USER MANUAL WiFi Crash Camera SHD 1296p

NAVC-525-WIFI
USER MANUAL
WiFi Crash Camera SHD 1296p
with GPS and Wi-Fi App Viewer
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Table Of Contents
What’s In The Box
Installation the Front Camera and GPS Antenna
Buttons and Connections
Memory Card Required For Operation
Power On/Off Function (Auto On/Off)
Recording
Video/Photos Storage Capacity
Installing Your App (Crash Cam Viewer)
Connect Your Device and App via Wi-Fi
On Screen Display
The GPS Software - Overview
The GPS Software – Key Commands
Menu Settings
Trouble Shooting/Q & A
Product Specifications
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Important Safety Instructions And Precautions
- Read all instructions carefully before use.
- Retain manuals for future reference.
- Use this product only in the manner described.
- Only use a water-dampened soft-cloth to clean the surface of this product.
- The following will damage this product: any liquid such as water or moisture, extreme heat, cold,
humidity and dusty or sandy environments.
- The Crash Cam is designed to be mounted on a vehicle windscreen, as high as possible, to ensure
the maximum viewpoint. Please ensure that any attached cables are secured and will not cause the
device to fall.
- During charging or extended use, the product may become warm. This is normal.
- There are no user serviceable parts in this product.
- Unauthorised attempts to dismantle or repair this product will void the product warranty.
What’s in the Box
Navig8r Crash Cam NAVC-525-WIFI, 1 x Windscreen Suction-cup Mount, 1 x GPS Module, 1 x USB Car
Charger, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x Adhesive pad, 1 x User Manual
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Installation the Front Camera and GPS Antenna
* Suggested wiring installation (below)
The NAVC-525-WIFI works best when mounted centrally and high up on the windscreen (typically
behind or close to the rear vision mirror for the front camera). Use the supplied windscreen suction
mount to affix the NAVC-525-WIFI to the windscreen and then adjust the mount until you can see a
clear view of the road ahead on the Monitor. Note: Be sure to remove the plastic cover from the
silicone suction pad and ensure the glass surfaces are clean, dry and lint free.
1) NAVC-525-WIFI device mounted behind the rear vision
mirror.
2) Car charger cable routed behind rear vision mirror.
3) Cable hidden behind roof headlining.
4) Cable hidden behind “A” pillar – beware of airbag
Optional Adhesive Mount
equipped cars.
(Included in package)
5) Cable is routed beside the dashboard/near the door hinges.
6) Cable is passed under the passenger carpet (or under the dashboard).
7) Car charger plug is connected to the car’s “cigarette socket”.
8) Connect the GPS module. Position the module behind one of the sun visors as to not obstruct your
view. Affix to the windscreen using the adhesive pad attached to the module.
Once the wiring and installation of the NAVC-525-WIFI has been completed, please check the following:
- With the car’s ignition on (or engine started), the Blue LED indicator on the NAVC-525-WIFI will light up. Recording
should start automatically. This will indicate a successful installation.
- When the car’s ignition is turned off, the device should turn off within 20 seconds. If this doesn’t happen then
power is still being supplied to the car charger socket and the device will need to be switched off manually.
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Buttons and Connections
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Lens
Wi-Fi LED
Wi-Fi Switch
Micro SD Card Slot
Power On/Off
Record Button
Mini USB Port
Mini HDMI Output
Reset Button
Record LED indicator
Charge LED indicator
Memory Card required for operation
The NAVC-525-WIFI requires a Micro SD card
(not included) to record video/image content.
(See page 11 for a table showing Micro SD card
capacity and the relevant amount of
video/image content able to be stored). For
optimal performance, we recommend using a
Class 10 or faster Micro SD card to ensure fast
data transfer rates.
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Power On/Off function (Auto On/Off)
To turn ON/OFF the NAVC-525-WIFI, press and hold the power button. When connected to the car
charger (cigarette socket) of your car, the NAVC-525-WIFI will turn ON and OFF automatically when
the car’s ignition is turned ON or OFF. If the NAVC-525-WIFI does not turn off immediately it means
the device is completing the file save process before turning off (usually only a few seconds).
Note: If the car charger car charger socket is “constant on” (in some European vehicles), then the NAVC-525WIFI will need to be turned ON/OFF manually by the power button or by removing the car charger plug.
Whilst connected to the car charger DC socket (or from a powered USB hub or PC USB port) and the
camera is turned OFF, the LED indicator will indicate RED (battery is charging) and will turn OFF once
the battery is fully charged. (Note – the device’s battery will not charge if connected to a PC USB port)
Recording
Turn on your NAVC-525-WIFI and press the REC button (unless auto REC on has been set with ignition
on). When recording commences, the LED indicator will flash BLUE. The recorded file is then saved
onto the Micro SD Card. You can manually stop recording by pressing the REC button or turning the
car ignition off (stopping power to the device).
