Uniden’s new range of Dash Cams are the latest in “Smart In-car Technology”. A reliable Dash Cam that can record all events on the road in case of an accident and protect your version of events. The improved video quality makes it easier for road users to report on-road incidents to police and insurance companies.
The Uniden iGO CAM 80 offers high-quality footage with up to 4K Video resolution (2160P) and a 2.4″ LCD Colour Screen in outstanding clarity.
With an Ultra Wide View of 150 Degrees for the camera ensuring that all events are recorded. The Uniden iGO CAM is ideal for Car, Courier, Taxi & Uber Drivers, Tradies, 4WD and Offroad Drivers, Truck and Commercial Drivers. In addition to the safety benefits, the enhanced video footage lets recreational road users capture scenic drives and off-road adventures in crisp detail.
What makes this Dash Cam so special is the WiFI Function, allowing you to directly transfer footage, preview and even record via your smartphone or tablet using the free Uniden app for the dash cam. This Is a handy feature as you don’t have to take the micro sd card in and out to retrieve footage and it can be done while in the car after each event or journey.
The feature-packed Dash Cam is designed for a variety of road users and with a large speedometer display for accurate speed. The Speed & Red Light Camera Warnings are built into the Dash Cam alerting you while driving of upcoming fixed speed cameras and red light cameras to remind drivers to slow down.
Another handy feature of iGO CAM 80 is the WDR function which balances the light on days of high contrast, or at night when lights are bright, giving you sharper footage and great clarity. The footage lock protection feature means the footage is safe and won’t easily be deleted. The HDMI output gives you the option to view the footage on a TV or a monitor.
What also makes the IGO CAM 80 a great in-car companion is the Parking Mode feature. This is ideal in Shopping Centres and Parking Lots allowing you to record when your car is parked and the engine is switched off, the inbuilt sensor detects sudden vibration which will wake the hibernated Dash Cam and switch it on to start recording for a limited time.
With a sleek and a compact design the IGO CAM 80 is an excellent choice for Smart Dash Cams. With a brand with over 50 years of engineering excellence, the Uniden Dash Cam range is the obvious choice.
*When the car and the unit has been powered off, this mode turns on the unit, if it detects vibration. Note that the unit must have sufficient battery power remaining in order to record and the G Sensor must also be turned on.
- Video Resolution 2160P Up to 4K
- Direct Footage Transfer to Smartphone / Wifi Enabled
- 2 Channels Recording Capability
- 2.4″ LCD Colour Screen
- 3 Axis G-Sensor
- Parking Mode*
- Ultra Wide View 150°
- GPS Geotagging
- Large Speedo Display
- Speed / Red Light Camera Warnings
- HDMI Output
- Wide Dynamic Range Images (WDR)
- Footage Lock Protection
- Smartphone App
- 1 x iGO CAM 80
- 2 x Sticker Mounts
- 1 x USB Car Charger
- 1 x USB Charging Cable
- 1 x Operating Manual
- Your SD card should be formatted and cleared of all videos and files. This is done by formatting the SD card. It is always recommended to format your SD card in the iGO Cam via the menu.
- Download the firmware file and unzip it on your desktop. Do not change the bin file name in the folder otherwise your iGo Cam will not recognize it.
- With your SD card inserted in your computer and drag only the .bin file into the SD card. Once the .bin file is on the SD card, safely eject your SD card from the computer and insert it into the Dash Cam. Ensure the Dash Cam is off prior to inserting the SD card.
- Power up the Dash Cam. Firmware updates will automatically install once the camera is powered up. You will know because there will be a blank screen for about up to 30 seconds. The camera should re-boot once the firmware has been installed.
- Once the firmware is installed, format the SD card in the iGo Cam to remove the .bin file. If this step is not performed, every time your Dash Cam is powered up, it will want to re-install the firmware and keep rebooting.
How is the dashcam powered?
Our dashcam is charged by the DC power adapter. All dashcams are powered through the vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket.
Where will the recordings or photos be saved?
The data will be saved onto an SD card (not included).
Does the dashcam come with a SD Card?
The memory card does not come with the device. It has to be purchased separately.
Does the GPS system also navigate when driving?
The GPS is for geo-tagging purposes only, so it is not for GPS Navigation system.
Does the dashcam have a built-in battery?
Yes. The dashcam is equipped with a built-in battery.
Is the dashcam able to record when the vehicle is parked?
The dashcam has parking mode feature and you will need to turn this feature on. It will start recording once the G-Sensor detected motion. Please check the owner’s manual for more details.
Is it safe to hardwire the dashcam in my vehicle?
It is safe to hardwire the device to your car battery but we recommend getting a vehicle electrician to install for you.
Can I turn off the audio recording function?
Yes. Please go to the setting menu and turn the audio recording option off. Please refer to owner’s manual for more information.
Do I need to manually turn on the dashcam each time I start the vehicle?
No, the dashcam will automatically turn on and start recording when the cigarette adaptor plug receives power.
How do I play the recorded video files?
We recommend using VLC media player to play the video files. If you wish to play the geo-tagged data, you will need to download the relevant GPS player from Uniden product page. The geo-tagged data will display on the GPS player.
Where is the geo-tagging information saved?
The geo-tagging information is saved in the SD card and usually, these files are hidden. You will need to enable ‘view hidden file’ in PC.
Can I connect an external hard drive to the dashcam?
No. All the dashcams are designed to save video recordings onto an SD card only.
What will happen when the SD card is full?
The recorded files are automatically saved to the SD card. When the SD card becomes full, the camera’s loop recording function will automatically loop/recycle the oldest video recording and creates a new one from available space. If you want to ensure that a particular file does not erase, please refer the owner’s manual for more information.