July 2, 2020 at 2:12 am #1019596
I have a few reolink cameras and started recommending them to my clients to replace foscam and other brands. So far the clients have loved the reolink cameras. I recently set up an E1 and E1 Zoom. Both installs were quick and easy. Wifi range is marvelous. The video quality and wide lenses are amazing. I can actually capture the whole room with the right placement.
Attachments:July 2, 2020 at 3:15 am #1019663
I started off installing wired 4mp cameras in my barn so I can check on goats that are getting ready to give birth. They have been a life saver so we don't have to go out to the barn and check on animals. I have since added cameras around my house and a dvr. I love it because I can keep track of my house wherever I am. Keep up the good work!July 2, 2020 at 4:53 am #1019761
I have a Reolink Eco camera which is sold as a solar powered wireless camera. This truly is a ”wireless” camera. This camera is a good choice for applications which require operating the camera at great distances from the router. The camera can be purchased with a small solar panel, which is sized for powering the camera, under normal conditions with controlled access. I opted for building my own self contained power system which is built into a portable mounting stand, and can be positioned anywhere within a long distance radius. All of the parts are readily available and easy to assemble. The solar panel that I chose, is rated at 12 volts @ 25 amp/hrs. The stand is a readily available galvanized saw horse, which makes a very stable mounting stand. The closed area at the top of the saw horse, is used as an enclosure for housing a 8 amp/hr-12volt lithium rechargeable battery, along with a voltage regulator. This enhanced powering system allows for more video viewing, and more reliable powering even on multiple cloudy days. I also added a yagi antenna for better signal range. This particular camera has IR detection, which I like much more than motion detection for outdoor use. It's been 100% reliable and has good resolution!
Attachments:July 2, 2020 at 6:45 am #1019839
I'm adding a correction and additional info. to above post:
Solar panel is 25 watts and not 25 amp/hrs
also, if you decide to order a yagi antenna, be sure to order one with a _RP-SMA (connector) and 2.4GHz frequency. Don't forget to use a voltage regulator which is suitable for 12 volt output. Not using a regulator can damage the camera.
Be sure to anchor the legs, if you think it needs more wind resistance.
Feel free to forward any questions.July 2, 2020 at 7:33 am #1019875
La casa è controllata ma i ragni di notte tessono le loro ragnatele sulle camere, e si sporcano facilmente, per il resto migliore acquisto non potevo fare.
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Attachments:July 2, 2020 at 10:52 am #1019998
I posted a few reviews.
Attachments:July 7, 2020 at 4:16 am #1024368
Having recently moved house I felt less secure by not having CCTV, after many ours of research I purchased the 5MP RLK8-410B4 system and an extra 8MP camera to cover the back door and the tank for heating oil, oil theft is rife in the UK countryside. The system was easy to install, the power over ethernet alleviated the need for an electrician and the system configured itself. The picture quality is fabulous, far exceeding the expensive albeit old system at my previous residence. I have recommended it to my friends and family. The only negative I can find so far, and it is nothing really. The supplied CCTV signs are pale blue and don't stand out and so they are useless. Besides this the kits are excellent value and I will be adding a wireless camera to my system to cover the inside of my garage.July 7, 2020 at 8:33 am #1024555
Our family uses the Reolink Argue 2 model. It's especially helpful when we were away for the winter season by allowing us to keep an eye on our home. The app works seamlessly with our smartphone devices and I would say that overall we're very pleased with this productJuly 8, 2020 at 12:13 pm #1025598
i just give you a view of vietnam rural
Attachments:July 14, 2020 at 10:37 pm #1031186
The best cameras I have tried on the market. My first turned on, the NVR was already added to my email. It was very easy to install. Several neighbors have already convinced him and are going to change their old products for a new Reolink system. I am very excited and my wife too
Attachments:July 22, 2020 at 8:46 pm #1038277
I purchased my first webcam for home use, Reolink E1 Zoom. Very easy to get set up and working with apps on iPhone/iPad and PC. Also straight forward to get it working with my Synology NAS and Surveillance station.
General impressions are very good – good functionality and features and easy to use.
Would highly recommend it.July 22, 2020 at 10:24 pm #1038349
Easy to install and configure. I like 4k quality. Record videos and take photos and listen to people at the door. Detection motion is great. I think you can talk to them on the speaker, but I still don't install them. At the end of the day you will have a list of the number of times your camera detected movement.I downloaded the application for my Mac and I can also see them by IP
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