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Genuine BlackSys Accessory
BlackSys CH-200 Hardwire Cable
Provides Constant Power to Dash Cam
Allows Parking Mode Recording
Direct Hardwire into Fusebox
Prevents Vehicle Battery From Fully Draining
Voltage & Timer Cut-Off Settings Configurable via BlackSys App
4 Voltage Cut-Off Points – 11.8/12/12.2/12.4V
5 Timer Cut-Off Points – 3/6/12/24/48 HR
Dedicated BlackSys Hardwire Cable for the BlackSys CH-200 Dash Cam range
Allows the advanced Parking Mode features of the BlackSys CH-200 Dash Cams to operate by providing constant power to the Dash Cam when the engine is off
2 x Parking Mode Recording Options – Motion & Impact Detection or Time-Lapse recording to monitor your vehicle while parked
Voltage protection settings and Timer cut off settings configurable via the BlackSys App
Voltage protection prevents your car battery from draining
Direct wire installation into the fusebox
Yellow wire = ACC/”Switched” Circuit
Red wire = Battery/”Constant or Always On” Circuit
Black wire = Ground
3 metre cable length
Note 1: The BlackSys CH-200 Dash Cam will operate without this hardwire kit via the supplied power cord plugged into your cigarette lighter socket. You just won’t be able to use the Parking Mode feature this way as it will shut down when the engine is off. Do not chop the standard BlackSys power cord (included in the box) and feed the wires directly into the fusebox. You will void the warranty and damage your Dash Cam. Always hardwire via this BlackSys hardwire cable.
Note 2: It is highly recommended that any hardwire kit be installed by a certified/qualified Auto Electrician with Dash Cam installation experience. The hardwires need to piggy back off particular circuits in the fusebox. You do not want to tamper with essential safety circuits like airbags or other safety system circuits. Cutting the black cord to the camera body will void any warranty.
Note 3: Hardwiring any item to your fusebox could void a new car warranty. Always check with your car manufacturer/dealer before installing a hardwire kit. Always check with your car manufacturer/dealer if a hardwire kit is compatible with your vehicle electrical system before installing. If hardwiring is an issue, a non-hardwire option is the Cellink-B battery pack.