Paracoat Products Limited, a
leading auto component manufacturer and trend setter in the NVH (Noise,
Vibration and Heat) Solutions sector, cemented their reach in the Indian
component sector with the launch of three new automotive safety products at
14th Auto Expo 2018. The three safety products—Child Safety Seats – 1st Child
Safety Seat which has been certified by ARAI (Automotive Research Association
of India), Front & Rear Dash Cams for Cars & Bikes and EV Charging
The newly launched products will help Paracoat consolidate its
position as the trend setter in the automotive sector. The prices of the three
products are starting from Rs. 1750 /for Child safety seat, Rs. 6000 for Car
Cam F/R/I per set, Rs. 7,500/ for Bike Cam set and Rs. 3.25 lacs for EV
Chargers with 2 Adaptors respectively.
The company launched NVH
Solutions for the retail market in the last Auto Expo. “With the launch of
these devices we are ensuring that people should get the world class experience
in safety solutions as well. Being a company which caters to all the auto OEMs
and supply more than 30 different NVH and safety solutions for a passenger and
commercial vehicle, we take it as our responsibility to constantly upgrade our
products and take the safety to the next level and this is an attempt in that
direction,” says Rajesh Poddar, Director, Paracoat Products Limited.
According to a study child safety
Seats can reduce infant death rate by 75% and children injury by 45%. The
Paracoat Child Safety Seats are the only child seats in the Indian market which
has been certified by the ARAI. The company has launched 3 models and these
seats can be used for the kids up to the age of 10 years.
The Front Dash Recording
Camera can be installed on the dashboard of the car and record the view through
the windscreen. The Front Dash Cam has 2.74’’ LCD touchscreen, will capture 120
wide angle views. The Rear-View Camera can be installed on the rear windshield
and the recording can be seen on the rear view mirror. These cameras will have
4.3’’ LCD screen, 140 angle view capture. Both the cameras have Sony Sensor,
Full HD, Superior Night Vision and Shock Activated Recording features. The Internal Recording Camera can be
installed on the dashboard of the car and record the inside view of the car;
this camera would be helpful in keeping an eye on the indisciplined cab drivers
or the impolite passengers.
For Bikes the Front View
Camera will be a part of side view mirror and the recording can be seen on the
same mirror. The Rear-View Camera will be installed on the number plate. Both
the cameras are IPX6- water resistant, full HD, high quality night recording
and shock activated recording features.
Electric Vehicle Charging
Station Looking at the Indian Government’s electric vehicle policy, the company
has launched electric vehicle charging station with an objective to build an
infrastructure for the EVs and plug in hybrids. This EV charger focuses on:
1. Ease of Use:
a. Universal Charger
b. 8-inch interactive colour touch screen display
c. Coiled charging cable easy operation
2. Easy Installation:
a. Can be assembled on single pedestal unit, easy &
ready to install
b. Dual level 2 AC charger to charge 2 vehicles
c. I Phase 240V/7.4KW & III Phase 240V/22KW power lines
3. Turnkey Ready:
a. Plug and Play networked solutions
b. Integrated universal reader for allowing open cashless
c. Modular Design
The EV charging station is a
comprehensive platform which has remote access and rate management to set
rates, report’s usage of power, billing and machine monitoring and also have
software updating facility.
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