VIEW-i Lite User manual
VIEW-ii Lite/Pro/Silver/Gold/Ruby
VIEW
User Manual v.2.1.21
Please read carefully before using this product.
Table of Contents
1.
Liability
2
2.
P
Precautions
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3.
Components
4.
Functions
5.
Features
6.
Installation
7.
View-i Product Manual
8.
View-i PC Player Manual
9.
View-i Product Trouble-Shooting
g
10.
Specifications and Certifications
※ Warranty
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1. Liability
1. This product was designed to assist you in driving safely
by recording driving information and data for
di
driver
reference.
f
2. This product does not guaranteed to record information
on every accident.
id t
- A minor force will not trigger the G-Force sensor to activate
Event Recording. Therefore the user must use the Manual Record
Button located on the device itself.
itself
3. This product is not liable for any data loss caused by
physical damage to the product or it accessories.
accessories
4. The manufacturer has no liability for any injury or damage
to property associated with the use of this product
5. The manufacturer limits any and all liability to the exclusive remedies
of p
product repair
p or replacement
p
at the manufacturer’s discretion,
to the fullest extent permitted by the law
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2. Precautions (Device)
Do not open/fix/alter this device
Any customer alterations will void the
warranty
Do not use any accessories other then
those included with the recorder
The use of any additional accessories will
void the product warranty
Do not connect the device directly to car’s
battery
Connecting the device directly to the car’s
battery will void the product warranty.
warranty
Use this product only under the
recommended power guidelines
Using this product in alternative power
situation will void the product warranty
and could result in fire
Remove all substance from the lens,
lens
including the plastic film, that may affect
the quality of the recording Any
obstruction may degrade recording
quality
quality.
Do not expose this product to extreme
temperatures (high or low)
This product will be damaged if it is
exposed outside recommended working
temperature
Do not operate product while driving
Only operate in safe environments
Only install this product within the
recommended installation area
It could result in poor GPS reception
If product is physically damaged during a
fatal accidents,
accidents it may not record any data
During sudden lighting changes, such as
entering a dark runnel, alley, or turning
toward direct sunlight on a very bright day,
day
video recording may be compromised due
to the limitations of video technology
Check the product frequently to ensure that
the camera angle is properly adjusted
After violent force is applied to the vehicle or
product, the camera angle may be altered
resulting in poor picture quality
Do not spray automobile cleaning products
directly to product
Product will be damaged if directly exposed to
cleaning products
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2. Precautions (SD Card)
Only use SD memory card from the manufacturer
Product may not function correctly if un-tested SD memory cards is used
Do not open/fix/modify
p
y SD memory
y card
Product could be damaged and warranty does not cover such damage.
SD memory card need to be replaced with a new product once it reaches end of
product life Product might
p
g malfunction if SD card’s writing
g speed
p
decreases.
Backup from SD memory card to HDD or CD if any data needs to be preserved
Data might get lost due to memory corruption in SD memory card.
Check SD memory card’s data regularly to check its operation
[NOTE] Format SD memory card at least once a week for optimal performance
HOW TO FORMAT SD CARD
1. Insert SD Card to user PC
2. Select [Start] -> [My Computer]
3. Select SD card driver and right
g click and select “Format”
4. Select “FAT32”
If “FAT” format is to be selected, device will not function
normally
5. Click “Start”
Start button
Do not remove SD memory card during product
operation while power is on
Product or SD memory card could be damaged.
damaged
Manufacturer is not liable for SD card’s recorded contents outside SD card limited product life
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3. Product Package
Please confirm below package list in the box
Device
IR Lighting
Module
(Rubyy Model Only)
y
SD Card
(Included View-i PC Player)
Cradle &
Double Side Tape x
2ea
Wire Clip x 6 ea
TV-out Cable
User Manual
Cigarjack
Power Cable
TV-out cable : Display which doesn’t have composite port must be adjusted to the correct
display format
Product package may change for product enhancement without any notification
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4. Functions
Function
Description
Constant
Recording
Records everything during device power on status
[NOTE] If memory exceeds its capacity, device deletes oldest file to make
room for new recordings
recordings. Therefore
Therefore, if user wants to keep the old recordings
recordings, user
must backup the recordings before they are automatically deleted
Event
Recording
When device detects exceeded force in the device, device automatically saves
15 seconds before and after of the triggered event.
