1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam

1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam Front and Inside

Date Time: March 04, 2024
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Author: ROYIS

1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam


The Intelligent Video Telematics V5 is a feature-rich 4G Dash Camera designed forthe car video surveillance industry.

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supports up to 4 channel cameras, offers real-time audio and video recording, andutilizes dual TF cards for storage. With Global 4G network connectivity, it enables livevideo transmission, while GPS/BDS positioning ensures accurate tracking.

The dashboard camera V5 also integrates built-in active safety algorithms (ADAS, DSM) for enhanced se-curity. Widely used in online car-hailing, taxis, logistics, and official vehicles.


1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam Front and Inside


What is a dash cam?

A dash cam is an on-board recording camera that is usually mounted inside of a car/truck windshield. The dash cam can record video and audio while a vehicle is both in motion and parked.


What are the different types of dash cams?

With many different brands, models, and types of dash cams, it can be confusing to understand which one fits your needs. Here are a few examples of the different types of dash cameras available:


Dual-facing dash cam: A dual-facing dash cam is a windshield-mounted camera with lenses facing both inward and outward. A dual-facing dash cam like the YUWEI V5 captures both everything that is happening in front of the vehicle as well as what is going on in the cab. These cameras are great for detecting and reducing high-risk behaviors like distracted driving.


Front-facing dash cam: A front-facing dash cam is a windshield-mounted camera with only one lens facing outward towards the front of a vehicle. A front-facing dash cam like the YUWEI V5-2 is well suited to capture events happening in front of the vehicle. This footage can help determine fault in an accident, exonerate drivers, and clear up insurance claims.


Side and rear cameras: Side and rear cameras are externally-mounted camera systems that give your vehicle a 360-degree view of the surrounding area. These cameras are great for preventing blind spots, preventing false claims, and resolving disputes of fault. These may also be used as external security cameras for the vehicle.


Security/interior cameras: Security cameras are interior and exterior-mounted cameras used for protecting the vehicle. These cameras are great for preventing theft, vandalism, and protecting passengers from danger. Security cameras are also used for resolving disputes of asset loss.


Why does your fleet need dash cams?

There are a few reasons why you would want to outfit your fleet with the latest dash cameras:


Reliable evidence in the event of an accident: In the unfortunate occurrence of an accident, dash cameras provide drivers with the necessary evidence to prove insurance claims and exonerate themselves. This footage can prove to be the difference in an accident and court. Learn more about how YUWEI V5 Dash Cams can provide the necessary evidence to protect your fleet today.


Protecting against theft: Security cameras help drivers see what is happening to their vehicle while they are not around. Whether it is an accidental door scratch or vandalism, security cameras help to prevent and deter vehicle damage and theft.


Exonerating drivers from insurance fraud: With insurance fraud becoming more and more common, it can be hard to prevent false claims without solid evidence. Dash cameras are perfect for capturing the footage needed to exonerate drivers and clearing up any ambiguity in an accident. Learn how Samsara can protect you today.


Preventing hit and runs: Dash cams paired with an external rear and side-mounted camera system make the perfect tool for capturing footage of potential "hit and run" situations. This footage serves as the witness to the at-fault party if they decide to take off after noticing there's no one around to catch them.


Driver security: Protecting the driver is one of the many purposes a dash camera is well suited to provide. Having the dash cam can help prevent an accident from escalating to a dangerous situation for the driver. For most cases having the camera showing in the windshield can protect the driver.


YUWEI AI dash cams are trusted by thousands of fleets across the country, and 90% of customers say that Samsara has helped improve safety within their fleet. 


Dash Cam Front and Inside

2 Channel Dash Cam Front and Inside

1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam

1080p 2 Channel Dash Cam Front and Inside

Dash Camera Q&A

How much does a dash cam cost?

The price ranges from $25 to $300. The cost of a single in-car camera from YUWEI is $25, for quotes on multifunctional in-car cameras, you can contact (hello@Yuweitek.com).

Will the dash cam record my location?

The YUWEI dash cam supports Global Positioning System (GPS) for tracking your location and speed, a gravity sensor for collision detection, and WiFi for transferring footage from the dash cam to your phone. It also has a parking mode, which automatically starts recording if your car experiences a collision while parked.

Is a 128GB dash cam enough?

A 128GB SD card can effectively handle 4K dash cam footage, but it depends on the camera's bitrate and frame rate. 4K footage requires higher bitrates and frame rates, meaning the recording time on a 128GB SD card will be shorter compared to 1080p footage. However, for fleet tracking management, 1080p recording resolution is typically sufficient.

Are there wireless dash cams available?

Wireless dash cams are those that support Wi-Fi connectivity. They can upload footage of your surroundings to cloud storage. If your camera is tampered with during an event, you can view the footage and ascertain the facts. However, this is only effective when the dash cam has an internet connection.

Can I use a regular SD card for the dash cam?

Almost all dash cams use Secure Digital (SD) cards, but most tend to use microSD cards. Even if your dash cam only supports SD cards, SD adapters allow for the use of microSD cards.
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