|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.75 x 3 x 8.4 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||37312|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||37312|
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Maxsa 37312 Park Right Dual Laser Parking Assist Guide System for 2 Vehicle Garages with Adjustable Lasers, AC Adapter, and Battery Backup, Silver
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- Park Right Dual Laser accommodates one or two cars to park and navigate tight garages with ease
- Motion sensor detects movement up to 10 feet away
- Two adjustable laser beams tell you where to stop to park perfectly, every time
- Easy installation with either included screws or double stick tape, AC powered, requires no wiring, and optional backup battery (3 AA batteries not included)
- Meets Class IIIA Red Laser requirements for highest safety and performance
Product does not require a battery
Warranty does not cover misuse of product.
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MAXSA Park Right Series Garage Laser Parks
Park Perfectly Every Time.
Park Perfectly Every Time
The Park Right Garage Laser Park automatically shines a laser on your car to guide you to the perfect parking spot every time. Simply drive into your garage and follow the laser. Once the laser is shining on the designated spot on your car, you are parked perfectly.
Protect Your Car and Garage
Parking in the same spot every time will reduce the chance of damage to your vehicle, walls, objects, or another vehicle. Protect your possessions and you and your car. Stop worrying about hitting anything in those tight parking spaces.
The Garage Laser Park is activated when motion is detected, eliminating the hassle of getting out of your car to turn it on. This makes for a simple and smooth parking experience.
The Garage Laser Park installs easily with a screwdriver or a drill. Use the included mounting screws and anchors to mount your device. Then point the laser on a predetermined spot on your vehicle. Installation is simple and quick.
Adjustable, Accurate, Dependable, Perfect.
Adjustable lasers allow you to aim for the spot you want on your vehicle so you can park in the same spot consistently and accurately.
Navigate tight garages with ease. Don't worry about damaging your belongings or your vehicle.
Choose where you park so you can easily coordinate your precious garage space.
Battery back-up means our Garage Laser Park devices will still function even if your home loses power.
Single-car garages need one of our Park Right Garage Laser Parks with one laser.
Two car garages need one of our Park Right Dual Laser Parks.
We even have a version of our Dual Garage Laser Park with a built-in light that lights your way to and from your vehicle.
|Number of Lasers/Cars||1||1||2||2||2|
|Approximate Time On||Stays on 15 seconds after motion stops||Stays on 15 seconds after motion stops||Stays on 15 seconds after motion stops||Stays on 15 seconds after motion stops||Stays on 15 seconds after motion stops|
|Power Source||9V AC Adapter||9V AC Adapter||6V AC Adapter||6V AC Adapter||6V AC Adapter|
|Backup Power||One 9V Battery||One 9V Battery||Three AA batteries||Three AA batteries||Three AA batteries|
About MAXSA Innovations
MAXSA Innovations is dedicated to creating unique and truly innovative products. MAXSA has one goal--your complete satisfaction. MAXSA Innovations products are designed to protect you, ensure your safety, keep you comfortable, and enhance your overall enjoyment of life. MAXSA designs all of its products to be dependable, easy to install, easy to use, and cost effective.
MAXSA Innovations products are precision manufactured for quality. Questions? Customer service and technical support are available.
Frequently Asked Questions
for the Park Right Garage Laser Parks
1. What is included with this product?
You receive your Park Right Garage Laser Park, a mounting bracket, mounting hardware, AC adapter, and an instruction manual.
2. How will it help me park?
The laser shows you how far to pull into the garage and where to stop so you don’t hit anything in the garage. As you pull into the garage, you will see the laser travel over your vehicle. When the laser reaches the pre-determined point on your vehicle, you know to stop.
3. Can I put my Park Right Garage Laser Park anywhere?
If you have the Park Right Garage Laser Park with one laser, the device needs to be placed in line with your garage door and with the motion sensor facing the garage door. Be sure that raising the garage door will not block the laser or the motion sensor. The motion sensor is the small, cloudy half-globe on the front of the unit that is directly in front of the laser. The Park Right Garage Laser Park also needs to be within range of a power outlet so it can be plugged in.
If you have the Park Right Garage Laser Park with two lasers, you can place the device where it is most useful for both vehicles. The lasers can be adjusted in any direction. Be sure the Park Right Garage Laser Park is within range of a power outlet and the motion sensor can sense your vehicle. The motion sensor is the small, cloudy half-globe on the front of the unit halfway between the lasers.
4. How long are the power cords on the AC adapters?
The power cords on the AC adapters for the Park Right Garage Laser Park devices with one laser are 9 feet long. The power cords on the AC adapters for the Park Right Garage Laser Park devices with two lasers are 6.5 feet long.
5. What if the power cord isn’t long enough to suit my needs?
Many garage door motors have an outlet you can use which will allow you to place the Park Right Garage Laser Park nearby. If you do not have a garage door opener or an electrical outlet near where you would like to position your Park Right Garage Laser Park, you can use any extension cord to bring power to your device.
6. Can I use battery power instead of the AC adapter as the main source of power?
No. Battery power is only meant as a back-up power supply and is not intended to provide long-term power. The AC power adapter should be used as the main source of power.