(Reference: 7.View-i Product Manual)
[NOTE] Event videos can be saved upto 200 files. If event files saved upto 160 files,
device alerts sounds(beep-beep-beep) to warn the user. If event files are saved
upto 200 files, device alerts sounds(tee-lee-lee) and starts deleting oldest recording
to save room for new recordings. Therefore, if user wants to keep the old recordings,
user must backup the recordings before it is automatically deleted
Audio
R
Recording
di
Supports audio recording with on/off button (Reference: 5. Features)
JPEG
Capture
Supports JPEG capture (Reference : 7.View-i Product Manual)
GPS Sensor
G-Sensor
TV-out
Internal GPS records time/speed/route information.
(View-i Pro/Gold/Ruby product only)
These information can be checked with View-i PC Player
(Reference : 8.View-i PC Player Manual)
[NOTE]
[
] GPS needs to be connected to Satellite before recording
g
Internal G-sensor records quick start/stop/curve information
This information can be checked with View-i PC Player
(Reference : 8.View-i PC Player Manual)
User can check recorded files to nearest display with TV
TV-out
out function
(Reference : 5. Features)
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4. Functions
Function
Description
View-i PC
y
Player
View-i PC Player can be used to check recorded videos on SD card
Google Map
Sync
View driver’s route in Google Map embedded in View-i PC Player
[NOTE] GPS needs to be connected to the satellites in order to sync
data with Google Maps
G-Sensor
Graph
h
View G-force
G force data with View
View-ii PC Player
ECO-Drive
R
Report
Driver driving patterns can be diagnosed using GPS & G-Sensor data.
This data will coach drivers to develop safer driving habits
[NOTE] Functions are limited for non-GPS products
Event Report
Creates reference report detailing the accident which may be helpful to
police or insurance company
[NOTE] Functions are limited for non-GPS products
CRASH
GUARD™
y
is provided
p
inside View-i PC Player,
y
CRASH GUARD™ system
View-i PC Player can recover corrupt data occurred by SD card being
separated from the device
[NOTE] CRASH GUARD™ cannot repair any data if SD card’s file system
was damaged or SD card was physically damaged
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5. Features
1
2
4
5
#
Name
①
Power Port
DC 12V/DC 24V
②
Internal GPS
GPS
③
Front Camera
130M Pixel CMOS Image Sensor
④
Power Switch
Device Power on/off switch
⑤
TV-Out Port
Preview/Replay recorded files to
nearest display (NTSC/PAL)
⑥
Mic Switch
Mic on/off switch
⑦
Buzzer
Status buzzer
6
3
⑧
⑨
8
9
10
11
7
12
14
13
Description
Manual
User can activate Event Recording
Recording
Memory
User can format inserted SD card
Format
⑩
Video Replay/
JPEG Capture
User can replay recorded videos
User can capture JPEG image
⑪
LED
Status LED for Power status, GPS reception,
Mic status, Recording status
⑫
Rear Camera
1.3M Pixel CMOS Image Sensor
⑬
SD Cart Slot
SD memoryy card slot
⑭
IR Lighting
IR Lighting for Rear Camera / RUBY Model Only
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6. Installation
6.1 Recommendation
For Sedans and SUVs, install the device near
rear view mirror to the driver side where GPS
and Camera does not have physical interrupts
6.2 Placing the Cradle
Remove tape cover and place according to the
diagram in 6.1 with open side up
[
[NOTE]
] If device was installed anyy place
p
other
then what is recommended in diagram 6.1, it will
prevent optimal functioning of the GPS reception
and camera
[TIP] Please wipe the wind shield clean before
placing the cradle.
