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    • admin

      Hi Clara, thanks for your comment. If there is a more advanced 100% solar powered and motion activated camera with LED illumination and the ability to trigger motion from up to 60m away, I would like to know about it. Our secure remote access server can even provide alerts for back to base monitoring. In terms of cost, as far as i know the only camera even remotely similar is 4 times the cost. So until someone can demonstrate a camera that is superior and cheaper, I mean what I say.

  • ron lootens

    To watch our meteorological setup we are interested in the Solar Cam camera.
    Does it work in Europe. We have our own telecom providers and also our Own Solar Panels. If so’
    Can you send us price information about different setup’s price/year for data/dashboard etc.

    kind regards,
    Ron Lootens
    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

    • admin

      Hi Ron, thanks for your enquiry and yes our Solar Cam will function worldwide provided it’s mounted within a 3G network. Options now include LED illumination for night vision.

  • admin

    Thanks for your interest. Solar Cam uses the 3G network to transmit motion activated or time lapse images to our secure servers. You access our server from your Iphone, PC, Mac, Ipad etc with a unique user name and password so there is access to the recording from anywhere. GPRS can be unreliable, particularly in weak signal areas and 3G clearly has the better coverage. We do on the other hand stock solar cameras (see http://www.hiddencamera.com.au) that do indeed use a GPRS modem rather than 3G and therefore a much portable camera cheaper alternative. Yes its possible to have multiple cameras on the same post however each camera is individual and each will require it’s own SIM. Multiple cameras cannot share the one SIM. In terms of cost we have a range optional accessories to consider including if needed, LED illumination on motion and solar powered wireless point to point or PIR motion sensors so it might be advisable to either call my office or drop me an email with your requirements and I’m happy to quote.

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  • admin

    Thanks for your questions. Solar Cam is not GPRS it uses the 3G/4G network and/or WiFi if available. We do of course stock GPRS security cameras although 4G is far superior and more widely available compared to GPRS which will in due course be phased out completely.

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