The solar monitoring system is mainly composed of cameras, solar panels, controllers, and batteries. The installation steps of the traditional solar camera monitoring system are mainly divided into the following steps:
The front-end camera equipment needs to be powered by wired methods such as solar panel arrays, controllers, battery packs, inverters, and switches. Installation is complicated, there are many steps, wiring is required, and maintenance is troublesome after problems occur. Many monitoring systems installed on both sides of the highway have become furnishings.
With the development of science and technology and the maturity of the Internet of Things technology, the installation of solar camera systems is now less cumbersome. By inserting a mobile phone data card and accessing a 3G/4G network, real-time image transmission can be realized. This means that through the Internet of Things technology, the entire solar camera project no longer needs cumbersome wiring and back-end computer room layout. In addition, the current solar camera monitoring system uses an independent solar small system for power supply, which not only solves the problem of large amounts of engineering such as wiring, but also avoids the problem that all cameras stop working at the same time due to lack of power in the system.
Although the traditional split solar camera reduces the trouble of wiring, because the lead-acid battery is installed underground, the installation and maintenance of the entire system is also more troublesome. Generally, solar energy monitoring uses two transmission modes: one is microwave network based on wireless bridge, and the other is based on wireless operator's 3G/4G network. The advantage is one-time investment, no follow-up costs. In the past, the development of 3G/4G cameras ushered in the spring.
Today's 3G/4G camera dedicated module, the module is directly installed in the camera, the transmission is stable, and the response speed is fast. In order to simplify the customer's installation steps, the current solar camera system also uses an integrated design. Solar panels, controllers, and batteries are all integrated into one. Customers only need to install the sleeve of the camera on the bracket, then connect the power cord of the solar system to the camera, and turn on the switch on the solar system to complete the installation of the entire equipment. No slotting and wiring are required, and no technical staff's guidance is required. The whole project has low cost and simple maintenance. It is believed that in the near future, solar cameras will bring great convenience to people's field security monitoring.