Off-Grid Solar PTZ Recommendations

On a single tower will be a long range thermal/color PTZ (100W average) camera and an Axis Q8685-LE PTZ(80W) into a a switch and to a Bridegwave microwave link (50W). Peak consumption should be 250W max, average probably little over 100W

It's in the middle east in a desert so sun light is abundant but at the same time temperature and conditions (frequent sand storms to coat the panels) are brutal and definitely not ideal conditions for battery life longevity. Although I believe burying the battery in a suitable cabinet might also be an option.

If anyone's dealt with something similar and has a reliable recommendation that would be much appreciated.

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