VIOFO Hardwire Kit (HK3-C) for VIOFO A139 and A139 Pro (USB-C connection)

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  • Cable length: 13.1 feet / 4 meters
  • Adjustable low voltage protection feature that cuts off power to your dash cam when it detects that the vehicle battery voltage is below the set number.
  • With ACC detection, the dash cam will automatically switch to parking mode when the vehicle engine is turned off and return to normal recording once the vehicle engine is turned on.
  • Supports three parking recording modes: automatic event detection, time lapse and low bit rate recording.

1x Hardwire kit (HK3-C)

1x Instructions

4x different types of safety attachments (two of each type)

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  • Cable length: 13.1 feet/ 4 meters
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 8.5cm x 13.5cm x 5cm
  • Weight: 250 grams
  • Operating temperature: -20 °C to 65 °C
  • Water resistant: ---
  • Power input: DC 12-24V
  • Power output: 5V / 2A
  • Power connector: Type-C USB / USB-C
  • Rear camera connection: ---
  • Interior camera connection: ---
  • Battery: not available; capacitors
  • Country of origin: China
  • Manufacturer: VIOFO
  • Model Number: HK3-C

Note 1:

If you want to use a Type-C port on the rear-view mirror or in the car for power supply, you will need an additional USB-C to USB-A adapter for the original VIOFO USB-C cable. The USB-C adapter must be connected to the car's port. USB-C to USB-A and then USB-A to USB-C cable can be used; with a direct connection from the car's USB-C port to the dashcam, it will not start.

Note 2:

To ensure that the camera works properly, please use the original VIOFO cable / VIOFO car charger cable. You can also avoid interference from the original SD cards.

Note 3:

In parking mode, we recommend using VIOFO Hardwire Kit cable to power the camera. If a power bank is used to power the parking mode, it may cause the parking mode to be unstable.

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