Quick Installation Guide

Quick Test

1. Connect camera 1 and camera 2 to the DVR.

2. Connect the dedicated USB power cable to the power supply or a USB charger.

3. After the machine is turned on,load the TF memory card and format the

memory card in the setting list.

If all goes well, you can start to install it on your motorcycle.


# Test the power module before installation

The red cable corresponds to the positive electrode (+) and should be connected

to the ON positive of ignition switch under the motorcycle cover (usually the

front cover).

The black cable corresponds to the negative electrode (-) and should be

connected to the negative electrode of ignition switch.

* As for a motorcycle powered by carburetor engine, connect the negative

electrode (-) to the earthing conductor.

Installation Guide

1. Find proper positions for installing the front and rear cameras. Wired controller.

GPS tracker and recorder (usually installed under the seat).

2. Plan the route of camera cables before installation.

Wired controller cable. GPS tracker cable and power cable.

3. Use 3M adhesive tape and screws to properly fix the components.

4. Power module: Do not directly connect to the motorcycle battery.

Connect the recorder to the ignition switch controller cable.

# This guide is for reference only. The actual installation may vary with motorcycles.

Consult a professional motorcycle repair shop if you have any problems

with DVR installation.

# Keep the recorder and camera cables far away from high-voltage circuits

such as HID and spark plug.

# As for a motorcycle powered by carburetor engine, replace with a proper type-R

spark plug in case of any potential interference.

Carry out the below maintenance checks to can keep the motorcycle cameras in an optimum condition

# Micro SD card & format. 90% recording fault relates to Micro SD card. You spent good money to have the motorcycle camera, no reason to purchase a cheap & unqualified Micro SD card. And regularly formatting the SD memory card will alert you to any problems with the card or camera.

# The connection between cables and DVR is tightly, be sure DVR and Cameras kept fixed on bike firmly.

# DVR is dry enough and protected from dust, dirty.

These checks is simple and easy to do, it allows you to spot any warning signs before they become a recording fault, enjoy ride and have fun.