Security protection for temporary sites and assets in remote locations has always been a big challenge, as no power supply or network cables are available. Find out why solar-powered cameras are a simple, practical, reliable and cost-effective solution for these sites.
Isolated sites such as farms, natural resorts, and pipelines, and temporary locations such as construction sites and annual cultural events, by their very nature, lack power and infrastructure, and face all kinds of light and weather challenges. Without readily available, "on-the-grid" energy sources in these outdoor environment, installing a traditional security system is wholly impractical.
Additionally, many of these sites require security protection on temporary bases, such as construction sites, road maintenance projects, open air music festivals, sporting events, fairs, carnivals, and many other events. When the job or event is finished, it does not make sense to continue incurring the cost of security systems.
To address the challenges of delivering credible security to these isolated sites and temporary locations, Hikvision offers a new "standalone" solution – the Solar-Powered Security Camera Setup. With everything it needs for self-sustaining operation, these setups perfectly suit various remote installations. They offer robust performance where power supplies and Ethernet cables can hardly reach. Besides that, excellent mobility and reliability make these ideal for geographically challenging environments and temporary installations. And when the time comes, they can go where the next event or job goes.
Installation made easy
Designed to be lightweight, Hikvision's neat and compact Solar-Powered Security Camera Setups are easy to install. The pole-mounted unit weighs 25.4 kg, and no wires or cabling are required, making the deployment process fast, easy, and cost-effective, which significantly lowers barriers for remote and temporary sites looking to boost their security. Better yet, the solar-powered cameras can be easily moved to a new site and be re-deployed when a project completes.