The detection of a sudden collision, unexpected collision, or other event during continuous
recording starts event recording. The recording time of event recording is the 10 seconds before
collision detection plus the time set in "Event recording time" (
the mode returns to continuous recording.
Elapsed time →
Records 10 seconds before
The recording data is saved to the event recordings folder.
The recording time of one file is a maximum of one minute. If the recording time exceeds one minute,
the file is split to record.
If a collision is detected during event recording, event recording is extended.
When five files will be exceeded, event recording cannot be performed (when 8 GB SD card). When
"Overwrite (event)" is set to "ON, " files are deleted in order from the oldest to record ( Á P.20). Back
up the recording data you wish to keep to a PC or other device if necessary.
Turning off the accessories power (ACC) turns off the power of the device and switches to parking
recording mode to perform vehicle collision monitoring. If the vehicle is subjected to a collision, the
power of the device turns on and parking recording starts. When parking recording ends, vehicle
collision monitoring resumes.
Elapsed time →
Parking recording mode is available only when the device is connected using the power code ( Á P.10)
The recording data is saved to the parking recordings folder.
Parking recording starts a few seconds after the vehicle is subjected to a collision.
The monitor screen is not displayed during parking recording.
When 20 files will be exceeded, parking recording cannot be performed (when 8 GB SD card).
Delete any unnecessary data or back up the recording data you wish to keep to a PC or other device
if necessary. You can confirm whether there is an excess number of files with the "
files exceeded" indicator on the recording screen ( Á P.16).
If parking recording is performed, a notification on the screen informs you that parking recording
has been performed when the power turns on.
Parking recording cannot be performed when "Recording time" is set to "OFF" ( Á P.20).
Parking recording may sometimes be performed as result of detecting vibration when a door is closed.
Event recording (set time)
Parking recording (set time)
P.20). When event recording ends,