Car parking sensor Valeo beep&park 4x Sensors + Loudspeaker
With an increasing proportion of vehicles equipped with parking sensors, around one third of the passenger cars will have Valeo Park4UTM Parking Sensors equipped in OE by 2020.
- Leader worldwide on parking assistance systems producing in Europe, Asia, America and Africa for most car manufacturers
- Valeo is the Original Equipment supplier and partner to all major car manufacturers
- One of the pioneers of parking assistance systems, supplying car manufacturer since the 1990’s
- More than 500 million parking sensors produced in O.E. by Valeo
Why choose Valeo Park4U Ultrasonic Parking Sensors?
- O.E. leadership worldwide on parking assistance systems
- A rationalized range: small range with big coverage for a maximum of standardization
- Easy identification: all data provided on paper and web catalogs with necessary information (O.E.S. part numbers, car brand and model details, mounting position)
- Easy Installation: Plug and play products, no diagnosis tool initialization needed
- Easy integration to the vehicle: Paintable sensors and 3 different colors of decoupling rings to match with any bumper color
- Technical knowledge: as an expert, Valeo can provide a high quality support dedicated to IAM (technical training, detailed installation instructions, tips and advice)
Did you know it?
A New and Growing market
- More than 10 Million vehicles equipped with a Valeo Park4UTM parking assistance system
- More than 92 Million sensors produced in 2016 and an average number of sensors per vehicle above 7.5
O.E. Quality products
- The O.E. product certified ISO TC 204 with MALSO standards
- A product designed to face the hardest environmental conditions (-40°C to +95°C)
- High quality obstacle detection controlled by a powerful and efficient software
- Original decoupling rings provided to avoid vibrations and water intrusion
The theory behind the ultrasonic sensor is based on echo-location (like Sonars, used for navigation purposes). The frequency of the sound provides accuracy and remains inconspicuous. As sound hits a solid object, it is reflected back creating an echo. Since the speed of sound is known and constant for similar conditions, (such as wind or humidity to name a few), it is possible to determine the distance of the object emitting an echo by multiplying the speed of sound by half the time it takes to detect the echo (because the echo time is actually the time it takes the sound to hit an obstacle and travel back).