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SOLL010CCTV
Product Code: SOLL010/CCTV
Product Availability: In stock

30W SOLAR CCTV LIGHT


  • Automatic dusk to dawn lighting and recording

  • Integrated CCTV and Light

  • Up to 10 x 24 hour inbuilt video storage

  • Wi-Fi and 4G enabled

  • Live stream or record to your device

  • Complete stand alone system

  • Gimbled, zoom and infra- red camera options

  • Mounting height of 5 - 6 metres

  • Time lapse recording

  • Custom brackets or powder coated poles manufactured on request

  • 2 year warranty for faulty workmanship or component failure not influenced by external means

Solar Lighting Designs CCTV/Lighting all-in-one units offer remote lighting and CCTV recording from almost any location. Systems are available in Wi-Fi or 4G models and are standalone solutions for areas without access to mains power. Options include LED output, remote operated gimbled and zoomable camera, Infra-red recording and timed lapse photography. The video or still images are live streamed to your device from anywhere in the world or downloaded to the inbuilt SD card and accessed via your device at any time.

SKU

SOLL010/CCTV

Solar Panel Wattage

65W

LED Output

30W

Lumen Output

3900 lm

Battery Type

Lithium-ion

Battery Specifications

11.1V 30AH (333 Wh)

Autonomy

> 7 nights

Correlated Colour Temp (CCT)

6000K

Fixture Size

1210 (l) x 345 (w) x 50 (h) mm

Light Source

Samsung 3535

Recharge

4 - 5 hours

Mounting Height

5 - 6 metres

Mounting

60-80mm column

Finish

Aluminum and powder coat satin white

Warranty Period

5 years (3 years battery)

Additional Information
Operational Modes

Automatic dusk to dawn lighting. The P.I.R (passive infrared) sensor is activated by movement. The light will operate at 30% output until the PIR is activated operating at 100% until no movement is detected returning to 30% output.

CCTV records to internal SD card 24/7.

What is a Lumen?

In simple terms, Lumens are a measure of the total amount of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen rating, the “brighter” the lamp will work.

How does this compare with other light sources?

Familiar examples
• A typical 4 x D cell battery maglite will emit approx. 70 lumens
*The PIR (passive infrared sensor) is activated by movement and acts as a power saving feature. The light will operates at 4 LEDs output until the PIR is activated where it will operate at 100% until no movement is detected returning to 4 LEDs output.