4G Solar Power Network Camera for outdoor applications launched by Dahua


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Dahua has recently confirmed the release of its 4G Solar Power Network Camera that offers 4G modules, solar panel, lithium battery, PIR detection, sound and light alarm linkage and other practical features.

These benefits make the new solution an ideal choice for scenarios that lack wired networks and electricity supply lines.

Moreover, in remote outdoor scenarios where electricity and internet connection is limited, deploying an efficient monitoring camera can be troublesome, typically requiring laying large cables for power and network, which is expensive and laborious.

Some remote areas off the grid do not even have power lines to start with – the Dahua 4G Solar Power Network Camera offers a number of benefits that can alleviate the abovementioned monitoring challenges.

It is equipped with built-in 5W solar power panel and 10,000mAh high capacity lithium battery that can last up to ten days (one hour remote live view per day). It adopts active hibernation technology and offers low power consumption and long endurance.

In addition, it provides low battery alarms (20%, 15%, 10%, 2%) via the DMSS or DSS platforms to remind users to charge the device.

This camera also supports multiple telecommunications standards including GSM, WCDMA and 4G LTE, allowing it to connect smoothly and wirelessly with local mobile networks by just simply inserting the sim card into the module.

It has built-in 8GB eMMC storage in case there is no SD card available, which provides stable storage and automatically overwrites recording. 

To find out more information about the new solution, click here.

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