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Reolink 16 Channel Video Surveillance System, 5MP 16CH NVR with 3TB HDD, 8 PoE Security Camera 4MP for 24/7 Recording& Remote Home Monitoring System RLK16-410B8
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- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "4k security camera system"
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- 4MP SUPER HD & NIGHT VISION: Record real-time live video with 1440p (4MP) cameras. You can see incredibly bright and crystal images in real color. See up to 100ft in darkness with powerful IR LEDs.
- EASY SETUP: True Plug & Play setup, very easy for you to install, configure and control! Even just a beginner can install it within several minutes. No wiring hassles.
- UNFAILING 24/7 RECORDING: Get reliable 24/7 recording with the built-in 3TB HDD, and you can install an extra internal hard drive (up to 4TB) and an external hard drive (up to 4TB). Support up to 16 cameras recording simultaneously.
- INSTANT ALERTS: Receive real-time alerts, including push notifications to your smartphones, email alerts and the warning sound of the NVR buzzer. Recorded evidences are uploaded to a FTP server.
- WORK WITH REOLINK POE CAMERAS: Work with all Reolink 5MP or 4MP PoE IP cameras, such as RLC-410/411/420/422/423 cameras. A perfect security camera system to manage up to 16 cameras easily.
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Reolink RLk16-410B8 16-Channel 4MP PoE NVR DIY Kit Security Camera System x 8 Bullet Waterproof PoE Outdoor/Indoor IP Cameras
16CH 4MP PoE IP Security Camera System for Home and Business
RLK16-410B8 comes with one 16-channel 4MP home security PoE NVR and eight 4-megapixel PoE outdoor/indoor waterproof security IP cameras, with built-in 3TB HDD for 24/7 video recording and monitoring. This system offers 1440p Super HD quality video, much clearer than 1080p and 720p. What’s more, the security system has 2 network connections – with and without network. It won't occupy your home network and it transfers stable video streaming in internet. It’s a real plug and play system, enables you to do it yourself (DIY). It works with any Reolink indoor/ outdoor PoE IP camera, including RLC-410/410S/411/411S/420/422/423.
PoE Security Network Video Recorder Specifications
IP Video Input: supports 16 IP cameras
Video Outputs: VGA, HDMI w/ Monitor or HDTV
Compression Format: H.264
Recording Mode: 7/24 hrs recording
Recording: Fluent Footage without loosing any second
Playback: 4 cameras play simultaneously
HDD Installed: Pre-installed a 3TB HDD
HDD Capacity: 2x internal HDD ports, 1x external HDD port, 4TB for each port(support up to 12TB in total)
Network Interface: RJ45 x 1
Power over Ethernet Sockets: RJ45 X 16
USB Interface: USB 2.0 x 2
Working Temperature: -10℃~+55℃(14°F~131°F)
Remote Access: iPhone/Android Phone, Windows/Mac PC
PoE Security IP Camera Specifications
Image Sensor: 1/3" 4Megapixel CMOS (2560 x 1440)
IR LEDs: 36pcs
Night Vision: 65-100ft
Minimum Illumination: Color-0.05LUX/F1.8, B/W-0Lux (IR on)
Working Temperature: -10℃~+55℃(14°F~131°F)
Power: Power over Ethernet
PoE – Easy Setup, Even for a Beginner
A real plug and play security system, and features PoE (Power over Ethernet), with a single network cable connecting each IP camera to the NVR for power supply and video signal transmission. It comes with 59ft 8Pin network cables which save much time and cost to look for wires. It can run up to 330ft CAT6 8-pin Ethernet cable.
Reliable 24/7 Recording with Built-in 3TB HDD
The system comes with a pre-installed 3TB HDD in the NVR for 24/7 video recording. It supports all the cameras (up to 16 cams) recording at the same time. You can also install an external hard disk drive via e-SATA for more storage. You can try motion detection recording, which will trigger recording only when motion is detected.
Remote Access Has Never Been So Easy
With only 3 simple steps, you can use Reolink App and Client to access the camera. You can get live streaming and other control on your iOS or Android mobile device, stay informed whenever there is a thing and playback whatever happened.
Night Vision up to 100ft
The security cameras stand out for its incredibly Excellent images at night. 36pcs infrared LEDs enable long night vision distance (up to 100ft).
Work With All Type of Reolink Cameras
The 5MP PoE NVR works perfectly with all Reolink 5MP and 4MP POE IP cameras and WiFi cameras for 24/7 recording, motion detections, live views, playback and more features.
PoE IP cameras include: RLC-410, RLC-411, RLC-420, RLC-422, RLC-423, etc.
WiFi IP cameras include: RLC-410WS, RLC-411WS, RLC-422W,RLC-423WS, C1 Pro, etc.
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A couple notes -
- Update the firmware for the NVR as soon as you get it. It should be the first thing you do.
- Update the firmware for the cameras immediately after you update the NVR firmware, preferably before installation (just in case :-) )
- Remember NOT to send the ethernet to the cameras from the NVR through a router. That will not work. POE needs a direct path.
- You'll need minor networking skills if you need to access the NVR from the outside world - i.e. directly accessing the system. This will require port forwarding of your router (assuming you have some firewall in place)
- Using the UID system (rather than port forwarding) requires the NVR to be able to talk with Amazon's servers. This is where my concern is. There is nothing from Reolink regarding the security of the data. Since all of my cameras are external, I'm marginally troubled by this. If I had indoor cameras, I couldn't fathom using the UID system. I have no confidence that my data is secure or who gets to see it.
