The comparison of 2 channel Mobile DVR and the traditional dashcam

2019-12-18 Solutions 236 views

With the increase in many different demands for consumers on the mobile DVR, its application prospects are very promising. In recent years, due to fierce market competition, the development of new and best quality models has always been the focus of attention of suppliers.


ICARVISIONS has developed a unique 2 channels mobile DVR, it has been launched to the market a few days ago, which supports 3 Megapixel front-facing IP camera (JI3) and 2 Megapixel rear-facing cameras (JI2) with a high-speed processor, embedded Linux platform and the most advanced technology in IT, leading H.265 video compression/decompression, built-in 4G, GPS and WIF module for the data transmission in real-time, the dual SD card records the driver's driving information, GPS positioning data, and alarm data as a storage medium. Simple design, flexible installation and high reliability.


This is the smallest 2 channels mobile DVR system, it is very popular in the global market now with the most powerful functions, it relies on vehicle IP camera which adopts a new type of material. The product is of embedded compact design, it is widely used in vehicles video surveillance and remote monitoring of mobile assets, such as Taxi, Police car, ambulance and private car, etc.


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As a consumer electronic product, the application and the function of the traditional dashcam are very limited.

1) Hi-Definition 1080P Video

2) Forward Facing Wide Angle Lens

3) 2.4" LCD Monitor

4) Wide Dynamic Range

5) TF Card Slot


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It’s suitable for day and night to use the dashcam can run at 1080p with a frame rate of up to 30fps, or at 720p with a frame rate of up to 60fps. Video is stored to a TF card(maximum 64GB) in an.AVI format.


Other features include a parking mode, meaning that the camera will start recording off its internal battery when your car is parked and the G-sensor detects an impact. It also includes auto on/off, loop recording, time and date stamp on the video, and a G-sensor that keeps your video files from getting accidentally overwritten should an impact or abrupt braking be detected.

 

Therefore, you will see the basic difference between the 2ch mobile DVR of ICARVISIONS and the traditional dash camera of the other suppliers.

An appeal is being made for the customers from all of the worlds to change for your fleet monitoring system, you deserve a better 2ch mobile DVR system. Please visit our website(www.icarvisions.com) to check and inquiry us.


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Best regards, 

Mariana

mariana@icarvisions.com

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