▶ VD-9600WHG/B


▶ VD-9500H


▶ VD-1600HD


▶ VD-9000FHD


▶ VD-8000HDS


▶ VD-7000W


▶ VD-5000W


▶ VD-3000


▶ VD-1500MG/MB


▶ VD-1500G/B


  • Turn off the engine and remove the key from ignition.
  • Check whether the SD card is inserted to the unit.
  • Turn on the engine
  • When the engine is turned on, the system starts with the program installed in the SD card and voice notification will be announced.
  • Then the REC and GPS lamps will turn on.
  • The REC lamp will turn blue while blinking.
  • The GPS lamp will turn red if no signal and blue if receiving signal.
  • The GPS connection may take a couple of seconds to several minutes, depending on where the vehicle is.
Normal Recording and Event Recording
  • While the power is on, the normal recording is on as well. The REC lamp will be blinking blue.
  • In normal recording mode, recordings are five minutes in duration and are stored in the (NORMAL) folder. If the memory is full while in normal or event recording mode, the program will erase starting from the oldest recorded data then record a new file. The management is based on First-In First-Out (FIFO)
  • In the case of an impact, the sensors will trigger the event mode. Users are notified by an alarm. The REC lamp will be red and the recorded data will be saved in the EVENT folder.
  • When an impact is registered, the program records 10 seconds prior to the impact and 15~60 seconds after the impact (adjustable in the configuration) as an EVENT file
  • Memory size allocation between EVENT folder and the NORMAL folder can be adjusted in the configuration settings.
Manual EVENT Recording
  • When the [SHOT] button is pressed, it works the same as impacted.
  • Even though impacts cause the system to automatically record event files, the [SHOT] button can also be used to record scenes of other accidents or to record great scenery you may want to save while driving.
  • Viewing recording videos on LCD
    1. Main camera image shows when system starts.
    2. LCD turns off at the 2nd click on the “V” button.
    3. Another click on the “V” button starts the sequence from 1~2 again.

    Another click on the “V” button starts the sequence from 1~2 again.

  • Playback of the recorded videos on LCD
    • [PLAY] button starts the latest videos files.
    • [VIEW] button changes the videos according to time sequences.
    • Date and time data are displayed on the bottom of LCD.
    • You can enlarge the video on LCD while the video is being played by clicking. The [PLAY] button. It can enlarge x2, x4 times and return to original size.
    • Pressing [PLAY] button for more than 3 seconds will make the system return to recording mode followed by an announcement of current audio recording status.
    You can enlarge the video on LCD whilst the video is being played by clicking the [PLAY] button. It can enlarge x2 and x4 times and return to original size.
Parking Surveillance Mode
  • To enter into the “Parking Mode” recording, push and hold the [PLAY] button for more than 3 seconds when the system is recording. Then, a voice notification will be announced that the parking mode has been initiated.
  • The system automatically rearranges its impact sensing sensitivity to most sensitive in order to register the slightest impacts.
  • While no impacts, the system records 4 frames/second to save the SD space and return to normal full frame recording mode making an EVENT file when it receives a certain impact to car. After making an EVENT file, it returns to 4 frame recording mode again.
  • No audio is recorded while parking mode is on.
  • In parking mode, the system repeats “Parking mode is on” every 2 minutes.
  • To return to normal (driving) recording mode, press and hold the [PLAY] button for more than 3 seconds to hear the “Driving mode on” announcement.
  • To use the parking mode, the product has to be connected to the power source directly. In regards to direct wiring to the vehicle’s power source, we recommend using professional help.
  • Extensive and continuous use of the vehicle’s power source may exhaust the performance of the product. The company is not liable for the damages from continuous use of the product more than 24 hours. We recommend the full power to be off after use of 2~3 days to maintain the product for longer use.
Voice Recording
  • When the [SHOT] button is pressed and held for more than 3 seconds, the voice notification will announce that the voice recording will initiate. Do the same to stop voice recording.
  • The initial audio recording setting can be changed in the analysis program.
SD Card Use
  • The Product will only work with the SD card issued by the manufacturer. The SD cards contain programs necessary to operate the product. Also, the provided authentic VisionDrive® SD card is tested and certified by the manufacturer while other SD cards may not match the performance and specifications.
  • To eject the SD card from the product, the engine has to be turned off and the key should be removed from the ignition. A few seconds after the key has been removed, the product will turn off automatically and the LED lamps will be turned off as well. The built-in back up battery allows the last images to be stored into proper folders before the product is completely turned off. Wait until the LED lamps are turned off, then remove the SD card.
  • When the SD card is removed, it needs to be reinserted before you drive your car again. Without the SD card, the product will not function properly.
  • If a voice notification repeatedly announces to insert a correct SD card, it means the SD card is defected or damaged. Purchase a replacement.
  • Use only SDHC supporting SD card readers to read the SD(HC) card. SD card readers can be purchased at computer accessory stores.
Automatic System Check and Safe Rebooting Function
  • This product is programmed to automatically check and reboot the system if the product is in a non-functional status. By rebooting the system, the product notifies to the user that such action is being taken place.
  • By safeguarding the system in this manner, the stability of the system is reinforced. If the system keeps rebooting repeatedly, the program installed in the SD card may have been damaged or altered. Use the format program in the SD card, “sdfv2003.exe”, to reformat the SD card. You can obtain the entire software package from your local reseller as well.
PC Analysis Program Use
  • Program Start Up
  • Program Start Up After the SD card is connected to the PC, open up the VDAnalyzer.exe file in the SD.

