QVIA Dash Cam

QVIA Dash Cam
R935
2CH DASHCAM Installation Guide ver.1
QVIA Dash Cam
※ GUI or functions in the manual may differ depending on the software version.
※ Due to the format-free feature the device has, past video clips can be played depending on the file size if played on media players other than the one provided by the manufacturer.
※ Due to the format-free feature the device has, some settings of memory card can be restricted.
(e.g. intervals for recordings, image quality and etc.)
※ Due to the format-free feature the device has, memory card efficiency may be affected.
Thank you for purchasing QVIA Dash Camera.
This manual is for the users of the R935 model.
There may be some technical & editorial errors and omissions.
You can download the latest and updated manual & firmware at our website www.lukashd.com.
▒ Read carefully before using this product ▒
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This manual should be reviewed and retained for future reference.
Qrontech reserves all rights to this manual in accordance with the copyright law.
Content of this manual is subject to change without notice to ensure quality control.
Device functionality may differ depending on firmware versions.
This device was designed as a guide for safe driving. In the event of an accident, the driver must take full responsibility.
Please use this device accordingly.
▒ Scope of guarantee and responsibility ▒
※ This device is an equipment for recording videos and sounds to provide visual proof of a vehicular accident, but we do not guarantee that it will
record all accident videos and sounds.
※ We will not be held responsible for any damages caused by malfunction of this device, data loss, or other damages related to this device.
※ In general, the memory card lifespan is about 6 months and there may be data loss due to static electricity or external voltage existing in the
surrounding environment. For this reason, it is highly recommended to copy and save important data to other media devices.
(hard disk, CD, portable memory etc.)
※ Although this device comes with a format-free feature, the memory card(s) may obtain corrupted videos (omissions in recording,
image cuts, omissions due to changes in frame rates, & other recording defects) due to a decrease in reading/writing speed. For the best
results, please use a genuine Qvia SD card and format it on a regular basis (once a month for 8G SD and microSD cards).
※ This device is an auxiliary device to record the driving videos. Please use this device for reference purposes only.
There may be times when recording is unstable due to various driving conditions.
※ We will not be held responsible for any damages related to engine output if the user chooses to record records in parking mode without any
extra external battery.
CONTENTS
1. Instructions For Use
1-1. Precautions and Notice ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
1-2. Installation ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
1-3. GPS ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
1-4. Memory Card ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
2. Features
5. Product Usage
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3. Components
3-1. Package Guide ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥ 10
3-2. Names & Function of Each Part ‥‥‥‥‥‥ 11
4. Installation
4-1. Precautions ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
4-2. Step-byStep Installation
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4-3. How to Hardwire Continuous Power Cable ‥‥‥
4-4. Camera Angle ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
4-5. Memory Card Usage ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
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5-1. Basic Operation Guide ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-2. Starting the Device ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-3. Video Playback ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-4. Live View ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-5. Setting ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-6. Card Format ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-7. Time Setting ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-8. User Guide ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-9. OBD II ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
5-10. Qvia Viewer ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
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6. Specifications & Customer Service
6-1. Specifications ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥ 39
6-2. Quality assurance ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥ 40
1. Instructions For Use
▒ 1-1. Precautions and Notices ▒
1. Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or cold weather for extended periods of time.
Direct Exposures to sunlight and extreme temperatures may damage the device. When not in use, storage temperatures should also be controlled.
Note that colors of UV filter or exterior of the device may change if exposed to harsh sunlight for a prolonged period of time.
2. Do not attempt to service the product.
Do not attempt to disassemble, modify, or repair the product. Warranty cover will be void if a repair has been attempted by the user or anyone
unauthorized.
3. Do not dismantle or alter the device accessories.
Modifying or cutting power cable can lead to damages the device or the vehicle. We are not reponsible for any damages caused by such modifications.
4. Do not expose the device to liquids.
Please note this device is not waterproof and exposure to liquids and foreign substances may cause a device malfunction, short circuit, and/or fire.
Be cautious when cleaning the device using a soft and dry cloth.
5. Do not expose the device to heavy impacts.
Excessive impacts to this device can cause a malfunction. Handle the product with care.
6. Use only the manufacturer-approved power cable and accessories.
Any damages to the device/vehicle incurred as a result of using accessories incompatible with the device will not be covered under manufactures
warranty.
7. Do not operate the device for extended periods of time while the vehicle is not running.
Excessive use of the device while vehicle is off can cause drainage to the vehicle’s battery.
8. Extreme changes in lighting conditions can affect video quality.
Video quality can be affected in extreme dark/light areas and conditions. Most notability when entering/exiting a tunnel or parking garage.
9. Data may not be recorded if an impact detected is too subtle.
In extreme cases, the device may not record data during an accident due to possible low impact forces. In addition, a high force impact may
disrupt power to the device and data may be lost.
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10. Do not disconnect the power source while the device is turned-on.
Disconnecting the power source may cause the device to malfunction. Please use only the recommended voltage for power connection.
11. Do not pull out the power cable while using the product or use it at a voltage other than the specified voltage.
12. Some PCs may not support Qvia Viewer or there may be some disconnections in voice/image depending on the PC’s specifications.
13. AE operations at night may vary depending on the color of the vehicle(black, red) reflecting less light.
14. There may be frame omissions due to rapid AE operational changes in low light areas. Please adjust the angle of the camera lens if AE
operation malfunction.
