Hikvision 4G Solar-Powered Security Camera System takes standalone operation to new heights

Hikvision, a global provider in delivering high-performance professional security solutions with tremendous value, is introducing a highly versatile standalone mobile video surveillance system that combines solar power and cellular connectivity, ideal for remote location applications. Designed specifically for surveilling remote areas where power and Wi-Fi connectivity are scarce, the all-in-one ColorVu Solar Powered Security Camera is ideal for use on oil fields, farms, utility sites, remote infrastructure, as well as for temporary deployments at large scale events, construction sites and more.

Equipped with a 4G cellular radio for data transmission, solar panels and a battery for onboard power, and a built-in heater, the new 4 MP surveillance solution (model DS-2XS2T47G0-LDH/4G/C18S40) is completely self-sustaining and carbon neutral. Two-way communication allows operators to address individuals in need of assistance or with bad intentions via live audio, and Hikvision’s exclusive ColorVu technology allows 24/7 surveillance in full color – even in the dark of night. IP67 water and dust rating protect the package against water and dust ingress, and its construction is designed to withstand a Category 12 typhoon.

The new remote surveillance solution also features robust security with password protection, HTTPS encryption, IP address filter, security audit log, basic and digest authentication for HTTP/HTTPS, TLS 1.1/1.2, WSSE, and digest authentication for Open Network Video Interface.

John Xiao
John Xiao

“Our new remote surveillance solution brings high security to vulnerable remote locations previously difficult to monitor with live surveillance cameras,” said John Xiao, Vice President Marketing, Hikvision USA. “We’re excited to be able to offer this innovative and cost-effective surveillance solution to help improve safety and security across an extensive range of vertical market applications.”

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