7. What type of batteries do the Park Right Garage Laser Parks use and how long do the batteries last?
The Park Right Garage Laser Parks with one laser have a battery compartment for one 9V battery. The Park Right Garage Laser Parks with two lasers have a battery compartment for three AA batteries. Battery power should provide power for around one week, depending on usage. Battery power is for back-up in case of a power outage and should not be used as a main source of power.
8. What is the sensitivity of the motion sensor? Can the sensor be adjusted?
The motion sensor has a range of 15 feet and will detect any motion from warm objects (people, cars, animals) within this range. The motion sensor is not adjustable.
9. How long will the laser stay on?
When you first connect power to the Park Right Garage Laser Park, the laser will turn on as a test that will last roughly 30 seconds. After that, the laser will be triggered by motion and will stay on as long as motion is detected. The laser will turn off roughly 15 seconds after the device stops detecting motion.
10. Will the laser stay on all the time?
No. The Park Right Garage Laser Park is motion-activated only. The laser will stay on as long as the device has power and detects motion.
11. What locations on my vehicle are good to use as a guide or target for the laser?
You can use multiple locations on your vehicle as a guide or target for the laser. You can use a hood ornament if you have one, the top or the edge of the dashboard, or any other feature on the vehicle you are able to see.
12. Are the lasers used in these products safe? What class are the lasers?
The lasers in all of the Park Right Garage Laser Parks are Class IIIA (or 3A) lasers. You should never look directly at any type of laser or shine them in your eyes. However if you accidentally look directly at the laser, the human aversion reflex should involuntarily cause you to look away before the laser has enough time to cause any damage. MAXSA Innovations has been selling this product for over a decade and has not had one case of these lasers causing harm.
13. How far will the laser beams reach?
Laser beams are highly concentrated beams of light that will persist for long distances and are more than capable of reaching anywhere in your garage or carport.
14. Will the Park Right Garage Laser Parks work outside the United States?
The Park Right Garage Laser Park devices work in any country that uses a 110V - 120V, 60Hz AC power source and A/B Plug Type. Otherwise you will need a power adapter. Be sure to check the electrical power standards of any country you visit if you plan to use an electrical device designed for US electrical power standards.
15. What if my question is not answered here?
Please feel free to contact MAXSA Innovations directly. We are always willing to help and as we get more questions, we will update these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) accordingly.
The Dual Garage Laser Perfect Parking Guide is motion activated to help you park perfectly every time. Drive forward until the laser beam hits the pre-determined spot indicating you are parked correctly. Perfect for tight garages. Stop worrying about hitting sports or lawn equipment or putting dings or dents on your car! Designed to accommodate two vehicles.
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Due to some of the Amazon comments that "one of the lasers didn't last long or was very weak", I tested it in my kitchen for several hours to insure it was working as promised. After reading the instructions, I then mounted in the the ceiling about half way between the driver seats. I picked a location that was about 90 degrees to the windshield, hoping to reduce reflection. I saw that the instructions said not to use the double sided tape on ceiling mounts, but I wanted to test the location before permanently attaching it with screws.
I like that the base can go up first, and then you mount the laser. It was easy to install and I had plenty of power cord to reach the nearest receptacle. I then parked both vehicles in their spaces to adjust the lasers. As I attempted to rotate each laser dot to land on the dashboards near the steering wheel. But as I moved the lasers to their extreme, the ball would pop out of its socket. With some effort, I was able to re-insert the lasers, but found that I did not have as much angular travel as I needed. I studied the angle and saw if I could move the laser base back, It would increase the distance where the laser intersected the hood/dashboard.
Here is where I discovered my error of using the tape. I lost some paint trying to get the base off. That was my mistake and I will repair that soon.
Now that the laser was in the second location, I again tried to gently adjust the location of the laser dot on each car. As before, any adjustment to the extreme, not matter how gently, causes the ball to come out of the socket. With the laser at the best angle I could get it, the "dot" would not extend into the dashboard. I had to settle for it landing somewhere on car hood. I now have to remember that location of each vehicle when parking.
I can try moving the base a third time, but as you can see in the pictures, the power cord is at its max. That would mean an extension cord running across the ceiling and I'm not excited about that.
I did email MACSA with this problem and they got back to me very quickly. They stated that they knew about the problem and was working on it. They offered to sell me a second one (at a discount) and it came in white.
It’s still working as promised, but I have to be satisfied with the dots landing on my car hoods.
Ok enough of that, how does it work? I bought the double laser model and mounted it in the middle of the garage where my wife parks, her car "just" fits in the garage with about 1 inch on each mirror clearance when she drives in the opening of the garage, so moved her car into the garage opening so that her mirrors were about 1 foot from entering the garage at the narrowest part, then I aimed one of the lasers at the very center of her dash, this way when she is entering she will have a visual to tell if the car is centered. Then we moved the car inside just far enough that the garage door will miss the back bumper by about 1 inch, and I positioned the second laser to a spot on her dash, done deal! then I backed her car out and gave it a try, worked like a charm! So Im happy it worked out, not so happy I had to order another power supply for my led light charger to replace the one that is now running the garage Parking guide.