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6. Installation
6.3 Installing the product into the Cradle
1. Insert SD memory card to the product
2. Hold product so camera part is at the
bottom and then slide it into the cradle from top to
bottom until it makes a clicking sound
3. Connect the power cable from product to cigar
jack of your vehicle. Then organize the lines using
li clips
line
li
4. Adjust the camera angle to your preference
[TIP] Use TV-out cable to connect to nearest display
to check the actual recording view and
make sure hood and dashboard does not show over
¼ of video’s bottom screen
1
2
3
4
RUBY Products :
5
6
5. Remove the tape cover
6 Attach
6.
A
h IR lighting
li h i
facing
f i
the
h same direction
di
i
as Rear
R
Camera
[NOTE] If direction of the Rear Camera and IR Lighting
does not align, Rear Camera recordings might not record
correctly Please note vibrations and humidity of the
correctly.
vehicle might detach the IR Lighting
6.4 Confirmation
1. Check to see that the SD card is correctly placed into the device and power switch is on
2. Start the car engine and check power is correctly connected to the device
3. Check Red LED is on following with Blue and Orange LED blinks.
4. Listen for 2 “beeps” followed by 5 “beep” sounds (booting complete, recording starts)
5. GPS connection can be confirmed as follows:.
If Blue LED blinks on and off,
off GPS reception is not complete and still in search
If Blue LED does not blink and stays on, GPS reception has been made
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7. View-i Product Manual
4
2
1
5
3
#
Name
6
Recording Mode
Replay Mode(TV-OUT)
Manually start event recording
①
Manual Recording
Button
②
Memory
Format
Button
③
Video
Replay /
JPEG
Capture
②
④
⑤
⑥
If button is pressed, device will make
tic tic sound and blue and orange LED
“tic-tic”
will blink quickly
Same as Recording Mode
Short
Press
Long
Press
Short
Press
No function
Previous File
Press more then 8 seconds to format
SD card
Change folders
JPEG capture
Next File
Long
Press
Press for more then 2 seconds,
device will change to Replay Mode
Press for more then
2 seconds, device will
change to Recording Mode
Rear Camera
③
ON/OFF Button
Power LED
Function LED
Mic LED
[Applies for on/off both]
Press #2 button followed by #3 button
If successful, device will reboot followed
by
a “beep” sound
Red LED, Displays Power On/Off Status
Blue LED
LED, Displays GPS Reception Status
Orange LED, Displays Mic On/Off Status
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7. View-i Product Manual
7.1 Buzzer/LED Scenario
Name
Buzzer
Booting Status
2 “beep” + 5 “beep” sounds
(Total 7 beeps)
SD Card
d
Insert Status
If SD card is not inserted,
“beep~beep”
b
b
sound
d will
ill
Repeat.Pressing any button
will shut down the buzzer
Constant
Recording Status
GPS Reception
Status
Event/Manual
Recording Status
Mic On/Off
Short “tic-tic”
Short “tic”
Power Off
Status
“Beep ”
“Beep~”
Event/Manual
Recording
M
Memory
Full Alert
80%:“Beep Beep Beep ~
p Beep
p Beep”
p
Beep
100% : “Tee-lee-lee”
LED
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Blink
Orange LED : Blink
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Blink
Orange LED : Blink
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Operate according to GPS status
Orange LED : Operate according to Mic status
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Blink = search / On = GPS connect
Orange LED : operate according to Mic status
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Blink (Fast Blink = 0.5 sec)
Orange LED : Blink (Fast Blink = 0.5 sec)
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Blink
Orange LED : On/off according to Mic status
Red LED : Off
Blue LED : Off
Orange LED : Off
Red LED : On
Blue LED : Operate
p
according
g to GPS status
Orange LED : Operate according to Mic status
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8. View-i PC Player Manual
This part of the manual explains the use of View-i PC Player, video and utility player. With
View-i PC Player, user may view the contents of View-i Lite/Pro/Silver/Gold products.
