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Mazda CX-30 (2022 year). Manual in english - page 10

 

 

When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
A vehicle in front of your vehicle is
The system may not operate normally
running near a white (yellow) lane
under the following conditions.
line making it less visible.
The windshield is dirty or foggy.
The white (yellow) lane lines are less
Strong light is directed from the front
visible because of dirt or paint
of the vehicle (such as sunlight, or
flaking.
headlights (high-beam) of
White (yellow) lane lines are less
on-coming vehicles).
visible because of bad weather (rain,
fog, or snow).
System Operation
The vehicle is driven on a temporary
When the ignition is switched ON, the
lane or section with a closed lane
i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol (warning/
resulting from construction where
risk avoidance support system) (white)
there might be multiple white
turns on and the system goes on
(yellow) lane lines, or they are
standby.
interrupted.
The camera picks up an obscure line,
such as a temporary line being used
for construction, or because of
shade, unmelted snow, or grooves
filled with water.
The surrounding brightness suddenly
NOTE
changes such as when entering or
If the i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
exiting a tunnel.
(warning/risk avoidance support
Back-light is reflected off the road
system) (white) does not turn on, the
surface.
system is canceled using the
The road surface is wet and shiny
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch or the
after rain, or there are puddles on
personalization feature.
the road.
Operation conditions
The width of a lane is excessively
narrow.
When all of the following conditions
The vehicle is driven on roads with
are met, the i-ACTIVSENSE status
tight curves.
symbol (warning/risk avoidance
Heavy luggage is loaded in the
support system) on the
luggage compartment or on the rear
multi-information display changes
seat causing the vehicle to tilt.
from white to green and the system
The vehicle is driven through a fork in
becomes operational.
the road or a junction.
The vehicle speed is about 64 km/h
The shade of a guardrail parallel to a
(40 mph) or faster.
white (yellow) lane line is cast on the
The system detects white (yellow)
road.
lane lines.
The illumination of the headlights is
weakened because of dirt or the
optical axis is deviated at night.
The road is excessively uneven.
The vehicle is shaken after hitting a
road bump.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
System malfunction
When the system does not detect a
If there is a problem with the system,
white (yellow) lane line on one side
the i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
only, the system does not operate on
(warning/risk avoidance support
the side that is not being detected.
system) (white) and the i-ACTIVSENSE
When temporarily canceling the
warning indication/warning light on
system
the multi-information display turns on
and a message is indicated.
The LAS goes on standby in the
Refer to i-ACTIVSENSE Status Symbol
following cases: The LAS operation is
(Warning/Risk Avoidance Support
automatically restored when the
System) on page 4-97.
system's operation conditions are met.
Steering Wheel Operation Assist
The system cannot detect white
(yellow) lane lines.
When the system determines that the
The vehicle speed is less than about
vehicle might be deviating from its
56 km/h (35 mph).
lane, the steering wheel operation
The turn signal lever is operated.
assist operates.
The accelerator pedal is depressed
The system notifies the driver that it
abruptly.
provided steering wheel operation
The TCS/DSC is operating.
assistance on the multi-information
The TCS/DSC is turned off.
display and the active driving display.
The steering wheel is operated.
Multi-information display (Basic
The brake pedal is operated.
display)
The function is temporarily stopped.
The LAS stops functioning in the
following cases:
The temperature in the forward
sensing camera (FSC) is too high or
too low.
The windshield around the forward
sensing camera (FSC) is foggy.
The windshield around the forward
sensing camera (FSC) is blocked by
an obstruction, causing poor forward
visibility.
Strong light (such as sunlight, or
headlights (high-beam) of
on-coming vehicles) is directed at
the forward sensing camera (FSC).
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Multi-information display
NOTE
(i-ACTIVSENSE display)
If the ignition is switched OFF while
you have canceled the system using the
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch, the system
is automatically enabled the next time
the ignition is switched ON. However,
if the system is canceled using the
personalization features, the system is
not automatically enabled.
Active driving display
NOTE
When the driver operates the
steering wheel while the steering
wheel operation assist is operating,
the steering wheel operation
assistance is canceled.
System Canceling
The LAS can be set to inoperable.
(If only the LAS is turned off)
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
(If the LAS is turned off by operating
the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch)
Refer to i-ACTIVSENSE OFF Switch
on page 4-98.
4-155
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ The vehicle is being towed or towing
Smart Brake Support
another vehicle.
(SBS)*
¾ The vehicle is driven on rough roads
such as in areas where there is grass
Smart Brake Support (SBS)
and foliage or off-road.
