Understand the dashcam

The dashcam has lenses on both sides, enabling the video capture of both the driver and the road from the cabin. The in-cab lens has two lenses with two separate sensors, one is called RGB, designed for the daytime, and the other is called IR (infrared), which illuminates the cabin and is designed for night vision.

The in-cab lens enables you to:

By default, the in-cab lens is turned on, unless your company has customized configurations. When the dashcam is turned off entirely, distracted driving alerts, video recordings, and video live streaming are not available.

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