BMW 5 Series Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 5 Series: Overview of Sensors

The graphic below provides an overview of the main sensors used in the G30 for the Driver Assistance Systems and shows their installation locations.

Overview of Sensors
G30 Overview of sensors

  1. Control unit for radar sensor, right (RSR) (also known as Short Range Radar (SRR) in Technical Systems)
  2. KAFAS stereo camera
  3. Blind Spot Detection (primary) (also known as Short Range Radar (SRR) in Technical Systems)
  4. Blind Spot Detection (secondary) (also known as Short Range Radar (SRR) in Technical Systems)
  5. Control unit for radar sensor, left (RSL) (also known as Short Range Radar (SRR) in Technical Systems)
  6. Active Cruise Control (ACC) (also known as Full Range Radar Sensor (FRR) in Technical Systems)
  7. Night Vision camera

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