DR490L-2CH 16GB Version
Feature-packed Dual Full HD LCD Dashcam
The BlackVue DR490L-2CH packs a lot of features in a small form factor. The DR490L-2CH is a dual Full HD (front + rear) touchscreen LCD dashcam. With its Sony Starvis CMOS sensor, the DR490L-2CH offers high-quality video recording day and night, advanced safety features and convenient operation with its 3.5-inch touch screen LCD. It also supports Parking Mode natively.
BLACKVUE VIEWER (WINDOWS/MAC)
The BlackVue Viewer is free to download and use. It lets you easily change your BlackVue configuration settings. Displays videos chronologically and by type (Normal/Event/Parking) to quickly identify and archive important footage.
ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ADAS)
The DR490L-2CH incorporates Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS). When active, your dashcam will detect and emit a sound alert when the vehicle is close to or crossing a line on the road. You can calibrate LDWS and set it to activate only above a certain speed (60, 80 or 100 Km/h).
EXTERNAL GPS (OPTIONAL)
The external GPS receiver (approx. 1 meter / 39 inches) adds geolocation and speed data to your videos
NATIVE PARKING MODE SUPPORT
With its integrated voltage cut-off function and included professional installation cable, DR490L-2CH supports Parking Mode out of the box without requiring additional hardwiring accessories.
With the professional installation cable, the DR490L-2CH can be connected to a vehicle’s battery via the fuse box. It can then detect when the vehicle’s ignition is turned off and immediately activate Parking Mode recording.
In Parking Mode, your BlackVue monitors your parked vehicle, but only writes to the memory card when something happens (motion or impact detected), which has two benefits:
- Less chance for important files to be overwritten during long Parking Mode sessions.
- Extended memory card lifespan in the long run.
The dashcam detects movements via the camera sensor and impacts via the gravity sensor. You can choose to record videos in either both scenarios or only when impacts are detected.