Ackton P5000 user manual

User manual for the device Ackton P5000

Device: Ackton P5000
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Date of adding : 2014-08-24 12:46:54
Number of pages: 12
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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 1
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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 2 ongratulations, You have made a wise investment and an excellent choice in selecting a Precision Park System by Ackton. C Your Precision Park system utilizes the latest technology and quality components to provide you and your family with years of reliable service. Ackton's products have over 20 years of reverse sensing experience and are manufactured to demanding ISO 9001 and QS 9000 standards. Quality, that

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 3 Function Specification The Precision Park 5000 system consists of four ultrasonic sensors, one control unit, one wiring harness and one display/speaker. The sensors operate both as transmitters and as receivers, which send an ultra high frequency sound wave (sonar) that is reflected off an object and received. The distance from the obstacle is evaluated through the transit time of the signals and is indicated by a sequence of pulse tone

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 4 I. Installation Instructions Material and Tool Check Insure that all of the components are in the kit, they include: Sensors ( 4) Control Module (1) Sensor Cables (4) Display & Cable (1) Velcro Pad Splice (1) Connectors (2) Cable Ties Sensor angle shims(12) (10) Manual (1) Tools required to install the system: Alcohol Electric Wipe Tape Pilot drill bit Pliers or Safty Power Drill Crimp Tool Glasses Elec.Test Light Tape measure Other com

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 5 II. Sensor Installation Sensor installation will depend on the sensors supplied with the system either flush mount or surface mount. Locate your sensor type from the sensors below. flush mount with flush mount surface mount adjustable angle NOTE: The driver's side is considered the left side of the vehicle. The sensors are marked: R=Right, CR=Center Right, CL=Center Left, L=Left Begin by parking on a flat level surface, set brake and dis

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 6 Surface mount Sensors may be mounted below or above the bumper. To protect the rear corner of the vehicle, mount sensors within 1' from the edge. Place the sensors at the desired locations and mark drill holes with a felt tip marker. Prior to drilling, check the underside of the bumper to be certain that there are no wires or items that may be damaged by the drill bit. Drill using the bit with proper size. Screw sensor onto bumper. Each

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 7 Prior to drilling check the underside of the bumper to be certain that there are no wires or items that may be damaged by the drill bit. Leave the tape on when drilling to reduce any chipping of the paint that may occur around the opening Drill a pilot hole or use the pilot bit to drill the proper holes for sensor placement. (Use straight steel bit when drilling into a steel bumper). Remove tape. Dig out foam in the sensor holes

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 8 Attach sensor cable extensions and cable tie the sensor cables to conceal. Be certain the cables will reach the control module then fasten the control module using the screws provided. Attach the sensor cables to the control module. Be sure to match the correct sensor location with the module inputs. Clean the display location with alcohol and attach display to dash. Run the display cable through an existing grommet. Cut grommet if neces

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 9 0-2F 2-4F 4-6F NOTE: All measurements are approximate. Due to an objects position, angle, size or shape, the reflected signal may mislead the receiving sensor. For a better understanding we suggest that you test your vehicle with different objects for a better understanding of the systems capabilities. V. Complete Installation: A. Conceal all cables starting at the display and beeper and work towards the control box. Use remaining

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 10 Technical Data CONTROL BOX SENSOR ITEM SPECIFICATION ITEM SPECIFICATION Specified voltage DC12V Operation voltage AC 90~130V P-P range Operation voltage DC10.8~15V Operating -30 C~80 C range temperature Standby current Below 100MA Storage -35 C~85 C Operating current Below 200MA temperature Operating 40KHz ± 2KHz Operating -30 C~80 C frequency Temperature Detection angle 120 Horizontal Storage -35 C~85 C 60 Vertical Temperature Detection m

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 11 Obstacles may not be detected Due to the obstacle's position, angle or size, the reflected signal may not reach the receiving sensor. Complex reflec- tions may also occur in a complex environment causing inaccurate detection. See examples 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Low lying obstacle A Complex environment: B will be B C detected but A cannot be detected. Distance A will be detected first, then A distance B, as the car reverses. B However, as the

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P5000 Series Owners Manual 12/16/04 5:16 PM Page 12 Important notice! 1). Precision Park is strictly meant as a drivers aid when parking by or backing up your vehicle. Not all objects will be detected your sensors, therefore you must exercise caution and common sense when reversing your vehicle. 2). Reverse your vehicle at a speed lower than 6mph for safety purpose. as 3). Always stop your vehicle when a solid beeping is heard it indicates an object in a dangerous distance no mor


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