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DR900X-2CH

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    * You can download the detailed product manual from our website.

     

    DR900X-2CH at a Glance

    The following diagrams explain each part of the BlackVue dashcam.

    Front camera

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    A) Lock button
    B) Mounting bracket
    C) Front security LED:
     : Lights on during (i) normal mode, (ii) an event is being recorded (impact detected), (iii) manual recording has started, or (iv) motion is detected in parking mode
     : Blinks slowly during parking mode motion detection standby
    D)  Camera lens

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    A) GPS/BT LED:
     : Lights blue when GPS is on.
     : blinks blue quickly when GPS is turning off.
    B) Speaker
    C) Recording LED:
     : Lights orange in normal mode.
     : Lights red when (i) an event is being recorded (impact detected), or (ii) manual recording has started.
     : Lights green in parking mode when motion is detected.
    D) LTE/Wi-Fi LED:
     : Lights yellow when LTE is connected.
     : Lights white when Wi-Fi is connected.
     : Blinks white slowly when connecting to Wi-Fi.
     : Blinks white quickly when Wi-Fi is turning off.

     

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    A) Proximity Sensor LED:
     : Lights when proximity sensor is triggered.
    B) Proximity Sensor:
    Touch or wave a finger within 20mm of the sensor to trigger a customizable function.
     Available options:
    – Turn on/off audio recording (default)
    – Manual recording trigger
    – Off


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    A) Micro USB port
    B) DC in (power connector)
    C) microSD card slot
    D) Wi-Fi button: Press once to turn on/off Wi-Fi.

     

    Rear camera

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    A) Mounting bracket
    B) Camera lens

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    A) V out (Front camera connection port)
    B) Rear security LED
     : Stays on in all recordings modes but can be turned off from firmware settings.

     

    Recording Time:

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    Note:

    • There may be some variation with actual recording time
    • If the microSD card is full, older files are deleted first to make space for newly-recorded videos. If possible, backup important files such as Event recording files.

     

    Product Specifications:

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