Recording

Vehicle DVRs and dash-cams

With the rise of ‘crash for cash’ schemes and various other scams, our range of DVRs and accident recorders are an excellent addition to any of our camera systems and an absolute must have for complete peace of mind.

Each solution is compatible with any wired system but for our surround view systems, we recommend a DVR that has at least 4 channels. This is so that each camera’s complete output is recorded without missing any potentially important data.

Why Utilise A DVR?

Features

  • Record vehicle cameras

  • HD recording

  • GPS

  • Shock sensor

Benefits

  • Reduce insurance premiums/speed claims etc

  • Good quality recording

  • Recording time/date and location 'stamped'

  • Separate 'incident' files (quicker searching for data

See A DVR In Action

4CH DVR for trucks and vehicles

How DVR's work

DVRs are usually installed with 'splitter' cables, which enables the camera(s) to be simultaneously connected to the DVR and monitor. DVRs also require power. 

Choose Your DVR

DR-220

DR-220 Dash Cam Accident recorder

R3035

  • HD/WDR 'Dash-Cam' (16GB included)

  • Utilise with an additional camera

  • Built-in GPS and 3-axis shock sensor

DR-120

DR-120 2CH Vehicle DVR

D3027

  • 2CH HD SD card recorder (16GB included)

  • H-264/AVI/30fps

  • Built-in GPS and 3-axis shock sensor

DR-400N

DR-400 4CH Vehicle DVR

D3021

  • 4CH HD SSD recorder (128GB included)

  • H-264/AVI/30fps

  • Built-in GPS and 3-axis shock sensor

2CH Digital DVR

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D3451

  • 2CH Digital (TVI) SD recorder (32GB included)

  • H-264/AVI/30fps (1280 x 720)

  • Built-in GPS and 3-axis shock sensor

  • Wi-Fi or 3G/4G module available for remote access

  • Waterproof (IP69K)

4CH Digital DVR

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D3452

  • 4CH Digital (TVI) SD recorder (32GB included)

  • H-264/AVI/30fps (1280 x 720)

  • Built-in GPS and 3-axis shock sensor

  • Wi-Fi or 3G/4G module available for remote access

  • Waterproof (IP69K)