Self Contained Security System
Installing cameras isn’t always so easy, though, which is why the MSU Pro Solar has been designed to be fully self-contained. Typical construction cameras must be wired back to a central recording station, and often must also be separately powered. Their power needs are not tailored to the construction environment, and the result is usually a mess of wires strewn across the jobsite. These are inefficient and insecure, prone to being cut or simply tripped over.
The MSU Pro Solar, on the other hand, carries its own recording hardware. It also employs a hybrid system to power itself, without the need to rely on on-site power. There are no wires to run, and no wires to be cut. The integrated solar energy panels keep the cameras and recorder running during the day, and also charge a battery for overnight use.
The energy savings attained by removing the surveillance system from grid power is often enough to let the MSU Pro Solar pay for itself, especially given that it can be easily moved to another site after construction is complete.
At the same time, the unit’s options for license plate capture, strobe, pan / tilt / zoom, and other cutting-edge technologies bring it on par with the most elaborate non-mobile surveillance solutions. Its remote management and webcam capabilities, along with the accompanying UL-Listed Central Monitoring Station service, mean the police, private guards, or local personnel can be dispatched within seconds of a break-in.