In-Car Video Camera
and Windshield Mount
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1. Sr600 In-Car Video Camera Operations
1.1 This Sr600 In-Car Video Camera records a full 360°
horizontal by 240° ﬁeld of view video, providing a valuable
record of events in their entirety. Recordings can be manually
initiated any time by pressing the camera's power/record
button. The camera can also be preconﬁgured to automatically
record when triggered by certain events.
Please consult with your Fleet Manager or Administrator for
your camera's speciﬁc settings
2. LED Readings, Windshield Mount Camera Base and Additional Controls
2.1 An LED light informs you of the camera's operating status.
A solid blue
means the camera is standing
by and ready to record. A solid red light
indicates the camera is recording.
= Ready to Record (no wi-ﬁ connection)
= Connected to Wi-FI and Ready to Record
= Uploading video to vault and
ready to record.
= Operational Error
= Updating Firmware (Automatically)
= Low Battery (Check Power)
and any other color = camera memory
is almost full.
Note: LED OFF indicates that camera is OFF or surveillance
mode is enabled.
Recording is stopped by manually short pressing the Sr600
main power/record button or via an input that has been
conﬁgured to stop recording.
Note: If recording is stopped while an automatic trigger (such
as recording above a speciﬁc speed) is still active, then the
camera will resume recording.
The Sr600 In-Car Video Camera is powered when installed in
the base and connected to the vehicle. If the Sr600 In-Car
Video Camera needs to be powered down remove it from the
base and press and hold the Power/Record button for more
than 2 seconds.
2.2 The windshield mount camera base attaching your camera to
your vehicle windshield has two additional buttons, left and right,
with the default settings for turning oﬀ all LED's for use during
surveillance operations and muting the camera microphone.
To turn oﬀ audio during recording, press the right button on the
camera's base. To disable BOTH the camera's and the
windshield mount camera base's LED lights, press the
windshield mount camera base's left button.
Again, consult with your ﬂeet manager or Administrator for your
camera's speciﬁc settings.
The camera should be pre-mounted and locked into its base at
the ideal angle for use. If you bump or move the camera, it
should be reset to its original position by those responsible for its