Dash Cam Instruction Manuals

Download an English pdf version for most of our cameras below.

NUMBER ONE INSTRUCTION FOR ALL DASH CAMERAS – DO NOT TURN ON THE MOTION DETECTION, IT WILL NOT WORK WITH LOOP RECORDING WHICH IS THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE CAMERA.

If you do turn it on, the result will be intermittent 30 second videos and a phone call or email to CDC so save us all the trouble.

NOTE: Motion detection is only used when the vehicle is parked and the camera has a permanent power source, it is THE most common mistake people make.

GHY-168 Dash Cam Setup Instructions

You will need to insert your memory card for the dash cam to work properly.

Your dash cam will automatically turn on when power is connected.

There are two basic modes – video and still image. Press the “M” button to cycle between the two. You want to have the video icon showing to record video footage.

To check if the dash cam is recording look for a flashing round red dot in the upper left of the screen. If the red light is not present, press the “OK” button.

How to set date & time on the GHY-168:

1. Turn on your dash cam. You may need to plug the cam into a power source.

2. Press the menu button twice (3rd button down on right side – icon looks like a rectangle with 3 lines).

3. Press the down arrow button on the left side of the cam to highlight the Date/Time selection and then press the OK button on the right.

4. Use the OK button to change between day/month/time fields and use the Up/Down arrow buttons on the left side of the cam to change values.

5. To exit press the menu button again.

How to review video on the  GHY-168 viewing screen:

1. Turn on your dash cam. You may need to plug the cam into a power source.

2. Press the OK button (top right) to stop the camera from recording.

3. Press AND HOLD the “M” button (second button down from top on right). Now press AND HOLD the “M” button again and you will see thumbnails of each video.

4. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the desired video..

5. Press OK to select the highlighted video and then press OK again to play the video.

6. Press OK again to pause video when finished watching. You can then use the arrow buttons to cycle to other videos.

7. To turn lights on or off, short press power button on top of the camera.

How to store a video / prevent it from being overwritten (read only) on the C1H

If you see an incident on the road and wish to keep the footage, preventing the dash cam from looping/recording over it you can press the “HOLD” button (bottom right button – looks like a padlock) to save files as “read only”.

Auto Power Off

If you set “auto power off” to 3 minutes, this is meant to save the battery power when the camera is not recording. So if you disconnect the camera from the mount to view the files or set the menu, the camera will power off after “3” minutes of being idle.

Vacron Dash Cam Setup Instructions

To view the complete Vacron Instruction Manual PDF click here.

These instructions will allow customers to easily find and activate the video player software.

  1. Put the Blue Vacron CD DVR into your CD player on your computer.
  2. Insert the micro SD memory card into the adaptor.
  3. Insert adaptor into the card reader.
  4. Insert card reader into a USB plug in your computer.
  5. Go to the 4 square windows icon on bottom left corner of your computer screen.
  6. Go to Computer and double click.
  7. Open DVD or CD Rom drive.
  8. Open Player.
  9. Click English.
  10. Open CarBox2.
  11. Video will automatically open on the screen.
  12. Click on the setting or configuration button (2 cogs) down the bottom right side of the Vacron player. Hold cursor over it and it will say “Configuration”.
  13. For Eastern Standard Time click on Timezone and change it to UTC +10, WHEN IT IS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME YOU WILL NEED TO CHANGE IT TO UTC+9.
  14. My player opens up in the middle of my screen so that I can see all edges and buttons. If yours doesn’t you are probably using a laptop. The software is easier to navigate on a larger screen.
Vacron Player

Vacron Player

CT66 Dash Cam Setup Instructions

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CT66 English User Manual

How to review video on the CT66 viewing screen:

1. Turn on your dash cam power You may need to plug the cam into a power source.

2. Press the OK button to stop the camera from recording ok

3. Press the bottom left “mode” button twice to bring up thumbnails of each video mode

4. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the desired video left right

5. Press OK to select the highlighted video and then press OK again to play the video ok

6. Press OK again to pause video when finished watching. ok You can then use the arrow buttons to cycle to other videos. left right

How to store a video / prevent it from being overwritten (read only) on the CT66

If you see an incident on the road and wish to keep the footage, preventing the dash cam from looping/recording over it you can press the “menu” button (left, middle button) menu to save files as “read only”. You will notice a key symbol that appears on the screen to represent that the video is being stored as read only.

C1H Dash Cam Setup Instructions

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C1H English User Manual

How to review video on the C1H viewing screen:

1. Turn on your dash cam. You may need to plug the cam into a power source.

2. Press the OK button to stop the camera from recording.

3. Press AND HOLD the bottom left “M” button. Now press AND HOLD the bottom left “M” button again and you will see thumbnails of each video..

4. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the desired video..

5. Press OK to select the highlighted video and then press OK again to play the video.

6. Press OK again to pause video when finished watching. You can then use the arrow buttons to cycle to other videos.

How to store a video / prevent it from being overwritten (read only) on the C1H

If you see an incident on the road and wish to keep the footage, preventing the dash cam from looping/recording over it you can press the “mode” button (bottom left button) to save files as “read only”.

Auto Power Off

If you set “auto power off” to 3 minutes, this is meant to save the battery power when the camera is not recording. So if you disconnect the camera from the mount to view the files or set the menu, the camera will power off after “3” minutes of being idle.

EHD65 and EHD69 GPS Dash Cam Setup Instructions

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EHD65 & EHD69 Setup Instructions

A8 GPS Dash Cam Setup Instructions

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A8 Menu Setup Instructions

MD-400 Dash Cam Setup Instructions

MD-400 Setup Instructions latest