Note: If G-Sensor is selected, recording will start automatically when there is movement detected. This setting
is ideal for when the car is parked or unattended. Note that if left on battery power (car is turned off), the
standby time and record time will be dependent on the level of charge on the battery.
In the event of an incident/accident – Use Auto Bump File Save.
- Due to the “cycle recording” nature of this technology, older recorded files will be overwritten (depending
on the resolution settings and the memory capacity of the Micro SD card).
- The in-built G sensor will trigger an auto-save lock if it senses a bump (sensitivity is selectable via the
Menu), so that the file being recorded is not overwritten in the cycle record process.
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Video/Photos Storage Capacity
Resolution
16GB
32GB
64GB
1936 x 1296 (1296p)
2 Hours
3.5 Hours
7 Hours
1920 x 1080 (1080p)
4 Hours
8 Hours
16 Hours
1080 x 720 (720p)
5 Hours
10 Hours
21 Hours
Note: Actual recording times may vary depending on the content of your recording.
Installing your App (Crash Cam viewer)
ANDROID DEVICES
For Android devices, visit the Google Play Store and search for
“LINKINEYES” and install the app.
IOS DEVICES (APPLE)
For Apple IOS devices, visit the App Store and search for
“LINKINEYES” and install the App.
Connect your Device and App via WiFi
The steps to connecting your smart device to your App are as follows:
1) Switch on the Bluetooth feature on your Smart Device
2) Switch on your NAVC-525-WIFI crash camera.
3) Search and wait for the Device named NAVC-525-WIFI to appear.
4) Connect using the password “1234567890” if required.
5) After a successful connection, you can now view and save footage from your Crash Camera, direct
to your smart device and share footage via social media.
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On Screen Display
Main App Screen
Playback Menu
File Menu
Video Playback Screen
INSTALLING THE PC SOFTWARE
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Install the software disc and select installation
GPS Player. You can also view a soft copy of the user
manual
Install GPS Player Software
View User Manual
Note: Permission may need to be granted to the
FFDSHOW program following installation.
Note: GPS Player zip file is also included in the GPS player folder of camera micro SD card, extract it
and execute the player.
THE GPS SOFTWARE - OVERVIEW
File length
and Gforce
Playback
controls
including
zoom, step,
loop and
magnify
Speed,
bearing and
acceleration
File Management
(see table below)
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Note: A copy of all files for playback, need to be “added” to the software playlist
before playback. When deleting a file from the software, it is just removing it from
the playlist. It is not deleting the original file from your device.
THE GPS SOFTWARE – KEY COMMANDS
Add file to list
Find a file for playback and add to playback list.
Remove from list
Remove a file from the playback list
Refresh file list
Refresh playback list
Clear file list
Remove all files from playback list
Copy file to certain
location
Save file to a specific location (on your PC)
Delete file from list
Delete specific file from playback list
Save whole group
Combine multiple files into one video. (Then select
location to save master file)
Repair broken file
Repair corrupt or damaged file or associated GPS data
Set lock (Protect against
deletion)
Removes the delete option for this file
Unlock
Re-instate the delete option for this file
Group with …
Ungroup
Group multiple files together for easy viewing from the
play list only (does not create a new master)
Returns files back to default status after the “Group with
…” option has been selected.
Find groups
automatically
Displays grouped files only on the play list.
Ungroup all
Returns ALL files back to default status after the “Group
with …” option has been selected.
Open track in Google
Earth
Display recorded GPS co-ordinates on Google Earth
Export track
[Not available on model NAVC-525-WIFI]
Attach track
[Not available on model NAVC-525-WIFI]
Move video position
[Not available on model NAVC-525-WIFI]
Show file in explorer
Click to playback a file from another folder
Property
Display properties of selected file
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MENU SETTINGS
Feature
Video
Resolution
Options
2560 x 1080 30P 21:9
2304 x 1296 30P 16:9
1920 x 1080 30P 16:9
1920 x 1080 30P 16:9 HDR
1280 x 720 60P 16:9
1280 x 720 30P 16:9
1280 x 720 30P 16:9 HDR
1920x1080 45P 16:9
Video
Quality
S.Fine / Fine / Normal / Cancel
Video date
stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Video time
Stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Video driver
ID stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Video Loop
length
1min / 2min / 3min / 5min /
Cancel
Photo
Resolution
4M(2688x1512 16:9) /
9M(4000x2250 16:9) /
13M(4800x2700 16:9)
Photo
Quality
S.Fine / Fine / Normal / Cancel
Photo date
stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Photo time
stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Description
This setting changes the resolution of the
video being recorded by the camera. The
higher resolution will give higher quality
video but
you will not be able to store as much
video on the Micro SD card as the files
will be larger.
