WASPcam P.O.D. – Proof On Demand
The WASPcam #9401 P.O.D. is a dash camera and OBD (On-Board Diagnostic) combined into one great camera. The OBD Car Charger plugs into the OBD II Port and displays the car’s OBD information on screen. The OBD information displayed on screen includes: Engine Load, Coolant Temperature, Current Fault Code Quantity, Current Mileage, Battery Voltage, Current Driving Speed, and Throttle Percentage.
The WASPcam #9401 P.O.D. records HD video up to 1080p30 (and also 720p60, 720p30, or 460p30), has built-in GPS, loop-recording, and an auto start/stop recording function.
The built-in GPS allows users to use the GPS Tracking Function, which shows a map of their travel when footage is downloaded to their computer. The built-in GPS also allows users to use the GPS Speed Alert Function. The GPS does not function as an onboard navigation system.
WASPcam #9401 P.O.D. Features:
• Captures HD video @ 1080p30, 720p60, 720p30 or 480p30
• 1/3” CMOS Image Sensor with a 148° View Angle
• Displays Car’s OBD Information On Screen
• Built-in GPS
• Built-in, 2.7” 16:9 Widescreen TFT LCD Display
• Built-in Microphone and Speaker
• Auto Start / Stop Recording Function
• Loop Recording
• Camera Dimensions: 113(L) x 32(W) x 45.5(H) mm
WASPcam #9401 P.O.D. Functions:
• Motion Detection Mode
• Plate Number Stamp
• Parking Monitor
• Parking Guard
• Driver Fatigue Warning
• Speed Warning
• Adhesive Mount
• Suction Cup Mount
• OBD II Car Charger
• Micro SD Card Reader
• HDMI Cable
*NOTE: The #9401 P.O.D. no longer comes with a USB cable. The USB cable has been replaced with a Micro SD Card Reader, as a USB cable does not have any functionality with the #9401 P.O.D.
Insert your Micro SD Card into the Card Reader and plug the card reader into your USB Drive to view your files on a computer.
NOTE: The #9401 P.O.D. Dash Camera supports microSD cards up to 32GB. The microSD card must also be at least class 6, however a class 10 card is recommended.
WASPcam P.O.D. Downloads:
WASPcam POD Player – PC
NOTE: Prior to 2008, the OBD port in vehicles were not standardized. Therefore the P.O.D. may not be able to pick up OBD information in vehicles that were made before 2008. Vehicles manufactured in 2008 or later, have a standardized OBD port and the P.O.D. should be able to pick up the OBD information.