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Review of CUB Blind Spot Detection - Towable Camper - CU95XR

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CUB Blind Spot Detection - Towable Camper - CU95XR Review


Hello everybody. This is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna take a look at this blind spot monitoring system for 40 foot long towable campers, travel trailers, or 5th wheels. This system here will monitor any blind spots for increased safety while you're traveling with that towable camper, or travel trailer, or 5th wheel setup. This kit here is compatible with most 40 foot long trailer types. Does include the 40 foot long trailer harness.

And this system does work in areas with low reception, such as in tunnels or mountains. It will include everything laid out here on the table. Just wanna zoom in and show you the pieces here. We'll start with the display indicator with the mounting bracket. You can see it has a mounting bracket that would install onto your windshield, or you can turn it around and install it onto your dash, either way.

Comes with the control unit right here. Comes with both left and right radar sensors with the grass gaskets when you install them. And it'll come with all the system harness you'd need to connect everything. Comes with the OBD-II harness right here, all the hardware and connectors right here in this bag. And it will even come with the installation and operation guide that'll show you how it installs and how it operates.

We'll start with the monitor here, this display monitor. This is an LED monitor. It will provide audio and visual alerts of your system. The indicators alert you to which side of the warning by blinking and emitting an audible tone for that side. The sensors right here, when you install them on the back here, it's a left and right radar sensor.

They are equipped with blind spot detection and lane change alert systems. They do use a radar frequency of 24 gigahertz. The blind spot detection will monitor adjacent lanes for up to 75 feet, and it automatically activates when your vehicle exceeds 15 miles an hour. The lane change alert will monitor adjacent lanes and indicate when vehicles are within the warning zone. It activates with the use of turn signals when your vehicle, again, exceeds 15 miles per hour. It will detect vehicles approaching at high speeds within two seconds of potential impact. And as we've mentioned, it is a very simple installation. Comes with all the included connectors and wiring you'll need, all the instructions on how it installs. Right here, this OBD-II connector works with your vehicle's diagnostic system to ensure accurate readings. All the connectors on this, they use an automotive-grade weathertight connector and wiring harness. This is ISO 17387 Type III, blind spot detection system standards compliant. But that should do it for the review on this blind spot monitoring system for the 40 foot long towable campers, travel trailers, and 5th wheels..


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