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Solar surveillance system available

Liberated Energy, Inc. has announceed the Guard-Lite, a revolutionary hybrid lighting and security system. Its unique self-powered design enables it to be installed at any location without wiring or an electrical permit. With an increasing need for security and the demand for alternative energy growing, the Guard Lite provides a complete solution..

Many ranchers, farmers and ag retailers would like to know who is at a security gate, barn, warehouse or other facility without having to meet them face-to-face or simply need to address how to maintain security at these locations from 10 miles to thousands of miles away.

The Guard Lite from Liberated Energy, Inc provides solar and wind powered wireless security camera and lighting systems that are both a license plate camera and motion activated camera system combined. Property owners and businesses can maintain security on their remote properties by installing the Guard Lite wireless outdoor security cameras in areas where a “picture” would provide vital information for the owners to proceed with their daily activities.

These pictures acquired by the wireless outdoor security cameras can be instantly pushed to any mobile phone as an SMS alert or stored on cloud-based servers for future review. The web-based user interface that is available in a mobile phone app, is the software that controls the solar and wind powered cellular security camera for picture acquisition methods, capturing a LIVE image, time-lapse video and many more helpful features.

Many ranches have feeding and water stations that require a long drive to get to in order to verify food and water volume for the animals. The Guard Lite solar and wind powered outdoor surveillance camera, will provide a live image upon request at these locations and deliver them to any mobile phone and e-mail them instantly. This remote security camera technology is making the rancher more efficient in how they operate and increasing their profit margins.

Some farmers simply have crops too far away to visit all the time and observe if it is time to take action with farm machinery or just check on overall growth. The outdoor wireless security camera makes these unnecessary trips a thing of the past while documenting crop growth for future comparison and knowledge.

This motion activated camera with night vision technology and lighting is a great product that businesses can use especially in the night hours. If an unexpected visitor enters the property, the owner or employee will receive an instant SMS alert on a cell phone once motion is detected. The Guard Lite provides rural and ranch locations modern technology in a not so modern environment.

Solar and wind wireless security camera and lighting systems by Liberated Energy are changing the way rural businesses can establish security.

(Source – http://www.agprofessional.com/special-sections/product-news/Solar-surveillance-system-available-257397821.html)


  1. Sir,Mme.
    We are vegetables growers in Africa Central African republic. 33km far away from the city bad nent work in the farm, no electricity power, and thieves that comes in the night stills our corps fish in the pondes. The farm covers about 100hecters.
    Please we need your advice.

  2. I have a ten acre property with structures that I’m thinking about surveillance for. I recently sold 70 acres surrounding it. Once development starts, I’m sure there will be curiosity seekers hiking around the outbuildings. There is a house on the property that I rent. I recently set up a game camera on the outbuilding side of the fence from the rental and discovered I have two-legged wildlife taking advantage of spaces they are not allowed to roam. I would like to set something up to capture incoming vehicles license plates as well as intruders just in case something comes up missing. If I could get alerts and view activity from my home in Shepherd, MT, that would really be helpful. My 10 acre property is west of Billings, MT, approximately 25 miles away.

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