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2MVSC-4000B 2M Solar Camera Trailer

  • Single axle
  • 3 Bullet cameras and 1 dome camera
  • Mast height m/ft 9mm/29 ft 6″
  • Wind rating speed 100kph
  • Manual mast raise/extension

Product Documents

Features:

Tow Hitch

Mast Raise/Extension

50 mm Ball 4412LBS

Manual

 

No. of Solar Panels

 

3

AxleSingleNumber of Dome Cameras1
Tire and Rim SizeMAXXIS A/T R15Bullet Camera Specs3MP, HD IR50m
OutriggerManualDome Camera Specs2MP HD, 20x Optical Zoom, IR150m, 360° View
Mast Height m/ft9mm/29’6”Panel Wattage300W
Mast RotationOptionPanel Output900W
Wind Rating Speed100kphPanel MaterialMicrocrystal Silicon
Width1775mm/5’10”ControllerMorningstar/Other MPPT
Length4020mm/13’2”ModelCNK 150
Height3240mm/10’8”No. of Battery6
Weight1330Kg/2932LbCapacity150AH
Number of Cameras4 HD 1080P CamerasVoltageDC 12V
Number of Bullet Cameras3MaterialColloid

 

Specifications

MODEL 2MVSC-4000B
SPECIFICATION
Product NameSolar CCTV Trailer
UsageOutdoor Mobile Monitoring
BrandValiant
PERFORMANCE
Run TimeContinuous discharge time of 216 hours when fully charged
Charge Time15hr
Wind Rating Speed100kph
Protection LevelIP65
DIMENSION AND WEIGHT
Size (not including mast)4020x1775x2150
Weight1330KGS
20’ Container Can Be Fit4 sets
SOLAR PANEL AND BATTERY
Solar Panel300Wx3 monocrystaline silicon
Battery150AHx6 free maintenance
Camera and Mast
Dome Camera1x 2M Technology PTZ Camera
Bullet Camera3x 2M Technology Bullet Camera
Mast Height9 meters
TRAILER
AxleSingle
AxleMaxxis A/T R15
AxleA-type drawbar with grating plate
AxleBump Brake (pintle ring hitch/50mm ball hitch) & brake disc assembly & wheel chock
AxleDouble Eye Leaf Spring
AxleADR Standard
Outrigger7000LBS Jack and High Stregth Square Tube
Fire ExtinguisherSAI/EN3/CE Certification
ELECTRICAL PARTS
Fire ExtinguisherUS Morningstar MPPT/Chinese MPPT
Breaker, Relay, Switch, PV Cable and Connector, etc.All electrical parts have UL Certification
GPSOption
OTHER
PackingPlywood Case/Wooden Case/EPE Foam
WARRANTYCamera: 1 year or 2500 hours, whichever comes first Trailer: 3 years or 7500 hours, whichever comes first