15. Videos may contain noises if recorded in poor lighting environments.
16. In the event of a sudden frame change or switching between parking & driving modes, there may be a loss of data.
Please reset the installation angle of the dash camera if AE operation malfunctions.
17. Motion detectors may malfunction in the event of an extreme changes in lighting conditions surrounding the vehicle.
18. The motion detection function may not operate properly in environments with poor lighting conditions due to noise and vehicle security LED(s).
19. he left and right side of video footage may differ in quality due to characteristics of the wide-angle lens.
20. Traffic lights may appear to be flickering due to its location or signal frequency.
21. This product supports OBD Ⅱ, but users are recommended to inquire distributor or customer center about applicable vehicle, model and
more detailed information before use. (Software/hardware modification).
22. Please ensure all accessories are connected to the front and rear cameras to avoid data loss.
23. We will not be held responsible for any damages related to engine output if user records in parking mode without a portable auxiliary battery.
24. If you suspect any malfunction, stop using the product and contact our C/S center or your local distributor.
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▒ 1-2. Installation ▒
1. Keep the surrounding of the device clear.
Please ensure the surrounding area is clutter-free, specially on the dashboard to avoid reflections in the windshield. T
hat may reduce the video/audio quality.
2. Ensure camera lens are clean at all times.
3. Do not attempt to operate or install the device while driving.
For your safety, do not attempt to operate or install the device while driving to avoid possible accidents.
4. Please keep the device securely mounted at all times.
Improper installation of dash cam can result in a fall or malfunction, which can lead to breakdown or driving inturruption.
5. Video footage can be blurry or distorted in a vehicle excessively tinted windshield glass.
6. Install this device at the point as furthest away from other devices antenna or receiver as possible.
The electromagnetic waves produced by other devices may interfere with receiving GPS signals.
7. Videos may appear dark when using a CPL filter.
We don’t recommend using a CPL filter at night or with vehicles with excessive window tints.
Depending on tinting, conditions, a 'rainbow effect' may appear on recorded data.
8. Please remove the UV filter when using a CPL filter.
▒ 1-3. GPS ▒
1. The typical GPS receiver achieves an accuracy of 15 meters. There may be times when GPS signals cannot be received depending on the driving
environments such as tunnels, underpasses,skyscrapers,and street lights which affect the accuracy level.
2. It may take some time to receive GPS signal for the first time after power is turned on depending on the weather or other factors.
3. External devices (electronic, toll device) and window tinting may affect GPS reception.
4. Driving speed may vary (range of 1-30 km/h) depending on where the vehicle is parked.
5. GPS information may be lost if the device is turned off.
6. Time errors can occur with a dash cam without GPS.
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▒ 1-4. Memory Card ▒
1. Do not remove the memory cards by force while the device is in recording mode.
Be sure to turn off the device before removing the memory cards. Removing the cards with the device running may damage the video file or cause an
operational error or the memory cards.
2. Formatting SD card and microSD once a month at minimum (8G) is recommended.
Repetitive writing and deleting of memory cards can cause damage to stored files and the cards themselves. Therefore, periodic formatting can prevent the
cards or files from such damages. In addition, the longest lifespan of a memory card is 6 months and the manufacturer is not responsible for recording
problems that take place due to prolonged use of a memory card past the lifespan.
3. Use memory cards supplied by the manufacturer.
We shall not be responsible for any problems caused by using memory cards not provided by the manufacturer.
4. Handle with care erting and removing memory cards to avoid burns.
The memory card operates at very high temperatures, so you must be careful of handling the cards.
5. Operating temperatures may vary depending on the performance of memory cards.
6. Be sure to backup your recorded videos using an extra storage device. (PC, external HDD, etc.).
A backup of the memory card data using an external storage device can prevent the loss of important data.
7. Be sure to format the SD card when changing mode setting on Qvia viewer.
8. After formatting memory card,the latest settings will be automatically applied to the dash cam. No firmare or configuration file is required.
As the latest set value is saved on dash cam, it is automatically applied to the formatted memory card.
9. Please format memory card without removing it from the device. You can format the memory cards on the formatting menu right from the device.
10. Be sure to insert microSD card into the device.
Without microSD card, event recordings cannot be saved.
11. Do not insert the microSD card into the SD card slot using a microSD card adaptor. It may cause malfunction or damages.
12. This model has a format-free feature. Malfunctions may occur if unsupported files are copied to, moved or deleted from the memory card(s).
