Viofo 2-pin Hardwire Cable
The Viofo 2-pin Hardwire Cable makes it easy to hardwire your Viofo dash cam to the electrical system of your vehicle. Despite requiring a little more advanced installation, hardwiring is a neat way to fit a dash cam because it frees up your cigarette lighter power outlet for another device such as your cell phone or USB charger.
Another built-in piece of functionality of the Viofo 2-pin Hardwire Cable is Low-Voltage protection, automatically cutting off the power to the dash cam at 11.8V for 12V systems and at 23.6V for 24V systems thus allowing the dash cam to record while parked without discharging your battery below that threshold. That said, our advise for parking recording would be to use the Viofo 3-pin Hardwire Cable as it provides more flexibility in terms of cut-off voltage value and also the ACC Parking Recording Switch functionality. This, 2-pin cable, would be a great inexpensive solution for someone wanting to hardwire their Viofo dash cam only for driving (without parking recording).
This hardwiring cable accepts input voltages of 12-24V therefore compatible with both cars and trucks.
- Output Connector: MiniUSB
- Input Voltage: 12V-24V
- Output Voltage: 5V
- Output Current: 1.5A
- Working Temperature: from -20 to 70°C
- Cable Length: 2.9 metres
- Low Voltage Protection Threshold: 11.8V for 12V systems
- Low Voltage Protection Threshold: 23.6V for 24V systems
CompatibilityThis hardwire cable is fully compatible with the following Viofo dash cameras:
- Viofo A129 PRO Duo
- Viofo A129 PRO Single
- Viofo A129 Duo
- Viofo A129 Single
- Viofo A119 V3
- Viofo WR1
- Zenfox T3 2CH/3CH
- Viofo A119 V2 (discontinued)
- Viofo A119S V2 (discontinued)
- Discontinued Viofo models: G1W/A118/A118C
While we cannot guarantee 100% compatibility with other dash cam brands, most units with the MiniUSB input can be powered using this cable.
Installation Using Fuse Tap Adapters
Despite this hardwire cable is relatively easy to wire up, it is recommended to be installed by a car electrician or a qualified installer. If you reside in Auckland, please consider our Auckland-based mobile dash cam installation service to get your dash cam neatly fitted and hardwired for you.
If you're willing and qualified to install the accessory yourself, the easiest way to pull this off is by plugging directly into your car's fuse box using Add-A-Circuit Fuse Tap Adapter. You can also add this adapter using the drop-down menu on top of this listing.
Installation Video Guides
The videos in this YouTube playlist may give you some information about the Viofo Hardwire Cable installation.
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