Your fleet faces risks on the road every day. Manage the risk in your mobile fleet with Dash Camera systems. Besides basic GPS functionality, in-vehicle cameras let the owner see what’s going on in the car at any time. You can use our fleet tracking app to see if a vehicle is driving and get a 20-second video.
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Deters criminals from vandalism and/or robbery of company vehicles
Protects your fleet against fraudulent accident claims
Provides eligibility for insurance discounts
Compliments our NetTrack Tracking Solution
Real-Time Video transfer with GPS Location tagging.
ADAS Safety Alerts with instant audible notifications
Forward Vehicle Start
Instant notification of adverse events
HD Video with LTE performance
Up To 128 GB/ 166 Hours of Local Storage
Triggered event reporting
Simple Dashcam Specs
The Essential Dash-Hawk OBD is a road-facing high-definition dashcam combining video and telematics. It features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities and antennas for LTE main, LTE DRX and GNSS.
Other primary specifications for this dashcam include:
Weight: 7.5 ounces (212 grams)
Operating Temperatures: -20 to 65 degrees Celsius
Angle of view: FOV(D) 128 degrees
Image Sensor: ½.9 inch CMOS image sensor with 1080p@30fps
G-Sensor: Digital tri-axial acceleration sensor
OBD Dash Cam Power Consumption: 750 mA, 12V or 9W maximum
Input Connection: OBDII; DC 10V to 32V
Features of Our Easy-to-Use Dashcam for Trucks
The key features of this simple dashcam for trucks include:
Forward-facing camera: Forward-facing cameras are the top priority in dashcam options. The high-definition camera offers a 128-degree view of the road and in-cab audio recording capabilities. Video and audio provide a comprehensive, accurate view for accident reconstruction.
Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS): ADAS are safety features to help prevent accidents. ADAS in dashcams alert drivers to lane departure when driving over the centerline. It also makes forward-collision warnings when the vehicle is approaching an object.
Artificial intelligence (AI): The Dash-Hawk OBD powered dash cam uses AI to reduce false alerts by 10 times.
How to Install a Simple Dashcam for Commercial Vehicles
The Dash-Hawk OBD dash cam for trucks is a plug-and-play solution you can install in as little as 15 minutes. Simple installation with an OBD dash cam adapter means minimal disruption to your fleet operation so you can implement the dashcams faster and get results sooner.
Get your simple OBD dashcam up and running by following these steps:
Find the port: Locate the OBD port for the dash cam on the lower left-hand side of your vehicle.
Prep the dashcam for installation: Loosen the screw on the right side of the unit and remove the side panel.
Configure the dashcam: Hold the dashcam where you want to mount it. The location should be high and close to the center of the windshield. Rotate the camera until it is within 1 to 2 inches of the wiper zone.
Secure the camera: Lock the camera angle by tightening the screw on the right side. Place in the endcap.
Prep the windshield: Use the alcohol wipe to clean the mounting area for the dashcam. Let it dry.
Place the dashcam: Peel the adhesive backing covers off the dashcam. Hold the unit where you want it on the windshield, then press and hold for 30 seconds.
Connect the cables: Attach the cable to the dashcam. Insert the cable into the clips and adhere the cable to the windshield. Connect the cable to the OBDII port.