12v DC 40A Solar Panel Battery Powered CCTV Camera Bracket for PTZ Dome / Bullet Camera
Professional 12v DC / 40A battery powered solar panel to operate 12v/2A CCTV camera all year round. Please note this does not include the camera and is for the solar panel / bracket only. This is truly high specification high quality product and built to last for many years without any maintenance.
60 watt solar panel is ideal for off grid locations where no power is available. Built to the highest standard with Lithium ion phosphate battery and amorphous silicon solar panel. Guaranteed to keep your camera operating even in dark winter months. Perfect for operating wireless 4G and wifi cameras on construction sites, farms, stables, barns etc.
Please note: solar panel is larger than it looks in picture (70cm x 52cm) and protrudes 52cm from wall. This needs planning to make sure it is suitable to install. Made of 2.5mm solid steel and doubles up as bracket to mount our own and most brands of 12v CCTV security camera. Bracket has 12v / 40A rechargeable battery inside with standard 2.1mm DC connector to camera.
Designed to work with our flagship 10x, 20x and 30x Optical Zoom PTZ dome and bullet camera's. Perfect for wireless wifi and 4G/5G security cameras and wired CCTV cameras that require 12v DC. The rechargeable battery inside bracket has 40 amp capacity and enough power to keep the most demanding cameras working all year round.
This sale is for solar panel only and does not include camera, this can be bought separately or as a bundle in our store.
Disclaimer: Micronic can not guarantee the solar panel and battery inside bracket will work all year round anywhere it is installed. Due to lack of sunlight/daylight required for solar panel to keep battery charged is down to installation / location and should be planned properly. A minimum of 8 hours normal daylight is required and will still depend on camera usage. If watching camera live 24 hours a day with no daylight it will last for 4-6 days on average. Fully discharged battery the solar panel requires 8 hours of good sunlight for camera to come back to life. This happens automatically without the need to go back to camera and reset. It then needs a few decent days of sunlight to fully recharge battery and return to normal state. We have never experienced this problem with any of our customers but have tested how it worked when treated this way. A total of 48 hours of good sunlight over 4-6 days is required to fully charge battery. Camera continues to operate normally whilst recharging battery.