Please offer the adapter that comes with the Outdoor Camera Solar Panel separately. I want to use one in each of my Outdoor cameras so that I can charge it without unmounting it. I want to use a battery powered inverter (Ryobi One+) to charge the camera when needed. If the waterproof adapter in installed, I can do that without having to remove it from the mount. This is not intended to leave the power applied at all times just to make it easy to connect the battery powered inverter.
I was wondering about a way to do something similar, just a way to recharge a camera without having to take it down. When I take a camera down, I have to bring my tablet out to reposition it properly. I was thinking of a wish list to move the USB port to the side or front so at charge time I could just run an extension cord out and plug the camera up in place.
I guess keeping a cable permanently plugged in I could eliminate dragging the ladder out too. Is that the idea?
I’d like to see this as well. I think I have a bad cable and can’t check it out easily. So far Wyze replaced the camera, that wasn’t it. I don’t want to have to replace the whole solar panel, which means getting up on the roof and attaching a whole new panel. Easier to swap out the cable to see if that’s the problem before having to install a new solar panel (which was working fine before we swapped a camera attached to another solar panel which had charging problems.
This would be great. Wyze recently opening a whole replacement parts store on their site, and that’s a HUGE step in the right direction, I’m very glad they did this. Unfortunately this part is not included, even though it would be perfect. It’s a completely seperate part, it is used for the solar panel but as others have said can be used for other things as well. I would love to see this.
My goats destroyed 2 of my adapters, but the solar panels are untouched. If these adapters were offered it would make replacing them very easy
While I agree with wanting this adapter sold separately, a solution to having to re-aim the camera every time could be to use a sharpie or other market and draw a small like that crosses the mounting bracket and the camera at each joint. Then you just make sure these lines are aligned and the cam will be in the same spot as last time.