Camera and sensor wash system

  • 13-Mar-2017 05:28 EDT
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Foreign materials like dust, mud, road salt, snow and other related debris can cause lens or sensor obstruction that will lead to degraded or non-functional system performance. Any vehicle using optical or sensor dependent systems needs a clear, unobstructed surface to function properly and ensure safe operation. The number of cameras and sensor systems present on new vehicles is ever increasing and 360 surround-view parking assist systems and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have made the integration of cameras and sensors into vehicles commonplace. dlhBOWLES' (Canton, OH) Camera and Sensor Wash ensures that these systems operate at peak efficiency. Key advantages of the system include oscillating spray, optimized flow rate, targeted spray area, optimized packaging and non-invasive integration. Visit Booth 2003 at SAE WCX17.

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