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Topic # 196496 2-Jun-2016 10:51
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I recently purchased a wifi camera with the spec below


I want to set the camera outside without any cable connection. I thought a small solar panel connected would suffice.


Questions


1.Is it a good idea but not practical?


2. If possible what sort of solar panel would you suggest based on the power requirements of the camera? (I was hoping I could use one of the availble portable solar chargers ?) 


 


Wi-fi Camera


1.       Network video playback and remote image capture


2.       Support two-way voice intercom


3.       Portable smart WIFI camcorder


4.       720P wide angle view


5.       Support Android and apple app software


 


Image sensor:HD720P/25fps


Wireless:IEEE802.11b/g/n


Wireless mode:Direct mode/WiFi mode


Storage Media:Micro SD, Built-in TF slot,Up to 64GB(no include TF card)


Video compression:H.264


Lens:3.6mm


Day & night: Electronic (IR-CUT filter with auto switch)


Color / Material: White / Plastic


Power supply: DC 5V/1A


IR distance: Night visibility up to 5-10m.with 10pcs Infrared LED inside, automatically triggered in dark.





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  Reply # 1564430 2-Jun-2016 17:59
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Is there any reason you cant just run some cat5e and use a normal power over ethernet camera in this location?





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