Jaste solar is a professional solar security camera manufacturer in Shenzhen,China. Our products include integrated type, semi-integrated type and split type solar 4g security camera.
1. How to choose a solar security camera which is suitable for Thailand
When you choose a solar security camera system, please consider your local sun irradiation and how many constant rainy days do you want? What function of camera do you want? Please tell your requirements to our salesmen, they will recommend an suitable solar surveillance system for you.
2. How to buy the solar cellular network camera in Thailand
Please contact our salesman (email:email@example.com), they will propose a solar security camera system based on your local sun irradiation and requirements.
We accept the payments of Western Union,Paypal, TT,L/C
3. How to send the solar powered surveillance system to Thailand
For small quantity, we will send the goods by air transportation or express.
For large quantity, we will send the goods by sea transportation
Thailand is located in the south central Asia Indochina Peninsula, bordering Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Malaysia. It borders the Gulf of Thailand (Pacific Ocean) in the southeast, the Andaman Sea (Indian Ocean) in the southwest, the border with Myanmar in the west and northwest, the border between Laos and the Northeast, the Southeast and Cambodia Neighboring, the Territory extends south along the Kala isthmus to the Malay Peninsula, adjoins Malaysia and its narrow part lies between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
Divided into four natural areas from the terrain:
Jungles in the northern mountains, vast paddy fields in the central plains, semi-arid farmlands in the northeast plateau, tropical islands in the southern peninsula and long coastlines. Most of the border is a low mountain and plateau. Terrain changeable, can be divided into West, East, South four parts.
The northeast is the Nakhon Ratchasima plateau, where the summer is extremely arid, the rainy season is very muddy, unfit for farming. Central is the Chao Phraya River (the Chao Phraya River) plain. From Bangkok to the north, the gradual rise of the terrain, the abundance of land along the Chao Phraya River, is Thailand's major agricultural areas. Mangrove south of Bangkok, Gulf of Thailand, the highest tide did not enter the water, ebb mangrove wetlands. The southern part of Thailand is the continuation of the western mountain range, and then the south of the mountain ranges form the Malay Peninsula. The narrowest part is called the Khejiang isthmus.
The general public in Thailand used the country's territory as the elephant's head, the northern part as "elephant crown", the northeastern local representative "elephant ear" and the Gulf of Siam as "elephant mouth" while the southern strip of land represented The "elephant".
Thailand's climate is a tropical monsoon climate. The whole year is divided into heat, rain and drought three seasons. The average annual temperature of 24 ~ 30 ℃. Annual temperature of no less than 18 ℃, the average annual rainfall of about 1000 mm.
From November to February, the cooler northeast monsoon is relatively dry, with the highest temperature reaching 40 - 42 ℃ from March to May. The monsoon is affected by the southwest monsoon from July to September, which is the rainy season.
Occasional tropical cyclones from October to December hit the eastern part of Thailand from the South China Sea via Indo-China Peninsula. However, there are only a few tropical cyclones formed in the Gulf of Siam and are generally around 20 ~ 35.
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