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  1. Many cameras have pending OTA firmware config updates that will automatically begin downloading once the camera is connected to power and completes its initial boot sequence.
    • Many cameras have pending OTA firmware config updates that will automatically begin downloading once the camera is connected to power and completes its initial boot sequence.

    • Always let firmware updates complete once they begin. Do not disconnect the camera from power during config updates. Power loss during the update process will corrupt the configuration and cause the camera to malfunction.

    • Do not swap in an upgraded SD card before the initial device config update completes using the standard SD card. The standard SD card contains important config info. Initial FW updates must be downloaded and written to the camera using the standard SD card.

    • If camera is not within cell coverage at the time of install, but the install requires an SD card upgrade refer to Step 21 in the Troubleshooting section of this guide.

    • After the initial bootup the camera will reboot again twice during the FW update process. After the multiple reboots complete, the camera should be fully operational.

  2. Use the key to unlock the security cover then press the release button to remove it.
    • Use the key to unlock the security cover then press the release button to remove it.

  3. Use the provided alcohol wipes to clean the mounting surface. Make certain the surface is clean and fully dry before mounting the camera. Mount the camera to the windshield. Hold the camera in position with firm pressure for 30 seconds. Mount the camera to the windshield. Hold the camera in position with firm pressure for 30 seconds.
    • Use the provided alcohol wipes to clean the mounting surface. Make certain the surface is clean and fully dry before mounting the camera.

    • Mount the camera to the windshield. Hold the camera in position with firm pressure for 30 seconds.

  4. Connect cable A to the camera. Gently tug the wire harness to verify the Molex pins going into the power adapter and snorkel are securely seated. Route the power cable beneath the headliner or along it using the zip tie cord mounts.
    • Connect cable A to the camera. Gently tug the wire harness to verify the Molex pins going into the power adapter and snorkel are securely seated.

    • Route the power cable beneath the headliner or along it using the zip tie cord mounts.

    • Picture 2 | Tuck the barrel shaped driver facing camera connector into the headliner, and not placed behind the A-pillar so driver facing camera upgrades are easier to perform.

    • Excessive tension from tightly winding the wire harness may cause the pins to become unseated.

  5. Connect Cable A to the DC adapter's output side and Cable B to the input side. Tape the DC voltage adapter into the ON position.
    • Connect Cable A to the DC adapter's output side and Cable B to the input side.

    • Tape the DC voltage adapter into the ON position.

  6. Connect wiring harness (B) to the DC adapter input side of the regulator and then to the OBD-II or 3-wire power harness provided. Do not zip tie the DC converter and VTU to each other. Doing so may produce EMI which can cause the camera to repeatedly reboot.
    • Connect wiring harness (B) to the DC adapter input side of the regulator and then to the OBD-II or 3-wire power harness provided.

    • Do not zip tie the DC converter and VTU to each other. Doing so may produce EMI which can cause the camera to repeatedly reboot.

    • Secure the DC converter and VTU at least 6 inches or 150mm apart.

  7. Connect vehicle harness to power with either OBD-II connector or 3-wire connector. Pass-thru OBD-II connector for 12V vehicles only.
    • Connect vehicle harness to power with either OBD-II connector or 3-wire connector.

    • Pass-thru OBD-II connector for 12V vehicles only.

    • Standard 3-wire connector for 12V or 24V vehicles.

    • All Heavy Duty vehicles must use the standard 3-wire connector.

    • Note | Before connecting the camera to power, turn the engine OFF, and verify the the DC power adapter switch is ON. Use only Verizon Connect approved connection methods when making 3-wire connections.

  8. Once the camera is connected to power, turn on the vehicle ignition to boot the camera.
    • Once the camera is connected to power, turn on the vehicle ignition to boot the camera.

  9. Many cameras have pending OTA firmware config updates that will automatically begin downloading once the camera is connected to power and completes its initial boot sequence.
    • Many cameras have pending OTA firmware config updates that will automatically begin downloading once the camera is connected to power and completes its initial boot sequence.

    • Always let firmware updates complete once they begin. Do not disconnect the camera from power during config updates. Power loss during the update process will corrupt the configuration and cause the camera to malfunction.

    • Do not swap in an upgraded SD card before the initial device config update completes using the standard SD card. The standard SD card contains important config info. Initial FW updates must be downloaded and written to the camera using the standard SD card.

