STARVIS dual cam
Detachable GPS Rider dash cam Installation Guide
Things you need to know before installation:
- The following installation guide is for reference only due to different brands, model types and personal usage habits; thorough discussion with vehicle mechanics is recommended before performing installation.
- Before official installation, please connect the circuits of all components (including front and rear cams, Main device, GPS multifunction control box and 12V power cable); first connect the 12V power cable to the battery or fuse and confirm that the functions of each component can be successfully turned on, and then hide the cables and perform installation.
- The input of the M760D power cable is 12V/2A; please confirm whether the vehicle’s circuit voltage and current can bear the load in order to prevent the fuse of the motorcycle to burn due to overload. Some vehicle models have reserved backup power; please use a multimeter to confirm whether the backup power connector can be used before installation.
- After the power of the motorcycle is turned on, it takes approximately 10-12 seconds for power to be supplied to the dash cam and turned on; at this time, blue light will flash on the GPS multifunction control box.* If red light flashes it means something is abnormal, and the cable segments must be checked to see if they are properly and tightly connected.
- Before officially installing the dash cam, confirm that the BMW connector of each cable segment is properly tightened and wrapped with thermal casing or waterproof tape in order to reduce the scratching of internal objects or generating strange noises due to vibrations from the motorcycle.
- To install it on the Gogoro electric scooter, please discuss with Gogoro’s genuine mechanic to confirm whether the charging port can supply 12V/2A power before installation.
Suggested installation location for each accessory
1 Main device 1 Reference installation location
Avoid installing the Main device at locations with higher temperatures such as next to the engine or at the bottom of the storage compartment, or being covered by raincoat; it is also recommended to fix it on the side using the buckle.
If the Main device is exposed (rail will fall on it), be sure to tighten the anti-dismantle screws of the memory card.
Avoid hiding the front (the side with the logo) of the Main device under metal objects in order to prevent poor WiFi reception.
To install the Main device at the front storage compartment, the front and rear cams can be switched around for installation.
The Main device can be installed on the side of the storage compartment under the seat, but avoid covering it with raincoats and resulting to poor radiation.
Avoid attaching it at locations near the bottom where heat source is emitted (the bottom of the storage compartment is usually where the engine and battery are installed)
Straddle dual-purpose motorcycle
The Main device can be installed in the toolbox space.
1 GPS multifunction control box 1 Reference installation location
Installing the GPS multifunction control box on the handle is recommended; it can be installed on the left or right handle based on user habits, only that the side with the buttons must face up in order to avoid affecting GPS reception.
1 Front and rear cam 1 Reference installation location
When confirming to positions of the front and rear cam, please use the“Live View”function of the mobile MiVue Pro App, and press the“田”icon to call out the calibration lines to confirm the positions (the frame can be adjusted upwards and downwards, and the cam can rotate 360 degrees), and then remove the 3M tape to attach the cam to the vehicle body.
* In order to prevent the adhesion from being weakened and causing the cam to fall off, do not attach and remove the 3M tape repeatedly.
Avoid installing the cams at locations that vibrate easily; this way the videos will not shake as much (screen fluctuation or bent telephone poles), and the video quality will be clearer.
Cams must be used by connecting with signal extension cables; do not bend the signal cable when storing the excess cables.
Motorcycles have bilateral symmetry designs; cams should be installed at metal or central backbone locations with hard structures as much as possible in order to reduce vibrations and prevent the video quality from being affected due to shaking while riding.
Press the outer casing of the motorcycle with your hands before installing and avoid installing on soft and flexible structures in order to reduce vibrations.
Oil pressure (front fork) stroke length should be considered before installing in order to prevent the extending and contracting of shock absorbers from extruding the cam due to emergency braking or big road pits.
The cam base should be tightened as much as possible, and attach smoothly with the installation frames or motorcycle casing.