At a glance – DR750X-3CH DMS Plus

The following diagrams explain each part of the BlackVue dashcam.

Front camera #


A) Lock button
B) Mounting bracket
C) Front security LED:
: Lights on during (i) normal mode, (ii) an event is being recorded (impact detected), (iii) manual recording has started, or (iv) motion is detected in parking mode.
: Blinks slowly during parking mode motion detection standby.
D)  Camera lens

A) GPS LED: : Lights blue when GPS is on. : Blinks blue quickly when GPS is turning off.
B) Speaker
C) Recording LED:
: Lights orange in normal mode.
: Lights red when (i) an event is being recorded (impact detected), or (ii) manual recording has started.
 : Lights green in parking mode when motion is detected.
D) Bluetooth/ Wi-Fi/ LTE  LED:
 : Lights yellow when LTE is connected.
: Lights white when Wi-Fi is connected.
 : Blinks Yellow slowly when Bluetooth is paired.
 : Blinks Yellow quickly when Bluetooth is in pairing mode.


A) Proximity Sensor LED:
: Lights when proximity sensor is triggered.
B) Proximity Sensor:
Touch or wave a finger within 20mm of the sensor to trigger a customizable function.
Available options:
– Turn on/off audio recording (default)
– Manual recording trigger
– Off

A) Micro USB port
B) DC in (power connector)
C) microSD card slot
D) Wi-Fi button: Press once to turn on/off Wi-Fi.
E) Cover

DMS camera (For DR750X-3CH DMS Plus user only) #


A) DC in (Power connector)
B) USB port

C) Mounting bracket
D) MicroSD card slot
E) status LED

Removing and inserting the front camera #


A) Connectivity details label: Default Wi-Fi SSID / Default Wi-Fi password / Cloud code / QR code
B) Serial number label
To remove the dashcam from its bracket, press the LOCK button and pull the dashcam out of the mounting bracket.
To insert the dashcam into its bracket, push the dashcam into the mounting bracket until it “clicks” in.

Rear camera #


A) Mounting bracket
B) Camera lens


A) V out (Front camera connection port)
B) Rear security LED
: Stays on in all recordings modes but can be turned off from firmware settings.

Removing and inserting the rear camera #



To remove the rear camera from its bracket, hold the mounting bracket and pull the rear camera out.
To insert the rear camera into its bracket, push the rear camera into the mounting bracket until it “clicks” in.

USB Hub #

A) Multiple micro USB ports

Use cases #


Without USB Hub

A) Front
B) Interior
C) Rear

With USB Hub

A) Front
B) Rear
C) Interior
E) USB Hub

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