- Product Dimensions:: 14.3 x 24.6 x 8.6 cm ; 826 g
- Shipping Weight: 862 g
- ASIN: B0721PJYTY
- Date first available at Amazon.sg: 2 August 2019
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: 2,741 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Arlo Netgear Arlo Pro Solar Panel , Black
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- Keep your camera’s battery continuously charged
- Quick set-up and charging time
- Adjustable mount and long power cable for optimal positioning
- Weather-resistant design
- Designed for Arlo Pro and Arlo Go
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NETGEAR VMA4600-10000S Solar Panel, Designed for Arlo Pro and Arlo Go Wire-Free Cameras
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After following the troubleshooting guide on the Arlo website (unplugging and plugging the cord back in from both the solar panel and the camera), it worked fine for about another week, as long as the outside temperature was above freezing and it was not cloudy.
Now the camera no longer charges from the solar panel, even in bright sun and with the outside temperature above 45f. I brought the camera in and it will charge from the wall plug adapter. It appears that the solar panel has failed.
I'm tired of being NETGEAR's high-paying beta tester for their junk.
Alternative solution did not work. Would not recommend this with the ARLO GO system.
After using a direct power source, its the only way the unit will work. We use these at our ranch and gun range, ARLO support is not recommended, we spent another 4 hours today trying to get a replacement; calling amex instead. Pass on this and ARLO GO.
07/21/18: It's now direct sunlight again the next day and has been for awhile at 72 deg outside at 1:30 pm in July...so a lot of sun time. It says it's charging but the battery has dropped to 15%. What? I'm saving the box for a likely return. I will try swapping in another battery and see what happens. I installed a different Arlo brand battery charged to %100 percent.
07/23/18: The battery initially held charge with minimal loss and then began dropping. The percentage in the new battery from July 21 with very minimal motion activation on the camera while the solar panel has been attached has dropped to 78% by end of day. At this rate the battery will drop to zero in about ten or eleven days. Please note that water/rain is not in the picture so water is not a factor and the results are not promising. The Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 camera in contrast have been great. I've personally recommended them to others.
07/24/18: Battery life at the end of today is now at 58%. I will now unplug the solar panel to compare battery life loss.
I returned the unit to Amazon.
07/27/18 I charged the same battery to 100% and installed it in the same camera without the solar charger.
08/07/18 Camera still shows 100% battery level.
I cannot recommend this product. I would recommend Netgear either start offering on site services or at least provide a referral to onsite tech support that can work with you guys. I would totally pay extra for that. Instead I'm currently angry, frustrated, and not looking forward to my next tech support call with your people.