LK350

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Hi

Anyone here is familiar with the above mentioned product?

I already have it installed but am unsure of how to set timer as well as voltage.

The manual that is on the lukas website is totally not understandable.

Please help!!!

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Just for the record the Lukas LK-350 is is an outdated model. You won't find it on the Lukas website at March 29, 2015.
Buy the LK-290 instead, which is the current BDP product offered by Lukas, and is considered the best BDP by DashCamTalk (see See: https://dashcamtalk.com/battery-discharge-prevention/)

Be careful on Amazon - a search for the LK-290 will call up an old LK-350 model instead (as I carelessly found out the hard way).
Instead order the LK-290 on eBay, but be careful there too to get the correct product number.
 

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Just for the record the Lukas LK-350 is an outdated model. You won't find it on the Lukas website at March 29, 2015.
Buy the LK-290 instead, which is the current BDP product offered by Lukas, and is considered the best BDP by DashCamTalk (see See: https://dashcamtalk.com/battery-discharge-prevention/)

Be careful on Amazon - a search for the LK-290 will call up an old LK-350 model instead (as I carelessly found out the hard way).
Instead order the LK-290 on eBay, but be careful there too to get the correct product number.

And be sure to order the right type of LK-290:
1. Type A installs a single cigarette lighter type jack.
2. Type B installs a single DC 3.5 mm. plug to directly power the certain compatible black boxes/dashcams.
3. Type C installs two cigarette lighter type jacks.
All types wire up the same with the same switches.
 

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That's backwards...the LK-350 is the most recent device, the 290 was the previous model. Check Lukashd.com and you will see it listed. Either way...considering the op asked the question in Jan 2014... He's probably figured things out by now...
 
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