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A dash camera is a video recording device for your vehicle that records onto an SD card or hard-drive to provide irrefutable evidence in the event of an accident or incident.
Dash cameras are programmed to continuously loop recorded footage on the memory card, overwriting the oldest footage when a current recording is made.
Many of our dash cameras are equipped with a feature called WiFi, which allows you to review/watch/share footage from the camera on your smartphone or tablet (when sitting in the vehicle).
You need a dash camera for a variety of reasons such as:
The video below is from a Lockdown Security customer, the driver of the dump truck tried to blame our client for the accident, the dash camera proved otherwise!
The EVO-ONE is compatible with diesel vehicles, and has the capability to vary wait to start times (for glow plug delay).
Adjustment of these settings must be completed by using the FLASHLINK Updater tool, and the FLASHLINK software.
The EVO-ONE can be configured as an alarm with remote starter, when used with the Fortin FSS shock sensor (install guide for FSS below):