* Windows Media Player and other player may show videos but G-Sensor, GPS, MAP, Report
functions can only
y be used in View-i PC Player.
y
8.1 System Requirement
Item
Operating System
CPU
RAM
Free HDD Space
Display
Description
Window XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Pentium 4 / 1.8Ghz Processor or above
More then 512MB
More then 200MB
More then 1024 x 768 pixels
8.2 Installing the Software
1. Connect SD card into the computer
2. Clikc [Start] and enter [My Computer]
3. Select SD card drive and double click “Setup.exe” file in the product folder
4 Follow installation instructions
4.
6. Select [Start]->[Programs]->[View-i]-> View-i PC Player to start the application
* Check http://www.avic.co.kr for latest View-i PC Player updates
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8.3 View-i PC Player - 1 Channel
Double click on ”View-i” icon
to view the below screen. (View-i Lite/Pro)
5
1
4
6
2
3
#
Name
Description
①
Video Screen
Video play screen of designated video file
②
G-Sensor Graph
G-sensor data of video screen for user analysis
③
Speed-o-meter /
Menu
Display driving speed (View-i Pro)
Button listing for video and menu control
④
File Search
Search function for listed video files
⑤
File Information
Displays file name and recording type
Displays GPS information (View-i Pro)
⑥
Google Map
Displays current position of the video on Goggle map
(Internet connection required : View-i Pro)
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8.4 View-i PC Player - 2 Channel
Double click on ”View-i2” icon
1
to view the below screen. (View-i Silver/Gold/Ruby)
2
5
3
7
6
4
#
Name
Description
①
Front Video Screen
Front video play screen of designated video file
②
Rear Video Screen
Rear video play screen of selected front video file
③
File Search
Search function for listed video files.
④
Speed-o-Meter/
Menu
Display driving speed (View-i Gold/Ruby)
Button listing for video and menu control
⑤
File Information
Displays file name and recording type
Displays GPS information (View-i Gold/Ruby)
⑥
G-Sensor Graph
G-sensor data of video screen for user analysis
⑦
Google Map
Displays current position of the video on Goggle Maps
(Internet connection required : View-i Gold/Ruby)
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8.5 Buttons
Button
Description
Button
Description
Previous File
Open 1 file
Rewind
Print Screen
Play
ECO-Drive Report
Pause
Event Report
Stop
Setting
Fast-forward
Play Speed Control
Next File
8.6 Control Bar
Volume Control : Video volume control with
mute function
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8.7 Open File / Play
• Recorded contents can be found inside device’s SD card.
Constant files can be found under “NORMAL”
NORMAL folder / folder name under date/hour
date/hour.
• Event videos can be found under “EVENT” folder.
• Move the recorded videos to user computer for best performance.
(video play navigation, search, etc)
1. Opening single file and playing
Click on the
button located lower part of View-i PC Player.
Navigate to the folder to find the wanted play contents and double click
on the video file to play
play.
2. Opening a folder and playing
• Click on “Folder Open” button on the top right of Search screen.
• Navigate to the folder of user choice and select “OK”
OK button
• When the file list appears in the Search screen, check the checkbox in the
left of the file name and click on “Chain Play” to play the videos.
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8.8 File List Screen
#
1
3
4
2
7
①
②
Name
Folder
O
Open
Chain
Play
5
6
③
File
Name
④
Event
Type
Description
Open a folder with recorded
videos
Play button for continual playing
of checked listed files
File name consist of date/hour
of recordings
recordings.
EVT_090919_201518.mp4
-> EVT or INI : Recording type
-> 090919 : 09/09/19 (date)
> 201518 : 20:15:18 (time)
->
Displays recording type.
