The beep of conventional reversing warning devices is quickly perceived as annoying and unconsciously ignored or even manipulated (or deactivated). The "white noise", on the other hand, always occurs. It can be easily located, even better than the otherwise used beep, and is no longer heard a few meters outside the danger area. Maximum perception of persons affected with minimal harassment of uninvolved persons. This is how safety must work. The "white noise" is designed for the middle application area such as road traffic and normal loud operating premises. With up to 97 dB, you are also heard here.
Since visibility is often obstructed, the backup warning buzzer provides added safety when a vehicle is backing up – and warns people to get out of the way.
As soon as the vehicle’s reverse gear is engaged, the buzzer emits a beeping warning tone until the vehicle begins moving forward.