Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Camera

Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Cam

Date Time: May 06, 2024
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Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Camera

The vehicle blackbox DVR dash cam integrates 4G communication, GNSS positioning, ADAS advanced driver assistance system, DMS driver monitoring system, supports 8-channel audio and video recording, SD card and hard disk storage, driving data recording, two-way calls initiated by the monitoring end, real-time monitoring, etc.

Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Camera

Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Cam Features:


Integrated ADAS advanced driver assistance system, DMS driver monitoring system, BSD blind spot monitoring system.


High-definition video

Supports 8-channel 720P (1280*720) or 1080P (1920*1080).


Real-time location monitoring

Reports latitude, longitude, speed, and other information at set intervals.


Large storage capacity

Supports simultaneous storage of 1 2.5-inch hard disk and 1 SD card for loop recording.


Linkage alarm

Supports signal linkage trigger alarm and three-urgent linkage alarm. When danger occurs, automatically uploads video or photos.


Built-in driving recorder

Built-in driving recorder, the car's "black box." Provides important evidence for accident liability determination.


Rich expansion interfaces

Peripheral devices such as oil rods, advertising screens, fare meters, evaluators, roof lights, safety modules, etc., can be connected via wired connection.


Data security

In the event of disk failure or vehicle collision, upload the video to the cloud about 10 seconds before the failure to ensure important videos are not lost.


Vehicle Blackbox DVR Dash Cam Specifications

Technical items

Technical indicators

Interface features

Interface Description

operating system

operating system



Front USB interface

AI (ADAS and DMS) calibration and parameter setting

Hardware solution


4 core A7

SIM card

Single card (for GNSS data upload and video data transmission)



SD card

Single SD card, supports up to 256GB




2.5-inch hard drive, maximum capacity 2TB



8 channels 720P (1280*720) or 1080P (1920*1080)


Connect to DMS camera


1 channel VGA


Connect ADAS camera



7-channel audio (PCM format), AV3-AV8, pickup


Connect AHD camera


2-way audio (PCM format), speaker and AI reminder speaker


VGA display power supply


screen display

8-channel screen display


VGA signal output, optional external VGA display


Audio and video compression format

Audio g711A, video H.264


Connect pickup for two-way conversation and audio monitoring

Image Resolution

720P (1280*720) or 1080P (1920*1080)


Two-way call, voice broadcast

real time video

Route 8

RS485 interface

Connect peripherals, such as load sensors, gimbals

Time-lapse video

After ACC is turned off, the default is 300 seconds of delayed recording.

RS232 interface

Connect peripherals, such as: oil volume collector, temperature collector

The delay parameter can be set in the range: 10-65535s

Other features

Operating Voltage

DC 9-36V


Playback channel

Local 8-channel synchronous playback, monitoring terminal single-channel playback

Working current




LTE FDD: B1/3/5/8

Standby power consumption


LTE TDD: B34/38/39/40/41

spare battery

Can work for 15S after the device is powered off

WCDMA: B1/5/8

Operating temperature

-25℃ — +80℃

GSM: 900/1800MHz

Storage temperature

-40℃ — +85℃



1 hard drive, capacity can be expanded up to 2TB


Single SD card, supports up to 256GB


Vehicle DVR Q&A

What is Vehicle DVR?

Car digital video recorders are known as MDVRs. MDVR differs from DVR in that the letter M stands for mobile. So it is called (Mobile Digital Video Recording System), which is a digital video recorder specially designed for vehicle monitoring. It is used together with the car camera to record events inside or outside the car, and generally has extended functions such as Beidou/GPS satellite positioning and wireless remote transmission (WIFI, 3G/4G).

The difference between DVR and Vehicle DVR

1. DVR is generally used for video surveillance in fixed places, such as bedrooms at home, supermarkets, office areas of companies, etc. Generally, it is directly connected to the camera and stores the recorded video data through the hard disk. MDVR is basically used in mobile scenes, such as trucks, ships, etc. It can record the video of the vehicle surveillance camera, and supports vehicle monitoring and driving recording functions.


2. DVR is generally installed on the wall and directly connected by cable. MDVR needs to be installed on the car. Shockproof, waterproof, dustproof and other measures are required to reduce vibration and interference during video recording while the car is driving.


3. Hard disk video recorders generally have relatively large storage capacity, and can store video data for several days or even months on the hard disk. MDVR generally uses a pluggable mobile hard disk or solid-state hard disk as a storage medium, and its storage capacity is relatively small, usually dozens to hundreds of GB, and the video data needs to be replaced or backed up regularly.


4. The DVR is usually directly connected to the power socket and powered directly through the power grid. The mobile hard disk video recorder is generally used in the car, so the car power adapter, battery or other mobile power supply methods are used.

On which vehicles is Vehicle DVR used?

MDVR is mainly used in buses, trucks, tourist vehicles, escort vehicles, school buses, logistics vehicles, fire engines, ambulances, passenger vehicles, etc.

Does Vehicle DVR support video analytics?

Yes, our MDVR can support video analysis function. These features may include motion detection, facial recognition, license plate recognition, and more. We have an independently developed statistical platform for users to use;
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