(EVT : Event / EMG : Manual
NOR : Constant)
• File can be organized by clicking on the top File Name, Event titles
#
Name
Description
⑤
NOR
Constant recording files display as “NOR”
⑥
EVT
G-Sensor triggered recording files display as “EVT”
⑦
EMG
Manual button triggered recording files display as “EMG”
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8.9 Search - DB
1. Import play list to the Search screen
(Reference : 8.6 Open File / Play)
2. Click on “Create DB” to make database
*Database must be created before searching
3. Select search option
p
and click “Search” bu
tton
4. Searched list will appear in Search screen
6. Click on “Chain Play” to play searched file
1
2
3
4
#
N
Name
D
Description
i ti
①
Event
Type
Select recording type to filter videos with selected recording type
②
Speed
Input speed value to filter videos above selected speed value
③
G-Sensor
Input X/Y/Z G-sensor values to filter videos above selected G-sensor value
④
Time
Input time value to filter videos within time section
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8.10 Play Screen
1
4
1
4
5
2
3
View-i Silver/Gold/Ruby
2
5
3
View-i Lite/Pro
#
①
②
Name
Description
Video Screen
G-Sensor Screen
Video play screen of designated video file
G-sensor data of video screen for user analysis
③
Speed-o-Meter /
Menu
Display driving speed (View-i Pro)
Button listing for video and menu control
④
Information Screen
Displays file name and recording type
Displays GPS information (View-i Pro)
⑤
Google Map
Displays current position of the video on Goggle map
(Internet connection required : View-i Pro)
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8.11 Google Map Interface
1. View-i PC Player supports Google Map interface
Internet must be connected for Google map interface
2. Navigate through Goggle Map with mouse cursor
2
Number
1
3
Description
①
Adjust Map size
+ : Zoom in
- : Zoom out
②
View Mode
(Map, hybrid, landscape)
③
Current Position
[NOTE] Depending on Google API policy, service might be disconnected without notice
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8.12 Road Track™
1. Road Track™ shows driving path of
selected files
files. In order to use this function
function,
user must first call in the video files and
create database
2. After creating the database, click on
button
3. After new map screen appears, press
button
4. Use
4
button or
button to
display or hide driving route in the Google
Map
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8.13 Speed/G-Sensor
1. View-i PC Player supports detailed view
of speed and G-Sensor
G Sensor data
2. Click on “Big Chart” button in the G-sensor
screen to display below pop-up screens
Speed (Km/H)
G sensor
Play Time
Play Time
Speed
Supported by View-i
View i Pro/Gold/Ruby
G-Sensor
G-Sensor data can be used for road conditions or driver’s driving pattern analysis
Axis
Description
X-Axis
Display Vehicle’s X axis movement - Quick Start / Quick Stop
Y-Axis
Display Vehicle’s Y axis movement - Quick Turns
Z-Axis
Display Vehicle’s Z axis movement - Up/down movement
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8.14 Screen Capture Print/Save
1. View-i PC Player supports screen capture function which can print / save
specific screen of user choice
2. Click on
button to view the screen below
#
Description
①
G Sensor Data
②
GPS Data
(
(View-i
Pro/Gold
/
only))
③
PRINT button for image print
④
SAVE button for create JPEG
image file
1
2
3
4
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8.15 ECO-Driver Report
1. Create database from user selected video files
2 Click “Eco-Drive
2.
Eco Drive Report”
Report button
3. Input basic user information and click
“Make Report” button to create a report
4. Use “Excel” and “Preview” button
to save the report
p
to a file or p
print
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8.16 Event Report
1. Click on “Event Report” button to retrieve the
image capture screen
2. Click on the “Add” button to save 4 different video
screen and click on “Next” button
3. Use “Clear” button to remove selected screens
4 Input basic information and click on “Preview”
4.
Preview
button to create the report
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8.17 GPS/G-Sensor Data Export
1.
2
2.
3.
4.
Create database from user selected video files
Click “Save
Save Data
Data” button
Save CSV file to user preference location in PC
User may utilize *.csv file in their preference
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8.18 Setting - Open
1. Click on
button
2 Select user
2.
user_setup.cfg
setup cfg file in your SD Card
3. Click on “Open” button.
8.18.1 Setting - Express
1. Express setting allows for quick and easy
device configuration
#
Name
Description
1
①
Video Quality
Video quality setting
2
②
G-Sensor
G
S
Setting
G-Sensor
G
S
sensitivity
iti it select
l t
(Low = sensitive / High = Dull)
③
Device Time
VIEW-i Lite/Silver user must
manually set the time
④
Time Zone
Select user time zone
⑤
Sound Setting
Buzzer on/off
3
4
5
2. Click “Apply”
pp y button and re-insert SD Card
to the device to save the changes.
