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Vantrue G-Sensor Dash Cam Collection

Select from Vantrue's cutting-edge G-sensor dash cam collection for enhanced on-road protection that automatically detects and records significant or sudden movement.

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Advanced Protection with G-Sensor Dash Cam

The Vantrue G-sensor dash cams elevate your vehicle's safety systems by providing responsive recording capabilities. The G-sensor technology ensures that any impact or abrupt changes in motion are instantly detected, triggering the camera to save and lock the relevant footage.

Automatic Incident Capture

Never miss a critical moment with Vantrue's G-sensor dash cams. These cameras deliver peace of mind by automatically preserving footage of incidents, securing vital evidence without any manual intervention.

Customizable Sensitivity Settings

Tailor your Vantrue G-sensor dash cam to your precise needs. Adjustable sensitivity allows you to set the threshold for impact detection, ensuring that the camera reacts appropriately to the events on the road.

Robust Design for All Driving Conditions

Designed to withstand the rigors of daily driving, Vantrue's G-sensor dash cams are built to perform reliably in any condition. Whether you're driving on a bumpy road or in harsh weather, trust that your dash cam is ready to document every second.

Invest in the Vantrue G-sensor dash cam collection for smart, responsive, and reliable recording on all your journeys. Drive with the confidence that comes from knowing you're backed up by technology that watches over every turn and stop.


What is the G-sensor on my dash cam?

The G-sensor, found in many dash cams, is a built-in sensor that detects changes in acceleration. It recognizes sudden movements, impacts, or collisions experienced by the vehicle. When a significant change is detected, such as a sudden stop or collision, the G-sensor triggers an event recording. This recording is saved separately, ensuring important moments are not overwritten during loop recording. The G-sensor provides valuable evidence for insurance claims, legal proceedings, or reviewing driving events.

The sensitivity of the G-sensor can be adjusted to suit preferences or driving conditions. Higher sensitivity settings capture events more easily, while lower sensitivity settings require stronger impacts. Overall, the G-sensor is a crucial feature in dash cams, offering added security and peace of mind by automatically recording and preserving critical events on the road.

What is the difference between accelerometer and G-sensor?

The terms "accelerometer" and "G-sensor" are often used interchangeably, but they refer to the same sensor in the context of dash cams. Both measure acceleration or changes in acceleration along different axes. While an accelerometer is a general term for a sensor that detects acceleration, the term "G-sensor" is commonly used in dash cams to describe an accelerometer specifically calibrated for automotive applications, detecting sudden movements or impacts experienced by the vehicle in relation to Earth's gravity.

Where is the G-sensor located in a dash cam?

The G-sensor in a dash cam is typically located within the main circuit board of the camera, positioned near the lens and image sensor. This placement ensures accurate detection of changes in acceleration and impacts during driving. While specific placement may vary, the integration of the G-sensor into the circuit board enables it to effectively capture and record critical events on the road.

Should I turn on motion detection on a dash cam?

Whether to turn on motion detection on a dash cam depends on your preferences. Motion detection can enhance security by capturing activity around your parked vehicle, but it may consume more power, require sufficient storage capacity, and can sometimes be triggered by non-threatening events. Consider these factors and consult your dash cam's manual before deciding whether to enable motion detection.