- May 14, 2013
- Reaction score
- Oakland Park, Florida (USA)
- United States
- Dash Cam
- StreetGuardian.CAM Amazon.com
I confirmed:So with a 10,000mah battery pack, it'll be enough for around 20 hours.
I'll ask and research if there is any possibility.I believe it comes with a built in battery. Any chance of a capacitor version ?
I was under the impression that the cable is a standard USB cable. Is it not (can't watch the videos)?I think the mount is not such an issue but the cable is very heavy duty and would be hard to route in a lot of installations (for car use I mean)
lots of bracket options are needed for bike use though
I am currently using a 3000mAh (I think) generic power bank connected to a Mini0801 with the GPS base on. We rode about 5 hours and the power pack still had over half a charge. I just zip tie the whole deal to my handlebar. It's not optimal but it can easily read license plates. Wind is a problem but I don't really care about the sound quality while in motion. I am going to try a bulletHD. In the past, I have mounted the camera to my helmet and ran the usb cable to the power pack in my back jersey pocket. Here is the current setup with the camera mounted to the pack. I hang it just under the handlebar right in the middle :that's exactly what I want to do, what power bank are you running?
hopefully energy usage will be on the lower end of the spectrum.
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