Instructions for HUD Mobile Navigation Bracket
The original intention of the design:
Nowadays the majority of people take advantage of a smart phone for navigation. A large number of mobile brackets appear attribute to its inconvenience of placing. While there are such defects as it’s inconvenient to grasp, uneasy to lower or raise head for drivers and tend to block sight among these mobile brackets, which make them uneasy to use.
So we designed this product:
HUD mobile navigation bracket exploits the hardened organic glass to prevent scratch and project navigation information onto the panel based on optical reflection theorem. When placed on the center console, drivers don’t need to bow to see because it will not block sight. Thus drivers could pay more attention to the road conditions nearby. In the meanwhile, the design avoids the drivers observing the distant road conditions, which makes the navigation information more visualized and thereby improves the driving safety.
Method of installation
1. The parts should be installed to the main body by pressing as shown below
2. Cleaning the surface on which is to be placed. It is generally recommend to clean the surface with dipped cloth. Then waiting for surface dry.
3. Jointing the base into the adhesive surface and exerting proper pressure to make the bonding effective after drying.
4. Putting the phone on the stents antiskid mat and adjusting the organic glass board to appropriate angle according to individual visual angle.
HUD Mobile Navigation Bracket can be placed on the center console and the best visual angle is 45°. Also can be adjusted according to individual preference.
Starting your car after opening the mobile navigation system and setting the proper route (now most of the navigation systems contain a reflection mode).
- Car mobile phone GPS HUD head up display accessories compatible with all smart phones.
- You can see navigation projections from the head up display reflector lens easily and safely.
- The reflected image is discernible in any visibility (day and night) and displays it right in driver’s line of sight.