Have you ever experienced your car battery dying unexpectedly and being unable to start your car?
You may be surprised to learn that your dashcam could be the culprit. When you activate the parking mode on your dashcam, it continuously monitors the surrounding area for any movement or changes. This includes changes in the weather, such as clouds moving or leaves rustling in the wind. This constant monitoring can lead to a drain on your car battery, leaving it unable to start when you need it.
Fortunately, Vantrue has come up with a solution to this problem with the development of their new N5 dashcam. The N5 features a new “area selection” function for motion detection that allows you to focus on specific areas of your car's surroundings, rather than constantly monitoring everything within range. With the N5, you can adjust the motion detection range for both the front and rear areas of your car separately, and also adjust the range up and down, left and right. You can even choose from five different range options, including a global detection mode.
Utilize Motion Zones in Vantrue N5
Motion Zones let you focus on specific areas you want your N5 device to cover and help reduce the number of "false" motion recordings. By customizing these zones and excluding high-traffic areas like public paths and roads, you can greatly increase your N5 device's effectiveness and reduce the number of false motion recordings during park time, such as cars driving by or trees moving in the distance.
Under Motion Settings, you can adjust and edit the zones of your vehicle under Edit Motion Zones. You can also adjust your device’s motion sensitivity and record the movements happening around your vehicle.
In conclusion, if you are tired of dealing with unexpected car battery drains from your dashcam's parking mode, consider upgrading to Vantrue's N5 dashcam with the new area selection function. This innovative feature provides more accurate monitoring while also reducing the drain on your car's battery, giving you peace of mind and reliable performance when you need it most.