New Solar Panel and Battery Pack for Tapo Sub-GHz Cameras

New Solar Panel and Battery Pack for Tapo Sub-GHz Cameras

New Solar Panel and Battery Pack for Tapo Sub-GHz Cameras
New Solar Panel and Battery Pack for Tapo Sub-GHz Cameras
2023-08-18 18:20:49 - last edited 2023-08-18 18:28:22

New Tapo Sub-GHz Camera Accessories - Battery and Solar Panel

Tapo A200: Solar Panel for Battery-Powered Sub-GHz Cameras

Currently Compatible with the Tapo C400, C420, and C425

  • Provide Non-Stop Power for Your Tapo Battery-Powered Cameras to ensure year-round protection.
  • Up to 4.5W Charging – Able to keep your camera powered with only 30 minutes of sunlight each day.
  • Extra Long 4m (13ft) charging cable for easy and discreet installations
  • 360° Adjustable Angle – Mount your solar panel on the wall or roof and adjust its angle to ensure sufficient sunlight.

Buy the Tapo A200 on Amazon Now! (39.99)

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Tapo A100: Stand-alone Battery Pack for Sub-GHz Battery Cameras

Currently Compatible with the Tapo C400, C420, and C425

  • 6700mAH Capacity to Extend Your Camera Battery by Up to 180 Days.
  • 6Way Protection – Get your battery fully charged in around 5 Hours with multiple safeguards such as overcharging protection, short-circuiting protection, over-heat protection, and more
  • Quick Release and Replacement – Easy Installation and removal of batteries for an easier way of keeping your cameras charged.

Buy the Tapo A100 on Amazon Now! (24.99)

 

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Re:New Solar Panel and Battery Pack for Tapo Sub-GHz Cameras
2023-08-25 22:38:08

  @Riley_S Great job on the batteries! This is very good news and these batteries are extremely functional/practical with the charging port right in the battery. It's wonderful that you can charge either with it in the camera or outside of the camera. So many cameras on the market have built-in, inaccessible/non-replaceable batteries and it's a major drawback...if the battery dies, that's the end of your camera. Additionally, for folks who do take their cameras down periodically to charge, they could just keep a spare battery and simply swap when the time comes.

 

Now, as far as the solar panel, I think you're a little late with this and the price is high relative to where the market is, with so many others of very good quality delivering 5W for $15-$25/panel. If you want to be competitive, I strongly suggest you consider lowering the price to $29.99. Otherwise, I don't believe you'll be seeing too much demand for them.

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