Keeping your eyes on the road is becoming a necessity and the law. Distractions from mobile devices are not accepted by law enforcement and severe penalties are starting to appear all over North America. You can take distractions away and maintain your alertness by having needed car data at your eyesight level. No more looking down to see what the temperature is outside or what your RPM’s are.
This Head-Up Display or HUD is 3.5 inches wide and displays driving data on the front windshield such as speed and RPM. The idea is for any drivers to avoid having them to look down especially when it is dark out. Very useful on the highway when wildlife is around and crossing the road, drivers can have all the data at eyesight level. Its OBD interface plug and play makes it easy to set. The G3 HUD Car display powers on and off at the same time you turn your car ON or OFF. The display retains the manual switching of ON or OFF as needed.
The brightness can be adjusted automatically or manually depending on the daylight around you. The black surface eliminates the unwanted reflection for more safety. High definition LED lumens will provide the data in various colors to differentiate the data source.
- driving speed;
- driving time;
- driving distance;
- local time;
- driving direction;
- over speed alarm;
- automatic light adjustment;
- satellite signal display; and
- distance units (KM or MILES).
- Model: G3;
- Screen size: 3.5 inches;
- Voltage: DC 8-18V
- Current/Amps: 40mA;
- Precision: ±1°
- Real-time Precision: Identical as GPS (satellite);
- Cold start: 30 sec / Hot start: 1s
- Item size: 88 x 53 x 13mm;
- 12V Car Charge: 1000mA
- Item net weight: 40g
Note to Buyers: The G3 HUD Car Display should be installed only in cars which have an OBD interface, plug, and play. Ensure your car is compatible with OBD connectors. Verify it has an OBD CERTIFIED near your electrical panel or battery under the hood. If you find out your G3 HUD Car Display illuminates and display only for 30 seconds and then it turns off automatically, it is because the OBD interface isn’t compatible.