Bolyguard MMS Camera Signal Booster
If the network is not strong enough in the area where your trail camera is, we recommend this signal booster to iron out any network issues. Most MMS cameras need between three and five bars of signal to operate efficiently. Signal and network issues can vary with weather conditions, much the same as your mobile phone signal may vary in these conditions.
Another thing to consider with the location of your MMS camera is scouting out the location and what is around. If you are in a hilly or even mountainous area, you may find your signal is very low because of natural occurrences blocking the mast signal. If there are a lot of buildings nearby, this can also block the signal for sending MMS, as well as railway lines between your position and the nearest signal mast.
The Bolyguard MMS Camera Signal Booster helps your MMS camera to consume less power when it no longer needs to search for network all the time.
Our own tests show that an MMS camera in a bad network area can consume up to 30% more power, much the same as your mobile phone will use more battery in an area with bad signal or no signal at all.
Another advantage of the antenna signal booster is that the supply of images from the camera will be more stable when there is a proper signal to the network.