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Reolink 4MP 8CH PoE Video Surveillance System, 4pcs Wired Outdoor 1440P PoE IP Cameras, 8MP 5MP 4MP Supported 8 Channel NVR Security System with 2TB HDD for 24/7 Recording RLK8-410B4
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- Plug and Play PoE Camera System – With a simple PoE connection, users only need to plug the security camera into the NVR, making installation easy enough for beginners and convenient enough for DIY enthusiasts. Camera cables stretch up to 270ft via a CAT5 or 330ft via a CAT6 Ethernet cable.
- Built-in 2TB Hard Drive – Supports 8 channels recording simultaneously. Secure your home and business 24/7 with smart motion-triggered alerts. Users can also set their NVR to automatically overwrite the oldest footage to make space for new files, or you can export those video files via a USB drive.
- 4MP Super HD and Vivid Night Vision – Get magnificent images and videos day or night with 1440p resolution. An advanced automatic IR-cut filter helps to capture surroundings at night for up to 100ft. Now you can see all that occurs in your home or business no matter what time of day it is.
- Remote Access – The free Reolink app allows you to add an unlimited quantity of Reolink cameras for Live View. Users can you can watch security footage through WiFi-enabled or 2G, 3G, and 4G smart devices, allowing you to check in on your home or business anytime, anywhere.
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How we got our start?Reolink started up in 2009, and ever since then, we’ve been devoted to creating the finest security products for consumers and business owners.
What makes our product unique?Our first product was launched in July, 2009, which received rave reviews from customers who are sensitive to both quality and service. Until now, Reolink has helped hundreds of thousands of people from all around the world.
Why we love what we do?We strive to develop innovative and progressive technology so that we can provide our customers with intelligent and straight forward solutions. What you think matters is what we care about. We hope a small step we take will lead to a big change in your life.
PoE Network Video Recorder Specifications
- IP Video Input: Supports 8 IP cameras
- Video Output: Monitor or HDTV via VGA, HDMI
- Compression Format: H.264
- Playback: 4 cameras can playback simultaneously
- HDD Installed: Pre-installed a 2TB HDD
- HDD Capacity: 1x internal port, 1x external port, 4TB for each port (Support up to 8TB in total)
- Power over Ethernet Sockets: RJ45 X 8
- USB Port: USB 2.0 x 2
- Working Temperature: -10°C +45°C (14°-113° F)
- Remote Access: iPhone/Android Phone, Windows/Mac PC
PoE IP Camera Specifications
- Image Sensor: 1/2.7" 4 MP CMOS (2560 × 1440)
- Lens: 80°@4.0mm
- Night Vision: 65-100ft, 18pcs IR LEDs
- Viewing Angle: Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 58°
- Sound: Built-in Microphone
- Power: Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Working Temperature: -10°C +55°C (14°-131°F)
Note: Reolink Systems only work with Reolink Cameras.
What's in the Box?
- 1 x 8CH NVR RLN8-410
- 4 × 4MP PoE Cameras B400
- 1 x 48V NVR adaptor
- 1 x USB Mouse
- 1 x 1M Cat5 Cable
- 4 x 18M Cat5 Cable
- 1 x 1M HDMI Cable
- 1 x Quick Start Guide Brochure
PoE – Easy Set-up, Even for Beginners
Power, video, and audio run through a single PoE cable, making installation a lot simpler. Cameras come with 59ft 8Pin network cables, which can stretch to 270ft via CAT5 and 330ft via CAT6 ethernet wiring. Users can enjoy an easy set-up without having to purchase additional cables.
24/7 Recording and Protection
Feel protected 24/7 with 8 cameras running simultaneously. With a pre-installed 2TB HDD, users can record videos continuously without worrying about missing a thing. 2TB hard drives can also be replaced by up to 4TB of storage.
Reliable Remote Access
With the free Reolink app, users can access footage via their smart device (IOS/Android) or computer (Windows/Mac). Watch live streams and view playbacks instantly, helping you stay informed whenever, wherever.
Customizable Detection Zone
Users are able to customize a motion detection zones, allowing you to position your camera where it would be most effective. This also helps reduce the amount of false motion triggers from raindrops, snowflakes, trees swaying in the wind, car passing by, or any motion from a neighbour’s home.
