Holden Jackaroo Reversing Camera Melbourne

Why choose PARKPRO?

PARKPRO parking sensor systems are the most advanced systems in the world and are covered by an industry leading 6 year warranty.

All PARKPRO parking systems, whether they utilise 2 or 4 sensor heads, are free from the ‘blind spots’ typically found in low quality sensor kits with narrow detection zones.

PARKPRO sensor heads have 160° horizontal and 70° vertical detection zones. Multiply this by 4 and the coverage is the best in the world. The ability to detect a 30mm pole is the industry standard.

Typically, other brands do not even compare. Due to their low cost designs most other parking sensors can only offer 90° wide detection zones therefore creating numerous ‘Blind spots’ behind the vehicle. Your child might be playing in one of these blind spots!

PARKPRO sensors stand for quality and cheaper brands don’t compare.

Ford Reverse Camera

PARKPRO supplies and installs PARKPRO reverse parking sensors. How does the ‘PARKPRO’ sensor system work? The ‘PARKPRO reverse Parking Sensor is a accurate device which monitors the distance from your car to potential obstacles in your blind spot. This distance is indicated by a sequence of beeps through a audible beeper (in  some cases also by  an optional digital display). The closer the obstacle the faster the  sequence of beeps, until a continuous tone is emitted indicating that your car is now within 30cm of an obstacle. PARKPRO reverse sensors and front sensors electronically scan the area behind or in front of your vehicle during parking procedures and acoustically alarms you to other vehicles or objects within close proximity.

BENEFITS

Reverse or park with increased safety and confidence. Faster and easier parking, especially in tight situations. Easier to park in wet conditions or dim lit areas at night. Helps prevent accident damage when parking. Provides side protection for narrow lanes or garages.

PARKPRO has systems suitable for every make and model. PARKPRO reverse parking sensors available from PARKPRO – Contact Us on 0400 966 647. We also install PARKPRO Reversing Cameras, monitors and much more, which are available with a wide range of add-on features. Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm to discuss your needs.

Holden DVR Mirror

PARKPRO supplies and installs PARKPRO reverse parking sensors. How does the ‘PARKPRO’ sensor system work? The ‘PARKPRO reverse Parking Sensor is a accurate device which monitors the distance from your car to potential obstacles in your blind spot. This distance is indicated by a sequence of beeps through a audible beeper (in  some cases also by  an optional digital display). The closer the obstacle the faster the  sequence of beeps, until a continuous tone is emitted indicating that your car is now within 30cm of an obstacle. PARKPRO reverse sensors and front sensors electronically scan the area behind or in front of your vehicle during parking procedures and acoustically alarms you to other vehicles or objects within close proximity.

BENEFITS

Reverse or park with increased safety and confidence. Faster and easier parking, especially in tight situations. Easier to park in wet conditions or dim lit areas at night. Helps prevent accident damage when parking. Provides side protection for narrow lanes or garages.

PARKPRO has systems suitable for every make and model. PARKPRO reverse parking sensors available from PARKPRO – Contact Us on 0400 966 647. We also install PARKPRO Reversing Cameras, monitors and much more, which are available with a wide range of add-on features. Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm to discuss your needs.

Toyota Landcruiser Reversing Camera

PARKPRO SMART MIRROR

A hidden camera in your rear view mirror

Don’t let looks deceive you. Hidden within the PARKPRO 4.3 Inch rear view ‘Smart Mirror” is a high resolution 4.3″ LCD display that automatically activates in reverse gear. The crystal clear digital video will give you a sight to what’s invisible behind your car. No more worries and piece of mind.

Landrover Freelander Reversing Camera

PARKPRO Smart Mirror

A hidden camera in your rear view mirror

Don’t let looks deceive you. Hidden within the PARKPRO 4.3 Inch rear view ‘Smart Mirror” is a high resolution 4.3″ LCD display that automatically activates in reverse gear. The crystal clear digital video will give you a sight to what’s invisible behind your car. No more worries and piece of mind.

