Multi Camera Dash Cam

Multi-camera Dash Cam System

Date Time: November 10, 2023
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Author: ROYIS

Multi Camera Dash Cam

A multi-channel multi-camera dashcam is a safety device for vehicles that can simultaneously record videos from multiple angles. It consists of a central control unit and multiple cameras to cover various directions around the vehicle, such as front, rear, left, and right, in order to record a comprehensive view of the driving situation.

Multi-camera Dash Cam

These dashcams work by capturing and recording videos from multiple cameras simultaneously, and then saving the video data to storage devices such as SD cards or hard drives. When accidents occur or evidence is needed, the recorded videos can be used to recreate the sequence of events.

These products are suitable for professional drivers, commercial vehicle fleets, and family road trip vehicles, especially for long-distance passenger vehicles, trucks, taxis, and other vehicles that encounter complex road conditions and traffic environments.

Typically, this type of dashcam offers the following features

1. Multi-channel recording: It can simultaneously record videos from multiple angles to provide a comprehensive view of the surroundings.

2. High-definition recording: Support for high-definition video recording to ensure clear video quality.

3. Loop recording: It can continuously overwrite old recordings to save storage space and avoid the hassle of manually deleting videos.

4. Emergency locking: In the event of a collision or emergency, relevant video segments can be automatically locked to prevent overwriting.

5. GPS positioning: Some models may come with GPS positioning functionality to record the vehicle's trajectory and speed.

6. Parking monitoring: Supports parking monitoring to record the surroundings while the vehicle is parked, preventing collisions or scratches.

Installing a multi-channel multi-camera dashcam can bring several benefits, including:

1. Accident evidence: Providing comprehensive video evidence to aid in determining and handling accident liability.

2. Fraud prevention: Helping to prevent scams such as staged accidents and fake insurance claims.

3. Safe driving: Reminding drivers to drive safely, promoting civilized driving behavior.

4. Vehicle management: For fleet managers, real-time monitoring of vehicle operation can improve management efficiency.

Therefore, multi-channel multi-camera dashcams play an important role in enhancing driving safety, protecting rights, and improving vehicle management.

Parameter classification

Parameter item



Basic parameters


device integrate with ADAS cam

Product Type

4G DVR Car Video Terminal

network standard

4G Global Band



Front camera

(ADAS Camera)

1080P, MIPI Camera, H:112°V:55°

In-car camera

AHD 720P, with light sensor/infrared night vision,

DSM camera

AHD Camera, single pass, infrared night vision, H=60° V=42°

4th Channel camera

AHD 720P

Hardware function






Support: GPS+BDS




8 ohms 1.5 watts, 1 channel, with sound cavity


Built-in dual silicon microphone design


3-axis accelerometer


micro 5Pin USB

USB×1, data interface

BMW connector



Left turning signal cable

Right turning signal cable

SOS Cable (Panic button)



SIM card holder

Micro SIM

TF card holder

TF×2 (Card 1 and Card 2 support circular storage)

Power supply

Power supply

12V/24V power supply


Indicator light


Reset button

Long press the power button for 8 seconds to reset

indicator light

2-color indicator

Alarm key

Standard emergency alarm connector




GPS Antenna

Built-in ceramic antenna

4G antenna

Built-in FPC+IPEX transposon

WIFI antenna

Built-in FPC+IPEX transposon

Memory card

4G~2TB, patented DXR streaming storage format

Electrical Specification

Operating temp.


Storage temp.


Static Protection

6KV contact, 10KV air

Vibration test

Car vibration

Current consumption

When the working voltage is 12V, the current is from 500mA to 1A (depending on whether the algorithm is turned on, etc.)

When ACC OFF: ≤3mA

Other quality requirements

According to JT/T794 standard (including hard test, soft test, reliability, quality, etc.)

Dash Cam System Q&A

What type of dash cam is most suitable for cars?

The Smart Video Remote Information Processing V5 is a feature-rich 4G dash cam designed specifically for the automotive video surveillance industry. It features both front and rear dash cams, supporting up to 4 channels of cameras for real-time audio and video recording, with dual TF card storage. It utilizes global 4G network connectivity for real-time video transmission, along with GPS/BDS positioning for accurate tracking. The V5 dash cam also integrates built-in active safety algorithms (ADAS, DSM) to enhance security, widely used in industries such as ride-hailing, taxi, logistics, and government vehicles.

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.

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 (

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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