With the 12-Volt Adapter and V-SBox Steel Security Box, the Vosker camera is awesome jobsite tech.
For starters, the security camera came in great, easy-open packaging. It’s a minor thing but being able to easily open a package without a razor knife and dynamite are important to me.
The unit came complete with everything I needed (V200 LTE camera w/solar panel, steel security box, 12-volt adapter, tree strap, and SD card for video) and was simple to power up and connect. I downloaded and installed the app on my Samsung Note 9 without any issues. You do need a monthly subscription to view the pictures on the Vosker app/web portal. There is a basic free option and there are three other, affordable options to choose from depending on how you plan to use your 4G/LTE Vosker V200.
The onboard user interface (as well as the app and website) are easy to navigate. It was up and running in a matter of minutes. The camera itself has an internal battery that is kept charged by the solar panel. It also has eight AA batteries to aid during extended periods of low light.
This unit is packed full of features. Photos, time-lapse, and video are all customizable to fit your application. It is also IR capable for night use, 100% weatherproof, sound capable (LTE version), and GPS trackable. A 100-foot detection range allows you to place it safely and discreetly if needed. You can set it to multi-shot so that it takes two photos upon activation. All photos can be viewed via the web portal or your app. You need to view the videos from the camera, or remove the SD card and view them on a computer. If you are using the camera for video security, you can set the unit to take a picture at the beginning of the video. That allows you to immediately see what activated the camera, so you can decide whether you need to view the video. The unit has technology built in (Vosker Sense image recognition) to recognize the difference between a human and a vehicle. To conserve battery and data (if you choose a limited subscription), you can even set it to be operational only certain days of the week or hours during the day.