Rear Parking Sensors, Reversing Sensors, Reversing Cameras – Latest News

After another toddler driveway death, the pressure is on to find a solution

The tragic death of a toddler run over by the family 4WD after he went to fetch a toy has reignited debate about driveway safety.

According to Kidsafe, one child a week is admitted to hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a car in a driveway and on average at least a dozen toddlers die nationally each year.

There have already been at least two reported cases in the first two months of this year; in addition to the death in the outer north-west Melbourne suburb of Hillside this week, another young boy was killed in his driveway on New Year’s Day near Geraldton in West Australia.

More than 80 per cent of toddlers killed while crawling or walking near cars are under the age of three.

The biggest threats to their safety are large recreational vehicles that have numerous “blind zones”. Such vehicles may give a commanding view of the open road ahead but their proportions make it almost impossible to detect small infants in close proximity.

According to studies by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau five and 10 years ago, between 50 and 80 per cent of infant driveway deaths involve recreational vehicles.

Recreational vehicles account for one-in-five new cars sold in Australia and yet, despite being over-represented in infant fatalities, car makers have been slow to adopt child-protection safety features.

Several government studies have recommended that a combination of parking sensors and wide-view cameras could minimize the risk of injury — but the take-up of these items has been slow.

Indeed, at the launch of the Holden Captiva this week it was revealed that the seven-seater model likely to be most popular with young families does not come with front or rear sensors. The more expensive mid-grade model comes with rear sensors while only the top-end flagship comes with a rear camera.

Holden boss Mike Devereux defended the lack of parking sensors on the most affordable seven-seater Captiva. He told the Carsales Network: “More than 50 per cent of Captiva buyers take the high grade model [which comes with a rear camera].”

When asked why only those who could afford the richer models get all available safety features, he said: “The vehicle is extremely safe, it is great value and people have option choices to make on every car they buy. If it became an issue obviously we would take a look at it, but we think we’ve got the right equipment for the vehicles to be competitive.”

The new Ford Territory due in April will have rear parking sensors on every model, while the top-tier models will also come with a rear view camera.

The Toyota Kluger mid-size softroader, meanwhile, has had a rear view camera across the entire range since it went on sale in 2007.

Speaking about this week’s driveway incident, which occurred as the vehicle was moving forward, Holden’s marketing manager for the Captiva, Kristian Aquilina, said: “From what I’ve seen a camera wouldn’t have helped in that situation”.

However, front parking sensors may have detected some movement — and they may be worthwhile of more serious consideration by car makers. The ATSB study showed that 40 per cent of driveway deaths occurred when vehicles were moving forward, the remaining 60 per cent when they were reversing.

Oddly, front sensors are standard on the cheapest, five-seater Holden Captiva a model designed to appeal to young urban types with no children but they are not available on the seven-seater models designed to appeal to families.

The 2002 study into infant driveway deaths by the ATSB said in part: “Enhancing motor vehicle safety is another important component of a comprehensive preventative strategy. Attention needs to be directed towards improving the driver’s visual ergonomics. There is also a potential role for technological measures to enhance object detection. Such measures include proximity sensors, additional mirrors, wide-angles lenses and video systems. Whereas it is unlikely that a proximity sensor could be developed that would work as a stand-alone measure, it may be feasible to develop a viable countermeasure of moderate cost based on a combination of proximity sensor and a wide-angle video camera system.”

Following a spate of driveway deaths in the mid-2000s, NRMA Insurance began testing and publishing a rear visibility rating for popular cars.

The Holden Captiva is not among the list of models tested, but results for vehicles of similar size and shape paint a chilling example.

A Ford Territory without parking sensors or a rear camera scored one-and-a-half stars out of five. The same vehicle with rear sensors scored two stars, while the same vehicle with rear sensors and a rear camera scored five stars.

A camera does not guarantee a five star rating, however, as the wide angle view and low light picture quality are also taken into consideration. Extra points are also earned when the camera is used in conjunction with rear parking sensors.

