With delivery of my Model S only weeks away, I spend much of the weekend truing to finish up projects that have been underway for months. The control box for the Blinder 905 Quad Laser Defense system, Passport 8500ci radar detector and the Parking Dynamics PD1 electromagnetic parking sensor is wired up, bench tested, and just about ready for installation when my Model is delivered. It has the control units/ECUs for the Blinder, Passport, and Parking Dynamics systems, along with two USB connectors for software and firmware upgrades, and an off-on switch for the Parking sensors. I’ve used carbon fiber vinyl to make it compatible with the carbon fiber interior accents on my car. The control box is designed to fit in the lower cubby under the display screen. I bought a spare cubby to set it all up. I’ve designed it to be plug and play so that all of the wiring for the components can be done separately, run through the firewall to under the display, then plugged into the control box. This photo of the back side shows all of the plug and play connections. The metal foil antenna for the Parking Dynamics system is on the backside of the nose cone. It has a sticky back, so you just tape it in place. I covered it with two layers of matte medium for extra protection. I set it up for extra sensitivity and range by running two parallel lines, and a few connecting lines between the two parallel ones (recommended by Parking Dynamics). No holes in the nose cone or bumper are necessary for this system. As the Blinder 905 system also functions as a parking sensor I should have parking pretty well covered. Do to the plug and play set-up, when my Model S arrives I’m guessing it will take only about three hours to set this all up.