Sentry-X Solar Trailer Generic Platform

SKU
Sentry-X
$27,999.00
Quick Overview

 


All Weather Solar Platform


The Sentry-X solar trailer lets you have it your way. Equip the trailer the way you want it. The mast is fitted with four quick connect network cables allowing any type of IP camera or IP device to be mounted to the mast. The temperature controlled enclosure houses the batteries, power system and provides plenty of space for your gear. Customer provides PoE, cameras, recording and communication equipment as well as installation.

 



Sentry-X Specification Sheet - Sentry 10 Minute Setup Instructions



Trailer Mast Options Telescope vs Tilt-up







Why we use Tilt-up No-sway Masts

 

There are two types of masts which the cameras are mounted, telescoping and tilt-up. We prefer the tilt-up mast for several reasons. First the telescoping masts have a big design flaw. They sway, they sway in the wind a lot. Some even require support guide wires from the top of the mast to the trailer frame just to stabilize it. The real problem is when a PTZ camera is zoomed in to a target area and the mast sways half an inch, the zoomed in view sways 2 to 3 feet horizontally. This makes AI human detection less reliable and the system less effective. Our tilt-up mast has no such problems with the wind, our single piece no-sway mast puts the cameras at the 18 foot height as others, without all the wiggle. Tilt-up masts require less moving parts and deploys quickly and reliably.

 

Trailer Mast Options Telescope vs Tilt-up









Certificate of Origin & VIN Registration

Certificate of Origin, VIN & State Registrations


Each trailer is issued a Certificate of Origin and a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). These documents allow the trailer to be registered with all 50 states for legal transportation on public roads.





Surveillance Trailers

What is a Surveillance Trailer?

Why are these strange, purpose built, surveillance camera trailers popping up all over the country? Are they the only reliable and cost-effective solutions available for crime deterrence and response? How do they work? Are they Effective?




 

Live Monitoring & Dispatch

 



When your application needs a live response, our video monitoring service is the solution. For less than $1 per hour, our 24-hour monitoring service provides real-time response to events on site. The light trailer communicates alarm conditions instantly to our monitoring center. Our operators respond live with warning messages, and sirens. If needed, they dispatch the local police or private security services, providing a visual description of the suspects and their location. This service offers the highest level of deterrence and response in the security industry.



Factory Support

 



When you partner with Backstreet, you have a true partner. Our technical support department is available during our extended support hours and is free for life. If you have any questions or need help with system operation, programming, user management, video search or any other questions, call our toll-free nationwide support line. We’ll be glad to help.



Our Sentry security camera trailer solutions are the affordable alternative with value added!






Customization

Direct purchase trailers have the option of generic or a custom wrap. A $500 design fee may apply.




Custom wraps for surveillance trailers
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Specifications


Solar perfromance Surveillance Trailers uptime




Sentry Surveillance Trailers - 10 Minute Setup



Find Level Location

The area should be a reasonably level area, approximately 10x12ft. It should have easy access for deployment. Gravel, dirt, pavement, and concrete are normal platforms. Avoid sand when possible, deploying on sand can be difficult and with the likely hood of the trailer settling into the sand, the trailer may have to be leveled periodically.


Surveillance Trailers need a level area


Position the Trailer True South

Position the trailer so the solar panels are facing true south. True south can be found using an iPhone and the compass app. For the compass to show true south, you will have to access the setup on the phone, select the compass tool and select the default mode as “true north”. Locate the direction of true south and maneuver the trailer so the solar panels are facing that direction. Positioning does not have to be perfect but should be close. The solar panels will not need angle adjustments, they are set at 40 degrees which is optimal for 80-90% of North America. Detach the trailer from the vehicle using the tongue wheel strut for support.


Position the trailers solar panels facing south


Deploy the Leveling Struts

The trailer is equipped with (4) leveling struts. If you are deploying on dirt or soft soil its best to give the strut base a platform to stand on such as a piece of construction wood or a rocks. The point is the trailers are heavy and they can sink into soft ground over time making the mast and cameras unlevel.

Level the trailer using all four struts. It is ok if one or both wheels leave the ground while leveling, but it is best to leave some weight on the wheels so there are six points of contact to the ground rather than just four.


Leveling the Trailer

Using the leveling bubbles located on the tongue of the trailer, adjust the struts so the trailer is level left-to-right and front-to-back. If the trailer is not level, then the mast is not level and the PTZ cameras may not operate properly.



Access to Keys

Key Lock Box

The keys to the camera storage box and controls are found in the combination key box mounted on the side of the camera storage box (located on the tongue of the trailer). The key box is a combination code lock. The code is provided in the trailer’s documents provided at the time of purchase.

Slide the cover protecting the key box combination tumblers down, set the four-digit code and push the small button on the left down which will release the door to the compartment. The keys for the camera storage box and controls are enclosed. Note: You can leave the keys in the camera storage box, lock it, and put only the camera storage key in the key lock box.



