|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Leisiure Auto|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||Nuetral Color Box|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
|Name:||Driver Fatigue Monitoring System||Material:||ABS|
|Alarm Type:||Voice, Viberator||Algorithm:||PERCLOS|
|Application:||All Vechicles||Reflection Time:||2 Seconds|
driver safety monitoring system,
forward collision alert system
Driver fatigue monitor with signal output 45km/h start-up speed
river Fatigue Alarm
Driver Fatigue Alert LS-803 uses the unique pupil identification technology to detect and analyze the changing characteristics of pupils. When it judges a driver in fatigue status, it will provide warning alarm to remind the driver.
Driver Distraction Alarm
Anti Sleep Alarm LS-803 also focuses on the distraction driving detection. When a driver looks around or not concentrates on the road, MR688 will provide alarm to remind the driver.
Over Speed Alarm
Customer can set over speed value to Driver Alert System MR688. When over speed driving is detected, LS-803 will provide warning alarm.
Power input and output
|power consumption||100mA in 12V car, and 60mA in 24V car|
|I/O output||high resistance status under normal status, low voltage output when triggered|
1. Input: 9-36V, LS803 is suitable for both 12V and 24V vehicle, and have good high voltage protection.
2. very lower power consumption, average current less then 100mA in 12V car, and 60mA in 24V car, similar with leakage from the battery, almost does not consume battery power.
3. I/O output, high resistance status under normal status, low voltage output when triggered.
4. Working Temprature: 0-80℃
5. Working Humility: 10%-90%
7. Demension: 4.5*10.2cm
What can the monitor center do?
Driver with Glasses? Sunglasses?
LS803 adopts special filters to remove irregular sunlight reflection, catch the pupil status only.
Drive at night, bad weather?
LS803 adopt Infra-Red LEDs ensure the sytem work even while drive at night or in other low light situations, this is a very important feature because most fatigue driving accidents occur late at night or bad weather.
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