13. When formatting on a PC, we recommend that users opt for a full format option rather than quick format option.
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2. Features
▶ Supports a variety of recording functions
Front view dash cam : CMOS Sony Exmor R IMX291 Full HD dedicated sensor
Rear view dash cam : CMOS Sony Exmor IMX322 Full HD dedicated sensor
▶ Distortion-free recording with wide angle lens
Front view : 1920X1080p Full HD recording, at max. 30fps
Rear view : 1920x1080p Full HD recording at max. 24fps
▶ 3.5inch LCD(800X480) + Full Touch, IPS Panel
▶ Supports 'Format-free' feature
▶ Equipped with car battery discharge prevention function
Multi-booting support (ON - ACC - OFF)
Leakage current 100uA or less
▶ Supports a variety of recording functions
- Continuous recording : continuously records 3-minute videos
- Event recording : records before/after impact occurs for 30 seconds in total
- Dual Slot (SD + microSD). Dual Save (Always+Event/ Motion+Event)
▶ Supports maximum memory capacity of 1,024G
▶ Supports voice guidance in 21 languages (English, Korean, Russian, Chinese, French, European Spanish, Latin America Spanish, Arabic,
Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, German, Mogolian, Turkish, Italian, Hindi, Czech, Cantonese,
Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu)
▶ Supports Dual Security LED
▶ Supports Integrated GPS (optional)
▶ Operating temperature: -20℃~ 70℃(highest temp. in LCD type)
▶ Stores 2 million driving information data
▶ Detachable fixed/rotating mounts
▶ No electric curtain interruption by minimizing height of rear view camera
▶ Supports OBD II (optional)
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▶ UV filter(included ), CPL Filter(optional)
▶ Parking alert function
Catalogues the number of motions and events detected during parking mode recording (optional in configuration setting)
▶ Built-in microphone
Records audio simultaneously
▶ Direct memory card format
Able to format the memory card(s) directly from the device (refer to 31 page)
▶ Built-in super capacitor
An internal battery replacement is not necessary due to a built-in semi-permanent super capacitor which will write all files onto the SD card(s)
before the device turns off
▶ Video playback
Videos can be viewed from the PC & Mac dedicated Viewers or on the LCD screen of the cameratyttyt
▶ Firmware upgrade support
Firmware will be upgraded for improvement of performance and fixing errors
▶ Configuration setting available
Users are able to customize the device settings and a variety of functions including customized situation-specific recording, and the weekly car day
alarm directly from the dedicated viewer or by using the device setting menu
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3. Components
▒ 3-1. Package Guide ▒
Front Camera
(microSD card 8GB )
Rear view camera
adhesive tape
Hard wire power cable
Front/rear connection cable
Fixed type bracket set
FHD+FHD 2CH Dash Camera
통합 포켓 설명서 Ver. 1
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※ 본 설명서는 정부시책에 따른 포켓 설명서이며, 전체 설명서는 큐비에 홈페이지에서 다운로드할 수 있습니다.
※ 본 설명서는 R935를 기준으로 작성되었습니다.
※ SD카드와 micro SD카드는 최소한 한 달에 한 번(8G 기준) 포맷하시기를 권장합니다.
※ 본 제품은 포맷 프리 적용 제품으로, 일반 플레이어(다음팟, 곰플레이어 등)로 재생할 경우 녹화 파일의 크기에 따라 과거 파일이 재생될
수 있습니다.
※ 본 제품은 포맷 프리 적용 제품으로, 일부 메모리 카드 설정이 제한됩니다.
(예 : 저장 간격 시간, 전. 후방 영상 품질, 상시. 동작감지 영상 저장 공간 비율 등)
※ 본 제품은 포맷 프리 적용 제품으로, 메모리 카드 사용 효율이 낮아질 수 있습니다.
※ 당사는 주차 중 녹화를 권장하지 않습니다. 주차 중 녹화를 원하시는 경우에는 보조 배터리 설치를 권장하여드리며, 보조배터리 없이
주차 녹화 중 발생하는 배터리 방전 등 차량 손상에 대해서 어떤 책임도 지지 않습니다.
※ 블랙박스는 쓰기와 지우기를 반복함으로 인해 메모리카드 및 파일이 손상될 수 있습니다. 따라서 주기적으로 포맷을 해주면 메모리카드
및 파일 손상을 방지할 수 있습니다. 메모리카드의 보증기간은 6개월이며, 보증기간이 지난 메모리카드를 계속 사용하여 발생되는
녹화 오류에 대해서는 당사에 책임이 없습니다.
User's Guide
Cigar cable (optional)
SD Card
OBD II (optional)
microSD Card adapter
UV Filter
Rotating type bracket set
(optional)
CPL Filter (Optional)
- Please handle the components with care.
- Product package is subject to change depending on models and types ( Hard wire power cable is not included in type D model).
- Be sure to use genuine components provided by the manufacturer.
- Do not use microSD card adaptor in the dash cam or it may malfunction.
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▒ 3-2. Names & Functions of Each Part ▒
Name
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2
5
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7
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Stand & GPS(Built-In)
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37mm UV Filter
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Speaker
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Security LED
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Camera Lens
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S/N Label
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4
8
CAM-IN
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GPS-IN
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DC-IN
OBD
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ON
ACC
OFF
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MIC
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SD
CARD
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Function
Installed into vehicle & receives GPS info(only applies to device with GPS stand)
Protect lens from sunlight and lengthen life of camera sensor
Audio signal output
Displays dash cam operating status, gives warning
Video signal input (CMOS Digital Sensor)
Product name & product serial number
Emergency Recording Manual recording when necessary
(E) Button
(generate 30 second file in event folder)
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CAM-IN
Rear camera input connection
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GPS-IN
GPS connection
10
DC-IN
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OBD
OBD connection (Only for type D model)
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MIC
Voice signal input
13
LCD & Touch
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Operation status LED
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Power switch
Dash cam power supply switch
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microSD slot
Used to insert/remove microSD card
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SD slot
1
Rear Stand
Supply power to dash cam through power connection
Displays driving video and video being recorded. Set configuration settings
Display dash cam operation status etc
Used to insert/remove SD card
Function
Name
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3
2
4
2
Security LED
3
Camera Lens
4
Cable Connection
Allows rear view camera to be mounted on vehicle
Displays dash cam operation status, gives warning
Video signal input
Rear view cable connection terminal
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4. Installation
▒ 4-1. Precautions ▒
※ Before installation, park your vehicle on flat ground where there is some light.
