ radar can also determine if the face of the sensor
is blocked with excessive ice, mud, or snow that is impeding proper
operation. This blockage is then reported to the operator display.
Both the self-test and blockage detection features are important to failsafe operation.
In-cab LED Display
Description
The in-cab display provides the vehicle operator with a visual indication
of a detected object anytime the vehicle is operating. The display unit
also contains a buzzer that provides an audible alert that only activates
when the turn signal is energized, providing the operator with another
cue that an object is being detected. The audible alert will only sound
upon the first detection of an object while the turn signal is energized.
The audible alert will not sound again until the turn signal is cycled.
Display Buzzer
Light Sensor (Dimming)
Detection LED
Status LED
Figure 3.
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Table 1. Operator Display Description
Item
Description
Status
LED*
Illuminates green after power is applied to the system.
Turns off anytime the detection LED is illuminated.
Detection
LED*
Illuminates to alert operator to the presence of an object
Light
Sensor*
Measures ambient light conditions allowing for Status
and Detection LEDs’ brightness to automatically adjust
Display
Buzzer*
Sounds an audible tone to alert operator of obstacles
*Locations of LEDs and buzzer are different for left side kit.
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Sensor Interfaces and Configuration
CAN-Bus Communication
The PreView® Side Defender™ radar has one CAN interface as specified
in ISO 11898-2 (SAE J1939) with a transmission rate of 250
KBits/second. The sensor communicates with the PreView ® In-cab LED
display using this interface.
CAN-Bus Inputs
If the truck/bus speed is available via CAN-bus message, the Side
Defender™ Radar can support certain J1939 vehicle speed messages
(contact PRECO® Electronics for more information).
CAN-Bus Outputs
The Side Defender™ can provide object detection information and alerts
as CAN-bus messages. This information can include distance, angle,
velocity and signal strength of detected objects. Telematics or data
logging of detection events can be supported via these CAN-bus
outputs.
Turn Signal Input
The Side Defender™ radar requires a turn signal input for proper in-cab
display operation. When the turn signal is active, the display audible
alert will sound once when an object is detected. Refer to the system
wiring diagram (Figure 4) for connection information.
Alert Output
The Side Defender™ radar supports an alarm output signal that can be
used to provide additional operator alerts.
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This output is an Active Low (switch to ground). One example use of
this output is to drive an LED indicator in a side mirror when there is an
object in the side blind zone. Contact PRECO® Electronics support for
more information.
System Connections
Locate the vehicle’s ignition power wire and connect to the red wire on
the sensor harness. If it is necessary to extend the power wire on the
supplied harness, use 20AWG wire as a minimum. Locate the vehicle’s
turn signal wire that is associated with the turn signal on the side on
which the sensor is being installed, and connect to the blue wire. (Be
sure that the turn signal wire selected activates ONLY when the turn
signal is active. On some trucks the daytime running lights and/or air