Preparation

Remove the access panel on the front right of the trailer using the Allen Wrench found in the camera storage box. There are six quick connect Allen Plugs, insert the Allen Wrench, and turn half a turn, the plug will release allowing you to remove the plug. Suggestion: Keep the plugs in the camera storage compartment so they are not lost.


Prepare the trailer for camera deployment


Mounting Cameras to the Mast

Release the No-sway Mast

Release the rubber security strap securing the mast to the trailer. It is found halfway up the mast on the right while facing the solar panels. The crank assembly is usually located inside the trailer at the base of the mast, but some models have it located on the outside and some are motorized. Attach the crank handle (same one used to operate the tongue wheel) to the spindle and turn the crank several turns until the mast has risen 2-3 feet. Position the mast so it is at a comfortable height to mount the camera assembly to the mast.

Remove the cameras from the storage box, use both hands; the unit is made of steel. Hold the camera assembly close to the mast and attach the weatherproof RJ45 fittings to the ports on the mast. Slide the assembly onto the mast and secure it with the cotterless hitch pin (you may have to wiggle and tap the pin to seat it in on the opposite side).


Mounting the Surveillance Cameras and Deploying


LPR Cameras (License Plate Recognition)

If the unit is to be equipped with an LPR camera, secure the camera to the mast with the star handle fasteners (found in the storage box) and connect the cameras cable to the weatherproof network port located on the side of the mast. The camera can be mounted on either side of the mast and the camera mount adjusts 180 degrees allowing for 360 degree aiming of the LPR camera.


License Plat Capture Camera Mounting


Mast Deployment

With the cameras secured to the mast, continue to deploy the mast by turning the crank handle clockwise until the mast is deployed. Crank the handle until the mast is vertical and seated securely against the rubber pad located at the base of the mast support. Apply approximately five pounds of pressure on the handle to leave sufficient tension to lock the mast in place. Once fully deployed, remove the handle crank and place back into the storage box. Check the leveling of the trailer and make any leveling adjustments if any are needed.


Deploying the Mast



Powering the System On

Powering On

There are two control switches, one powers up the entire system and the other controls the blue LED strobe lights. These switches are located in the storage box. Switch both to on and wait for the systems to power up. The cameras will run through a five-minute self-check and the entire system will be operational. By default, the system will automatically start recording all cameras.





Remotely Accessing the Cameras

Accessing the System

Using the Cyber-Secure app or client software, a user will have immediate access to the camera’s view and control for adjusting each camera’s default viewing position. The app is available as iPhone and Android apps. To locate the app search for Cyber Secure by Backstreet Surveillance. Download and install on device, then call our support center for access to the system. 1-800-431-3056 Option 3.




Locking the Leveling Struts

Locking the Leveling Struts

Install the locking straps around the leveling struts, they are steel cables secured with combination locks which operate on the same code as the key lock box. Secure the straps around all four struts and their handle so the handle cannot be turned.







Tongue Lock

Install the tongue lock and put the key in the key box or the storage box. Remove the tongue wheel/strut and take with you so it cannot be vandalized.


Securing the Trailer


Locking Up

Once you have confirmed the cameras are live on your phone app, lock the trailer up. Secure the access panel, put the crank handle back in the storage box, place the keys back in the key box.


Locking Up


Initial Setup

If this is the first deployment for the trailer, we recommend contacting our support department for help customizing the operation of the system for that deployment. Our support center will help downloading the mobile app and grant access to the trailer.


Blue Strobe Lights

The manual toggle switch located inside the storage box operates the flashing blue lights on the trailer. We recommend they be operational during deployment, even during the day. People equate the system to be operational if they see flashing blue lights (excellent deterrence). For transportation, the toggle switch must be turned off, so the lights are not flashing, and traffic laws are not violated.



Sentry-Pro Surveillance Trailer Fully Deployed

Preparation for Travel

  • • Power the system down
  • • Drop the mast (don’t let the cameras hit the trailer)
  • • Remove the cameras & store them
  • • Secure the mast
  • • Switch the leveling struts to up position for travel
  • • Remove the tongue lock
  • • Store all parts in storage box
  • • Lock storage box & put keys back in key lock box
  • • Connect towing vehicle to trailer
  • • Test taillights
  • • Ready for travel


Included

  • (1) Crank Handle
  • (4) Keys
  • (6) Extra Allen Plugs
  • (1) Tongue Lock
  • (4) Combination Pad Locks
  • (4) Steel Strut Cables
  • Unlimited Factory Phone Support
  • 5 Year Equipment Warranty


Optional Services


Data Cell & Satellite Service – The trailer communicates with either a data cell service or satellite link. We provide these services, but the customer has the option of providing their own if they are not using our monitoring services. Please contact us to verify compatibility.


Live Monitoring and Dispatch – The trailer can be monitored live and provides real time deterrence and dispatch services. Contact our service center for pricing.


Vandalism Insurance – The trailer and all components is covered under our 5 year warranty. This covers component replacement if any item should fail due to normal operation or a manufacturer’s defect. The warranty does not cover intentional damage or vandalism. If you are concerned about damage due to vandalism please call our service center, we will be glad to quote a monthly insurance fee which will cover all vandal related damage to the trailer.

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