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Remote Surveillance Power Source - Sentry View Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
SentryPOWER CORE can be used with solar panels, small wind turbines, generators, and grid power to provide remote power for remote surveillance and critical infrastructure applications. Configurable for 12, 24, and 48 V battery banks with three-stage charging and multiple battery charge controller inputs. Includes a web interface for peripheral system access and variety of communications options including secure SATCOM, wireless, IP, cellular and fiber.
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