Smart Motion Alerts
The PoE camera security system detects moving objects and triggers alerts when danger occurs. Users will be sent an email and push notification immediately to their smart device, allowing for quick action when trouble arises.
The 8MP/4K PoE NVR works perfectly with all Reolink 8MP, 5MP and 4MP PoE IP cameras and WiFi cameras, providing users with enough flexibility for 24/7 recording, motion detection alerts, live views, playbacks, and many other beneficial features.
|8CH POE Security Camera System||4MP Add-on POE Camera||4MP Add-on POE Camera||8MP Smart Security Camera System||8CH POE Security Camera System||8MP Smart Security Camera System|
|Channel||8 Channel||/||/||8 Channel||8 Channel||8 Channel|
|HDD Capacity||4TB via SATA, 4TB via e-SATA, 8TB in total||/||/||6TB via SATA, 6TB via e-SATA, 12TB in total||4TB via SATA, 4TB via e-SATA, 8TB in total||6TB via SATA, 6TB via e-SATA, 12TB in total|
|Smart Person/Vehicle Detection||/||/||/||✓||/||✓|
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I've had this set for a little over two months now and am just now writing my first review. I wanted to be sure I knew what I was talking about and would be able to explain everything I like or dislike about these cameras.
• I bought these cameras in hopes that they would be faster than my old Arlo cameras and let me tell you they are so much faster; I couldn't be happier. I open the app and click on the camera I want to view and within seconds I'm watching a live stream of my house.
• The POE (power over ethernet) system is pretty simple with just one cable used to power the camera and provide picture.
• They seem very sturdy and unlikely to get messed up from being outdoors. With that being said I still mounted them in a spot where hail or other weather-related things couldn't harm them.
• This one is to be expected from wired cameras so it wasn't a big deal to me but for some it will be difficult or annoying to have to crawl to your eaves from inside your attic. It's going to take time and will probably be very hot, but with the right tools and someone helping from outside it's not to terribly difficult.
• The instructions do not go into detail on how to mount these cameras on your eaves. If you are trying to run the cables through the attic to your eaves like I did and not simply staple the cables to your wall outside, then you have some work ahead of you. I had to watch more than few Youtube videos before I was confident enough to start the install process.
• Last and this is just my opinion others might disagree, but the app can be a little difficult to navigate. I have gotten used to it by now so it's not a big deal, but new owners will have to give themselves time to learn the system and how it works.
For those doing their own install I've included some pictures that I hope will help.
I installed three bullet cams so far and one dome shaped camera. The pictures are of the dome shaped camera install.
In your kit and each camera you buy afterward you will get a template sticker that is the exact same shape and size as the bottom of the camera. Peel off the back and stick it where you want to place the camera. Keep in mind that bullet cameras are an easy target for thieves, yes, they will rip them off your eaves and run away with them. You could wish and hope it catches their face on video so you can pass it on to the cops, or just plan ahead and put it somewhere where it will be hard to get to. One other option is to buy a dome shaped camera that you can place just about anywhere. Because of the dome shape it is very difficult for someone to come by in the middle of the night, grab it, and rip it off the eave. I only needed one dome shaped camera, I mounted it above my driveway. The others are behind my fence and much harder to get to.
Once you have the sticker on the chosen spot on your eaves get yourself a spade bit, I used a 7/8 bit which was just the right size hole to feed my cables through. The camera will have three cable ends one is a reset button, the other is an ethernet connection, and the last is an alternate 12 volt power option for your camera. Drill through the eave making sure that there are no live wires running through the attic directly above you and try not to drill into a wooden beam or stud which will block you from feeding your cables through.
Next you’ll need to drill the mounting holes for the camera itself. The dome shaped camera had 4 holes and the bullet cam had three holes. You’re going to want to drill a hole close to the size of your plastic anchors that came in the kit. Unfortunately I forgot what size brill bit I used for the anchors. I think it was a 7/32 or a 15/64. Start out small and work your way up. If the hole is too narrow for the anchor to fit you can always go bigger, but if you drill too big to fast the anchor will not hold when you drill a screw through it. When the holes are drilled push the anchors in until the anchor is firmly in place.
