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Vantrue Battery-Powered Dash Cam Collection

Elevate your driving experience with the Vantrue battery-powered dash cam collection, offering the freedom and flexibility to monitor your vehicle without the need for constant power supply.

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Uninterrupted Recording with a Battery-Powered Dash Cam

Enjoy the convenience of cordless operation with Vantrue's battery-powered dash cams. These innovative cameras ensure continuous recording, even when the engine is off, providing security for your parked vehicle around the clock.

Long-Lasting Battery Life

Stay powered longer with Vantrue's reliable battery technology. Our battery-powered dash cams are designed for extended use, giving you peace of mind on longer journeys without the worry of losing precious footage.

Versatile Placement and Easy Installation

The Vantrue battery-powered dash cams offer versatility in placement. With no reliance on a vehicle's power outlet, you can position your camera for optimal coverage without the constraints of cables.

Superior Performance in All Conditions

Experience consistent performance with Vantrue's robust battery-powered dash cams. Built to withstand various temperatures and conditions, they deliver high-quality footage in any driving environment.

Vantrue's battery-powered dash cam collection is perfect for drivers who seek a dependable and flexible solution for their recording needs. With the assurance of long battery life and the convenience of wireless operation, these dash cams capture every crucial moment on and off the road.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do dashcams work on battery?

Yes, dash cams can work on battery power. While many dash cams are designed to be powered by the vehicle's electrical system using a 12V power outlet or hardwiring, there are also battery-powered dash cams available in the market. These battery-powered dash cams offer the advantage of portability and can be used in situations where a constant power source is not available or when you want to use the dash cam outside of your vehicle. The battery life of these dash cams varies depending on the model and usage, but they are designed to provide sufficient recording time and often have features like low-power mode to conserve battery when not in use.

How long does a dash cam battery last?

The battery life of a dash cam varies depending on factors like model, battery capacity, settings, and usage patterns. Generally, battery-powered dash cams can last anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours on a full charge. Power-saving features like motion detection or parking mode help conserve battery when the vehicle is stationary. For accurate information on battery life, refer to the specific dash cam's user manual or manufacturer's specifications.

Can a dash cam work without being plugged in?

Yes, certain dash cams can work without being plugged in. These dash cams are typically battery-powered or have built-in rechargeable batteries. They allow you to operate the dash cam independently from the vehicle's power source, providing portability and flexibility. Battery-powered dash cams can record video and capture footage even when not connected to a power outlet or the vehicle's electrical system. However, it's important to note that the battery life of these dash cams varies, and they will require recharging or battery replacement to ensure continuous operation over extended periods.

Is there dash cam without wires?

Yes, there are wire-free dash cams available in the market. These dash cams are designed to operate without the need for any physical wiring connections to the vehicle's power source. Instead, they typically utilize built-in batteries or supercapacitors to power the device. Wire-free dash cams offer the advantage of easy and flexible installation, as they can be placed anywhere on the windshield without the hassle of routing and hiding cables. They often come with a separate mount or magnetic attachment for quick and convenient removal. However, it's important to note that wire-free dash cams will still require periodic charging or battery replacement to ensure continuous operation.