brakes will activate the wires connected to the turn signal lamp).
Connect the black wire of the sensor harness to vehicle ground.
Figure 4.
Wiring Connections
System Operation
The Side Defender™ radar system has two different modes of operation
depending on if vehicle speed information is supplied to the system
over the J1939 CAN bus.
No Vehicle Speed Available
If vehicle speed is NOT available to the system, the Side Defender™
system will detect and report all objects in the sensor field of view.
Vehicle Speed is Available
If vehicle speed is available to the system, the sensor is capable of
filtering out stationary objects such as guardrails or concrete barriers,
while still detecting moving objects in the blind zone based on the
speed. This feature minimizes ‘nuisance alerts’ due to stationary
objects in the detection zone, e.g. guardrails, signs, etc. This mode is
optimized for on-highway blind zone collision mitigation due to lane
change or merging.
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At speeds above 10mph (16kph), the system ignores stationary
objects.
At speeds below 10mph (16kph), the system will deactivate and not
report on any objects.
Technical Data
The following figures provide the dimensions and specifications for the
PreView® Side Defender Radar™ sensor.
Figure 5.
PreView® Side Defender™ Radar Dimensions
Sensor Connector Description
The Side Defender™ radar comes equipped with a pigtail harness
terminated with a Deutsch DT connector. The pinout for the Deutsch
connector is defined in Figure 6. The mate for this connector is a
Deutsch DT04-08PA-CE01.
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Commented [TL2]: Need to insert drawing with correct Side
defender logo on radar face
Figure 6.
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Measuring Performance
Range:
Range Accuracy:
Azimuth Field of View:
Elevation Field of View:
Angle Accuracy:
Velocity Range:
Velocity Accuracy:
Target Resolution:
Cycle Time:
Operating Conditions
Frequency:
Power Supply:
Current:
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Shock:
Vibration:
Protection Rating:
Operating Modes
Target Detection Time:
Power On to Active Time:
Communications Interface
J1939 CAN Bus:
LED Interface
Physical Characteristics
Sealing:
Housing Material:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Mounting:
Figure 7.
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Detection Zone as shown above – 10’ (3m) x 40’ (6m)
0.3m
±75 degrees (10dBsm target)
±10 degrees (10dBsm target)
±2° @ ±10° FOV, ±5 @ ±30° FOV, ±10 @ ±75° FOV
± 9 meters/sec (± 20 mph)
0.2 meter/sec (0.5 mph)
1.4m for static targets, approaching 0.3 meters for
dynamic targets
120ms (A CAN bus target message is provided in every
cycle.)
24.00 – 24.25GHz
9 – 33VDC, Reverse polarity and over-voltage
protected
<0.5A
-40°C to +85°C
-55°C to +105°C
50G
25G, random, all three axis
IP69K
300ms
300ms
250Kbits/sec, not terminated
Switch to ground, sink up to 1A, over current protected
IP69K
Polycarbonate radome
4.90” (w) x 4.06” (h) x 1.28” (d) (12.4cm x 10.3cm x
3.25cm)
1.0 lb (0.45kg).
Four 0.22" (5.6mm) diameter mounting holes.
Sensor Specifications
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Regulatory Compliance
The PreView® Side Defender™ radar is compliant with the following
countries/regions and their regulations as of the published date of this
manual. The sensor may be compliant in other countries/regions.
Please check your local regulations or contact PRECO ® Electronics for
support.