Refer to Stopping the Smart Brake
The SBS is a system designed to detect
Support (SBS) System Operation on
target objects using sensors and
page 4-163.
cameras equipped on the vehicle, and
to reduce damage in the event of a
Forward detection function
collision by operating the brake control
The forward detection function is
if there is the possibility of your vehicle
designed to reduce damage in the
colliding with a target object.
event of a collision with target objects
One part of the SBS functions when
at the front.
you are driving forward and the other
The forward detection function detects
part functions when you are driving in
target objects (vehicles ahead,
reverse.
pedestrians, and bicycles) using the
Refer to Forward drive detection on
front radar sensor and the Forward
page 4-156.
Sensing Camera (FSC). If there is a
Refer to Reverse drive detection on
possibility of your vehicle colliding with
page 4-158.
a target object at the front, you are
Forward drive detection
notified of possible danger by a
warning sound and a warning
When you are driving forward, the
indication on the display.
following functions of the Smart Brake
Furthermore, if the possibility of a
Support (SBS) operate.
collision increases, the brake control is
Forward detection function
performed to reduce damage in the
event of a collision. In addition, when
the driver depresses the brake pedal,
WARNING
the brakes are applied firmly and
quickly to assist.
Do not rely completely on the SBS:
The SBS is only designed to reduce
(Vehicles with Driver Monitoring
damage in the event of a collision.
(DM))
The system may not operate normally
If the system determines that the driver
depending on the target object,
is not paying attention to the road, it
weather conditions, or traffic
activates the collision warning earlier
conditions. Over reliance on the
than normal.
system leading to the accelerator pedal
or brake pedal being mistakenly
Operation conditions
operated could result in an accident.
The forward detection function
operates when all of the following
CAUTION
conditions are met.
In the following cases, turn the SBS off
The ignition is switched ON.
to prevent a mis-operation.
The SBS is on.
(Object is vehicle ahead)
4-156 *Some models.
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
The vehicle speed is about 4 km/h
When crossing a narrow bridge,
(3 mph) or higher.
going under a low overhang, or
(Object is a pedestrian or bicycle)
passing through a narrow gate, a
The vehicle speed is between about
car washing machine, or tunnel.
10 and 80 km/h (6.3 to 49 mph).
When passing through a toll gate.
The DSC does not operate.
When entering an underground
parking area.
NOTE
There is a metal object, bump, or a
protruding object on the road.
When any of the following
If you suddenly come close to a
conditions is met, the forward
vehicle ahead.
detection function may not operate.
An animal, wall, or standing tree is
If there is the possibility of hitting
detected.
only a part of a vehicle or
While the system is operating, the
obstruction ahead.
driver is notified by the
You are driving your vehicle at the
multi-information display and the
same speed as the vehicle ahead.
active driving display.
When the driver deliberately
If a malfunction is detected or the
performs driving operations
system temporarily stops the
(accelerator operation, steering
function due to dirt on the sensors or
wheel operation).
cameras, the i-ACTIVSENSE warning
The accelerator pedal is depressed
light turns on and a message is
abruptly.
displayed on the multi-information
The brake pedal is depressed.
display.
The steering wheel is being
If the vehicle is stopped by the SBS
operated.
brake operation and the brake pedal
The selector lever is being shifted.
is not depressed, the SBS brake is
The turn signal lever is being
automatically released after about 2
operated.
seconds.
Warnings and messages, such as a
Collision warning
dirty windshield, related to the
Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) or
If there is the possibility of your vehicle
front radar sensor are being
colliding with a target object at the
displayed on the multi-information
front, the warning sound is activated
display.
continuously and a warning is
When any of the following
displayed on the multi-information
conditions is met, the forward
display and the active driving display.
detection function may operate.
There is an object in the road at
the entrance to a curve (including
guardrails and snow banks).
Passing an approaching vehicle
while rounding a curve.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Multi-information display
The SBS is only designed to reduce
damage in the event of a collision.
Over reliance on the system leading to
the accelerator pedal or brake pedal
being mistakenly operated could result
in an accident.
Heed the following cautions so that
the SBS can operate normally:
¾ Do not apply stickers (including
transparent stickers) to the areas
around the rear side radar sensors
and the rear ultrasonic sensors.
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
Otherwise, a rear side radar sensor
and a rear ultrasonic sensor may not
Active driving display
be able to detect vehicles and
obstructions correctly which could
result in an accident.
¾ Do not disassemble the rear side
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
radar sensors and rear ultrasonic
NOTE
sensors.
