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Our 3G/4G Solar powered surveillance security camera is 2 Megapixel (optional 6mm or 12mm fixed lens) and amazing quality both day and night.  Our IP security camera uses Solar energy to charge a 12V 55A deep cycle battery and that keeps the system functioning indefinitely.  It can work for up to 4 days with no solar power whatsoever.

Whenever motion is detected it saves the recorded event to our Cloud servers via the Telstra or Optus 3G/4G mobile phone network so no recording is ever lost or damaged. International users only need a local data SIM card supplied by your own mobile Telecommunications company so call or email our office if you have any questions.

Secure user name and password access to our Cloud servers (not a Google Cloud) stores all recordings safely and allows for full remote camera access and not just to recordings but to every camera feature and function.  If ever need technical support or assistance is needed we can help any time at no cost.

Introducing our latest release 3G/4G HD 2 Megapixel Solar Security Camera. A pre-paid 3G/4G Data SIM card with 1-2 GB of Data is all you need and you may supply your own.  If you have WiFi available onsite, even better as our solar cam can use either the mobile phone Telstra (or Optus) network or WiFi meaning we have you covered either way. Everything you need is included.

This system is designed and built in Australia ready to go in a powder coated, weatherproof enclosure (as pictured below) with sun-shield and high visibility window although we have a range of camera housing and mounting options (see additional pictures below) from which to choose.  Also included is a 60W solar panel to power the internal 12V 55A deep cycle battery thus keeping the HD camera system fully functional indefinitely. Even in times of poor weather, the internal battery has sufficient power to keep the camera working for days although the battery is still being trickle charged even during inclement weather.

If you require a longer battery duration a larger capacity or daisy chained battery is not a problem. We find even in poor weather, the solar panel will still feed power to the battery and in most cases a larger battery isn’t necessary.  It simply becomes a matter of how often the camera is used and for what purpose that determines power consumption. In the unlikely event that the battery does go flat, the camera will auto reboot as soon as the battery begins to solar charge. In other words there is no need to physically touch the cameras once installed.  We recommend a pole mount or side of a building, perhaps a sturdy structure about 3-5m in height.

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