Enables the quality of the recording to be
adjusted. Normal is the lowest quality
setting which will allow you to store more
video on your Micro SD card. Super Fine
is the highest quality setting but the
files will take up more space on the Micro
SD card.
When the Date stamp for video is turned
on, the date will be overlaid in the video
being recorded. The Date can be set in
the Time/Date setting in the main menu.
When the time stamp for video is turned
on, the time will be overlaid in the video
being recorded. The Time can be set in
the Time/Date setting in the main menu.
When the Driver ID stamp for video is
turned on, the Driver ID will be overlaid in
the video being recorded.
This setting determines the length of the
video file before a new file is started. The
video length can be set from 1 to 5
minutes long.
Changes the resolution of the photos
taken by the camera. Higher resolution
settings give higher quality photos but
the files will be larger.
Higher quality photos will take up more
of the space on the Micro SD card.
When the Date stamp for photo is turned
on, the date will be overlaid in the photos
taken by the camera. The Date can be set
in the Time/Date setting in the main
menu.
When the Time stamp for Photo is turned
on, the time will be overlaid in the photos
taken by the camera. The time can be set
in the Time/Date setting in the main
menu.
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When the Driver ID stamp for video is
turned on, the Driver ID will be overlaid in
the video being recorded.
The microphone sound setting can be
used to enable or disable audio recording
in your vehicle.
Changes the sensitivity of the camera’s GForce Sensor. If your camera is creating a
lot of ‘event’ files then you can lower the
sensitivity of the G-Force sensor. If the
sensitivity of the G-Sensor is too low then
the camera may not create an ‘event’ file
if you are involved in a light accident.
Choosing the
correct setting will depend on your
vehicle and condition of the road surface.
Changes the user interface menu
language. (English available only)
Allows you to set the time and date
setting of the camera. It is important to
set the correct time and date so the
recorded videos and photos can be
labelled correctly. To display an overlay
of the Time and/or Date in the recorded
videos and photos, please turn the
Video/Date stamp settings to on in
13 the main menu.
Photo driver
ID stamp
On / Off / Cancel
Microphone
On / Off / Cancel
G-Sensor
Off / Low / Mid / High / Cancel
Language
English
Set date and
time
Default Setting: Ok/Cancel
Reset
Camera
settings
Default settings
This allows you to reset the camera to
factory default settings.
Format
Camera
storage
space
Format/Cancel
This function allows you to format the
Micro SD card in the camera. Formatting
the Micro SD card will erase all photos
and videos you have previously recorded.
Please ensure you have backed up any
files you wish to keep before using this
format option. Please see our notes on
formatting Micro SD cards in the
troubleshooting guide.
Format
Camera
storage
space
Free Space / Total Space
Displays the total and used space
available on your Micro SD card.
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Trouble Shooting/Q & A
Fault
Device does not turn
off
Cant playback the
.MPEG4 video files
My video/pictures of
an incident are NOT
there
The device has
frozen/stopped
working
The date/time is
incorrect
The suction cup
keeps coming off
The captured image
is not stored
I cannot turn my
device on
My screen keeps
turning off
I cannot take any
photos
Recording seems to
stop by itself
I get an error
message when I try
to play back files
The video images are
hazy
There are horizontal
stripes interference
on the image
There are a lot of
features not
available on this
model even though
they are mentioned
in this manual. Why?
Suggestion
If in vehicle: check the style can develop. That the Car charger socket
is not still powered (on) when the key is removed (as with some
European cars).
Wait 20 seconds for file finalisation/closure.
Disconnect power lead to device.
Press “ok” to stop recording, then press power to turn off.
Upgrade your windows media player version or use an alternate
media player such as VLC media player. (www.videolan.org)
Check the capacity of your Micro SD card, the files may have been
overwritten in the record cycle process.
Check the speed of your Micro SD card. We recommend class 10 for
faster transfer rates, especially if the record file size is bigger
If the ambient temperature is excessive, you may need to wait for a
few minutes.
Reset the date/time in the settings menu. If the battery runs
completely flat, then the date/time will need to be reset.
Ensure the windscreen and surface area of the suction cup is clean.
