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A 77GHz A60 forward collision avoidance system uses microwave radar to detect the objects in the frontal portion of a vehicle. It is suitable for other blind areas of a vehicle. For that reason, the owners can use them individually at any position that requires monitoring.

Like other ideal blind spot systems, it also uses the unaffected microwave radar. The frequency band of the specific forward collision avoidance sensor is 77GHz. So, its detection range and accuracy are much better than other low-frequency blind spot radars.

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Everything About A 77G Forward Collision Avoidance System

Collision warning system 77G A60, special vehicle vision is seriously affected by the body of the operation is easy to ignore the area more, although it poses serious threats to the vehicle, especially if its size is huge. So, there is a great need for a forward collision avoidance system that monitors the front blind spots of the vehicle. Commercial trucks, airport and port cranes, and construction machinery are some vehicles that need forward collision avoidance technology.

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Before you purchase any product, it is better to understand every significant and minor detail about it. That is why we bring a detailed overview of the product comprising the working, features, pros, and cons of the system. Understanding all the product concepts helps the owners to use it effectively. It helps them to extract the most value out of the system.

What Is A 77GHz Forward Collision Avoidance System?

A 77GHz forward collision avoidance system uses microwave radar to detect the objects in the frontal portion of a vehicle. It is suitable for other blind areas of a vehicle. For that reason, the owners can use them individually at any position that requires monitoring.

Like other ideal blind spot systems, it also uses the unaffected microwave radar. The frequency band of the specific forward collision avoidance sensor is 77GHz. So, its detection range and accuracy are much better than other low-frequency blind spot radars.

Blind Spot Monitor Kit Of A 77GHz Forward Collision Avoidance System:

77G A60 forward collision avoidance systems

As for the package, this system consists of a huge list of items in its box. It has the main control box and 77GHz microwave radars. On top of that, indicator lights and a buzzer are present for the alert procedure. All these parts are a standard constituent of the package. On the other hand, cameras and display screens are optional and depend on customers’ needs.

A complete list of forward collision avoidance system kit components is as follows.

No. Name Quantity
01 77Ghz Microwave Obstacle Avoidance Radar 1-2pcs(Select on demand)
02 Master Control Box 1pc
03 Power cable 1pc
04 Pre-alarm output line 1pc
05 Buzzer 1pc
06 Early warning light 1-2pcs(configured by the number of radars)
07 Cue light extension cable 1-2 strips (4m/strip, configured by the number of radars)
08 Radar wire 1-2 strips (5m/strip, configured by the number of radars)
09 Radar bracket 1-2 (configured by radar quantity)
10 Radar extension cable 10m/strip (optional)
11 Display screen 1 (optional)
12 Camera (optional/self-acquired)
13 Accessory Kit 1 package
14 Instruction manual 1 book

Technical Specifications Of A 77GHz Forward Collision Avoidance System:

The 77GHz forward collision avoidance system has diverse technical specifications. It can work on as low as a 2W power supply. In addition, it offers a pretty diverse range of voltage supplies. So, drivers list it as a universal product. It has a 33Hz refresh rate which is more than average. Plus, the detection range can be as low as 0.2m and as massive as 40m.

A complete enlisted table of the technical specifications of our 77GHz forward collision warning system is as follows.

 

No. Item Specification
01 Working voltage 12-24V
02 Radar working frequency band 76-77Ghz
03 Working temperature – 40℃ – + 85℃
04 Single radar power consumption <2W
05 Full load power consumption <5W
06 Anti-vibration level 5.9G
07 Waterproof protection Ip67(Radar);IP65(main control box)
08 Refresh rate 33Hz
09 Number of transmitting and receiving channels 2TX4RX
10 Pitch beamwidth(6dB) -2~8°
11 Horizontal beamwidth(6dB) -60°~+60°
12 Distance resolution 0.2M
13 Speed resolution 1.9km/h
14 Speed measurement range ±60km/h
15 Detection distance Length 0.2~40m can limit the detection width, can set up to 3 detection areas (the distance of each area can be configured)

 

How Does 77g Forward Collision Warning Work?

Working of a 77GHz forward collision avoidance system is somewhat similar to a typical blind spot system. It uses microwave signals from the radar to detect any object in the alarm area. The monitor can control the range and detect objects at diverse distances.

The first step in working of a front collision avoidance system is detection through radar. 77GHz radar oscillates the network of signals up to 40 meters to help detect obstacles. The radar can detect and warn the driver about two objects simultaneously, all thanks to its premium quality. Also, choosing the optional camera and display for your package will help you monitor the blind spot with a live camera feed.

Once the frontal collision warning system detects the obstacle, it issues an alert for the driver. As for the warning alert, it can vary according to the distance and intensity of the risk. For that reason, the forward collision mitigation system can issue three different warnings according to the situation.

Product Features:

Every collision avoidance system project comes with its own unique perks. Similarly, our forward collision avoidance system focuses on customer satisfaction and brings extra benefits. Some of the key features of our product are as follows

1. Additional Braking Assist:

Sometimes, while driving, only the alert is not enough to make you safe. So, this product comes up with something out of the box to ensure your safety. It helps you to stop the vehicle by automatically braking the vehicle. However, you can only access this feature if you dock the system with a vehicle brake controller.

On top of that, the system will initiate the automatic obstacle avoidance brake application if you add it to the electric mobility scooter controller for extra domination.