¾ If you recognize scratches around the
During brake control and brake assist
rear side radar sensors and rear
operation, the collision warning
ultrasonic sensors, stop using the SBS
sound is activated intermittently.
immediately and always have the
The operation distance and volume
vehicle inspected by an Authorized
of the collision warning can be
Mazda Dealer.
changed.
Refer to Stopping the Smart Brake
Refer to the Settings section in the
Support (SBS) System Operation on
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
page 4-163.
Reverse drive detection*
¾ Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer
for rear bumper removal/
When you are driving in reverse, the
installation.
following functions of the Smart Brake
Support (SBS) operate.
Do not modify the suspension:
Rearward detection function
If the vehicle height or inclination is
changed, the SBS may not operate
Rear crossing
correctly because it cannot detect
obstructions correctly.
WARNING
Do not rely completely on the SBS:
4-158 *Some models.
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Do not hit the rear side radar sensors
are notified of possible danger by a
and rear ultrasonic sensors forcefully:
warning sound and a warning
When washing the vehicle, do not
indication on the display.
spray highly pressurized water against
Furthermore, if the possibility of a
the rear side radar sensors and the rear
collision increases, brake control is
ultrasonic sensors, or rub them
performed to reduce damage in the
strongly. In addition, do not hit the rear
event of a collision.
bumper forcefully when loading and
unloading cargo. Otherwise, the
system will be unable to detect
obstructions correctly and the SBS may
not operate normally.
CAUTION
¾ In the following cases, turn the SBS
off to prevent a mis-operation.
¾ A trailer is pulled or an accessory
such as a bicycle carrier is installed
to the rear of the vehicle.
WARNING
¾ The vehicle is driven on rough
roads such as in areas where there
Always check the surrounding area
is grass and foliage or off-road.
visually when reversing the vehicle:
Refer to Stopping the Smart Brake
The operation of the rearward
Support (SBS) System Operation
detection function has certain
on page 4-163.
limitations. Therefore, the function
¾ Always use tires for all wheels that
might not operate or it might be
are of the specified size, and the
delayed even if there is a target object
same manufacture, brand, and tread
at the rear of your vehicle. Always
pattern. In addition, do not use tires
make it your responsibility as a driver
with significantly different wear
to check the rear.
patterns on the same vehicle. If such
Operation conditions
improper tires are used, the SBS may
not operate normally.
The rearward detection function
operates when all of the following
Rearward detection function
conditions are met.
The rearward detection function is
The engine is running.
designed to reduce damage in the
The SBS is on.
event of a collision with a target object
The selector lever is in the R position.
when reversing.
The vehicle speed is about 2 km/h
The rearward detection function
(2 mph) to 8 km/h (4 mph).
detects obstructions using the rear
There is no problem with the DSC.
ultrasonic sensors. In addition, if there
is the possibility of your vehicle
colliding with a target object at the rear
while you are driving in reverse, you
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
Heavy luggage is loaded in the
luggage compartment or on the
When any of the following
rear seat and the vehicle is tilted.
conditions is met, the rearward
Objects such as a wireless antenna,
detection function may not operate.
fog light, or illuminated license
Directly after the engine starts.
plate is installed near a rear
The height of the obstruction is
ultrasonic sensor.
low such as low walls or trucks
The orientation of a rear ultrasonic
with low loading platforms.
sensor has deviated for reasons
The height of the obstruction is
such as a collision.
high such as trucks with high
The vehicle is affected by other
loading platforms.
sound waves such as the horn,
The obstruction is not as large as a
engine noise, or rear ultrasonic
vehicle or wall.
sensor of another vehicle.
The obstruction is thin such as a
When any of the following
signpost.
conditions is met, the rearward
The surface of the obstruction is
detection function may operate.
not pointed vertically relative to
Reversing towards a steep
your vehicle.
ascending slope.
The obstruction is soft such as a
There are grating, wheel blocks, a
hanging curtain or snow stuck to a
road curb, or a bump.
vehicle.
There is a hanging curtain or
The obstruction is shaped
railroad crossing gate.
irregularly.
Reversing near objects such as
The obstruction is extremely close.
foliage, barriers, vehicles, walls, or
When any of the following
fences.
conditions is met, the rearward
The vehicle is driven on rough
detection function may not operate
roads such as in areas where there
normally.
is grass and foliage or off-road.
Snow, ice, or mud adheres to the
When reversing through low gates,
area around a rear ultrasonic
narrow gates, car washing
sensor.
machines, tunnels, or into a
The vehicle posture is unstable due
mechanical parking garage.
to sudden operation of the steering
A towing bar is installed or a trailer
wheel, accelerator pedal, or brake
is connected.
pedal.
