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A Parking Sensor with a Twist [Project]
posted October 28 2014 18:38.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis




checho0180 wanted to give his dad and extra help when parking in his parking area. Instead of designing a classic built-on-bumper parking sensor with ultrasonic transceiver pairs, he went the other way. He designed a transmitter module with an ultrasonic pair which is fixed on the garage. This module then wirelesly transmits the distance to a receiver module inside the car which has an LCD to show the number.

This is the transmitter with the ultrasonic pair on the garage side:


All details in his instructable page

And you may now ask yourselves, why not making a parking sensor on the bumper of the car??? Its just a matter of taste, and (i think) dad would not allow his son to put holes in the car...

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