It has been a common industry issue that most mobile DVR units from different manufacturers can not ensure event video clips will be stored pre/post events such as collision, crash, heavy impact. It is a common sense that vehicle battery’s voltage is not stable and fixed.
Faulty vehicle voltage systems can be difficult and expensive to troubleshoot, thus some mobile DVR units can not record or even reboot due to the low voltage input of vehicle battery. Onboard telematics devices might be damaged from the sudden, high voltage as the vehicle battery voltage gets its spikes and sags.
According to experienced mobile DVR system, telematics solution specialists. Uninterruptible Power Supply for commercial fleet can provide consistent, clear, stable power to avoid rebooting, crash of onboard camera telematics devices
In some application scenarios, fleet owners need to download their daily video footages through WIFI at the parking yard. Once a daily trip ends, it is hard to make sure how much capacity of vehicle battery remains. If the downloading of MDVR is powered by vehicle battery directly, so they are facing the potential risk of using out capacity of vehicle battery after ignition off, and leaving you a dead battery. If vehicle should be ignition on to complete download through consuming gas&diesel, then think about the cost
Against the backdrop of preventing event video losing, and extending the standby time for up to 8 hours. Vuewo designed and released the 80Wh UPS.