Mazda 2: Laser Sensor

The Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) laser sensor is installed at the top of the windscreen near the rearview mirror.

Laser Sensor


Always keep the surface of the windscreen around the laser sensor clean to assure proper operation of the Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) system.

WARNING

As there is the possibility of eye damage occurring from the laser, always heed the following precautions:

Laser Sensor


Laser sensor radiation data

Maximum average power: 45 mW

Pulse duration: 33 ns

Wavelength: 905 nm

Divergence angle (horizontal×vertical): 28 degrees×12 degrees

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