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This trail camera solar battery pack will power your cellular game camera or regular trail cameras 24/7 with renewable energy! Many hunters are looking for better powering options to power their fleet of trail cameras and now the more popular cellular trail cameras.
Having long term renewable battery life for your cameras means that you don’t have to visit your hunting spots as often to change out game camera batteries, etc. With the newer cellular game cameras like Spartan trail cameras and Spypoint cameras, which transmit wildlife images by cell signal, the need for backup extended battery life is even more important. With these new cellular trail cameras a hunter can run their cell camera 24/7 using this solar pack and manage the SD card from their phone so in theory one would never have to visit that hunting spot after setting up the cellular game camera! Amazing how times have changed!
The newer game and trail cameras have become more efficient regarding battery consumption but the price point of good cameras has dropped to a point where hunters are now buying more cameras. More trail cameras means more battery management. Managing the batteries across a fleet of trail cameras, and keeping up with which ones needs replacing, can be a lot of work. Having each camera hooked up to an extended battery source or a 24/7 renewable energy solar trail camera pack will reduce the workload of managing a fleet of game cameras.
This extended battery pack includes a very small 12 volt battery that is charged by a 2 watt solar panel. This trail camera solar panel charges the battery through the day so that it can power the game camera, wireless game camera, or cellular game camera throughout the night.
The solar panel in this video is an amorphous style panel which generates energy in low light conditions making it perfect for the shaded wood areas where hunters hide their cameras. Solar panels ranging from 1.5 watts to 2 watts should be fine for this type of application.
Good luck in getting your trail cameras, wireless game cameras, and cellular trail cameras switched over to renewable solar energy. Spend more time hunting and less time managing all the small stuff!