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Has anyone got any recommendations for the above? I'd like to put a camera in my lambing shed. At the minute I have to come and go and sit in my truck till late o'clock and id like to be able to monitor them from home including in the middle of the night. Currently I go home about 1230 and go back to them about 530. With a camera I'd be able to monitor them and only go out if anything was happening. We haven't got electricity down there so it needs to run off a leisure battery or something similar.

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A friend of mine is trialling one at the moment. He runs his own business doing cctv installs. He’s recently expanded his range of cameras and what he’s trialling at the moment might be suitable. Are you still in Shropshire? 

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2 hours ago, foxnet22 said:

at my allotment I use 12v leisure battery .a ip camera £25 from the bay .a solar panel .and you may need a portable wi fi device ?.works fine 

What do you mean a portable WiFi device? 

The IP needs to communicate with wherever you are viewing from, unless there's WiFi on the allotment, you only have 4g, so need a sim and data plan. 

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36 minutes ago, Rewulf said:

What do you mean a portable WiFi device? 

The IP needs to communicate with wherever you are viewing from, unless there's WiFi on the allotment, you only have 4g, so need a sim and data plan. 

yes a mini wifi device I used one registered with ee and topped up monthly .

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On 21/02/2021 at 11:44, foxnet22 said:

and you may need a portable wi fi device ?

This is the bit that confused me, it should say you WILL need a 4g MiFi device to make this work, with a data plan.

 

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