 

Kia Reversing Sensors

PARKPRO front parking sensors are a leader in their class, with front parking sensor technology. PARKPRO front parking sensors have reached a new level of high accuracy. Front parking sensors work similar to reverse parking sensors. Front parking sensors are turned on when the car is switched on.

An LED display displays the distance a vehicle or object, is from your vehicle. As you get closer to the object the lights on the display start to light up in succession, and when you are 1 foot away from an object a single beep is heard to warn you to stop. Front park sensors help judge the distance an object is from the car.

Front parking sensors are an aid while parking at low speeds. Front parking sensors fitted to your car at your home or office, and can be fitted to most vehicles including Toyota, Lexus, Nissan, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Holden, Subaru, Peugeot, Suzuki, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Subaru, Mazda, VW, Mitsubishi and many more.

We can also colour code the front parking sensors to suit your car. Front parking sensors can be fitted to most vehicles with plastic bumper bars.
Front parking sensors are only an aid, you must use caution while parking.

PARKPRO are Melbourne’s Leaders in onsite installation of quality OEM front parking sensors.

How do reversing sensors work?

PARKPRO rear parking sensors measure the distance to nearby objects via sensors located in the front and/or rear of the bumper bar.

The sensors emit acoustic pulses, with a control unit measuring the return interval of each reflected signal and calculating object distances. The system in turns warns the driver with an audible tone, indicating the object distance, with faster tones indicating closer proximity and a continuous tone indicating a minimal pre-defined distance.

Rear sensors are activated when reverse gear is selected and deactivated as soon as any other gear is selected. Front sensors are activated once the vehicle is started and deactivated automatically when the vehicle reaches a pre-determined speed — to avoid subsequent nuisance warnings.

All PARKPRO front and rear parking sensor kits have three separate bezels that can be interchanged with the parking sensors to change the angle of the sensor. The advantage with this is every installation can be custom fitted to suit different angled and shaped bumper bars for a perfect fitment and look.

PARKPRO reversing sensors have been fitted to over 1000’s of vehicles including Holden parking sensors, Ford reversing sensors, Mitsubishi rear parking sensors etc…

The PARKPRO parking sensor kits have been designed to suit all makes and models and are feature rich. Our front sensor system has a built in GPS module allowing the system to only work under 15kph eliminating unwanted false alerts whilst driving at higher speeds. This system is exclusive to PARKPRO and no other front parking sensor system compares.

The other advantage of the PARKPRO parking sensors is the specifically designed sensor heads. Each sensor has a rubber ring between the actual sensor head and the outer sensor head ring. This was designed to eliminate false alerts and inaccurate readings. Most other brands do not have this feature and once the parking sensors are painted in can ‘bridge’ the two together creating the inner sensor head to not vibrate freely which will result in false and inaccurate readings.

PARKPRO covers all suburbs of Melbourne for onsite installations of Rear Parking Sensors, Front Parking Sensors, Reversing Sensors and Reversing Cameras.

Front Parking Sensors

PARKPRO front parking sensors are a leader in their class, with front parking sensor technology. PARKPRO front parking sensors have reached a new level of high accuracy. Front parking sensors work similar to reverse parking sensors. Front parking sensors are turned on when the car is switched on.

An LED display displays the distance a vehicle or object, is from your vehicle. As you get closer to the object the lights on the display start to light up in succession, and when you are 1 foot away from an object a single beep is heard to warn you to stop. Front park sensors help judge the distance an object is from the car.

Front parking sensors are an aid while parking at low speeds. Front parking sensors fitted to your car at your home or office, and can be fitted to most vehicles including Toyota, Lexus, Nissan, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Holden, Subaru, Peugeot, Suzuki, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Subaru, Mazda, VW, Mitsubishi and many more.

We can also colour code the front parking sensors to suit your car. Front parking sensors can be fitted to most vehicles with plastic bumper bars.
Front parking sensors are only an aid, you must use caution while parking.