- To that end, I've tried using my private VPN to my internal network from the outside (routed so that the requests to the NVR come from a local IP rather than VPN IP), and the app does not like it. To that end, the app doesn't really like anything other than UID access. I'm hoping this will be fixed so I can layer my own security the way I want it and not have my data out of my control.
Installation - 5 stars - way too easy
Setup - 5 stars - very easy even if you modestly technical
Picture - 5 stars - pretty awesome
Night picture - 4.5 stars - mostly my issue with latent light around and minor blockage of IR LEDs - still pretty good
Ease of use - 4.5 stars - again, modestly technical people will find it easy to navigate and use
Cybersecurity - 3 stars - this one is the hard one if you have inside cameras...who gets to see what you've got on the cameras?
Good value, I think - at least for me.
Normally, I do not discuss delivery, but in this case, I was given a delivery date of about 6 weeks after ordering it and was shocked when it showed up a mere 6 days later. That gives you an automatic smile.
First, let's discuss setup. Setup was incredibly easy. You run your Ethernet cables from the NVR to the cameras. The cameras are POE and power is injected at the NVR; therefore, you only run a single cable per camera. Once you run them all and turn on the switch, you're ready to begin configuring. I initially connected my NVR to my tv; however, I couldn't get anything to display on my TV. I then hooked up a computer monitor via VGA cable. That came up fine. The problem was that the output resolution was set too low; therefore, my tv couldn't handle the signal. The initial configuration walks you through changing the password, and after that I went to Display Output and changed it the 1920 x 1080 which made my tv happy and allowed me to unplug the computer monitor. I went ahead an changed the IP setting to Static and gave it an empty IP. I then went in and changed the time zone followed by renaming the camera and assigning them the channels I wanted. Changing the channel allows you to determine which camera shows up in which window.
Next, I went to the menu selection that brought up the square bar code (I'm not sure what they call that). I downloaded the Reo-Link app to my iPhone and then just scanned the square bar code showing on my tv and bing-bam-boom I could see the device and all the cameras on my iPhone.I didn't have to do any port forwarding or anything else on my router, which is kind of nice. It's not a huge deal to do, if you've done it before, but it's still saving the hassle of doing it.
The colors from the cameras are excellent. Much, much better than any other consumer system I've seen. I'm not even talking about side by side comparisons, I'm saying that you'll immediately see how much better the picture is. When you use the phone app, you're not going to see nearly as much resolution as you see when you watch on a tv connected via HDMI to the NVR.
Honestly, I was expecting a slightly better picture considering the high pixel count on the cameras. You can easily recognize people, faces, etc, but license plates are a bit tough after about 35 feet from the cameras. I decided to go ahead and order a couple of their cameras with the 4x optical zoom to keep zoomed in on the road coming and going to grab plate numbers if need be.
The cameras have audio, and it is pretty dang good audio at that. The "trick" with the audio is that you have to have it not only turned on for each camera (done via software on NVR) but also have the NVR set to record audio as well. If you don't tell it to record audio, you won't hear audio. I can't seem to hear any of the audio over my phone using the Reo-Link app. I'm not positive I'm not screwing something up, but I think it just doesn't do audio on the app. I haven't had the chance to research this yet.
As the description says, this system can handle 8 cameras but comes with 4. At the moment, I have 5 cameras hooked up to mine, and will be up to 8 in a few months. (I don't feel like getting back in the attic to run more cables right now, and I'm still waiting for their PTZ camera to be in stock).
The nigh vision is extremely good; however, you must keep in mind the limitations to such technology. First, you don't see any colors with the night-vision, it's just various shades of green. Additionally, it appears as though the "shutter" times are increased; therefore, any fast movement gets blurred. The night I put my system up, some teenagers egged a friends car parked out front. I was able to see the person leaning out the truck window throwing the egg, but I couldn't make out a face, was unable to know what color the truck was other than seeing it was two-tone with dark on top and light on the bottom, and there was no way at all to read the plate. Honestly, it was even tough to distinguish the model of the truck for sure. I know this might sound bad, but I'll bet you it still showed more than any other consumer system on the market. Had it been daytime, I would have telling you what color his hair was and what year model the truck was for sure.
In my backyard at the moment, I have two of the camera up. In the screenshot (captured from my phone) you see attached, there are no lights on in my backyard. Pretty much all of what you see is illumination from the night-vision. If I had looked out the window, I wouldn't have seen a thing.
I was very leery of purchasing this system, because I couldn't find a single review of the system online. I'm guessing that they just started selling in the US recently after selling primarily in Asia. I had been looking to upgrade systems for about a year now, but couldn't pull the trigger due to so many of the consumer systems just being below the standard I wanted. After seeing some screen shots of an acquaintance who returned his Sony cameras in favor of Reo-Link cameras, I decided to take the gamble on this system, and I am not disappointed. At this price, no other system can beat it. I actually have two friends who are buying this system to replace theirs after seeing mine.
Like I said, I was hoping for a bit more resolution from these MP cameras, but I'm still very satisfied.
The unit is a little bit on the loud side. You wouldn't want this in a bedroom, that is for sure.
If I could give partial stars, this setup would have gotten a 4.4 from me.