If the vehicle is stopped by the SBS
There is another obstruction near
brake operation and the brake pedal
one obstruction.
is not depressed, the SBS brake is
During inclement weather such as
automatically released after about 2
rain, fog, and snow.
seconds.
High or low humidity.
Collision warning
High or low temperatures.
Strong winds.
If there is the possibility of your vehicle
The path of travel is not flat.
colliding with a vehicle approaching
from the rear on the left or right, or
from the rear while you are driving in
4-160
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
reverse, a warning sound is activated
performed to reduce damage in the
continuously and a warning is
event of a collision.
displayed on the multi-information
display and the active driving display.
Multi-information display
WARNING
Always check the surrounding area
visually when reversing the vehicle:
The operation of the Rear Crossing
detection function has certain
limitations. Therefore, the function
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
might not operate or it might be
delayed even if there is a vehicle
Active driving display
passing through the rear of your
vehicle. Always make it your
responsibility as a driver to check the
rear.
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
NOTE
Do not rely completely on the Rear
During brake control, the collision
Crossing detection function:
warning sound is activated
The Rear Crossing detection function
intermittently.
operates on vehicles while you are
driving in reverse. It will not operate on
Rear crossing
walls, pedestrians, or animals.
The Rear Crossing detection function is
Operation conditions
designed to reduce the damage in the
event of a collision with a vehicle
The Rear Crossing detection function
approaching from the rear sides while
operates when all of the following
driving in reverse.
conditions are met.
The Rear Crossing detection function
The engine is running.
detects approaching vehicles using the
The SBS is on.
rear side radar sensors. If there is the
The selector lever is in the R position.
possibility of your vehicle colliding with
The vehicle speed is about 10 km/h
a vehicle approaching from the rear
(6.2 mph) or slower.
sides while you are driving in reverse,
The vehicle speed of an approaching
you are notified of possible danger by
vehicle is about 3 km/h (2 mph) or
a warning sound and a warning
faster.
indication on the display.
There is no problem with the DSC.
Furthermore, if the possibility of a
collision increases, brake control is
4-161
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
A vehicle is approaching directly
from the rear of your vehicle.
When any of the following
conditions is met, the i-ACTIVSENSE
warning indication/warning light is
turned on and the system operation
is stopped. If the i-ACTIVSENSE
warning indication/warning light
remains on, have the vehicle
inspected by an Authorized Mazda
Dealer as soon as possible.
There is a problem with the
1. Your vehicle
system.
A large deviation in the installation
The vehicle is parked on a slant.
position of a rear side radar sensor
on the vehicle has occurred.
Snow, ice, or mud is adhering
around a rear side radar sensor.
The temperature around a rear side
radar sensor is high.
Driving on snow-covered roads for
1. Your vehicle
long periods.
The battery voltage has decreased.
A vehicle is approaching from the
opposite direction on a steep
When any of the following
conditions is met, the Rear Crossing
gradient.
detection function will not detect
approaching vehicles or they may be
difficult to detect.
The rear side radar sensor
detection area is obstructed by a
nearby wall or parked vehicle.
(Reverse the vehicle to a position
where the radar sensor detection
1. Your vehicle
area is no longer obstructed.)
Directly after the engine starts.
Just after the SBS operation has
been enabled using [Settings] in
Mazda Connect.
Radio wave interference from a
radar sensor equipped on a vehicle
parked nearby.
1. Your vehicle
When any of the following
conditions is met, the Rear Crossing
may operate.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
There is a hanging curtain or
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
railroad crossing gate.
Reversing near objects such as
Active driving display
foliage, barriers, vehicles, walls, or
fences.
The vehicle is driven on rough
roads such as in areas where there
1.
“BRAKE!” message is displayed
is grass and foliage or off-road.
NOTE
When reversing through low gates,
During brake control, the collision
narrow gates, car washing
warning sound is activated
machines, or tunnels.
intermittently.
A towing bar is installed or a trailer
is connected.
Stopping the Smart Brake Support
If the vehicle is stopped by the SBS
(SBS) System Operation
brake operation and the brake pedal
is not depressed, the SBS brake is
The SBS can be changed to inoperable.
Refer to the Settings section in the
automatically released after about 2
seconds.
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
Collision warning
When the SBS is canceled, the SBS OFF
If there is the possibility of your vehicle
indicator light turns on.
colliding with a vehicle approaching
from the rear on the left or right, or
from the rear while you are driving in
reverse, a warning sound is activated
continuously and a warning is
displayed on the multi-information
NOTE
display and the active driving display.