    Opening the VDAnalyzer.exe program, password window will show up.

    Type in the default password “12345678” and you can make your own password in configuration.
  • How to play the files
    • To play a certain file, select a file from the list located on the right-hand side and double click on it.
    • The most recent data will be listed on the top.
    • The (EVENT) folder will be the default folder to show up when you first open the program.
    • The (NORMAL) folder will have normal recording files and you may view them by clicking “open” on the analyzer.
    • The names of the files are shown as below :
    • Item Real Filename (Windows) File list in the analyzer
      GPS Registered number-date-time-type.vd (eg)
      date-time-type.vd (eg)
      No-GPS Registered number-NOGPS-number-type.vd (eg)
      NOGPS-number-type.vd (eg)
      File searching by preview function

      File searching by preview function
  • When a file chosen is selected from the list , the screen shows the first frame of the file for your easier choice of reference. 
  • A double-click on the a selected file in the list plays the video on the screen.
  • Auto-play Function
    • After you double-click a file, the following recordings will automatically and continuously play one after another. However, the (EVENT) and (NORMAL) folders are not continuously connected with each other. Each folder has to be opened separately.
    • Positioning on the map
    • Positioning on the map
      • With the GPS data, the map shows the location of the vehicle while playing the recorded data.
      • The Google map is viewable only whilst your PC is connected to the Internet .
      • Shock Sensor Graph
      • Shock Sensor Graph
        • The graph below shows impacts on the x-y-z axis of the vehicle.
          • X-axis : measures and records impacts from the front and back of the vehicle ( 0G ~ 3G is registered)
          • Y-axis: measures and records impacts from the left and right sides of the vehicle ( 0G ~ 3G is registered)
          • Z-axis: measures and records impacts from the top and lower part of the vehicle ( 0G ~ 3G is registered)
        • The bottom and left displays a progress bar showing the time line of the video.
        • Red line is for before impact and blue for after impact
        • When the play button is pressed, it will replay the video file listed on the screen. After selecting a file from the list, double click the file from the list to play the file.
        • When you press the pause button, the viewing video will be paused.
        • When the previous frame or the latter frame button is pressed, it will move backward or forward between frames within the file.

        • Brightness bar can give you better video analysis by changing the video brightness while playing on PC
        • While the file is being played, the speed meter will show the vehicle’s speed that was collected by the GPS .
        • AVI conversion
          • The data files in the SD card are product files and will only work within the Viewer Analyzer program. 

          • To view the data on a regular PC without having the Viewer Analyzer program within the SD card, the recorded file has to be converted to an AVI file. 

          • Pause the file where you want the conversion to take place on the previewing file display.

          • Press the AVI conversion button on the bottom right side, and then a window will pop up to have the file renamed. 

          • When making an AVI conversion, you can select your options of Audio/GPS/Date & Time/Car Info to be included to the .avi file.

          • You may put any name you would like. There is no need to put .avi on the end. 

          • Press the play button again, and then the data being previewed will be converted from the point you specified. 

          • When you press the pause button while the conversion is in progress, the conversion stops from that point. 

          • If the necessary codec is not available to convert the data into an AVI format file, it may not work on your PC or a notification will pop up saying you may need to download a specific codec to proceed. In such cases, use the supplied Xvid-1.2.1-0412008.exe (on the SD card) to install the needed codec, then restart the Viewer /Analyzer to proceed again. If the codec is already installed on the PC, there may be some difficulties if the codec is installed twice. So unless there is a notification for installing a codec, do not install.
      • Configuration
      • Video Setting
        • The video resolution and quality settings can be modified.
        • If the resolution is high, the file size also becomes larger and will take more memory on the SD card.
        Shock Sensor Setting
        • The sensor can be configured. If the number is larger on the sensor, the sensor becomes less sensitive.
        Record Setting
        • You can set the recording time after an impact. (10 seconds prior to the impact are recorded and stored.)
        • Impact files are stored in EVENT Folder and the size of the EVENT Folder can be set here. The remaining % of the SD card space is for the NORMAL Folder.
        • Audio recording is selectable here but regardless of this setting, you can immediately change the audio recording status by pushing the SHOT button on the main unit.
        • Impact sound volume can be modified.
        • Each of Sound Option can make Event (Alarm) / Start up (Greeting) / Parking Mode (Notice) sounds on/off.
        • The voice recording and the impact alert setting can be configured.
        Vehicle information
        • You can type in your car information, which will be shown in the video during playback.
        Speed Alarm
        • When set to a defined number, the system will alert your over speeding when this speed is exceeded.
        Low Battery Detection
        • You and can select whether to use car battery drain monitoring function and also specifcy what the supply voltage is.
        You can select your location and time zone and the GPS will register your local time with your video.
        • You can select your location and time zone and the GPS will register your local time with your video.
        You can select your local speed type as Km/h or mile/h in the tap.
        • You can select your local speed type as Km/h or mile/h in the tap.
        • You can select your vehicle type as Car, Truck or Bus in the tap.
        Password (Case sensitive)
        • Your own password can be modified.