Company Overview of Cobra Electronics Corporation
Cobra Electronics Corporation designs and markets mobile communication and navigation products. The company offers detection systems, wireless products, power inverters, dash cameras, and portable power solutions. Cobra Electronics Corporation was formerly known as Dynascan Corporation and changed its name to Cobra Electronics Corporation in July 1993. The company was founded in 1961 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. Cobra Electronics Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Cedar Electronics Holdings Corp.
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, IL 60707
Founded in 1961
Key Executives for Cobra Electronics Corporation
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of U.S. sales
National Sales Manager of Marine Products
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Cobra Electronics Corporation Key Developments
Cobra Electronics Announces General Availability of the Drive HD™ Dual Channel Dash Cam System
Jun 2 16
Cobra Electronics announced the general availability of the Drive HD™ Dual Channel Dash Cam System. This is the newest addition to Cobra's Drive HD™ series, offering an extra set of eyes via the camera's ability to simultaneously capture the road ahead and behind in crystal clear HD video. The CDR 895 D is fully featured and very easy to use. Its innovative flexible mounting system allows for discreet installation of the rear camera on the front windshield looking in or on the rear windshield facing out. The camera's unique ability to record both front and rear-facing video offers double the protection for everyday drivers. With its front and rear protection, or its ability to record a backseat passenger, Cobra's newest dash cam model is ideal for ridesharing drivers for providers like Lyft, Uber and Chariot for Women, as well as taxi drivers. The model sports a two-inch LCD screen, ultra-wide viewing angles capturing a front view of 160 degrees and a rear view of 130 degrees and includes a 16 GB MicroSD memory card. It also features continuous-loop recording and a G-Sensor, triggering the unit to automatically and permanently protect video clips if an impact is detected. The unit includes a vehicle power adapter and a suction cup windshield mount for use directly out of the box. Additional features of the CDR 895 D include: Parking Mode- Provides visual event recording while a vehicle is parked. If motion is detected or the G-Sensor is triggered, the camera will automatically wake-up and start recording; Snap Shot - Ability to snap a still photo at any time during a video, perfect for posting or event evidence; Action Cam Mode- Switches to action cam mode, disabling the G-sensor and loop recording feature to free the camera from the confines of a windshield; and Quick-Release Mount - Sliding mount allows for quick setup or teardown on any mount that uses a standard tripod mount screw. The CDR 895 D is available now at Cobra.com for a retail price of 229.95. Also available online is a full line of Drive HD dash cam accessories including mounts, hard wire kits, and more for permanent or custom install applications.
Cobra Electronics Launches New CDR 875 G Drive HD Dash Cam
Apr 13 16
Cobra Electronics Corporation has announced the launch of its new CDR 875 G Drive HD dash cam. This model marks the latest addition to the company's award-winning Drive HD Dash Cam series that caters to the growing demand and awareness for added in-car safety, and assisting in documentation of any driving or roadside event. As the top model in the series, the CDR 875 G includes internal GPS that embeds precise time and location information into every recording. Bluetooth integration allows for connection to the Cobra iRadar Community, which provides real-time alerts to upcoming speed and red light cameras, live police locations and shared radar alerts with other iRadar users. Like Cobra's previous CDR models, the CDR 875 G offers recording in 1080P full HD video, eight GB MicroSD memory card, continuous loop recording, two-inch LCD screen, ultra-wide 160-degree lens and a G-Sensor, which triggers automatic recording and permanently protect clips if a sudden impact is detected. Additional features include a Parking Mode for visual event recording while a vehicle is parked, snap shot for still photography, action cam mode to free the camera from the confines of a windshield and a quick-release mount. The CDR 875 G is available now at Cobra.com for retail price of $179.95.
Cobra Electronics Launches New CDR 835 and CDR 855 BT Dash Cams
Nov 13 15
Cobra Electronics Corporation has announced the launch of the new CDR 835 and CDR 855 BT Dash Cams. The CDR 835 and CDR 855 BT offer recording in 1080P full HD video, eight GB MicroSD memory card and continuous loop recording. Both models also feature a two-inch LCD screen, ultra-wide 160-degree lens, and a G-Sensor, triggering the unit to automatically and permanently protect clips if an impact is detected. The CDR 855 BT includes patent-pending technology that connects the dash cam to a smartphone via Bluetooth Smart wireless technology, unlocking new features. It also integrates dash cam technology with Cobra's iRadar Community, allowing for access to GPS location information from a smartphone, as well as receiving alerts to upcoming speed and red light cameras, live police locations and shared radar alerts. With millions of iRadar users already on the road, information is timely and accurate and helps keep drivers more aware of surroundings. Additional features of the CDR 835 & CDR 855 BT include parking mode, snap shot, action cam mode and quick release mount. Parking mode provides visual event recording while a vehicle is parked. If motion is detected or the G-Sensor is triggered, the camera will automatically wake-up and start recording. Snap a still photo at any time during a video, perfect for posting or event evidence. Switch to action cam mode to disable the G-sensor and loop recording to free the camera from the confines of a windshield.
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