High protection level (IP68)
Automatic voltage polarity reverse protection
RoHS compliant, CE, EMARK certified
Why install reversing alarm and warning alarm?
Reversing alarms and warning alarms, also known as backup alarms or reversing buzzers, are installed in vehicles and equipment to alert pedestrians, workers, and other nearby people to the presence of large moving objects that may be difficult to see. They are commonly used in construction machinery, garbage trucks, delivery vans, and other vehicles and equipment that can pose a danger to pedestrians or workers. When a vehicle is reversing, the reversing alarm usually emits a loud beep, which is a warning sign that alerts people who may be walking or working nearby.
Warning alarm is similar, but may be activated in different situations, such as when a vehicle is turning or changing lanes. The purpose of these warning alarm is to help prevent accidents and injuries, especially in busy and crowded environments where visibility may be limited. Although some areas may have noise restrictions related to reversing and warning alarms, many countries require certain types of vehicles and equipment to have these safety features installed and functioning properly. This helps keep drivers and pedestrians safe and can help prevent accidents and injuries in the workplace and on the road.