INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Was Installed on BMW R1200RT LE (Type R12WT) 2015

Recently,  we have received the installation share from Les who has installed INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System on his BMW R1200RT LE (Type R12WT) 2015, saying that he was pleased with the quality of the videos from the C5.

Also, he shared an idea of modified Industrial Velco fitment which is used to better avoid the vibrations of the videos.

We appreciate all the share from him and wish y’all read the blog ride safe and enjoy the way.

Sharing makes fun! 

 

The full image of the bike:

 The camera : The close up of the len : The DVR : The close up of DVR :The Industrial Velco fitment :   The close up of modified Industrial Velco fitment:Click the link for more specification of INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System : https://www.innovv.com/innovv-c5-spec  Also, there is recording video shared from Les too :   

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Recording Test

Few days ago, we had done INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Recording Test on a highway in German.  Though the road is a bit wet and there was some traffic, still able to do the test. There are three videos. The first one is a acceleration of 0-220 recording video, the following one is 200-250 acceleration recording video, and the last one is a short clip of recording video. The riding is legal because there is no speed limit on that part of the Germany highway. Hope y’all enjoy the videos and share with us.  Episode One | Acceleration of 0-220 Recording Video Episode Two | Acceleration of 200-250 Recording Video   Episode Three | Short Clip   More details of INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System 
>>> Click the link:
  https://www.innovv.com/innovv-c5-spec

INNOVV K1 Motorcycle Camera System Installed on Crosstourer 1200 from Honda

INNOVV K1 Motorcycle Camera System is always popular because of  its features and handy operation: 1. Ignition on/off, recording start/stop.2. Loop recording.3. Solid built and invisible.4. 2 channel full HD recording. Here are installation of INNOVV K1 Motorcycle Camera System on Honda Crosstourer 1200 shared by one of our customers. The front camera: The rear camera: DVR:  

Instalacion Camara INNOVV C5 en BMW R 1200 GS LC

This is the INNOVV C5 installation shared by our Spanish customer– Rafa   “Recientemente he contactado con la fábrica de cámaras tipo “dashcam” de INNOVV para moto, quad, etc. lleva varios en el mercado de USA con buenos resultados, por youtube hay bastantes videos de grabaciones. Concretamente se trata de la INNOVV C5, consta de una cámara, transformador y unidad de control. La cámara y la unidad son impermeables y de construcción bastante sólida. …”  More details, click below link:https://www.gstrail.es/foro/instalacion-camara-innovv-c5-bmw-r-1200-gs-lc-47996/

INNOVV C5 Camera System Review

Summary

The C5 single channel camera system is a newer offering from INNOVV providing a lot of desirable features for powersports activities, particularly motorcycling enthusiasts, at a very reasonable price.

Compact and ruggedized, the modular-based Innovv C5 provides a sealed waterproof lens, an aluminum DVR module, USB 3 integrated heavy-duty cable and a dedicated protective power supply in the form of a weatherproof 12-5V DC converter.

 

When networked to a compatible smart device running the iOS or Android INNOVV app, users can configure the system for set-once use or interact dynamically to preview/live-view, review video and manage the system.

 

 More details, click below link:

https://www.webbikeworld.com/innovv-c5-camera-system-review/

 

 

 

 

 

 

MO Tested: INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Review

When we last saw an INNOVV motorcycle camera on MO, we were reviewing the dual camera Innovv K1 Motorcycle System, and we found it to be a convenient and functional motorcycle “dash-cam” with only one major issue: The DVR unit wasn’t waterproof. We also thought the recorded colors could have been a bit brighter, but it was a minor concern for a dash-cam. Here we are 18 months later, and Innovv has released an updated, more rugged kit for motorcycles, the Innovv C5 Motorcycle Camera System. The C5 is both more and less than the older K1 system.  More details, click below link, http://www.motorcycle.com/products/mo-tested-innovv-c5-motorcycle-camera-system-review 

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Install on BMW R1200GS

We recently received two INNOVV C5 motorcycle cameras to test on our fleet off tour and rental Motorcycles in Australia. Our first impressions of the C5 units when we opened the boxes were that they are very solid and compact units. There is a camera, a recorder unit and a wiring harness along with mounting hardware and even a micro SD/ USB card reader supplied in the kit.    We have now installed the camera systems on two BMW motorcycles, an R1200 GS that is used as a ride leader bike on our Compass Expeditions Motorcycle Tours and my own BMW F800GS which is used as a daily commuter as well as for desert touring and as a bit of fun off roading in the Australian Bush. Our company mechanic installed the camera system on the R1200 GS in around half an hour and has done a very neat job of it. With my limited mechanical ability it took me a little longer (about 45 minutes) and perhaps the result was a little less neat. We thought that we would write this report to assist others to installing their own INNOVV C5 camera systems. Laying out the wiring loom was the first step, with the red wire to the positive terminal of the battery and the black wire to the negative terminal that part was easy enough.  There is a third, yellow, wire that needs to be tapped into a circuit that is live only when the motorcycles ignition is switched on.   On BMW motorcycles the from “Park” light is always on when the bike is on so that was our choice of circuit but you could also use the tail light or any other switched power source. The INNOVV website has comprehensive installation instructions. Once everything was connected and in place cable ties were used to secure everything in place. To connect to the switched circuit we simply scraped away a small section of the insulation from the wire and soldered the yellow wire to it then sealed the connection with electrical tape. Next was to find an appropriate place to mount the Camera to the bike.(As the above photos).For the R1200GS it was an easy task as there was a camera-mounting bracket included in the kit. The bike is fitted with crash bars that had a perfectly located hole to secure the mounting bracket to witch placed the camera pretty much where we wanted it.  We have had these bikes out on tour across Australia, in the desert the Bush and in traffic to test the units and will have examples for you soon. ABOUT COMPASS EXPEDITIONS, Can click photo link to learn more details,