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North-American experiments

As you may have noticed, we try to assist hobbyist in their project so that they can implement our powerful solution at low cost, they only constraint being that their project must not have any commercial vocation.

And results can sometimes be surprising, such as the solution detailed in this blog post. Our contact has found a weatherproof toolbox giving him a really inexpensive enclosure for his camera (around 30$).

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A fan filter has been installed, slightly protected from weather conditions, white cable is the power cable, the small cable is for weather sensors.

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As you can see on the frontside view, glass window is still missing.

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Those two pictures from the inside show a Canon camera, installed on a rail system. Apparently the installation can accomodate 250mm+ lens, right under the camera there is a filter (from a kitchen oven) with holes under to allow fresh air to come inside the box. On the second picture you can see the fan, extracting air from the enclosure.

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On this last picture you can see electric components, powering inside equipments.

PS: We remind you that installing electric devices outdoor is dangerous, we do not recommend you to try this and we decline any responsibilities if anything happen.

Do not hesitate to get in touch with us (via Contact section of this website), we can provide you with a professional, all weather solution matching your requirements (building monitoring, timelapse, …).

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