Your SolsticeCam will use a DHCP reservation to obtain an IP address during setup. If you are experiencing issues during the camera’s configuration your network administrator may have MAC address restrictions on your network for security purposes. If this is the case please send a request to your network administrator along with the MAC address of your camera which you can find laser etched on the bottom of your SolsticeCam (more info here).
Example SolsticeCam MAC Address: C0A39E0A2148
SolsticeCam requires a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Connection with a WPA/WPA2 security protocol – Solstice cannot currently be connected to a 5GHz network.
Our easy to use app walks you through the entire process.
SolsticeCam is portable, if you wish to hard-mount please see the quick guide.
Live video can be viewed through your SolsticeCam mobile application, secure Control Center 8 website, or via a public page if you elected to set this up during camera setup.
You can share your SolsticeCam through the Public Management tool on your Control Center 8 or with the public page generated during your camera’s initial setup.
To improve WiFi connectivity you should make sure you have clear line of sight between the network source (wireless AP or Router) and your SolsticeCam.
Extended-Range WiFi Routers
If your camera has disconnected from your WiFi network ensure your network is accessible and that the camera is powered on. Check the device to ensure its within your router’s recommended range.
SolsticeCam’s internal battery charges within about 7 hours with the included indoor AC charger.
In most conditions SolsticeCam’s battery will last 5 days. (Connect solar panel or outdoor AC power supply for longer-term projects).
Reconfiguring your SolsticeCam for a new project is as simple as running the initial activation, this reactivation process will create a new project and begin a new time-lapse movie.
A new project for your SolsticeCam will be automatically created during the activation process, you will be prompted to give a name and location of this new project during camera activation.
You can reset your password via the Control Center 8 login page, at the bottom of the screen there is a link titled Forgot Your Password?
Yes, SolsticeCam is constantly recording at all times.
A 4G router with WiFi Bridge can be used.
SolsticeCam is an ideal for such conditions, offering a long-lasting battery and onboard video storage. Video can be uploaded later, once WiFi becomes available again. WiFi and an Internet connection will be required for initial configuration and setup.
Images will upload once connectivity is restored and time-lapse creation will resume.
Green = Camera ON
Yellow = Camera ON and Charging
Red = Camera OFF
SolsticeCam does not require a static IP address, but you may use one if preferred.