2. Massive Detection Range:

The forward collision system helps you detect the frontal obstacles at a low and medium speed. It can detect the obstacle up to 40 meters in front of the radar. The detection area is 0.4 to 8 meters wide, enough for big-sized vehicles.

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3. Diverse Alert Options:

The 77GHz forward collision avoidance system has three different types of warning alert sequences. Its warnings depend on the distance range in which the obstacle is present.

  • If the obstacle is in 40-meter range—the last portion, level 1 warning initiates. In this warning strategy, only the prompt light turns on and stays on without flickering. As for the buzzer, it is in mute condition and does not make a sound. The green colored flashing on the optional HIS display screen portrays it as a primary or first level warning.
  • If the obstacle moves closer and enters the second distance range, the forward collision avoidance system issues the middle range warning. In this alert, the warning light starts flickering slowly, and the buzzer starts making consecutive beep sounds. Furthermore, the specific yellow indicator warning light on the screen depicts that it is a middle-staged alert.
  • If the obstacle reaches nearest the vehicle, the aftermarket forward collision warning system starts the third and final warning. In this alerting strategy system’s indicator light starts flashing quickly. The buzzer starts prompting a single long siren or beep sound. As for the optional display screen, it depicts a red flashing light that indicates a final warning by the forward collision avoidance system.

4. All-time Product Stability:

forward Collision Avoidance System 77G Microwave radar

Unlike ultrasonic and infrared radar sensors, the 77GHz microwave radar can bear extreme weather conditions. The front of a vehicle is always exposed to hindrances, especially in bad weather. Therefore, a durable radar is obligatory to ensure stable performance. Our experts kept that in mind and made the 77Ghz forward collision avoidance system that withstands rain, fog, dust, and thunderstorms.

5. Optional Display And Camera:

The 77GHz front collision assist comes with an optional Display screen and set of cameras. The display screen uses a stable HIS program to receive direct output signals from the control box. Plus, it indicates the level of warning through different color flashes.

How To Install A 77GHz Forward Collision Warning System:

No matter how good a product is, it can never perform to its maximum extent if its installation has errors. For that reason, it is crucial to pay special attention to the installation procedure. Setting up the 77GHz forward collision avoidance system with extreme precision and care ensures its error free operation and extreme accuracy.

Before installing the system components, paying attention to the precautions you must follow is necessary.

Pre-installation Precautions:

  • Keep the radar cover clean. Before installing, clean the cover by wiping it with a soft, damp cloth. After that, do not use any hot blower to dry the cover. Instead, naturally air-dry the product.
  • Before installing the radar, make sure that its shape is the same as the visual images. Any deformity or bumps in the radar depict that it has been damaged. On top of that, refrain from squeezing, dropping, or bumping the radar on hard surfaces.
  • While choosing the appropriate installation spot, make it as far as possible from high-powered electronic parts of the vehicle. Plus, keep the forward collision avoidance system radar away from locations with strong magnetic interference to prevent any false detection.
  • While testing the forward collision assist, ensure the radar beam range is free from any obstruction. Remove anything that is blocking the signal’s way. Furthermore, the test environment should be as open as possible, so there is a minimum effect on test measurement results.

Installation And Coordination Of Forward Collision Avoidance System:

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  1. The installation of a radar sensor is the first step. First of all, make sure that the direction of the radar is accurate. The flat or antenna surface must face the detection area. Try to keep the radar vertical with respect to the ground because the antenna pitch angle is small. Keeping it vertical will decrease the chances of disorientation of microwave radar. Keep the connector of the radar towards the right side.
  2. As for the installation position, the forward collision avoidance system radar must be 0.5 to 1 meter above the ground. If you cannot install it above 0.5 meters, you’ll have to adjust the installation pitch angle accordingly.
  3. The following figure shows how to coordinate the radar according to the detection range you want it to cover.

The last step of coordination is the wire connection of the entire forward collision avoidance system. Complete the connection using the six-line connection diagram of wires given below.

line connection diagram forward collision avoidance system

The central connection is the control box, connecting all the wire harnesses. Two separate radar wires attach directly to the control box. It has direct contact with the display screen and indirect contact with cameras through the screen.

Suggestions To Use 77GHz Forward Collision Avoidance System:

To increase the life expectancy and accuracy of a 77GHz forward collision avoidance system, there are several guidelines. For instance, to maximize the detection range, the owner must pay special attention to radar installation. Some experts’ suggestions are given below for your benefits.

  • Make sure the radar has no metal surface in front of it, as any metal surface will block the microwave signals.
  • Try to recheck the system after a long trip. Recheck the wiring, radar position, and shape at regular intervals.
  • Orient the radar using the calibration techniques after every 6 months. It will ensure the error-free working of the system.
  • Before driving the vehicle, test check your forward collision warning system aftermarket in an open field somewhere. Judge the measurement results and decide whether it is ready for use or not.

Conclusion:

Bigger vehicles have a huge number of blind spots. Unlike cars, Special vehicles, engineering vehicles, commercial trucks and massive buses have a major frontal blind spot area that requires monitoring. Our 77GHz forward collision avoidance system addresses the issue and prevents unintentional collision through advanced detection and warning strategies.

Plus, our company uses rigorous testing techniques to ensure an error-free product exposure for the clientele. The easy to use and install system stands up in the crowd with the help of its massive detection range and extra warning levels. If a few pennies can save your life and make your vehicle safe from collisions, it is not a bad deal at all, right? Get a quote now, contact our teams and get your specific forward collision avoidance system.

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