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Moultrie® Power Panel for Digital Game Cameras is software-driven; uses solar energy and 12V battery circuitry to provide continuous power to any 2007 or later Moultrie camera. LCD screen displays help with optimal placement.
Manufacturer model #: MFH-CPP.
Solar panel with built-in 12V battery
LCD screen displays
Compatible with all Moultrie 2007 and later digital game cameras
Easily mount to tree, pole or Moultrie camera tripod
10' cord allows placement in optimal sunlight
LCD screen displays: real-time solar value, daily solar average, weekly solar average, internal charge level
Moultrie® Power Panel for Digital Game Cameras
Don't waste your money
After about a year this panel will not stay charged. Friend at work bought one and had the same problem. Best thing to do is buy the stealth cam brand that includes a box and battery. Hook up a solar panel to it and it works great. Been using it for 3 years now and no problems.
September 21, 2011
can save money
this works good in the right spot, have to have direct sunlight,and be close to camera cord needs to be longer.
April 13, 2011
Not for High Use Cameras
If your camera takes less than 5 pics./night, then you will be ok. However, if you have alot of game animals at night (mostly hogs), then this product will not work for you. The problem is the size of the internal battery (way too small). After 5-10 night pics., the battery drains thus turning off the camera. Even with the Camera batteries installed it's just a matter of time before your system is dead!
April 8, 2011
I have used it over a year. My cam has taken many pics and I have only changed the batteries out once in my cam. Like one other said you need to place it where it will get the full effect of the sun. I am fixing to buy another cam and will get another panel to go with it.
December 24, 2010
I have two Moultrie CDC game cameras purchased in 2008. I currently have a solar charger for each. They use 6v, 5Ah rechargable batteries. Will this panel work??? The ad says, "for all 2007 and later cameras." Thanks!
I dont know about the Stealth Cam Sniper. I am using the Stealth Cam Rogue and have had no issues with the solar panel. I spoke with Stealth cam about this and all they would say is it will void your warranty. My cam has stayed out in the field for right at a year and I have only changed the batteries out 1 time in that span. The only thing I will tell you about the panel is it needs a lot of sun exposure. I have mine facing south in an open field and cam is facing my feeder. Again I have had no issues with the panel affecting my cam.
I have a power panel in my stealthcam and moultrie. I had to put batteries in the stealthcam to get the power panel to work. I know the batteries are dead but for some reason the batteries had to be in the cam to get the panel to work. As for the moultrie IR 55 I have never put a battery in it and the panel works just fine. I have that cam in the woods and the trees do not seem to bother the power panel at all.
I was told this charger will power my Moultrie - I60 but batteries should be installed in camera to supplement charger in case of insufficient sun light to provide full power. As far as batteries he said it did not matter what type you use.
Stealthcam will tell you it will void the warrwanty. I will tell you yes it will assist your 540. I have not tried it without batteries. I have had the cam out a year and have replaced the batterries3 times in that time frame.
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