PARKPRO are Melbourne’s Leaders in onsite installation of quality OEM front parking sensors.

 

How do reversing sensors work?

PARKPRO rear parking sensors measure the distance to nearby objects via sensors located in the front and/or rear of the bumper bar.

The sensors emit acoustic pulses, with a control unit measuring the return interval of each reflected signal and calculating object distances. The system in turns warns the driver with an audible tone, indicating the object distance, with faster tones indicating closer proximity and a continuous tone indicating a minimal pre-defined distance.

Rear sensors are activated when reverse gear is selected and deactivated as soon as any other gear is selected. Front sensors are activated once the vehicle is started and deactivated automatically when the vehicle reaches a pre-determined speed — to avoid subsequent nuisance warnings.

All PARKPRO front and rear parking sensor kits have three separate bezels that can be interchanged with the parking sensors to change the angle of the sensor. The advantage with this is every installation can be custom fitted to suit different angled and shaped bumper bars for a perfect fitment and look.

PARKPRO reversing sensors have been fitted to over 1000’s of vehicles including Holden parking sensors, Ford reversing sensors, Mitsubishi rear parking sensors etc…

The PARKPRO parking sensor kits have been designed to suit all makes and models and are feature rich. Our front sensor system has a built in GPS module allowing the system to only work under 15kph eliminating unwanted false alerts whilst driving at higher speeds. This system is exclusive to PARKPRO and no other front parking sensor system compares.

The other advantage of the PARKPRO parking sensors is the specifically designed sensor heads. Each sensor has a rubber ring between the actual sensor head and the outer sensor head ring. This was designed to eliminate false alerts and inaccurate readings. Most other brands do not have this feature and once the parking sensors are painted in can ‘bridge’ the two together creating the inner sensor head to not vibrate freely which will result in false and inaccurate readings.

PARKPRO covers all suburbs of Melbourne for onsite installations of Rear Parking Sensors, Front Parking Sensors, Reversing Sensors and Reversing Cameras.

 

 

 

 

Rear Sensors

How do reversing sensors work?

PARKPRO rear parking sensors measure the distance to nearby objects via sensors located in the front and/or rear of the bumper bar.

The sensors emit acoustic pulses, with a control unit measuring the return interval of each reflected signal and calculating object distances. The system in turns warns the driver with an audible tone, indicating the object distance, with faster tones indicating closer proximity and a continuous tone indicating a minimal pre-defined distance.

Rear sensors are activated when reverse gear is selected and deactivated as soon as any other gear is selected. Front sensors are activated once the vehicle is started and deactivated automatically when the vehicle reaches a pre-determined speed — to avoid subsequent nuisance warnings.

All PARKPRO front and rear parking sensor kits have three separate bezels that can be interchanged with the parking sensors to change the angle of the sensor. The advantage with this is every installation can be custom fitted to suit different angled and shaped bumper bars for a perfect fitment and look.

PARKPRO reversing sensors have been fitted to over 1000’s of vehicles including Holden parking sensors, Ford reversing sensors, Mitsubishi rear parking sensors etc…

The PARKPRO parking sensor kits have been designed to suit all makes and models and are feature rich. Our front sensor system has a built in GPS module allowing the system to only work under 15kph eliminating unwanted false alerts whilst driving at higher speeds. This system is exclusive to PARKPRO and no other front parking sensor system compares.

The other advantage of the PARKPRO parking sensors is the specifically designed sensor heads. Each sensor has a rubber ring between the actual sensor head and the outer sensor head ring. This was designed to eliminate false alerts and inaccurate readings. Most other brands do not have this feature and once the parking sensors are painted in can ‘bridge’ the two together creating the inner sensor head to not vibrate freely which will result in false and inaccurate readings.

All PARKPRO parking sensor kits come with an industry leading 6 year warranty. Choose PARKPRO reversing sensors by name.

PARKPRO has reversing sensors, rear parking sensors, front parking sensors, rear sensors, parking sensor installations in Melbourne for all car makes and models.