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New Solar Power for Lambing Cameras
2009-12-16

Intershape Trading Ltd has added solar panels to its range of wireless lambing cameras. Farmers can now monitor ewes, even in lambing sheds which do not have mains electricity, from the comfort of home.

Farmers can now monitor ewes, even in lambing sheds which do not have mains electricity, from the comfort of home.

Farmers can now monitor ewes, even in lambing sheds which do not have mains electricity, from the comfort of home

The solar panel charges a leisure battery which powers the wireless camera. The panels are designed to provide enough power even during the short winter days and long nights of lambing time.

As Managing Director, Paul Butland explains, “We have been selling these cameras since 2003, and our customers find they not only improve their health and temper, but make good business sense too. We hope the solar panel will allow farmers lambing in temporary sheds and poly-tunnels to benefit from a camera too.”

Farmers with lambing cameras find they can:

  • Monitor ewes frequently without unnecessarily disturbing them
  • Pick up a ewe in difficulty early on and intervene in time to save the lamb
  • Identify and separate a ewe about to lamb so there is no mixing of lambs
  • Only get up and go out when they are needed
  • Get a few hours undisturbed sleep, so they are fit to work the next day

Intershape’s cameras are specifically designed to withstand the rigours of farm use and come with a 14 day money back guarantee, a years warranty and full telephone support from someone who understands sheep and farming. The solar package includes the solar panel, regulator and connecting cables.

You can order online at www.intershape.com or phone 01858 880 830, where Intershape staff are happy to advise you on the camera which will suit you best.

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