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Operating Instruction; Recording Videos - Philips ADR900 User Manual

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Operating Instruction

5.1 Recording Videos

5.1.1 Normal Video Recording
When the engine of the vehicle
is on, the device automatically
turns on and starts recording
continuously. When the engine
of the vehicle is off (parking
status), video recording will stop
automatically. But as long as any
moving object at a reasonable
range in front of the device is
detected, WaveGuard
will flash and then video recording function will be activated immedi-
ately. If no any further moving event happens in 10 seconds' time, the
video recording function will be shutdown again. All these video files
will be saved into the Normal video folder.
5.1.2 Emergency Video Recording
1. When the Collision Detection function is activated, the device
will automatically detect any collision events, and create an
emergency video file and save it into the Emergency video
folder. While driving, the emergency video clip will show video
before and after that event. While parking, the emergency video
clip can only show video after an event.
2. During video recording status, you can manually create an
Emergency Recording, to secure a video file of any
interesting moment with the EasyCapture buttons
3. To ensure the effective protection time of parking monitoring,
the number of emergency files are restricted to 12. If that limit is
exceeded, the older ones would be deleted automatically. In that
case, please BACKUP before the vehicle engine is started.


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