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Just wanted to let people know that this works and works very well. So far I have 2 cameras hooked up to 1 panel. I bought a microusb splitter (from ebay) and 2 reolink solar panel extension cables. Splitter was $4 and Reolink cables were $8 each, $20 total cost. I used electrical tape on the connections to the splitter to keep water out. Hooked everything up and the cameras show they are hooked to a solar panel. The battery levels were around 70% each when I hooked everything up and after about a day or 2 everything was charged to 100% and they have been at 100% ever since. It seems I could hook up even more cameras and be ok. The solar panels arent expensive i just didnt want to have a bunch mounted to my house. I think reolink should make their own splitter with the proper waterproof fittings so more people could do this. If anyone has any questions let me know.
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