Thinkware OBD II POWER CABLE
Professional Thinkware OBD II POWER CABLE installation without Hardwiring. The Thinkware OBD II power cable has been designed to simplify installation and ensure seamless integration. Enabling the built-in parking Surveillance mode in your Thinkware Dash Cam.
As no physical Hardwiring is necessary. This method should allow for a simple installation plugging directly into your OBD diagnostic port. This still allows for the OBD port to be used.
Activates parking Mode. The OBD cable allows the activation of the Thinkware dashcam parking Mode. The unit will start after 2.5 minutes to allow for vehicles with stop/start technology.
NOTE 1: Unlikely to be compatible with electric vehicles. Should you wish to unlock Parking Mode functionality, install the dashcam using a THINKWARE Hardwiring Cable (sold separately).
NOTE 2: Not compatible with THINKWARE F550 Dash Cam
Enable Parking Surveillance mode without hassle.
Designed for easy installation.
Built-in Parking Surveillance Modes
- Motion Detection
- Impact Detection
- Time-Lapse Mode*
- Energy Saving Mode*
NOTE1: Not compatible with electric or hybrid vehicles. Should you wish to unlock Parking Mode functionality, install the dashcam using a THINKWARE Hardwiring Cable (sold separately).
NOTE2: Not compatible with THINKWARE F550 Dash Cam
*Available on Select Dash Cams
Additional Thinkware OBD II POWER CABLE Information
|COMPATIBLE WITH||F100, F200, F70, F750, F770, F800 Pro, Q800 Pro, U1000, X330, X350, X550, X700|
The introduction of the OBD cable is great news for customers who are looking for a simpler alternative to the traditional hardwire method. Instead of attaching 3 wires to the vehicle’s fusebox. Your OBD cable only needs to connect to the vehicle’s OBD port. Once this is done, your dashcam will be able to receive a parking-mode recording. (dependent on the dashcam in use) Just as if you were to hardwire to the fusebox. Not only is OBD found in all vehicles manufactured from the late ‘90s. OBD is also a universal plug-and-play fit and is physically located more conveniently than the vehicle’s fusebox.