Turn off the engine and remove the key from the ignition. (Be sure parking brake is ON)
※ Pick a spot for the device on the rear view mirror not blocking the driver's vision.
※ Do not install the device with the lens facing upwards or it may cause GPS malfunction and/or continuous recording in event mode.
(With no GPS detection, keeps recording in event mode).
※ Clean the windshield area where the device will be installed.
※ Adjust camera lens angle, so that it shows approximately 40% of the car bonnet on the bottom of the LCD screen.
- If the lens is installed excessively facing downwards, traffic signs will not be recorded, keeping you from retrieving exact information.
When the lens is installed facing too high, the screen looks dark overall due to the bright sky.
▒ 4-2. Step-by-Step Installation ▒
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Apply double-sided adhesive tape on front/rear stand of the device.
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2 Select a spot not blocking the driver's vision. Then, attach front camera to
the windshield glass around the rear view mirror.
Do the same with the rear camera onto the rear windshield.
※ Detaching and reattaching the adhesive tape causes the tape to
lose its stickiness.
▒ 4-2. Step-by-Step Installation ▒
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Insert SD card and microSD card into front camera.
After connecting power cable to the front camera, run the power cable
along the windshield headliner all the way to the driver side A-pillar trim.
(as shown in the picture colored pink.)
CAM-IN
GPS-IN
DC-IN
OBD
ON
ACC
OFF
MIC
SD/
MICRO SD
LOCK
CAM-IN
GPS-IN
DC-IN
OBD
ON
ACC
OFF
MIC
SD/
MICRO SD
※ If you do not insert microSD, event files are not saved.
※ Do not insert the microSD card into the SD card slot using the microSD
card adaptor. It may cause malfunction or be damaged.
5
Connect front camera and rear camera with front/rear
connection cable.
CAM-IN
GPS-IN
DC-IN
6
After installation, turn on the engine first followed by switching on the
power button(ACC or ON) of the device. Check if the device turns on
and works properly by examining the LCD screen.
OBD
CAM-IN
ON
ACC
OFF
MIC
CAM-IN
GPS-IN
DC-IN
OBD
SD/
MICRO SD
ON
ACC
OFF
ON
ACC
OFF
MIC
※ If there is no SD card, the device will not work.
※ The device is rebooted when the rear camera connection cable gets
plugged or unplugged in the main body.
※ Dash cam does not work properly when the rear camera connection cable
gets plugged or unplugged in the rear camera.
SD/
MICRO SD
※ Make sure the device is turned OFF when connecting/disconnecting
the power cable of the rear camera. Otherwise, damage may be done
to the device.
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▒ 4-3. How to Hardwire Continuous Power Cable ▒
1
Before you open or work on a
2
fuse box, be sure that your vehicle’s
ignition is turned off. Then, locate
the fuse box and the chart that shows
you what each fuse is for. Choose
where to wire the continuous power
cord and the ACC wire.
※ Use fuse tongs to easily
insert and remove individual fuses.
Identify a fuse that has no power
(e.g. cigarette lighter, audio etc.) to
connect with the red ACC wire and
insert it back to fuse box.
※ Location of ACC power supply
may differ depending on the vehicle.
※ Please connect the ACC wire to the
output terminal. If wired the other
way around, there is a risk of fire.
3
4
Identify a fuse that has power
(e.g. emergency lamp, indoor
lamp, tall lamp etc.) to connect
with the yellow B+ wire and insert
it back to fuse box.
※ Location of B+ may differ depending
on the vehicle.
※ Please connect the ACC wire to the
output terminal. If wired the other
way around, there is a risk of fire.
Connect the black GND terminal to a
grounding source
(e.g. metal component)
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If the power cable is improperly hard-wired, the device will not function properly.
We recommend that users use a dual fuse holder as seen in the adjacent photo to make the process easier.
▒ 4-4. Camera Angle ▒
▶ Users can adjust preferred viewing angle easily while viewing the LCD screen.
▶ Adjust camera lens angle to display approximately 40% of the vehicle hood(bonnet) on the LCD screen as shown below.
※ If the lens are facing too low, it may not record traffic lights. On the contrary, lens facing high up may darken video footage.
Traffic Lights
CAM-IN
GPS-IN
DC-IN
OBD
ON
ACC
OFF
Moving
image
60%
Still
image
40%
MIC
SD/
MICRO SD
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▒ 4-5. Memory Card Usage ▒
- Video is recorded at 3-minute interval for continuous recording, 30-second interval for motion and event recording.
- The below table is based on the SD Card setting which is set to the following proportional storage assignment for different recording modes:
continuous 70% and motion detection 30%
1. SD card usage time
Motion detection recording
Continuous recording
No. of files for front view
No. of files for rear view
Total usage time
Total no. of files
Total usage time
8G
14 / 42min
14 / 42min
1h 24min
53
26min 30sec
16G
30 / 1h 30min
30 / 1h 30min
3h
110
55min
32G
60 / 3h
60 / 3h
6h
224
1h 52min
64G
120 / 6h
120 / 6h
12h
448
3h 44min
128G
249 / 12h 27min
249 / 12h 27min
24h 54min
911
7h 35min 30sec
2. microSD card usage time (event recording)
8G
16G
32G
64G
128G
No. of files for front view
107
214
450
900
1,800
No. of files for rear view
107
214
450
900
1,800
Total usage time
54min
1h 47min
3h 45min
7h 30min
15h
※ Front and rear motion detection files are stored separately.
