DIGITAL SPEED GOVERNOR
A digital Speed Governor is a device whose primary function is to control the Fuel feed to the engine, in order to limit the vehicle speed to a preset value.
The Karibia Speed governor is designed in line with the KS 2295-1:2018 standards specifying the requirements for the performance and installation of devices designed to limit the maximum road speed of motor vehicles by control of engine power. The older generation of speed limiters introduced via the “Michuki Rules” were prone to tampering, leading the Kenyan government in 2013 to introduce a new standard for digital speed limiters, and then the standard was later amended in 2018 hence KS 2295-1:2018.
The new generation of NTSA approved digital speed governors have various mechanisms to prevent tampering, and at the same time has data recording and online transmission capabilities, allowing law enforcement officers to retrieve speed data when required