United States - FCC- Part 15.249
o FCCID: OXZJCKP2016

Canada - RSS-210 Radio Standards Specification

European Union - ETSI EN300 440-1 Electromagnetic
Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters (ERM)

Australia/New Zealand - AS/NZ 4268 Radio Equipment and
Services – Short Range Devices
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Installation
Sensor Mounting
The Side Defender™ radar mounting location is important for proper
system operation. Ideally the sensor should be mounted on the side of
the vehicle between 18” (45cm) and 24” (61cm) above the ground, as
measured from level ground to the bottom of the sensor. The sensor
face should be perpendicular to the ground with Side Defender™ text up
and V logo pointing down. Select a location that will provide some
protection from impact and debris while allowing an unobstructed view
of the target hazard area. Refer to the Keep Out/Interference Zones
listed below.
Figure 8.
Sensor Position on Vehicle
Mounting Tolerances
For optimal performance, the vertical angle (up/down) tolerances are +5
degrees (up) and -2 degrees (down), and the horizontal angle (side/side)
tolerance is +/- 5 degrees.
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Figure 9.
Vertical and Horizontal Angle Mounting Tolerances
The performance of the sensor can be negatively impacted if the sensor
is angled down, causing false detection from the ground. Any time the
sensor is not perpendicular to the ground, the performance should be
tested.
Keep Out/Interference Zones
Metallic and any other strong radar reflecting objects must remain
outside of the keep out zones defined in Figure 1. If radar reflecting
objects reside within the keep out zones, testing must be performed to
determine their influence on the sensor’s performance.
Horizontal “Keep Out” Zone
Figure 10.
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Vertical “Keep Out” Zone
Keep Out Zones
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The sensor’s horizontal field of view is +/- 75 degrees and the vertical
field of view is +/- 10 degrees. For optimal performance, the sensor
should protrude beyond any other portion of the vehicle.
Important!
Before permanently installing the PreView® Side Defender™ Radar on
the vehicle, verify that the selected sensor mounting location provides
a clear detection zone. Take the vehicle to a clear area, temporarily
attach the sensor in the proposed mounting location, apply power to the
system, and verify that nothing is being detected.
Sensor Mounting Procedure
PRECO® Electronics supplies a 90 degree mounting bracket for the
Side Defender™ radar. If the provided 90°bracket is not appropriate,
please contact PRECO® Electronics
If mounting directly to the vehicle, follow the procedure outlined below.
1. Select the appropriate sensor mounting location in Figure 8.
2. The standard mounting configuration is with ‘Side Defender ™’ text,
as shown in Figure 1.
3. Using the bracket as a drill template, scribe position marks through
the holes. Drill 1/4” (6mm) holes centered at the marks.
4. A 1.5” (40mm) diameter clearance hole may be required for the
sensor connector and mating cable connector.
5. Secure the sensor to the vehicle with the four supplied #10-24 UNC
button head screws, washers, and locking nuts or equivalent. Apply
a maximum torque of 22 lb-inch (25 kg-cm) when securing the
sensor.
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Initial System Power Up and Test
Once the sensor and display are installed, wired, and connected, power
should be applied to test correct system operation. When the system is
operating correctly in an open field with no obstructions, the status LED
indicating green will be the only light illuminated. If the detection LED
(yellow) is lit, check for any vehicle obstruction which may be detected by
the sensor. If possible, move the sensor so it is not detecting the
object(s). If it is not possible to relocate the sensor, consult PRECO ®
Electronics.
If for some reason the system is malfunctioning, the status LED and
detection LED will flash in unison and the buzzer will emit a short
stuttering sound. Refer to the Troubleshooting section to determine the
error and potential causes.
Once the system has been installed, the detection zone should be tested.
This test should be performed with two people, one who remains in the
cab (the operator), and one who walks through the sensor field to the
side of the vehicle (the assistant). The operator engages the parking
brake, depresses the vehicle brake, and turns on the ignition. The
assistant then walks through the detection zone while the operator notes
where the detection LED illuminates. Moving about the side of the
vehicle and noting when the detection LED illuminates is the way to map
an accurate detection zone.
Once the detection zone is determined, test the display buzzer operation.
With nothing in the sensor detection area (green LED on), activate the
appropriate turn signal. Have the assistant walk into the detection zone
and verify that the display detection LED illuminates and the display
buzzer emits a short tone. With the turn signal still activated, have the
assistant walk out of the detection zone. Once the detection LED turns
off, have the assistant walk back into the zone again. At this point, only
the detection LED will illuminate. The display buzzer should not sound.
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Troubleshooting
Display Status LED is not illuminated:


Verify that DC power (9-33V) is applied to the sensor.
Verify that the cable between the sensor and display is
connected.
Display Status LED and Detection LED are flashing:
 The display is not communicating with the sensor. Check
connection between display and sensor.
Detection LED is always illuminated when sensor is mounted:

Verify the sensor is pointing outward from the vehicle in an
open area with no obstructions. This may require removing the
mounting screws and lifting the sensor out away from the side
of the vehicle. If the detection LED is not active when moved
away from the vehicle, but is active when mounted, then the
sensors’ mounting position will have to be moved.
Detection LED is on frequently when driving around and there is
nothing in the detection zone:

The sensor may be detecting a curb. Aim the sensor up about 2
degrees and check again. Do not aim the sensor up more than 5
degrees from perpendicular to ground.
Detection buzzer sounds when turn signal is not active:
 The harness turn signal wire is being set by other electronics,
i.e., daytime running lights, air brakes, etc. Check turn signal
wire connection.
The system is detecting stationary objects above 10mph (16kph):