※ The total usage time above is an approximation. There may be some variation with actual recording time and the number of files stored
depending on the user's environment.
※ The above 'Total usage time' is calculated by adding the recording times of front/rear videos.
Videos for the front and rear cameras are saved separately.
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5. Product Usage
▒ 5-1. Basic Operation Guide ▒
1. How to start and stop recording
OBD
You can easily set 'power safety function' by manipulating power switches on the device.
ON
ACC
OFF
- ON : supports recording during driving/parking (operates up to set voltage or time during parking)
- ACC : supports recording during driving (dash cam begins to operate when the engine is on and it stops operating when engine is off)
- OFF : power not supplied to the device
※ Check if the memory cards are in the device before turning it on.
※ When booting proceeds after power is supplied, Qvia logo will be shown on LCD screen.
※ After the device has successfully started, it will start recording after voice message “Drive safely”.
2. Standard Recording Mode
Continuous Recording
Motion Detection Recording
Event Recording
Emergency Recording
Storage Medium
SD card
SD card
SD card/microSD card
microSD card
Folder
AlwaysMovie
MotionMovie
AlwaysMovie / EventMovie
EventMovie
Storage Duration
3min
30sec
30sec
30sec
Video
always
parking
SD/
MICRO SD
Characteristics
- Records when motion is
detected if motion detection
Records continuously
function is enabled.
while driving
- Able to set the level of motion
detection sensitivity
always + event / event
- Records when impact is
detected during driving or
parking
- Able to set the level of motion
detection sensitivity
event
Records whenever you
need to by pressing
emergency recording
button
※ With a microSD card inserted, videos from event recordings are saved onto the microSD card in the EventMovie folder.
Continuous recordings will be saved in the AlwaysMovie folder of the SD card.
※ If there is no microSD card inserted, video from event recordings will not be saved. Only videos from continuous recording will be saved onto the SD card.
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3. Video Playback
- Check real-time video : you can see the video now playing in real time after you start the device.
When you touch real-time video button on main menu, you can check video being recorded.
- Check recorded video : when you touch video playback button on main menu, you can watch recorded video.
You can watch recorded videos on Qvia viewer or other mediaplayers by inserting SD card/microSD card to PC.
4. Security LED operation
During Continuous Recording
During Recording while Parking
Event/Motion taking Place
Front LED Status
Blue LED stays on continuously
Blue LED blinks slowly
Red LED blinks fast
Rear LED Status
Blue LED stays on continuously
Blue LED blinks slowly
Blue LED blinks fast
※ You can turn on and off the LED lights on Configuration setting > additional function. When LED is off, security LED does not operate.
5. Operating status LED operation
During Continuous Recording During Recording while Parking Event/Motion taking Place
ACC OFF
Entering power safety mode
Blue LED stays
Blue LED
Red LED blinks slowly
Red LED blinks fast
Blue LED blinks fast
on continuously
blinks slowly
※ The device will be turned off blue LED lights blink fast as the device enters ‘Power safety mode’ by setting a specific voltage level or time span.
6. Recording during driving
- Continuous recording : records and saves videos during driving at 3-minute interval in AlwaysMovie folder
※“Always”is displayed on the bottom part of the screen when the playing back the videos recorded in continuous mode.
- Event recording : recorded for 30 seconds in total - 10 seconds before/20 seconds after impact occurs - and saved in EventMovie folder.
- Emergency recording : when pressing emergency recording button for approx. 1 second, recording starts immediately with a sound, and a 30-second
video is saved in EventMovie folder.
※ Emergency recording cannot operate during event recording and vise versa.
Continuous recording (always)
Continuous recording (always)
Continuous recording (always)
SD Card :
Event triggered
Event triggered
microSD Card :
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Event recording (event)
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20sec
10sec
Event triggered
20sec
Event recording (event) Event recording (event)
6. Recording During Parking
- Parking mode is activated when the device power is ON.
※ Note that recording and the device itself will be turned off if the vehicles’ battery drops below the voltage level set by the user.
- How to change to parking mode : The device can be programed with a set time to activate the ‘auto-conversion to parking mode’ function.
When the device converts to parking mode, a voice guide(“Switched to parking mode”) is announced.
※ Automatic conversion to parking mode can be set up in the “Configuration Setting > Basic Functions”
of the Qvia viewer
※ As recoding stops and converts to parking or driving mode, less than 5 seconds of video may be lost.
- Recording in parking mode : When playing back the recorded videos in parking mode, it will say "Motion" on the bottom of LCD screen.
※ When converting from continuous, event, or manual recording mode to parking mode, any recording under progress regardless of its mode
will be stopped and converted to parking mode. For this reason, video loss can occur.
- When selecting ‘Use motion detection’ in the configuration settings, video will be recorded for 30 seconds in total, consisting of 10 seconds of
video before the impact and another 20 seconds following the impact. Files will be saved in the Motion Movie folder.
※ For efficient memory management only the camera(either front or rear) that detects the motion will be activated.
※ You can set the motion detection function on the Qvia Viewer :“Configuration Setting > Motion Detection”.
※ RED LED will blink while motion recording is activated.
※ Motion detection may fail when the surrounding of the vehicle is too dark.
※ Recording time during parking mode may vary depending on the vehicles’ battery status.
※ Motion detection or frame omission may occur depending on surrounding environment.
