Monday, June 24, 2013

LaFarge Camera Update

12:00 - 06/24/2013 -- Update.  The Lafarge cam is now up and running with a new solar power system.
No guarantees, since I built this out of stuff I had laying around my shop. One thing for sure, I will continue to tinker and keep these cameras going.





06:00 6/24/2013--It has been two weeks since the Lafarge camera has been offline due to a power failure at the vacant plant.  During that time I have constructed a solar power supply that hopefully provide enough power for the camera system.

I will be moving the system to the top of the building today and with any luck have the camera up and running this afternoon.

13 comments:

  1. thanks, Dennis!!

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  2. Thank you for all your efforts. Your hard work is much appreciated!

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  3. Thank you Sir, it is appreciated greatly for those of us many miles away..

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  4. Thanks Dennis! I've missed that vantage point. I have visions of you scaling the building to install the new power supply ... be safe :-)

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  5. Thank you!!! And thanks too for posting your AMAZING photos for us!! =D

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  6. again, Dennis Great job. thank you. will this go down during weather systems, though? Thank you, again

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  7. Ahhhhh we're back! Thank you sooo much Dennis! Your efforts are REALLY appreciated!

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  8. You provide a wonderful service to those of us who miss the "Twin Ports"

    Here's hoping the rewards reflect the hard work !

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  9. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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  10. Thanks for all the hard work you put into this site.Those of us living in our land locked ares thank you very much!
    Iowa born

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  11. Let me echo the others - thank you, Dennis, for this site as well as your wonderful photos. I love being able to watch the boats from hot, dry Texas.

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  12. Thanks so much, the new camera photos are great.
    I grew up in Duluth, now live near Bemidji, miss my home town very much.

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