The sensor is not receiving speed messages over the CAN bus.
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Object Detection Capability
The PreView® Side Defender™ radar system is a blind spot collision
warning system designed to supplement other safety practices and/or
devices. The machine operator is always the first line of defense when
safely operating a vehicle. The person or owner responsible for the
equipment must ensure that all operators understand the installation,
operation, limitations and safe use of the system.
The Side Defender™ radar sensor can detect most objects within the
detection zone. However, there are some instances where objects can
go undetected. Obstacle size, shape, relative location, and composition
are all factors determining if, when, and where an object is detected.
The Side Defender™ Radar sensor operates by transmitting low power
electromagnetic energy. Any energy that strikes an object reflects a
certain amount of this energy back to the radar sensor of the Side
Defender™ Radar. If the returned energy is of sufficient magnitude, it is
used to indicate the presence of an object and determine the object’s
distance. While the radar sensor of the Side Defender ™ Radar can
resolve multiple objects, only the object closest to the vehicle is
reported to the operator display since it represents the most significant
collision threat.
The amount of energy returned is based on a few factors:
S i z e – a l ar g er o bje ct us ual ly re fl e cts mo r e e n e rg y
than a sm al le r o bj e ct.
Composition – a metal object typically reflects more energy
than a non-metallic object. A metallic object at the edge of the
maximum detection zone might be detected, whereas a wood
object may not.
Scattering – a solid object reflects more energy than a nonsolid object such as tree branches, gravel, bushes, etc.
S h ap e – co mp l e x shap e s caus e e ne rg y to be
r etur ne d i n a ve ry no n - uni fo r m w ay . Very s mal l
var i ati o ns o r mo ve me nt can cha ng e de te cti o n
status.
Angle – an object that that is flat-side perpendicular to the
sensor will reflect more energy than an object at an angle. See
below for an example of how angle can affect returned energy.
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Figure 11.
Object Reflection
Notes on Safety and Risks
Owner Responsibilities
The owner is responsible for ensuring that the device (and equipment)
are used for their intended purpose, for the actions of the employees,
for giving instruction to the employees, and for the operational safety of
the equipment. The owner must understand the safety information for
the device and the instructions given in the operating manual.
Lacking or incomplete training can lead to incorrect operation or
improper usage. This may result in accidents involving serious injury or
damage to property, assets, or the environment.
Always make sure that the device or equipment is not operated,
serviced, or used by personnel who have not been properly trained to
do so.
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PreView® Side Defender™ Daily Maintenance
Detach this page and place with daily operator maintenance procedures.
Safety Message to Operators of Vehicles with PreView ® Side Defender
Radar Systems
1.
The PreView® Side Defender™ Radar system is intended as an Object
Detection System and should not be relied upon as your first line of defense
for the safe operation of the vehicle. It should be used in conjunction with
established safety programs and procedures to augment the safe
operation of the vehicle, ground personnel, and adjacent property. Should
the system become inoperative, it could jeopardize the safety or lives of
those who depend on the system for safety.
2.
Testing and inspection of the system in accordance with these instructions
and a record of the results should be listed on the daily maintenance
report. The units on operating vehicles must be tested each day prior to
the vehicle's operation. Results of this test must be recorded in the
maintenance log.
3.
People operating this equipment MUST check for proper operation at the
beginning of every shift or safety inspection period.
4.
If a PreView® system is found to be inoperative upon test, the operator
should flag or cover the driver display and mark as “inoperative” prior to
the machine/vehicle operation.
5.
People's lives depend on the proper installation of this product in
conformance with these instructions. It is necessary to read, understand,
and follow all instructions shipped with the product.
6.
Failure to follow all safety precautions and instructions may result in
property damage, serious injury, or death.
7.
The PreView® Object Detection System is intended for commercial use.
Proper installation requires a good understanding of vehicle/machine
electrical systems and procedures, along with proficiency in the
installation.
8.
Store these instructions in a safe place and refer to them when maintaining
and/or reinstalling the product.
Testing and Maintenance
NOTE: A walk-around test shall be performed every day to verify proper function
of the system and to familiarize the operator with the zone of detection. More
frequent inspections should be performed when:

The vehicle is operating in a particularly dirty or harsh environment.