When the ignition is switched OFF
Multi-information display
while the SBS forward drive detection
is canceled, the SBS forward drive
detection is automatically enabled the
next time the ignition is switched ON.
4-163
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Rear view/rear wide view
360° View Monitor*
The image from the rear of the
vehicle is displayed on the center
360° View Monitor
display.
The 360°View Monitor consists of the
The image from the rear assists the
following functions which assist the
driver in checking the rear of the
driver in checking the area surrounding
vehicle by displaying guide lines on
the vehicle using various indications in
the displayed image taken from the
the center display and a warning sound
rear of the vehicle.
while the vehicle is being driven at low
Parking sensor
speeds or while parking.
If there are any obstructions near the
vehicle while the top view/side view
Top view
is displayed, an obstruction
The top view displays an image of
detection indication turns on around
the vehicle from directly above on
the bumper in the center display.
the center display by combining the
The parking sensors use ultrasonic
images taken from the 4 cameras set
sensors to detect obstructions
on all sides of the vehicle. The top
around the vehicle when the vehicle
view displays on the right side of the
is driven at low speeds, such as
screen when the front view or rear
during garage or parallel parking,
view screen is being displayed. The
and notifies the driver of the
top view assists the driver in
approximate distance from the
checking the area surrounding the
vehicle to the surrounding
vehicle when the vehicle is moving
obstruction using sound and an
forward or in reverse.
obstruction detection indication.
Front view/front wide view
Refer to Parking Sensor System on
The image from the front of the
page 4-231.
vehicle is displayed on the center
Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)
display.
If there is the possibility of a collision
The view from the front assists the
with an approaching vehicle while
driver in checking the front of the
the front view/front wide view/side
vehicle by displaying guide lines on
view is displayed, a warning is
the displayed image taken from the
displayed on the center display.
front of the vehicle.
The Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA) is
Side view
designed to assist the driver in
The images taken from the front left
checking both sides of the vehicle
and right sides of the vehicle are
when the vehicle starts to drive at an
displayed on the center display.
intersection.
The side view assists the driver in
Refer to Front Cross Traffic Alert
checking the front sides of the
(FCTA) on page 4-121.
vehicle by displaying guide lines on
the displayed image taken from the
front left and right sides of the
vehicle.
4-164 *Some models.
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
The shooting range of the cameras and
If there is the possibility of a collision
detection range of the sensors are
with an approaching vehicle while
limited. For example, the areas in black
the rear view/rear wide view is
at the front and rear of the vehicle
displayed, a warning is displayed on
image and the seams where each of
the center display.
the camera images merge are blind
The Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
spots where an obstruction may not be
uses rear side radar sensor to detect
visible. In addition, the extended
vehicles approaching from the rear
vehicle width lines and projected
left and right sides of the vehicle,
vehicle path lines are only to be used
and it assists the driver in checking
as references, and the images on the
the rear of the vehicle while reversing
screen may differ from the actual
by flashing the Blind Spot Monitoring
conditions.
(BSM) warning lights and activating
the warning sound.
CAUTION
Refer to Rear Cross Traffic Alert
(RCTA) on page 4-124.
¾ Do not use the 360°View Monitor
under any of the following
360°View Monitor Range
conditions.
¾ Icy or snow-covered roads.
¾ Tire chains or a temporary spare
tire is installed.
¾ The front or rear doors are not fully
closed.
¾ The vehicle is on a road incline.
¾ Bumpy roads.
¾ The door mirrors are retracted.
¾ Do not hit the front/rear camera,
front bumper, liftgate, and door
mirrors forcefully. The camera
position or installation angle may
shift.
1. Cameras
¾ The cameras are waterproof. Do not
2. Ultrasonic sensors
disassemble, modify, or remove a
3. Front/Rear side radar sensors
camera.
¾ The camera cover is made of hard
WARNING
plastic, therefore do not apply oil
film remover, organic solvents, wax,
Always confirm the safety of the area
or coating agents. If any such agent
around the vehicle with the mirrors
gets on the camera cover, wipe it off
and directly with your eyes when
using a soft cloth immediately.
driving:
The 360°View Monitor is an auxiliary
device which assists the driver in
checking the safety of the area around
the vehicle.
