If you are interested in blind spot monitoring systems, drop by Adrenaline Autosound near Raleigh. Our team of MECP Master Installation Technicians is available to help you choose the perfect solution for your application. What separates us from other mobile enhancement facilities in the area is how we integrate the system you choose into your vehicle. Let’s look at how our installations are unique.
Not Just Installation, Component Integration
When it comes to radar- and camera-based blind spot monitoring systems, the location we choose for each component in the system can play a significant role in its performance and longevity.
For radar-based solutions, the sensors need to be placed strategically behind the plastic rear bumper cover to monitor the area in your blind spot as well as behind the vehicle. Even minute variances in mounting angles can affect the performance of the system. We make sure every sensor is mounted in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
For camera-based systems, our goal is to locate the cameras in such a way that they provide a clear view of the area beside your vehicle while maintaining clean aesthetics.
In either system, once we have mounted the equipment, we test the system long before we start to reassemble the vehicle.
Electrical Connections and Wiring Routing
We take extreme care in ensuring that every electrical connection we make to your vehicle is both mechanically secure and electrically efficient. We solder all of our connections to eliminate the chance of corrosion. Once we’ve made the connections, we protect them with heat-shrink tubing or premium vinyl electrical tape. Finally, we harness all of our wiring with automotive-grade cloth and fleece tapes to help keep the wiring in place and eliminate the chances of buzzes or rattles while you are driving.
Mounting locations for control and interface modules are treated with the same attention to detail. We will create a bracket or adapter where necessary to mount each piece of the system securely and safely. We avoid sources of heat and electrical interference while choosing locations that are away from moving parts like the vehicle steering or the brake pedal.
Human Machine Interface Design
After we have maximized the performance of the system, we will complete the installation by finalizing the interface. For radar-based systems, we take the time required to mount the indicators in a way that mimics a factory-installed installation. The warning buzzer will be mounted out of sight but in a location that ensures it is audible, even when you have the music turned up.
For camera-based systems, we’ll make sure that the display solution we have chosen is easy to see and that the system operates without the need for input from the driver. When you activate the turn signal, the image will appear automatically.
The Best Blind Spot Monitoring Systems in North Carolina
Whether you live here in Clayton or are driving from Holly Springs, Cary, Pinehurst, Apex or Morrisville, our team of automotive integration experts is available six days a week to provide you with products and services that will enhance the safety and enjoyment of your vehicle. If you are in the Raleigh area, drop by our store. If you are farther away and would like to schedule a consultation, give us a call or send an e-mail using our contact page.