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Parking Mode Capability

Equiped with Parking Mode

In response to the needs of car users, Viofo has equipped the latest A119 and A119S camera software with state-of-the-art parking mode. This feature allows you to record events when the vehicle is in stationary. By using motion detection software and the G-Sensor, the Viofo parking mode is extremely convenient and intelligibly automated.

 

How It Works?

When parking mode is on, the camera records object movement or shock in front of the lens. In such case, movement and shock of object could be detected, recognized and recorded. Once the camera operates at normal mode, video recording will return at fixed resolution and frame rate.

In the absence of G-Sensor reading and lack of movement in front of the lens for 1 min 30 sec, the camera enters standby mode. In this mode, motion detection and shock sensor are activated in the highest sensitivity. When motion is detected again, the DVR will start recording time-lapse motion in normal mode.

Requirements

In order to operate the parking mode properly, please ensure your camera to have the latest version of firmware and make sure that the vehicle has a cigarette lighter socket supplying voltage even after switching off the engine - the recorder must be powered on all the time.

Otherwise, it may be necessary to equip with Viofo hardwire kit (sold separately) for permanent power supply for your A119,A119S or A118C2 to run parking mode after engine switched off.

 

How to Use?

01
 

Go to camera settings and look for the parking mode option.

02

Select the number of frames per second. The camera will record with fixed FPS when motion is detected in front of the lens.

03

When you return from the settings menu to the main preview screen, the camcorder starts recording in normal mode.

The active parking mode signals the icon in the upper left corner.

04

In the absence of G-Sensor reading and lack of movement in front of the lens for 1 minute 30 seconds, the camcorder enters standby mode.

Standby will be indicated by a green LED and the screen will be off.

05

When motion is detected in front of the lens, the camcorder will start recording at a preset frame rate.

The number of FPS that the DVR records is displayed in the top left corner. After a period of no motion for 1m30s, the camcorder will return to standby mode. If the G-sensor detects a shock, the camcorder will start recording in normal mode (as in step 2). If motion and shake do not occur for 1m30s, the camcorder will return to standby mode.  
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