Huawei launches new “Four Nos” camera2021-03-29         Follow @huaweinewos Tweet to @huaweinewos
Huawei has launched the new “Four Nos” camera: 30 days long standby time without electricity or network. In May 2020, Huawei Machine Vision launched a camera that turned the industry upside down: four non-ecological cameras “HoloSens SDC” that overcome the physical limitations of the camera layout.
No electricity, no mains, no lights, and no on-site operation and maintenance. Huawei HoloSens SDC uses integrated optical storage modules, single and double-wing design photovoltaic panels equipped with superblade lithium batteries.
It was said that the camera was installed and deployed on Mount Everest at an altitude of 6,500, making it the world’s tallest deployed camera. On March 29, Huawei released version 2.0 of this camera.
Compared to version 1.0, there are four main upgrades:
In terms of power supply, the power supply has been upgraded from seven days to a maximum of 255 hours (more than 30 days), and the power storage is more powerful.
Even if it continues to rain in terms of charging, it can be charged to balance the electricity used at the same time as long as there is sunlight. The use of 5W light energy has increased by 60% and the actual power consumption is only at night.
Optional remote wake up has been added while performing radar + timing in terms of wake-up mode. In terms of detection, it realizes the main phone + slave phone combination and supports third party sensor access.