※ Motions may continue to be detected and recorded according to changes in the environment. Therefore, the level of sensitivity must be set to
in accordance with your parking environment.
(E.g. When parking in an alley or underground, frequent movements may interfere with motion recording if the level of sensitivity is too high.)
7. Driving Information Check
- Qvia dash cam can record up to approximately 2 million driving information data onto the SD card. After you have set the time intervalfor saving
the driving information on the configurations settings, the device will automatically save the data on a regular basis.
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▒ 5-2. Starting the Device ▒
※ After starting the car engine and turning on the power button on the right
side of the camera, the power will be turned on. When the device has
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successfully started, it will automatically start recording and real-time video
will be shown on the LCD screen.
1. Live View : video being recorded by the device is displayed on the LCD screen.
1
- Screen conversion : by touching the screen when rear view camera is
connected, it will be converted from the front view
in the order of the following. ▶rear view ▶
Reverse rear L/R ▶ front/rear view left & right ▶
front/rear view up & down ▶
front/rear view PIP screen ▶ rear/front PIP.
When rear view camera is not connected, only front view
screen is displayed. (the device will be re-booted when
rear view camera connection cable is
separated/connected during recording.)
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2. Home (main menu) : touching the home button on the upper left-hand side of the screen,
main menu appears.
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3. Parking surveillance notice :
Display the number of motion detections and events that take place during
parking.
※ number of motion detections is displayed separately for front and rear cameras.
※ as event detection is recorded simultaneously for front and rear cameras,
the number of event detections for front and rear cameras is displayed
together as one.
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※ When you touch the home button on live view video screen, the following
menu will appear.
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1. Current Date & Time Display
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2. Live View : front/rear view video being recorded is displayed.
3. Video Playback : able to check videos recorded in continuous, event, and
motion detection modes.
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4. Configuration Setting : set video, basic functions, LCD, additional functions,
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audio and OBD II function.
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5. Card Format : format SD card and microSD card,
6. Time Setting : set date & time of dash cam.
When time is changed, memory card format is necessary.
Time can be set manually when there is no GPS.
7. User Guide: able to check user guide.
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Normal (Type B)
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8. Display Front / Rear View Device Firmware Version
9. OBD II : display OBD II information (OBD II is optional).
LKV5.7.1
OBD II Firmware (Type D)
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▒ 5-3. Video Playback ▒
※ When you touch video playback button on main menu, the list of saved
videos will appear.
※ As front/rear view videos are not recorded during video playback, stop
the car in a safe place before use.
※ Video recording starts automatically when video playback screen returns to
menu screen.
※ Video files are automatically generated with the name in
"Year/Month/Day/Time" format.
1. Video Play List : display play list in sequential order
When you touch the video name, the video will play
immediately.
▲,▼ : sorting in ascending/descending order
2. Mode Selection Button : divided into always/event/motion detection
recording modes.
3. Front/Rear View Icon : icons to distinguish front/rear view video.
4. Move to Previous Screen : move to the previous screen.
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※ When you touch video name in playlist, the video will play on screen.
※ After the video starts playing, status bar will disappear automatically.
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If you re-touch the screen, the status bar will appear again.
1. Video playback screen : recorded video will be played on LCD screen.
When the currently playing video ends, the next
video will be played.
2. File name display : file name of the video being played is displayed.
3. Playback progress bar : display progress time of the video currently
playing and the duration of the video.
4. Player button : able to play/pause the video being played and move to
previous/next video.
5. Previous menu button : move to the previous menu(video play list)
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3
Note) video recording will be stopped when recorded video is being played.
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▒ 5-4. Live View ▒
※ Video being recorded by the device is displayed on LCD screen.
※ When you touch other parts than the home button, the screen switches in the
following order. front view ▶ rear view ▶ front/rear view left & right ▶ front/rear
view up & down ▶ front/rear view PIP screen ▶ rear/front PIP screen.
1. Front / Rear view video screen
2. PIP screen
3. Driving date & time
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4. Voice recording
5. GPS reception info : A : GPS received
V : no GPS reception
F : GPS power is not connected
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6. Driving speed
7. Mileage display
8. Vehicle voltage display(voltage supplied to dash cam)
※ Vehicle voltage display indicates voltage supplied to the device and
it can be different from the voltage supplied from vehicle (battery) due
to various reasons including the loss of dash cam power cable.
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▒ 5-5. Setting ▒
※ When you select the Settings button on menu screen, the following screen will
be displayed.
1. Video : set front and rear camera brightness mirror images setting for the
rear camera
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2
4
5
3
2. Audio : set recording, speaker, hourly alarm and voice guidance.
3. LCD : set screen stand-by time, screen brightness, screen protector and
LCD touch sensitivity
4. Basic : set G-sensor, auto-conversion to parking mode, front view motion
detection and rear view motion detection, set PIP position.
5. Additional :set power safety, LED and initialize configuration setting.
6. OBD : set functions related to OBD II module.
※ OBD II module can be purchased optionally
※ New settings are applied when you exit the configuration setting screen.
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▒ 5-5-1. Setting - Video ▒
※ When you select the Video button on the settings screen, the following screen
will be displayed.
※ You can change settings by selecting the icons on each screen.
1. Front Camera brightness : set front view camera brightness from 1-5 stages.
2. Rear Camera brightness : set rear view camera brightness from 1-5 stages.
3. Reverse : Reverse L/R for Rear Camera
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▒ 5-5-2. Setting - Audio ▒
※ When you touch the audio button on configuration setting screen, the right
screen will be displayed.
