Cruise Control Distance Sensors

Cruise Control Distance (CCD) Sensors measure the distance to the leading vehicle. This information drives the adaptive cruise control system and emergency braking system. A key component of a vehicle's Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), the sensors are located behind a vehicle’s front grille opening area.

Cruise Control Distance Sensor (CCD10), part of the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), from Standard Motor Products

(Image: Standard CCD10)

CCD Sensors can be damaged in frontal collisions, even if the impact is minor.

Standard® CCD Sensors are designed and manufactured to stringent quality standards to match the original and deliver precision performance. Easy plug-and-play installation may require some initial calibration.