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8.18.2 Setting - Expert
#
1
2
3
6
7
8
Name
Description
①
Best : 1.3M@VGA 17fps
Good : 1.3M@VGA 20fps
Video Quality
Normal : 0.3M@VGA 30fps
Compact : 0.3M@QVGA 17fps
②
Brightness
(Dark)-4 ~ +4(Bright)
③
G-Sensor
Sensitivity
0.1~2.0
(Low=sensitive / High=dull)
④
Event
Recording
Time
0~15 sec for before and after
Event triggers
⑤
Constant
Recording
Time
Lite/Pro : 30sec~1min
Silver/Gold/Ruby:30sec~2min
⑥
Device Time
Select user local time
⑦
Time Zone
Select user time zone
⑧
Buzzer
Buzzer on/off
4
5
1. Do use Express setting unless you are an advanced user
2. Click “Apply” button and re-insert SD Card to the device to save the changes
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9. View-i Product Trouble-Shooting
S
Symptom
t
No Power
“Beep ~ Beep”
sound does
not stop
LED keeps
Blinking
S l ti
Solution
Please check power cable connection to the device
Please check power cable connection to vehicle power source
Please check power switch on the device
If all power connections are correct then remove SD Card and re-insert and try again
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Please check to see if SD card is correctly inserted
Please check to see if SD card format is correct (SD card format must be FAT32)
Please check to see if SD card’s event video contents are full
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
LED may blink if there are any problem with SD Card
Please backup SD card contents and reformat SD Card
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Recording
videos does
not play
correctly
Please check lens for any alien substance.
If videos are too dark, please raise the brightness in the setting configuration
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Recorded
files has
no sound
Please verify that the mic switch is turned on; orange LED should be lit
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Please check event recording settings in the View-i PC Player setting menu
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Please check device installation inside the vehicle and install accordingly to the manual
Please remove all possible metallic parts from the vicinity of the device
If you have attempted the above remedies, and the device is still not working properly,
please contact your dealer
Event
Recording
does work
GPS reception
does not
function
correctly
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10. Specification and Certifications
List
Description
Camera
1.3M
1
3M Pixel CMOS Image Sensor - 1Ch(View
1Ch(View-ii Clik/Lite/Pro),
Clik/Lite/Pro)
1.3M Pixel CMOS Image Sensor - 2Ch(View-i Silver/Gold/Ruby)
View-Angle
Front View angle 120° / Rear view angle 149 °
GPS
Internal GPS (only in View-i Pro/Gold/Ruby)
G-Sensor
Internal G-Sensor
Video
1CH : MPEG4 1.3M Pixel 20fps(max) / MPEG4 0.30M Pixel 30fps(max)
2CH : MPEG4 1.3M Pixel 10fps(max) / MPEG4 0.30M Pixel 15fps(max)
Audio
Internal Mic
Mic, AAC Codec
Storage
SD Card (Max 16GB)
PC Viewer
y , Windows Media Player,
y , and more
View-i PC Player,
Voltage
12V~24V
Size
52(W) x 94(H) x 18(D)mm
Weight
View-i Clik/Lite : 70g / View- Pro/Silver : 85g / View-Gold/Ruby : 90g
Manufacturer
AVIC Imaging Inc. / Manufactured in South Korea
Certification
KCC / FCC / CE / E11(E-mark) / RoHS
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Warranty
Thank you for purchasing AVIC Imaging Inc.’s product.
Product
View-i Lite / View-i Pro / View-i Silver / View-i Gold / View-I Ruby
Model
VSDR-1000 / VSDR-1100 / VSDR-2000 / VSDR-2100 / VSDR-2200
Name
Serial Number
Phone
Email
Address
Purchase
Date
Dealer
Guarantee
1. AVIC Imaging Inc. grants the following warranty period on the product commencing
on the date of purchase.
2. Warranty Period : see store policy
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www.avic.co.kr
Screens and pictures may be different in product use
View-i® Lite/Pro/Silver/Gold/Ruby
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