uk This is the Road Hawk DC-2 forward-facing dash-cam which replaced the best-selling DC-1.
Offering up to 1080p resolution (scalable to 720p or 480p for longer record times), low-light sensor, GPS receiver, G-force sensor, SDXC memory compatibility and image stabilisation, this camera is a huge increase in performance over the DC-1 dash-cam whilst offering many of the facilities of the impressive Road Hawk HD.
The camera works on a loop recording system, overwriting the oldest files as it records.
If it detects an impact, the camera creates an ‘event’ file.
Events can also be manually activated, either using the ‘E’ button on the rear of the camera or by using the optional remote event trigger.
The Road Hawk DC-2 uses an internal GPS sensor to record exactly where a vehicle has been travelling.
Most customers tell us they can install the Road Hawk dash-cam themselves out of the box in under 15 minutes.
The Road Hawk DC-2 dash-cam can also be easily wired directly to your car or vehicle using an optional hard wiring kit.Many customers want to restrict access to the camera's SD card.With the locking box in place, it is not possible to remove the SD card or the power cable without a key, making the camera virtually tamper proof. The locking solution is designed to be as unobtrusive as possible and only takes up a few centimetres more room when fitted.Event files are not overwritten unless they exceed 40% of the capacity of the memory card, at which point the oldest file will be overwritten first.Options include: GPS antenna, remote event trigger, alarm output trigger (to fit many tracking systems), locking box and suction mount.The tracking device will send this as an alert to the tracking software where the fleet manager can be made aware if the camera is triggered in the event of an accident.