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Preco Electronics to launch wireless blind spot radar technology

By |  March 11, 2020

Photo: Preco logo

Preco Electronics will soon release Precolink, a wireless communication system supporting all Preco sensors and in-cab displays.

With Precolink, customers and dealers will have a wireless option for when running wires isn’t most optimal.

“Preco has always worked to provide the most effective and flexible collision mitigation systems,” says Tom Loutzenheiser, Preco’s vice president of business development. “Precolink is another step in advancing the flexibility of our PreView radar systems. Precolink can reduce the installation cost for complex or large equipment.”

For other equipment such as rotating cranes and telescoping platforms, cable runs are virtually impossible. Precolink makes this implementation not only possible but easy, the company says.

Precolink’s wireless body harness solution will replace the hard-wired connection between the sensor and display with a wireless link.

One component of Precolink is the Precolink coordinator, which is an in-cab connection for Preco displays or monitors. This includes a display adapter cable. The Precolink end device is another component. Each end device supports up to four PreView sensors.

Also, each Precolink Coordinator can support up to three Precolink end devices.

Preco has offered blind spot monitoring and collision avoidance systems for heavy and medium-duty and mobile equipment for more than 20 years. The company’s radar-based solutions mitigate collisions and minimize the occurrence of incident-related property damage, injuries and fatalities by protecting operators’ blind spots.


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Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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