The BikerPro has a "Power Module" with the RED and BLACK wires coming out. On the RED wire is also a fuse. Not exactly sure what the "Power Module" does (except "modulate the power"!) but you hook the USB cables to the "power Module" then the one USB goes to the "Main Controller" and the other USB will go out to the camera lens.
I want to say that the "Power Modulator" was what turned the camera on and off when I turned the ignition key off. Not quite sure if I'm right or how the "Power Module" can tell, coming off the battery, whether the ignition is off or on. All I know is that it worked on my CTX! So I'm sure I screwed up something!!!
According to the (limited) directions whatever power source I hook it to the camera should turn off when I turn the ignition off. ***At the same time, there's a setting (that I never used) where you can make the camera turn on in the case that your motorcycle is parked and someone bumps it.
I'll let you go from there!
Now your unit may be like the Oxford grips that automatically turns off when it detects the battery voltage drop about 0.6 VDC . It depends on how you want to approach this, the simple way would be to install a fused circuit from the battery.
There are about 3 connections in the harness that are live all the time, the key switch and regulator, tapping into these only saves wire length and then where do you put the fuse ( always fuse and keep as close to actual current as possible, your camera is probably less than 1 amp, use a 2 amp maximum fuse for example).
There is also according to the drawing, the 5 amp auxiliary wiring power in the front. I looked at the drawing and it appears a V violet wire comes from fuse box #2 with a 5 amp fuse, however the colour code chart does not have a V violet in it.
I have included a link with a photo of this relay and socket, the plug has a switched circuit i.e. Violet positive power ; W/BL white with blue tracer which goes to multiple bullet connectors ( this is positive switched provided you have the relay) ; a control circuit of BR/W brown with white tracer positive for coil and a BK/Y black with yellow tracer , negative ground for the coil circuit. So your positive red goes to violet and negative black goes to Black with yellow tracer.
So according to the drawing, if you want a 5 amp live all the time circuit here you go
I have the Innovv camera with built in battery, wired to a keyed 12 volt source, when keying off the camera runs a additional 30 minutes or can be programmed I think to detect movement, from either front or rear lens.
I was in a hurray when I posted, to the left of the Innovv you will see a square device with a yellow wire coming out, that is the power supply and the yellow wire goes to a switched connection, I think I used the tail light.