Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB Port for All Rexing Dash Cam Models: Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB Review
Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB Main Features
Note – The kit comes with a 15A Mini-type fuse, you can connect your own fuse adapter if needed.
- Made to use with ALL Rexing Dash Cam Models
- Input – DC12V-24V. Output: 5V, 1.5A, Mini-USB Port
- Low voltage protection – 11.4V
Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB Port for All Rexing Dash Cam Models
Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB Premium Features
24/7 Intelligent MOTION Monitoring
Premium Parking Mode: Once the sensor has detected MOTIONS. The intelligent hardwire Kit will power up the dashcam automatically and start recording until the motion is cleared.
Low Voltage Protection
Intelligent low voltage protection automatically shuts off the power to your dashcam when the battery voltage drops to 11.6V, thus preventing it from draining the battery.
Compatible 12 – 24V Vehicles
This smart hardwire Kit accepts voltage from any vehicle that runs on 12 – 24V and works perfectly for cars, trucks, buses, SUVs or big rigs for continuous power.
Rexing Intelligent Hardwire Kit Mini-USB is Easy to Install
Find the Correct Fuse Slot
Locate the car fuse box, and for this, please refer to your car’s manual. Open the fuse box, and find the correct fuse slot for your hardwire Kit. If you need to find an ignition switched fuse, put the key in the vehicle, find the fuse which is not lit up while the car is off, and test it by turning the car on to see if it lights up.
If your Kit requires constant power, turn off the car and remove the key to see which fuse slots stay lit on.
Connect the Red Wire
This Mini-USB hardwire Kit comes with a 15A Mini-type fuse. Plug the red wire fuse connector into the switched fuse box in the correct orientation.
Connect the Yellow Wire
Plug the yellow wire fuse connector into the hot fuse box in the correct orientation.
Ground the Hardwiring Kit
Slip the black wire (which is in the shape of a C) under a metal bolt or screw in your vehicle (this is the ground wire). Check that it is not attached to plastic parts. You will typically need a socket wrench to loosen the nut or bolt you choose to ground with. To connect the grounding terminal, loosen the nut or bolt enough to slip it in and tighten it back up afterward.