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Jun 17

PARK and VIDEO folder

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Why I have some Video Clips of driving in PARK folder when park function is disabled?

Jens

Jun 17

The name "Park" is a little bit unlucky, as this folder is for all files which will not be overwritten. A better name would be "Protected". The K2 uses this folder not only for the parking function, but also for the crash detection by the G-Sensor. So everytime the G-Sensor detects a shock higher than the G-Sensor threshold, this video is saved in the "Park" folder.

 

You can reduce the sensitivity of the G-Sensor or completely disable it to avoid videos get saved in the park folder.

 

 

 

 

Jun 18

Ok, with this declaration all is fine.

As another point of info on the Park folder, after I installed my K2 I initially set the G-Sensor setting to High. After riding around 400 miles, I noted that about 2/3 on the 192 files created were in the Park folder. This weekend I rode another 200 or so miles with the G-Sensor setting set to Low and today there were only 4 files in the Park folder. So apparently the Low, Medium, and High G-Sensor settings refer to the sensitivity of the sensor to changes in acceleration created from rapid deceleration, jarring (from bumps in the road), or other sudden movements.

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