1. Voice Recording : adjust sound volume of voice recording.
2. Speaker Setting : adjust sound and voice volume for speaker etc.
3. Hourly Alarm : set function that tells time at every hour.
4. Voice Guidance Language : able to choose language for guidance.
(Korean, English, Russian, Chinese, Arabic,
French, European Spanish,
Latin America Spanish, Japanese, Thai,
Vietnamese, German, Mogolian, Turkish, Italian,
Hindi, Czech, Cantonese, Portuguese,
Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu)
※ Foreign language support(Voice guidance, GUI language) is not supported for products sold in Korea.
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▒ 5-5-3. Setting - LCD Config. ▒
※ When you select the LCD configuration button on the settings screen,
the following screen will be displayed.
1. Screen Stand-by Time : set time during which LCD is turned on
(screen saver : converted only when the function
is activated) Set it to always, 15sec, 30sec. 60sec.
When set to always, the screen will not be turned off.
(However, it will still be turned off automatically in
parking mode.)
2. Screen Saver : turn on/off screen saver
The image appearing when converted to screen saver can be chosen by the
user
→ 1. Edit the image you want in 800x480 size
2. Set the edited image file name and its extension as screen.png
(If file name and its extension are not as above, it will not be recognized as
screen saver image. Be sure to save it as screen.png)
3. Save it in the top most folder of SD card.
(If you save it in other folders, it will not be applied to screen saver.)
3. Screen Brightness : set LCD brightness from 1~3 stages.
4. Night Brightness : when you activate it, it changes LCD brightness automatically
during 8:00 PM and 6 AM.
5. Touch Sensitivity : adjust LCD touch sensitivity
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▒ 5-5-4. Setting - Basic ▒
※ When you touch basic button on configuration setting screen, the following
screen will be displayed.
1. G-sensor : able to set the level of G-sensor sensitivity(impact) according to
user environment for driving and parking modes from 1-5 stages.
2. Auto parking : set to do not use Auto-conversion to parking mode, 10sec,
30sec, 1min, 2min, 3min, 5min, 7min and 10min.
3. Motion detection : able to set sensitivity of motion detection in parking mode.
4. Select PIP area : able to change the position of PIP(Picture-in Picture) on the
LCD screen in Live View.
<G-sensor sensitivity setting>
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▒ 5-5-5. Setting - Additional ▒
※ When you select the Additional button on the settings screen, the following
screen will be displayed.
1. Continuous Power supply : set cut-off voltage or cut-off time to prevent
battery discharge during parking mode
(low voltage cut-off function)
※ When using external power other than your vehicle battery, adjust the
setting to using external power.
※ When using external power(external battery), cut-off voltage and cut-off
time will not be activated, and it needs to be re-activated after connecting
the external power.
2. Security LED : turn on/off front and rear Security LEDs
3. Use rear cam in parking mode : turn on/off rear cam recording in parking
mode
4. Initialize configuration setting : initialize configuration settings.
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▒ 5-5-6. Setting - OBD II ▒
When you select
오디오
the OBD
버튼을
II button
터치하면
on the
다음과
settings
같은screen,
화면이 the
표시됩니다.
following screen
※ 메뉴화면에서
will be displayed.
1. Cut-off Voltage : set cut-off voltage.
※ Cut-off voltage may have errors in the cut-off level depending on vehicle
model.
※ Be sure to use OBD II power supply when connecting OBD II.
※ Duplicated power supply using both LK-750 OBD II module and
hardwire power cable can cause problems.
※ Contact seller or maufacturer for a proper use of LK-750 OBD II module
and hardwire power cable before installation.
2. Eco Drive Setting : set Eco Drive according to the user environment.
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▒ 5-6. Card Format ▒
※ When you select the Card Format button on the menu screen, the following
screen will be displayed.
※ Formatting SD and microSD card once a month (8G) is recommended.
※ Be sure to save important data in other storage devices before you format the
memory cards.
4 wk
1. SD Card : Formatting SD Card.
2. microSD Card: Formatting microSD Card.
3. Dual Card : Formatting both of SD and microSD Card at the same time.
4. Automatic formatting : Setting an automatic formatting cycle for SD Card and
microSD Card as every 4 week, 8 weeks, 16 weeks,
32 weeks or off.
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▒ 5-7. Time Setting ▒
※ When you select the Time Settings button on the menu screen, the following
screen will be displayed.
※ Configuring the time setting is only necessary when the device has no GPS module.
1
Time setting will be automatically set when GPS module is installed.
※ When you change time, the memory card should be formatted.
AM
1. Time Setting : manually set time on the device
2. GMT Setting : set GPS standard time.
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▒ 5-8. User Guide ▒
※ Touching the Manual button will display the picture on the right.
1. To look up the Manual on the screen.
- For the next page, touch right side of the screen.
- For the previous page, touch left side of the screen.
2. The current page number
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▒ 5-8. OBD II ▒
※ When you select the OBD II button on the menu screen, the following screen
will be displayed.
RPM info
Accelerator (displays intensity in the range of 0~99%)
Gear position
Current speed
Mileage
Left turn light
Brake status
Steering wheel turning angle – steering wheel turning angle displayed
with numbers
9. Eco Drive info
10. Right turn light
11. Voltage supplied to OBD II
※ Voltage supplied to OBD II may differ from voltage supplied to vehicle
(battery voltage).
