Posts Tagged wind powered

Solar and Wind Power Wireless Cameras

solarwind2  Solar and Wind Power Wireless Cameras

Our NEW Eco-Freindly camera range includes solar powered cameras, solar powered speed domes, wind powered cameras, wind powered speed domes and combined solar and wind powered models too.

All the Eco-Freindly camera range are wireless and are available with an 800 metre range WiFi model for direct Internet or LAN network connection, and certain models can also be fitted with conventional wireless connection too.
Low Cost Webcams – Active Webcam Software – Infra Red Lamps – Hello Kitty Webcam – Webcam Drivers – PCI Capture Cards – Capture Card Driver Internet CCTV – Low Cost IP Camera – Weatherproof IP Camera – Aviosys Webservers – Low Cost CCTV – PTZ Webcam Used CCTV Equipment – Amateur CCTV – PTZ Domes – 4 Megapixel Webcam – IP Video Servers
2 Megapixel Webcam – Driverless Webcams – Webcam Software
With our Eco-Freindly solar and wind power IP cameras you can easily and
quickly install remotely monitored and controlled cameras, which you can
view from anywhere in the world, in areas with no power, and have full
funcionality as if it were a mains powered and hard wired camera connected
to your CCTV system.

Another use is for rapid deployment of CCTV or temporary installations for
shows and other events and venues. The cost saving over buying and
installing a hard wired system for temporary or remote locations is immense
and once you have finished with it at one location you simply move it to the
next.

Our solar and wind powered Eco-Freindly cameras will operate up to 800
metres from the nearest wireless access point Internet connection without
boosters and with boosters the range can be continually extended.

How They Work

Our solar and wind powered cameras work by using renewable resources to
power the cameras directly and also charge its system battery for contnued
use when the power source may not be available for a time e.g. when the
sun sets.

Solar powered cameras use large high grade solar panels to provide power
and charge the batteries and wind powered cameras use an efficient 5 blade
wind turbine toperform the same task.

By using a combination of solar and wind you really get the best from the
natural resources to charge and run the camera system. As either mode
(solar or wind power) can fully charge the batteries under normal conditions,
by using both methods you are virtually guaranteed continued reliable
operation under all weather conditions. Depending on battery capacity
selected, you would need a very prolonged period (days) of total darkness
with no wind before the solar and wind powered camera would cease to
operate.

Source:  Cam Secure

Popularity: 37% [?]

  • Share/Bookmark

, , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Igendesign’s Flow light harvests wind power for sustainable lighting

Solar Powered Lights

Eco Factor: Lighting concept powered by the wind.

The Flow is a concept lighting solution for far-flung places, especially sea shores where sourcing grid electricity is not that easy. Designers over at Igendesign have come up with a sustainable solution in the form of a biodegradable light that harvests wind energy for illumination.

Source:  EcoFriend

Popularity: 11% [?]

  • Share/Bookmark

, , ,

No Comments

Portable Wind Powered Turbine

windpoweredportable  Portable Wind Powered Turbine

windpoweredportable2  Portable Wind Powered Turbine

The central column telescopes out in three stages to take advantage of the wind and the feet and wire guys keep it nice and steady. The base of the central column stores the wires and the batteries and although it’s made of lightweight materials like carbon fiber and aluminum, it will take two or three people to move and set up.

Source:  Coroflot

Popularity: 8% [?]

  • Share/Bookmark

, , ,

No Comments