When that’s done you will need these two tools to help finish up the job. Now these are optional but will really help make a tricky job a lot easier. You will need a roll of fishing tape commonly used by electricians to, you guessed it, fish wires from behind walls or in this case eaves. You should also get a long piece of ½ inch Pex tubing like I have in the picture. Mine was 10 feet long and more than enough. I actually had a piece of this tubing lying around my garage from a previous plumbing job and let me tell you it was a lifesaver for this install. Remove the template sticker and have someone standing outside by the hole while you go through the attic taking the ethernet cable with you to where the hole and your friend are.
Next have the person outside push the Pex tubing through the hole until you can see it on your end. If your eaves are tricky like mine have your friend bend the tubing first then feed it through. The Pex will stay bent and not spring back to its original shape. Once you are able to see it and grab it have your friend feed the fish tape through the tubing until it comes out of the tubing on your end. Once it’s on your end hook one end of the ethernet cable on to the fishing tape (make sure it’s secure) then have your friend pull the tubing and the fishing tape out all at once. Be sure to bring the opposite end of the ethernet cable with you as you leave the attic so you can connect it to the DVR.
When the ethernet cable is through the hole and outside simply connect the cable to the camera, tuck all wires in through the 7/8 hole, and screw the camera to the eave. Then connect the other end of the ethernet cable to the DVR, side note you are going to have decide where to place your DVR. I’ve seen people on Youtube videos leave them in the Attic, and others have them right by their TV. I placed my on top of my kitchen cabinets which means I had to drill a small out of sight hole though my ceiling to bring the wires down from the attic.
All you have to do now is power up the DVR, download the app, and set up everything through your phone or computer. I hope this helps give you confidence to do your own install and helps make it easier for you.
(The last four pictures are of two different spots around my house in the daytime and at night with and without the night vision.)
Here's my experience trying to setup this system...
First off, the system comes nicely packaged and looked sturdy. The parts looked clean and new and while I can't comment on the quality or grade of ethernet cabling, I assume they are just stock cat5 cables.
It should be a standalone system so I plugged in a monitor into the VGA port on the NVR and then powered up the system according to the big warning label (plug in first, then power up). Nothing. I did notice there was a small spark as I plugged in the unit so there appears to be grounding issues. Never-the-less I switched to another monitor in case the first was defective. Still nothing. Ok, must be a dead VGA port. I then switched to the HDMI port and still there was no display of any kind showing up on my monitors.
Hmm, ok so let's see if we can access this box remotely then.
I hooked an ethernet cable from my router to the dedicated LAN port. Dead. No flashing connectivity lights. I read on other Amazon reviews that switching to one of the 8 dedicated camera ports should work. Tried that and voila! LAN lights come on. So we have some life but at the cost of a camera port.
After connecting two cameras, I downloaded the client app from the maker's website to my PC and tried to access the NVR remotely and after some fiddling with the interface (app client interface has room for improvement), finally got the camera feeds to show up. For 1080p image resolution, I was less than impressed with the image quality. Objects seemed fuzzy or slightly out of focus. We're talking about distances of 1 feet to about 30 feet during the afternoon withing my living room. Digital zoom was out of the question as it made things even more blurry. I have a 720p indoor camera system and those images were a lot clearer in the same lighting conditions.
I tried to record the video feed and while that did work, I found it odd that the recordings were being stored on the PC and not the 2TB harddrive that is supposed to come with the NVR. I couldn't figure out how to enable recordings to the NVR's harddrive, the app doesn't have that control. Having to keep my PC on defeats the purpose of having a remote harddrive. The downloaded client app is not remotely fully featured when compared to some of the youtube reviews for this product. There is no way to tell if the harddrive is working or not, it's supposed to be there but the LED status light never came on and the downloaded app is too limited in features to access it.
In summary, too many dead ports, harddrive not accessible, and I paid for an 8channel system but can only use 7 channels due to dead LAN port, have to keep PC on to record. For the amount of money paid, one would expect this system to work straight out of the box and standalone. Makes you wonder about the quality control for these products. This box should never have been released to the public. Rather than rely on the quality of replacement parts, it was an easy decision to just return the system.
I am not an expert on security camera systems but I do have some knowledge of networking and setting up LANs.
I cannot recommend this product at all.
Kudos also to Amazon's return policy.