The operator has reason to suspect the system has been damaged.
This test should be performed with two people, one who remains in the cab (the
operator), and one who walks through the sensor detection field (the assistant).
The below example illustrates the test for a backing sensor application. Use a
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similar procedure for front, side or multiple radar systems by confirming
detection of each radar sensor in the operator display.
1. Clean the sensor face of any accumulation of dirt, mud, snow, ice, or debris.
2. Visually inspect the attached wiring and cable and verify that they are
properly secured, not chafing or dangling free where they could become
snagged and damaged. Inspect the Radar Sensor and Operator Display
Module and verify that they are securely attached to the vehicle.
3. Set the park brakes, start the vehicle, depress and hold the vehicle brake.
4. Verify the green “POWER” light is illuminated on the in-cab display.
5. The area to the side of the vehicle should be clear of obstacles for a
distance of 6 meters (20ft). If the display shows any indicator other than
the green light then there are objects to the side of the vehicle that will
interfere with the test. Move the vehicle to a clear area and proceed.
6. The assistant should move to approximately 2 meters (6ft) to the rear of
the sensor in sight of the operator's mirrors. He should then walk toward
the centerline of the sensor parallel to the vehicle, while the operator notes
when the display detection LED illuminates, signifying the sensor has
detected the object.
7. The assistant should continue walking through the area at the side of the
vehicle while the operator notes the area that detection occurs.
8. Now face the sensor and walk from the center of the sensor straight back,
away from the vehicle. When the display detection LED quits illuminating
the detection limit has been reached.
9. Move halfway back towards the sensor and remain still for a few seconds,
the display detection LED should stay lit, demonstrating the system’s
ability to detect a still object.
10. The assistant should walk the complete side of the vehicle noting the
detection edges of the entire coverage area.
11. After the test the assistant needs to communicate to the operator the
details on the detection zone.
For questions, call +1.844.787.2327 toll free in the USA. Call
+1.208.323.1000 or send a fax request to +1.208.323.1034 for outside the
USA, or submit an online request at www.preco.com/contact-us/ . A safety
specialist will respond within 24 hours.
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Warranty Information
MANUFACTURER STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Manufacturer warrants that on the Date of Purchase this Product will conform to
Manufacturer's published specifications for the product, which are available from
Manufacturer on request, and Manufacturer warrants that the product is free from defects
in materials and workmanship. This Limited Warranty for the sensor extends for sixty (60)
months from the date of shipment. Manufacturer will, at its option, repair or replace any
product found by Manufacturer to be defective and subject to this Limited Warranty.
This Limited Warranty does not apply to parts or products that are misused; abused;
modified; damaged by accident, fire or other hazard; improperly installed or operated; or
not maintained in accordance with the maintenance procedures set forth in Manufacturer's
Installation and Operating Instructions.
To obtain warranty service, you must ship the product(s) to the specified Manufacturer
location within thirty (30) days from expiration of the warranty period. To obtain warranty
service, call Customer Service at +1.866.977.7236 or +1.208.323.1000, or fax your
request to +1.208.323.1034. Customer Service will issue warranty authorization and
further instructions. You must prepay shipping charges and use the original shipping
container or equivalent.
EXCLUSION OF OTHER WARRANTIES: MANUFACTURER MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED AND SHALL NOT
APPLY TO THE PRODUCT. BUYER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IN CONTRACT, TORT OR
UNDER ANY OTHER THEORY AGAINST MANUFACTURER RESPECTING THE PRODUCT AND
ITS USE SHALL BE THE REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF THE PRODUCT AS DESCRIBED
ABOVE.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: IN THE EVENT OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER CLAIM RELATED TO MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCTS,
MANUFACTURER'S LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT PAID FOR
THE PRODUCT AT THE TIME OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO EVENT SHALL MANUFACTURER
BE LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, THE COST OF SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR LABOR,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
BASED UPON ANY CLAIM FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER CLAIM,
EVEN IF MANUFACTURER OR A MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVE HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Manufacturer shall have no further obligation or liability with respect to the product or its
sale, operation and use, and Manufacturer neither assumes nor authorizes the assumption
of any other obligation or liability in connection with such product.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other legal
rights, which vary, from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply
to you.
Any oral statements or representations about the product, which may have been made by
salesmen or Manufacturer representatives, do not constitute warranties. This Limited
Warranty may not be amended, modified or enlarged, except by a written agreement
signed by an authorized official of Manufacturer that expressly refers to this Limited
Warranty.
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