Exclusive Slide Down Screen
LORA has a discreet slide down screen that can be stored away and avoid distracting the driver.
Clip on Mount
LORA is designed to inconspicuously latch onto the back of your rearview mirror so it stays out of your way.
High Quality Glass Lens
Unlike other dashcams LORA is made with a special high-quality glass lens so that it can withstand extreme temperature changes without damage to the camera lens.
140° Recording Angle
140° recording angle will help guarantee that you capture everything that is in front of the camera with clarity and precision.
LORA records in loops when it powers up in 3-minute clips. When the memory card runs out of storage it will automatically loop and overwrite the old files and continue to record.
LORA will detect when there is movement in front of the camera while your car is parked and begin recording until it does not detect any movement for a set amount of time. Protect your vehicle at all times.
Stop & Go Alert
A beep will alert you when the driver in front of you has moved. This feature will be activated when you have been stopped for at least 10 seconds. Avoid distracted driving.
Lora will remind you when the environmental lighting has changed so that you never forget to put your headlights on again.
Driver Fatigue Alert
A timer can be set to remind the driver to rest after a certain amount of hours on the road. Better safe than sorry.
Built in G-Sensor
LORA comes equipped with a built-in gravity sensor. In the event of a collision it will automatically save the file.
Wide Dynamic Range
The wide range in EV values self-adjust for optimal video recording at differently lit environments.
In case of an accident or event you can write-protect certain files with a push of a button. Safeguard that important file from getting erased.
Lifetime Firmware Updates
LORA is eligible to receive a lifetime of free upgrades as soon as they are issued. Please check our website regularly for any new available upgrades.
|LCD Display||2″ TFT panel, 480 x 272 pixels resolution|
|Lens||140° wide viewing angle|
|GPS Receiver||Input Receiver Available. Must use PAPAGO! GPS Receiver|
|Video Resolution||1080P (HD) 1920×1080
720P 60FPS 1280×720
720P 30FPS 1280×720
|Storage Memory||Class 6 or higher MicroSD or MicroSDHC card (8GB Min-32GB Max) *Please note that some cards may be incompatible- e.g., Sandisk.|
|Power Supply||5V / 1A output|
|Power Consumption||4.75V~5.25V /1A|
|Operating Temperature||14°~149°F/ -10°~65°C|
|Dimension||2.8″ x 2.5″x 1.0″|
|Upgrade Instructions||1. Download the file from the link provided.
2. Using a card reader insert Micro SD Card into your computer and copy and paste the file onto the card.
3. It is important that the file is labeled “FWGS381A.bin” If it is not please relabel the file accordingly.
4. Eject the Micro SD card from the computer.
5. Insert the Micro SD card into the dashcam.
7. Use a power source, ex. a power bank or car’s cigarette lighter, to power on the dashcam.
8. Wait at least 1 minute for the update to complete (the screen will be completely black during this process).
9. The dashcam will automatically restart after the update is complete.
7. Version should be GS381.us Build:20150611(V1.16)
8. After the update you MUST delete the file from the Micro SD Card for camera to work normally
|Version||GS381.us Build: 20150910 (V1.16)|
|Area||United States, Canada, and Latin America|
|File Size||1.9 MB|
|Major Update||Added Time Zone; GPS automatically adjusts for correct time; added option for user to switch ON/OFF the opening jingle.|
|PAPAPGO LINUX||FTP Site|
This product contains codes which are developed by Third-Party-Companies and which are subject to the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or the GNU Lesser Public License (“LGPL”). The GPL Code used in this product is released without warranty and is subject to the copyright of the co. Further source codes which are subject to the GPL-licenses are available upon request. We are pleased to provide our modifications to the Linux Kernel, as well as a few new commands, and some tools to get you into the code. The codes are provided on the FTP site.