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Don’t Keep Your Drivers in the Dark


EYE-MAX® P/N: KIT5360LEDH Let Rosco’s Eye-Max® LED maximize vision


with illuminating lights for the front of the bus. These front crossview mirror downlighting LEDs increase visibility in an otherwise hard-to-see location during low light conditions.


LED


CROSSVIEW MIRROR W/ DOWNLIGHTING LEDS


SAFE-T-SCOPE® P/N: STSK360HD Rosco’s Safe-T-Scope® 360HD is a commercial


grade, surround view, aerial camera system. Developed to reduce collisions and increase safety, the system utilizes four (4) 192° field-of-vision cameras to offer drivers 360° three dimensional HD views around the school bus, covering crucial blind zones where visibility is otherwise lost.


With Illumination


With the new Eye-Max® LED under mounted lights, objects and children in front of the school bus are clearly visible to the driver.


F LR R B 360HD


3D HD SURROUND VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM


No Illumination


In low light conditions, the refl ection in any mirror is diffi cult to see. An object or child in front of the bus may be almost invisible.


6” x 30” mirror with 10” monitor showing 360 3D-HD System View


BOOTH#409 STN EXPO | INDIANA


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO RECORDER


BACK UP CAMERAS


INTERIOR CAMERAS


BACK UP SENSORS


COLLISION AVOIDANCE


MIRRORS SUN VISORS


90-21 144th Place Jamaica, New York 11435-4397 USA


www.roscomirrors.com


TEL (800) 227-2095 info@roscovision.com


www.roscovision.com


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