DashCam Camera Manual

Teltonika DashCam > DashCam Camera Manual

Package contents


There are several components included in the DashCam package box. These components are necessary to set up the camera and make it functional part of the vehicle.

1. Teltonika DashCam - the main camera unit used to record video/pictures. This unit has cable attached to it for connection purposes e.g. powering up and data transmission. 2. Sticky Tape 3M - option no. 1, a double sided sticky tape that can be used to stick the camera unit to the windscreen, this will allow it to be taken off later on without traces. 3. Screws - option no. 2, screws which can be used to screw the camera unit into the designated place just above the windscreen (should not be used on windows).



Important Set-up links

1. First Start - in this section it is described how to set up the camera before first use. It is essential to know the process as without certain set-up processes the camera will not start or certain functions will not be accessible.

2. DashCam Configuration - this section describes the navigational way inside of the configurator which will be the main tool to set up the camera with the tracking device and make it functional.

3. DashCam Communication Protocol - is used when setting up file upload to servers for quick downloading of data. It is essential part and functionality of the FMX tracking devices family which allows the users to upload data and files from the device effortlessly.

4. DashCam SMS commands - in this section there are SMS sending commands which will help the user by providing easier access to command the device, or request information from it.

5. DashCam Firmware errata - every once in a while an update comes out which improves the functionalities of the DashCam systems and even introduces new ones. It is important to keep track of what is released in order to receive the most out of your DashCam solution.

6. DashCam FAQ - sometimes there will be rising questions to which the answers can not always be found. So a FAQ page has been released in order to collect non-standard information and potentially solve issues that the client might be facing.

Product Specification

Technical data Description
Supported by FMC125, FMB125, FMB225, FMC225
Day Day (Color)
Angle of View Horizontal 120°, Vertical 70°
DashCam Front (equal characteristics)
Camera casing dimensions 126.2 x 36.6 x 36.6 mm
Camera mounting Sticky tape (3M) or screws
Supported microSD card sizes 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
Microphone Voice recording (Not installed in standard modification. Can be added on demand)


Electrical parameters Description
Input voltage range 9 ~ 36 V
Working temperature and humidity Temperature: -30 °C ~ 85 °C

Humidity: <90%

Power consumption 80 mA


Function parameters Description
Real time clock (RTC) synchronization Available over FM (via NTP, NITZ or GNSS)
Picture resolution 1280 x 720 (default) , Configurable: 160 x 120; 320 x 240; 640 x 480; 1920 x 1080
Cable length RS232 (3.5 m)
Video compression H.265
Video resolution 720P
Video storage 1psc. MicroSD card (Max 128GB up to 72 hours of video)

DashCam data transfer timing

Image resolution Image compression (%)* Video duration (s) Size of image Size of video

FMC125 4G / FMB125 2G

Time interval (s) from trigger to files received on server

FMC125 4G / FMB125 2G

Photo examples
Image
640x480 0 - 136KB - 21s / 48s
640x480 50 - 23KB - 5s / 24s
640x480 100 - 7KB - 3s / 16s
1280x720 0 - 350KB - 53s / 90s
1280x720 50 - 53KB - 10s / 33s
1280x720 100 - 17KB - 5s/ 17s
1920x1080 0 - 764KB - 121s / 179s
1920x1080 50 - 100KB - 17s / 39s
1920x1080 100 - 37KB - 7s / 28s
Video
1280x720 - 5 front - Front mp4 - 570KB, h265-495KB 76s / 102s
1280x720 - 10 front - Front mp4 - 1140KB, h265-990KB 151s / 204s -
1280x720 - 15 front - Front mp4 - 1710KB, h265-1485KB 227s / 307s -
1280x720 - 30 front - Front mp4 - 3420KB, h265-2970KB 453s / 613s -

* NOTE: This approximate time which we receive during testing in real cases can be different.

* NOTE Image compression is a type of data compression applied to digital images, to reduce their cost for storage or transmission. Algorithms may take advantage of visual perception and the statistical properties of image data to provide superior results compared with generic data compression methods which are used for other digital data.