DR750S-2CH IR: Secure Your Vehicle Inside and Out
The DR750S-2CH IR replaces the DR650S-2CH IR. It is aimed primarily at taxi and ride hailing drivers (Uber, Lyft) but will suit anyone who wants to record both the road ahead and the interior of a vehicle. The DR750S-2CH IR integrates all the improvements of the DR750S-2CH and replaces the rear camera with a driver-facing interior infrared camera. The main differences in terms of infrared camera specs are the wider angle of view and the higher resolution (Full HD 1080p vs HD 720p).
As a Cloud-compatible model with an interior-facing infrared camera, the DR750S-2CH IR is ideal to monitor would-be thieves tempted to break into your vehicle, thanks to Event Live Auto-Upload.
Its IR LEDs activate automatically based on the ambient luminosity and are almost invisible to the eye even when active.
Note that the DR750S-2CH IR comes with a 1.5-meter cable by default (vs 6 meters for the regular DR750S-2CH). Other cable length options are available for purchase separately.
How about using the interior IR camera to monitor the road behind? The DR750S-2CH IR, like its predecessor, is designed to monitor the interior of your vehicle. Installing the rear camera facing the road behind will not benefit you at night, as the IR LEDs will reflect on your rear windshield instead of illuminating the road behind. In this case, the regular rear camera with STARVIS sensor will perform better. Or you could go with the TRUCK model with its external IR rear camera.
DR750S-2CH TRUCK: Protect Your Truck or Heavy Vehicle
The DR750S-2CH TRUCK features the same improvements over its predecessor the DR650S-2CH TRUCK. The rear camera of the DR750S-2CH TRUCK is waterproof, weatherproof, with an all-metal body. It is designed to be installed externally and connects to the front camera via a waterproof coaxial cable. The default length is 15 meters (49 feet) and a 20-meter (65 feet) option is also available.
This means you can install the rear camera to monitor both the road behind as well as the loading and unloading operations. On a box truck, this can come handy to determine liability when accidents happens to cargo during the unloading process.
The TRUCK rear camera is equipped with 6 infrared LEDs so you can record everything that happens behind your truck even in the dark, which, combined with BlackVue’s Parking Mode allows your dashcam to monitor your cargo day in day out.