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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    No, I thought I'd see if I could build one first of all. It would be relatively easy to add one in - the right side of the box unclips at the bottom and hinges up, also it's deeper than a normal box - roughly 25cm internal depth, so I could get a camera in.

    Might see if Nick (or others) has a raspberry pi cam or other suggestion.
    I think mudskipper would be the canonical source of info - I imagine she’s explored all the possibilities

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    No, I thought I'd see if I could build one first of all. It would be relatively easy to add one in - the right side of the box unclips at the bottom and hinges up, also it's deeper than a normal box - roughly 25cm internal depth, so I could get a camera in.

    Might see if Nick (or others) has a raspberry pi cam or other suggestion.
    I've built a Raspi Motion Sensing IR Camera. Dead easy using MotionEyeOS. The biggest issue is delivering (consistent & continuous) power to a remote device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scruff View Post
    I've built a Raspi Motion Sensing IR Camera. Dead easy using MotionEyeOS. The biggest issue is delivering (consistent & continuous) power to a remote device.

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    For power, I have 2 options - solar+battery or get a 10 metre cable. If the box stays where the old one was, then in terms of data it's within bluetooth range of the house
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scruff View Post
    I've built a Raspi Motion Sensing IR Camera. Dead easy using MotionEyeOS. The biggest issue is delivering (consistent & continuous) power to a remote device.

    Home . ccrisan/motioneyeos Wiki . GitHub

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    try a powerbank ups.

    Any reason not to use a USB power bank as an UPS? - Raspberry Pi Forums

    or something posher!
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    Battery life on USB ups

    ... It doesn't work over Bluetooth, just WiFi
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