12. OBD II version info
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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▒ 5-10. Qvia Viewer ▒
1. Program Installation
1
Connect the SD card
to PC.
2
Click “Setup.exe” to
install Qvia viewer.
3
Double click the shortcut
once installation is
completed.
(The icon name may differ
according to the product
model.)
Setup.exe
R935
※ Qvia Viewer can be download the Qvia Viewer at any time from our website (www.qvia1.com).
※ Name of viewer icon may vary depending on OBDII compatibility.
Recommended PC
specifications for using
Qvia viewer
OS: Windows XP SP3, Vista (32Bit), WIN 8 (32/64bit)
H/W: Quad core 2.8Ghz/ 4G RAM
Web browser: Microsoft internet explorer 7.0
Direct X version: Direct X9.0 (JUNE2010)
Others: Windows.NET Framework 4
※ For best results, please use the Qvia viewer distributed for your device.
There may be occasional display and sound cuts, as well as changes in play speed and other errors depending on computer specifications.
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2. Viewer screen composition
GPS info
Set time
Settings
Screenshot
Print video being played
File list
Load file
File list & event info
Front view camera display icon
Front view video file name :
Main video play window
Rear view camera display icon
Rear view video file name :
LK-9700 FHD Duo
Sub video play window
G-sensor (acceleration)
graph
Rewind video by 10 seconds
Pause
Forward video by 10 seconds
Double the speed of video playback
Zoom in/Zoom out
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Adjust sound volume
View full screen
Convert Main/Sub video play window
※ GPS map information may not be displayed if PC is not connected to the Internet or GPS reception is unstable.
※ Map synchronization is supported only with Internet Explorer 7.0 or above.
※ To take full advantage of Full HD resolution, play video in full screen.
※ Viewer image may be different when in sync with OBD II.
3. Settings
- Users can change device settings (i.e. recording configuration, system configuration, additional functions, and time, etc.) to their preferences by altering
‘Device Settings’ on the Viewer program menu.
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4. Video Playback Screen
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Date & Time
2
Driving Speed
※ Only with GPS or OBD II
3
GPS Reception Status
-A: GPS connected
-V: GPS NOT connected
-F: GPS Power NOT supplied
4
Mileage
※ Only with GPS or OBD II
/R935/
S
5
Dash Cam Voltage level
8
9
6
Recording Mode
7
Vehicle Plate Number (enter up to 8digits.)
8
Device Model
9
Image Quality (video saving data speed/sec)
※ S : Best quality
6. Specifications & Customer Service
▒ 6-1. Specifications ▒
Item
Camera
Viewing Angle
Recording resolution &
Frame
LCD resolution & Size
Video Compression
Gravity Sensor
GPS
Storage Media
Player Program
Audio
*Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Specification
Front : Full HD dedicated SONY Exmor R CMOS Sensor, 1/2.8(inch)
Rear : Full HD dedicated SONY Exmor CMOS Sensor, 1/2.9(inch)
Front : Diagonal(approx. 135°)
Effective angle: Horizontal (approx. 107°), Vertical (approx. 55°)
Rear : Diagonal(approx. 130°)
Effective angle: Horizontal (approx. 104°), Vertical (approx. 54°)
Front : 1920×1080p(Full HD), 30fps
Rear : 1920×1080p(Full HD), 24fps
Resolution(800x480) / Size : 3.5”(inch), Built-in Touch
H.264(AVI format) / Codec profile : HIP(High profile)
Built-in 3-axis Impact sensor(impact, sudden brake, sudden start)
Ublox 7 / Ublox 8
SD card : SDHC / SDXC memory card (standard 8G, max. 512G)
microSD : microSDHC / microSDXC (standard 8G, max. 512G)
General media player / Lukas viewer
Built-in speaker, Microphone
Power & Current consumption Power: DC 9V~24V, Power consumption: 340㎃ (13.4V) , approx. 4.5W
Low Voltage Cut-off
Able to set time & voltage, supports multi-booting
Operating &
Storage Temperature
Size/Weight
Remark
Type A, Brighteness 2
Operating: -20℃~70℃ (-4℉ ~158℉)
Storage: -30℃~80℃ (-22℉ ~176℉)
Front : 100 X 101 X 33.3 (mm) , 151g / Rear : 50 x 26 x31 (mm), 25g
Including GPS
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Quality Assurance
Model Name
Product S/N
Customer Name
Date of Purchase
Customer Phone No.
Place of Purchase
MM / DD / YY
1. A standard 1-year warranty is provided from the date of purchase.
However, a six-month warranty is provided for accessories, including memory card.
2. This product has undergone strict quality control and inspection procedures.
3. Be sure to bring this manual with you when you request repair service.
4. This user manual is a proof of purchase and warranty and will not be re-issued. Take extra care keeping the manual safe.
5. We are not responsible for any costs incurred to install or uninstall the product, as it is not covered by warranty.
▒ Certified company info. ▒
1. Certified company : Qrontech Co., Ltd.
2. Device name (model name) : QVIA Dash Camera(Dash Cam)
(R935, R935G, R935D, R935GD)
3. Certificate No. : MSIP-REM-QRN-RFHD
4. Manufacturer/Manufacturing country : Qrontech Co., Ltd. /
Korea
Seller and user must note that this device is electromagnetic wave
compatible only for business use, not domestic.
Conformity European Marking
EU Joint Specification Certificate
U.S. Federal Communications
Commission /
Electromagnetic Wave
Compatibility Certificate
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