4-165
When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ Do not rub the camera lens
NOTE
forcefully, or clean it with an abrasive
If there are water droplets, snow, or
or hard brush. Otherwise, it could
mud on the camera lens, wipe it off
scratch the camera lens and
using a soft cloth. If the camera lens
negatively affect the images.
is especially dirty, wash it off with
¾ If a camera lens is severely damaged
mild detergent.
by flying gravel, have the camera
If the camera lens is touched or there
replaced. For camera replacement,
is any dirt on it, it could affect the
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
screen image. Wipe the lens using a
¾ Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer
soft cloth.
for repair, painting, or replacement
If the area where the camera is
of the front/rear camera, front
installed, such as the front bumper,
bumper, liftgate and door mirrors.
liftgate or door mirrors, has been
¾ Heed the following cautions to
damaged in a vehicle accident, the
assure that the 360°View Monitor
camera (position, installation angle)
operates normally.
may have shifted. Always consult an
¾ Do not modify the vehicle
Authorized Mazda Dealer to have
suspensions or lower/raise the
the vehicle inspected.
vehicle body, or both.
If the camera is subjected to
¾ Always use tires of the specified
excessive changes in temperature
type and size for the front and rear
such as by pouring hot water on the
wheels. Consult an Authorized
camera during cold weather, the
Mazda Dealer for tire replacement.
360°View Monitor may not operate
normally.
¾ When the display is cold, images
may leave trails or the screen might
If the vehicle is driven during cold
temperatures and the camera
be darker than usual, making it
difficult to check the vehicle
temperature decreases, the top view
and the side view may become
surroundings. Always confirm the
safety at the front and around the
unclear. However, this does not
indicate a problem. If the vehicle is
vehicle visually when driving.
stopped for a while and the camera
¾ The method for parking/stopping
temperature increases, the top view
the vehicle using the 360°View
and the side view will return to the
Monitor differs depending on the
normal condition.
road circumstances/conditions and
If the battery voltage is low, the
the vehicle conditions. When and
screen might be temporarily difficult
how much you turn the steering
to view, however, this does not
wheel will differ depending on the
indicate a problem.
situation, therefore always check the
The 360°View Monitor has
vehicle surroundings directly with
limitations. Objects under the
your eyes while using the system.
bumper or near both ends of the
Also, before using the system, always
bumper cannot be displayed.
make sure that the vehicle can be
Obstructions above the upper image
parked/stopped in the parking/
range of the camera are not
stopping space.
displayed.
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Under the following conditions, the
This product includes free/open
screen might be difficult to view,
sources. Information about the
however this does not indicate a
licensing and source code is available
problem.
at the following URL.
The temperature near the lens is
global/en/opensource/svss/
high/low.
mazda/
Rainy conditions, water droplets
on the camera, or high humidity.
Mud or foreign matter near the
camera.
The area around the vehicle is
dark.
Extremely bright light such as
sunlight or headlights hitting the
camera lens directly.
The surroundings are illuminated
by vehicle lights, fluorescent lights,
or LED lights (display may flicker).
Extremely small dark or white dots
appear on the screen (dots may
flicker).
An object is close to a camera.
Because the 360°View Monitor
camera uses a special lens, the
distance displayed on the screen
differs from the actual distance.
Obstructions displayed on the screen
may appear differently than in
actuality. (Obstructions may appear
fallen, larger, or longer than they
actually are.)
Do not apply stickers to a camera or
the area around it. In addition, do
not install accessories or an
illuminated number/character
license plate to the area around a
camera. Otherwise, the camera may
not correctly display the surrounding
conditions.
Only rear and rear wide images
displayed on the monitor from the
360° view monitor camera are
reversed images (mirror images).
Free/open source software
information
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Types of Images Displayed on the Screen
Top view/Front view
Displays the image of the area around the vehicle and the vehicle front.
1. Top view screen
2. Front view screen
3.
“Check surroundings for safety.” message is displayed
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Top view/Front wide view
Displays the image of the area around the vehicle and the front of the vehicle
(wide-area).
1. Top view screen
2. Front wide view screen
3.
“Check surroundings for safety.” message is displayed
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Side view
Displays the image of the left and right sides of the vehicle.
1. Left side view screen
2. Right side view screen
3.
“Check surroundings for safety.” message is displayed
Top view/Rear view
Displays the image of the area around the vehicle and the rear of the vehicle.
1. Top view screen
2. Rear view screen
3.
“Check surroundings for safety.” message is displayed
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Top view/Rear wide view
Displays the image of the area around the vehicle and the rear of the vehicle
(wide-area).
1. Top view screen
2. Rear wide view screen
3.
“Check surroundings for safety.” message is displayed
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How to Use the System
Top view/Front view, Top view/Front wide view, Side view
Indication
Images are displayed on the screen when the 360°View Monitor switch is pressed
with all of the following conditions met.
The ignition is switched ON.