    • After the initial bootup the camera will reboot again twice during the FW update process. After the multiple reboots complete, the camera should be fully operational.

  10. Once the initial OTA FW config are  complete you may swap in the larger SD card (if equipped). Once the boot process and OTA  updates complete, a solid blue light indicates the camera is working correctly. A solid green light indicates the camera is connected to the network.
    • Once the initial OTA FW config are complete you may swap in the larger SD card (if equipped).

    • Once the boot process and OTA updates complete, a solid blue light indicates the camera is working correctly. A solid green light indicates the camera is connected to the network.

    • If the blue and green lights are not solid after 10 minutes, please refer to the Troubleshooting section. If you cannot resolve the issue, contact Support.

  11. Enter the Installer Portal and select the Install camera tab. Enter the camera serial number into the search box. Solid Blue/Green LED lights indicate the camera has successfully booted.
    • Enter the Installer Portal and select the Install camera tab.

    • Enter the camera serial number into the search box.

    • Solid Blue/Green LED lights indicate the camera has successfully booted.

  12. Use the preview image within the Installer Portal as a guide to make alignment adjustments. Move the security cover and adjust the camera relative to the slope of the vehicle’s windshield. Replace the security cover and key after adjusting the camera.
    • Use the preview image within the Installer Portal as a guide to make alignment adjustments.

    • Move the security cover and adjust the camera relative to the slope of the vehicle’s windshield. Replace the security cover and key after adjusting the camera.

  13. Begin the linking and activation process by searching and selecting the vehicle tag. Complete activation by verifying information and clicking Activate Camera. The camera now displays in the recent activity home screen.
    • Begin the linking and activation process by searching and selecting the vehicle tag.

    • Complete activation by verifying information and clicking Activate Camera.

    • The camera now displays in the recent activity home screen.

  14. Input Voltage - Turn on the windshield/windscreen wipers and the defroster/defogger to verify the input voltage does not drop below 13.1V for an OBDII , or below 12V for a 3 wire install.
    • Input Voltage - Turn on the windshield/windscreen wipers and the defroster/defogger to verify the input voltage does not drop below 13.1V for an OBDII , or below 12V for a 3 wire install.

    • Verify the red LED on the output side of the regulator is solid.

    • Check ignition between pins 2 and 3, and constant voltage between pins 2 and 8 on the regulator as well.

    • Verify all Molex pins and wires are snug.

  15. Output Voltage - The output side of the regulator (going to camera) should shows see greater than ±5V between pin 2 and pins 3-6 when the ignition is on.
    • Output Voltage - The output side of the regulator (going to camera) should shows see greater than ±5V between pin 2 and pins 3-6 when the ignition is on.

    • Verify all Molex pins and wires are snug.

  16. Verify the DC converter and VTU are separated by at least 6 inches to prevent electromagnetic interference.
    • Verify the DC converter and VTU are separated by at least 6 inches to prevent electromagnetic interference.

  17. The camera has three indicator lights to help you identify any issues with its operation.
    • The camera has three indicator lights to help you identify any issues with its operation.

  18. Error | SD Card Full
    • Error | SD Card Full

    • Solution | Replace or wipe SD card.

  19. Error | Network Communication
    • Error | Network Communication

    • Error Solution | Check that camera is within coverage.

  20. Error | SD Error / No SD / Write Fail
    • Error | SD Error / No SD / Write Fail

    • Solution | Try resetting the camera.

  21. Error | Network Device Error / SIM Error
    • Error | Network Device Error / SIM Error

    • Solution | Check that the camera is within coverage, reset the camera, and turn off ignition to confirm the SIM card is installed and correctly oriented.

    • If the install requires an SD card upgrade but the vehicle is not within cell coverage technicians should complete the install WITHOUT performing the SD card swap.

    • Provide the larger capacity upgrade SD card to the customer and instruct them to drive the vehicle so a known good coverage area so the initial config updates can complete. Advise the customer to only swap the card AFTER the camera's green cell network light becomes solid and to call Fleet support for assistance with any questions.

    • Fleet Support - (877) 943-7306

  22. Using a paper clip or similar small tool, press the Calibrate button for three seconds, or until you hear a beep.  The calibrate button is the smaller red button on the camera.
    • Using a paper clip or similar small tool, press the Calibrate button for three seconds, or until you hear a beep. The calibrate button is the smaller red button on the camera.

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