Video Security System Is Designed for Remote Locations

Hikvision, a manufacturer and supplier of security products and solutions, introduces the Advanced Series 4K Solar-Powered ColorVu System, a standalone video security system suited for remote applications where power and internet are unavailable.

Hikvision introduces the Advanced Series 4K Solar-Powered ColorVu System, a standalone video security system suited for remote applications where power and internet are unavailable.

This newest solar-powered video security system delivers sustainable and flexible video in remote areas where it is challenging, if not impossible, to run power or cabling. With this introduction, security professionals can easily and quickly deploy a high-performance 4K video security solution virtually anywhere.

Powered by solar energy, the Advanced Series 4K Solar-Powered ColorVu System (model DS-2XS6A87G1-L/C32S80) can be fully deployed without the need for any electrical wiring or network cables. Ideal for remote locations such as construction sites, oil fields, farms, vineyards, and rural facilities, this fully integrated solution is engineered to operate in a variety of challenging outdoor environments with up to seven days of continuous operations even in the absence of direct sunlight. The camera is water and dust resistant (IP67) to withstand strong winds and rainstorms, and incorporates a built-in heater for operation in temperatures as low as negative -4 F.

The new Advanced Series 4K Solar-Powered ColorVu System incorporates a Hikvision 4K video camera, 80-watt solar panel, replaceable battery pack, and mounting bracket. The unit features Hikvision’s unique ColorVu technology to deliver full color, highly detailed images 24/7. The camera’s built-in second-generation AcuSense technology also allows for the precise detection and classification of humans and vehicles, reducing false alarms by up to 90 percent.

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