The selector lever is in a position other than R.
Display switching
The displayed screen can be changed each time the 360°view monitor switch is
pressed.
1. Top view/Front view
2. Top view/Front wide view
3. Side view
4. Home screen
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NOTE
When the selector lever is in R position, the displayed screen does not switch to
the top view/front view, top view/front wide view, or the side view.
Display of the top view/front view, top view/front wide view, or the side view
stops even with the display conditions met if any of the following conditions
occurs.
When a switch around the commander knob is pressed.
The selector lever is shifted to P position (displayed when the selector lever is in
a position other than P).
(Displayed when vehicle speed is less than 15 km/h (9.3 mph))
4 minutes and 30 seconds have passed.
The vehicle speed is about 15 km/h (9.3 mph) or faster.
(Displayed when the vehicle speed is about 15 km/h (9.3 mph) or faster)
The vehicle speed is about 15 km/h (9.3 mph) or faster after 8 seconds have
passed since pressing the 360°View Monitor switch.
4 minutes and 22 seconds have passed from the point when the vehicle speed
was less than 15 km/h (9.3 mph) after 8 seconds have passed since pressing
the 360°View Monitor switch.
The 360°View Monitor settings can be changed as follows.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
Automatic display of the 360°View Monitor when the ultrasonic sensor detects
an obstruction.
Automatic display of the 360°View Monitor when the ignition is switched ON.
Screen priority level when the system launches.
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Top view/Rear view, Top view/Rear wide view
The top view/rear view, top view/rear wide view displays when all of the following
conditions are met.
The ignition is switched ON.
Selector lever is in R position.
Display switching
The displayed screen can be changed each time the 360°view monitor switch is
pressed.
1. Top view/Rear view
2. Top view/Rear wide view
NOTE
The top view/rear view and top view/rear wide view automatically display
whether or not the 360°View Monitor switch is turned on or off when shifting the
selector lever to R position.
The top view/rear view and top view/rear wide view displays the previously
displayed screen.
The setting can be changed to display the top view/front view when shifting from
reverse to a forward gear without operating the 360°View Monitor switch to check
the front of the vehicle while parallel parking.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
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Screen operation/icon
WARNING
Always stop the vehicle when adjusting the 360°View Monitor image quality.
Do not adjust the 360°View Monitor image quality while driving. If you adjust the
360°View Monitor image quality (such as brightness, contrast, tone, and color
density) while driving, it could lead to an unexpected accident.
Display/Icon
Content
(1)
View status icon
Indicates which image is displayed among the front
view/front wide view/side view/rear view/rear wide
view.
(2)
Parking sensor status icon
Indicates that the parking sensor has a problem or it is
switched off.
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Top View/Front View
Use the top view/front view to assist in checking the safety of the surrounding area
when accelerating from a stop, parking, or stopping the vehicle.
Display range
1. Target object
NOTE
In the top view screen, the areas in black at the front and rear of the vehicle image
and the seams where each of the camera images merge are blind spots.
Because images displayed in the top view screen are processed from each camera,
the top view screen may display in the following ways.
Depending on the surrounding environment, the color of objects may be
displayed on the screen in a color different from the actual one.
Depending on the surrounding environment, it may take a few seconds for the
color of the screen display to adjust.
Obstructions displayed in the front view may not display on the top view screen.
If the position or angle of each camera changes due to tilting of the vehicle, the
image may appear distorted.
Lines on the road may appear distorted at the seams where each of the camera
images merge.
The screen area for each camera may appear bright/dark depending on the
illumination level around any of the cameras.
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Viewing the screen
Display/Icon
Content
(1)
Tire icon
Indicates the tire direction. Moves in conjunction with
the steering wheel operation.
(2)
Projected vehicle path lines (yellow
Indicates the approximate projected path of the vehicle.
& red)
Moves in conjunction with the steering wheel operation.
a) Indicates the path where the edge of the front bumper
is expected to travel.
b) Indicates the path where the inner side of the vehicle
is expected to travel.
(3)
Extended vehicle width lines (blue)
Indicates the approximate width of the vehicle.
(4)
Projected vehicle path distance
Indicates the distance (from front end of bumper) in
guide lines (yellow & red)
front of the vehicle.
The red line indicates the point about 0.5 m (19 in)
from the front end of the bumper.
The yellow lines indicate the points about 1.0 m (39
in) and 2.0 m (78 in) from the front end of the bump-
er.
CAUTION
The parking sensor detection range has limitations. For example, obstructions
closing in from the side and objects short in height may not be detected. Always
confirm the safety around the vehicle visually when driving.