In wet or very hot weather, the suction cup mount may need to be
reapplied. Do not apply the suction mount on the portion of a
windscreen which is not glass (eg; some vehicles may have a coating)
Your Micro SD card might be full or the file may not have been saved
before power was turned off to the unit. Make sure to stop recording
before shutting down.
Try charging the battery for 10 minutes and try again. The battery
may be completely exhausted.
When not connected to power (charging) the unit will always turn off
after 30 seconds to conserve power. This function cannot be
changed.
Your Micro SD might be full. Try removing some files.
Make sure you are using the right class 10 Micro SD Card as noted in
this user manual.
You might have some corrupt sectors on your Micro SD Card. Try reformatting it and trying again.
Make sure the lens is clean and free from debris.
A) Set frequency setting according to the local power supply– 50Hz
B) Ensure you are using the original (high capacity) car charger.
Just like buying a car, there are certain models with full features and
some with lesser features. As the NAVC-525-WIFI model is renewable
and re-released in the coming years, some of these features will
become available and even newer features will also be added.
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Product Specifications
Note: Please use the supplied Hi current 5V 2Amp USB car charger as supplied with this product.
Voltage input
USB Port
TV Standard
Audio Recording
Screen size
Date / Time stamp
12 to 24VDC (Cars and Trucks)
For Power only
PAL or NTSC selectable
Supported
2.4 inch TFT Screen
Supported – on video and on photos
Supported – whilst stationery as well as moving and
Motion Detection
connected to power
2560x1080/30fps, 21:9 2304x1296 30fps,
16:9/1920x1080 30fps, 16:9 HDR 1920x1080 30fps,
Video Resolution
16:9/1280x720 60fps, 16:9/1280x720 30fps,
16:9/HDR 1280x720 30fps, 16:9/1920x1080 45fps
4M(2688x1512 16:9)/9M(4000x2250
Photo Resolution
16:9)/13M(4800x2700 16:9); Default 4M(2688x1512
16:9)
Auto Bump Record (G sensor) Adjustable sensitivity (Low/Medium/High)
Lens viewing angle
Front: 150 degrees
Cycle recording times
1 or 3 or 5 Minutes
File Format
Image: JPG Video : MPEG4 Compression: H.264
Micro SD cards supported. Class 10 recommended.
Memory Card
Maximum capacity is 32GB
Language System
English
Input voltage: 12-24v
Car charger
Output voltage: 5v 2000ma
(Suitable for car or truck use)
Lens
OV4689 Sensor + 6 layers fish eye lens
For further product information on this and other products please visit our product web page at
www.laserco.com.au or email support@laserco.com.au
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Warranty Against Defects
Laser Corporation Pty Ltd (“Laser”) warrants your new product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for 12 months,
from the date of purchase, provided that the product is used in accordance with accompanying recommendations or instructions
where provided. The benefit of this warranty is in addition to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law and to other rights and
remedies of the consumer under a law in relation to the goods or services to which the warranty relates.
Through a network of retailers and resellers, Laser will provide you with your choice of a repair, exchange (where possible) or refund
(within Dead on Arrival period) for this product if it becomes defective within the warranty period.
This warranty will no longer apply where the defect is a result of alteration, accident, misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, neglect or
improper storage. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase
How to make a product warranty claim:
Step 1: Find your receipt which proves the date of purchase. Where the date of purchase cannot be verified, your place of purchase
or Laser will make an assessment based on the date of manufacture, the condition of the Laser Product and the type of defect.
Step 2a): Contact your place of purchase. They will assess the nature of the fault and repair, replace or fund the product as per their
store refund or warranty policy.
Step 2b): If your place of purchase cannot be contacted, then you can contact Laser customer service with details of your Laser
Product: Phone: (02) 9870 3388; or Email: support@laserco.com.au or online www.laserco.com.au/warranty (click on “Consumers. Our
business address is at 1/6-8 Byfield Street, North Ryde, NSW 2113
Step 3: Laser will issue you with a Return Authorisation (RA) number within 48 hours. When requested, send us the defective Product
and a copy of your receipt. Laser will cover the cost of the return delivery.
Step 4: Wait for us to contact you. Once we have received your defective Laser Product for inspection, we will inform you of our
assessment of your claim within 7 days. When we contact you, we will firstly let you know whether you have a valid claim under this
Warranty, and if so, we will inform you whether your defective Laser Product will be replaced or repaired, together with the number of
days you can expect to wait to receive your replaced or repaired Laser Product.
Step 5: For further details on warranty cover and returns, please check Terms and Conditions for Warranty Returns section on
http://www.laserco.com.au/warranty
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or
refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the
goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
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