CM700 7″ quad monitor
7” Optonics C-Series TFT Monitor, available with single camera or quad camera inputs.
Mandatory requirements for a safe system
To improve visibility for drivers and reduce the risk of close-proximity blind spot collisions.
The 7” monitor will display the nearside camera when the left hand indicator is activated.
Camera monitoring systems must aim to completely eliminate or minimise the remaining vehicle blind spot at the nearside as far as is practical and possible.
An audible and visual display is activated when an object (cyclist) is detected by the sensors.6 metre detection zone
It is recommended that sensors on rigid vehicles and articulated tractor units have coverage six metres down the nearside or one metre from the rear of the vehicle (or tractor unit), whichever is smaller.
To reduce the risk of close-proximity collisions by alerting people walking and cycling to vehicle hazards.
When the left indicator is activated a message can be heard on the outside of the vehicle, ‘Caution vehicle turning left’. The system includes a 3 minute night silent cut out.
It is recommended that the volume of the audible warning, measured at one metre from the sounder, should be between 65 and 88 decibels. A combination of spoken word and white noise should be considered.
Signage must be displayed on vehicles to warn people walking and cycling of the hazards around the vehicle
Warning signage should not be offensive and should not give instructional advice to the people walking and cycling. The text point size should be legible by a cyclist or pedestrian at a reasonable distance from the vehicle.