Reolink Year in Review 2023
How ColorX Technology Turn Night into Day
Reolink App v4.43 Released
Solar Energy, which will not release greenhouse gas into the atmosphere, is getting much attention these days as clean energy. Using solar power is one of the ways to combat climate challenges and help protect the planet. Reolink has been developing solar camera systems to better use the sun's power and reduce CO2 emissions. I think some of you have also witnessed the development of our solar power devices. We are glad to get you accompanied in this meaningful process.
At first, we used dry batteries for the early Argus. To well protect the planet, we now use lithium batteries that can be recharged repeatedly in our battery camera series.
It is worth noting that our Solar Panel is getting more powerful from 3W to 66W. --3W solar panel is our first generation solar panel. --6W solar panel with type C is our new effort in high-efficiently powering the solar camera. --Our TrackMix LTE Plus is even with the 66W solar panel to realize 24/7 recording. Because of your support of solar cameras, we could offer more efforts to bring solar energy to the world. Cooperating with SVP (Solar Village Project), the partner with us in bringing solar power to 2 Indian schools, is one of our steps. They have made significant progress in installing Solar Power Devices in 2 Indian schools. We will share more project pictures with you soon. What do you expect of our solar power device in the future? Welcome any feedback.
@reolink-fiona Solar generation is excellent, specially in warmer areas with good daylight. There does seem to be a lot of interest for solar in colder areas with short days and the trackmix plusis a great step in that direction.Well done to Reolink for the continual research and development.Software wise is getting better too.
Solar Camera Battery Development:- how do you purchase the WIFI trackmix camera with the larger solar panel? Or is only LTE available? I want the same hardware for the WIFI camera of the same model as the LTE. Want the 66w version of the solar panel.
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