For details, refer to the parking sensor obstruction detection indication and warning
sound.
Refer to Parking Sensor System on page 4-231.
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NOTE
The setting can be changed so that the projected vehicle path lines are not
displayed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
How to use the projected vehicle path line function
1.
(Screen display)
2.
(Actual condition)
Make sure that there are no obstructions within the projected vehicle path lines.
Drive the vehicle forward while turning the steering wheel so that no obstructions
come within the projected vehicle path lines.
Top View/Front Wide View
Use the top view/front wide view to assist in checking the safety of the surrounding
area when accelerating from a stop or entering a T-shaped intersection and
intersection.
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Display range
1. Target object
NOTE
In the top view screen, the areas in black at the front and rear of the vehicle image
and the seams where each of the camera images merge are blind spots.
Because images displayed in the top view screen are processed from each camera,
the top view screen may display in the following ways.
Depending on the surrounding environment, the color of objects may be
displayed on the screen in a color different from the actual one.
Depending on the surrounding environment, it may take a few seconds for the
color of the screen display to adjust.
Obstructions displayed in the front view may not display on the top view screen.
If the position or angle of each camera changes due to tilting of the vehicle, the
image may appear distorted.
Lines on the road may appear distorted at the seams where each of the camera
images merge.
The screen area for each camera may appear bright/dark depending on the
illumination level around any of the cameras.
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Viewing the screen
Display/Icon
Content
(1)
Extended vehicle width lines and
Indicates the approximate width of the vehicle and the
distance guide lines (blue & red)
distance (from front end of bumper) in front of the vehi-
cle.
The red lines indicate the points up to about 0.5 m (19
in) from the front end of the bumper.
NOTE
The front wide view screen displays the image in front of the vehicle at a wide angle
and corrects the image to help detect approaching obstructions from the side.
Therefore, it differs from the actual view.
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Side View
Use the side view to assist in checking the safety of the surrounding area when
accelerating from a stop, parking, or stopping the vehicle.
Display range
1. Target object
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Viewing the screen
Display/Icon
Content
(1)
Projected vehicle path lines (yellow)
Indicates the approximate projected path of the vehicle.
Moves in conjunction with the steering wheel operation.
The projected vehicle path lines (yellow) indicate the
path the inner side of the vehicle is expected to travel.
(2)
Vehicle parallel guide lines (blue)
Indicates the approximate vehicle width including the
door mirrors.
(3)
Vehicle front end guide lines (blue)
Indicates the point about 0.25 m (9.84 in) from the front
edge of the vehicle (front edge of the bumper).
NOTE
The setting can be changed so that the projected vehicle path lines are not
displayed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
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How to use the projected vehicle path line function
1.
(Screen display)
2.
(Actual condition)
Make sure that there are no obstructions within the projected vehicle path lines.
Turn the steering wheel so that the projected vehicle path lines travel inside of the
obstruction (A), and drive the vehicle forward until it passes the obstruction.
If the projected vehicle path lines are on an obstruction (B) or outside of the
obstruction (C), the vehicle may contact the obstruction when turning the vehicle
sharply.
CAUTION
¾ The parking sensor detection range has limitations. For example, obstructions
closing in from the side and objects short in height may not be detected. Always
confirm the safety around the vehicle visually when driving.
For details, refer to the parking sensor obstruction detection indication and
warning sound.
Refer to Parking Sensor System on page 4-231.
¾ Do not turn the steering wheel any more until the vehicle has passed the
obstruction, even if the obstruction is not visible on the side view image. If the
steering wheel is turned even more, the vehicle may contact the obstruction if it is
turned sharply.
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NOTE
Because there might be a difference between the image displayed on the screen
and the actual conditions, always check the safety of the surrounding area using
the mirrors and directly with your eyes when driving.
Even though the object displayed on the screen, such as a road curb or a division
line of a parking space, and the vehicle parallel guide lines appear parallel, they
may not actually be parallel.
Top View/Rear View
Use the top view/rear view to assist in checking the safety of the surrounding area
when accelerating from a stop, parking, or stopping the vehicle.
Range of displayed screen image
1. Target object
NOTE
In the top view screen, the areas in black at the front and rear of the vehicle image
and the seams where each of the camera images merge are blind spots.
Because images displayed in the top view screen are processed from each camera,
the top view screen may display in the following ways.
Depending on the surrounding environment, the color of objects may be
displayed on the screen in a color different from the actual one.
Depending on the surrounding environment, it may take a few seconds for the
color of the screen display to adjust.
Obstructions displayed in the rear view may not display on the top view screen.
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