REOLINK 8CH 5MP Home Security Camera System, 4pcs Wired 5MP Outdoor PoE IP Cameras, 4K 8CH NVR with 2TB HDD for 24-7 Recording, RLK8-410B4-5MP

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  • 5MP SUPER HD & STUNNING NIGHT VISION: Capture crystal clear videos day & night with 5MP super HD cameras. The 18pcs infrared LEDs allow you to get high-quality night vision up to 100ft, helping you to protect your property even at night.
  • PLUG & PLAY POE SYSTEM: With a single network cable, you can connect each IP camera to Reolink NVR for both power supply and video transmission, making the installation easy enough for DIY enthusiasts and beginners.
  • CUSTOMIZED MOTION DETECTION: Featuring detailed detection settings, the Reolink system allows you to adjust the sensitivity level, area and recording schedule of the detection, thus decrease some potential false alarms and help you enjoy peace of mind day & night.
  • ENHANCED VIDEO RECORDING: Thanks to the built-in mic of Reolink cameras, the system can pick up ambient sound and help to add another layer of security despite the reliable 24/7 continuous recording.


Q&A Time: Question 1: Can I add a different camera to this system?Answer: Yes. You can add any Reolink PoE cameras and Reolink plug-in WiFi cameras to the system. However, we don’t recommend you add third-party cameras to it since there may have some compatibility issues. Question 2: Can it work without Internet?Answer: Yes. All the Reolink PoE systems can work offline. However, under such a situation, you will unable to access the system remotely via Reolink App/Client. Question 3: Do the cameras support sound?Answer: Yes. You can enable the function for each camera in the camera settings. Easy to Operate Thanks to the simple and intuitive Reolink software, the system can be accessed in multiple ways for remote control and live view without any subscription. Read more Expand to Meet Your Needs With expansion capabilities, the system supports up to 12TB storage (SATA & eSATA). Up to 12MP Reolink PoE and WiFi cameras can also be added easily. Read more Main Features View and Playback in 5MP/30fps Featuring the latest technology, the wired security camera system can record in crystal clear 5MP at 30fps, providing you with some unnoticeable details while maintaining smooth on- screen movement. Customizable Motion Zone Setup motion detection zone to your liking and decide where objects' movements will be detected. Once completed, you can reduce unwanted alarms and only receive true alerts recorded in the monitoring area. Real-Time Motion Alerts As dangers occur, a prompt e-mail or push will be sent to your smart devices while the NVR itself will make sound warnings and upload videos to your FTP server, allowing for your quick action when trouble arises. Read more Why Choosing Wired PoE System? What's in the Box? 1 x 8CH NVR with 48/52V Adaptor 4 x B500 PoE Cameras 1 x USB Mouse 1 x 1M Cat5 Cable 4 x 18M Cat5 Cables 1 x 1M HDMI Cable 1 x Quick Start Guide 4 x Packs of Screws and Other Accessories RLK8-410B4-5MP PoE System Specifications RLN8-410 NVR Specifications IP Video Input: Up to 8 Reolink IP camerasDisplay Resolution: Up to 4K for HDMI and 1080P for VGACompression Format: H.264Power over Ethernet Sockets: IEEE 802.3 af/atWorking Temperature: -10°C +45°C (14°-113° F) B500 Camera Specifications Image Sensor: 1/2.7" 5MP CMOS (2560 × 1920)Lens: f=4.0 mm Fixed, F=2.0Viewing Angle: Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 58° Reolink Systems only work with Reolink Cameras(up to 12MP). Kit cameras of the system cannot work without the NVR and don't support Smart Home function. Read more 8CH POE Security Camera System RLK8-410B6-5MP 16CH POE Security Camera System RLK16-410B8-5MP 16CH Smart POE Camera System RLK16-810B8-A 16CH Smart PoE Camera System RLK16-820D8-A 5MP POE Security Camera RLC-410-5MP 5MP POE Security Camera RLC-520 Channel 8 channel 16 channel 16 channel 16 channel / / Pre-installed HDD 2TB 3TB 3TB 3TB / / HDD Capacity 6TB via SATA, 6TB via e-SATA, 12TB in total 2x 6TB via SATA, 12TB in total 2x 6TB via SATA, 12TB in total 2x 6TB via SATA, 12TB in total / / Smart Person/Vehicle Detection / / ✓ ✓ / / Weatherproof IP66 Certified IP66 Certified IP66 Certified IP66 Certified IP66 Certified IP66 Certified

Product Dimensions: 14.76 x 7.68 x 11.42 inches

Item Weight: 13.5 pounds

Item model number: RLK8-410B4-5MP

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Date First Available: October 20, 2015

Manufacturer: Reolink Digital

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5.0 out of 5 stars | This Reolink Security System is All About the App
Short Version: For my money, this Reolink 5MP security system is the absolute best in its class. Installation and setup are quick and easy, and the image quality is crisp and sharp day or night. But it's the outstanding phone and tablet apps that separate this system from the rest of the field. Reolink clearly put a lot of thought into app functionality, and it pays off. Long Version: This was actually the second 5MP security system I bought to replace my aging Q-See 720P system. Unfortunately, the first system I bought (ZOSI) was crippled by a really poor phone app. Since I usually live-view or playback when I'm away from home, the app is a crucial component. After returning the ZOSI system, I did a lot more homework, including watching a number of YouTube videos. The Reolink app looked to have the best functionality and ease of use, so that's the system I chose. Installation was straightforward. This is a PoE (Power over Ethernet) system, so I used my existing BNC cables to pull the new CAT5 cables. I made up a plywood drill guide to accurately drill the screw and cable holes in my soffits. This is one improvement I could suggest: I wish Reolink would provide a molded plastic drill template, as this would make camera mounting easier. With the cameras installed and the CAT5 cables in place, all that's left is to hook up the NVR. Initial programming could hardly be easier - far more user-friendly than my old Q-See system. Last step was installing the apps on my phone and tablet, and this too was a snap, with a QR scan taking care of most of the process. There's also a Windows client that lets me view and control the system from my laptop. The phone app is excellent. On opening the app, it automatically goes to your most recent view. This is great, as I most often check the camera at my front door to look for packages when I'm away, or to see who's at the door before deciding whether to answer. To save bandwidth, the phone app view is medium-res, but there's a cool feature called "Clip" that gives you a high-res closeup you can drag and zoom around the overall view. Rotate your phone, and the view instantly switches to full-screen. The playback feature is also excellent. It's quick and easy to navigate to the time period you want to replay. Simply tap the date and then select the time block (the recordings are saved in roughly 1-hour blocks). Drag the slider to find the exact period you want to replay, then tap the camera icon for a still photo or the movie icon to start recording video. I do wish there was a 30 second skip forward/back option, as this would make finding the exact moment of interest a little easier. Photos and videos are saved to local storage, but you can also set up a cloud account and have them upload automatically. The app also supports remote control PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) cameras if you decide to add one or more to your system. The system comes with 4 cameras, but the NVR supports up to 8, so you have room to upgrade. The system also supports push alerts to your phone. You can choose which cameras to send alerts and choose the portions of their fields of view to ignore so as to reduce false alarms. The motion detection is very sensitive, so I'd recommend selecting only the key ares, like your front steps and mailbox lid. Alerts are almost instantaneous. Finally some comments on the Windows Client: This too is a useful tool, as when working from home I can keep it running in the background and quickly see who's at the door. Because my laptop is on the same router as the NVR, live view is much sharper than on my phone. The client also supports closeup "Clips" for getting a sharper view of some object of interest. I would add that Reolink's website is excellent, with regularly updated setup how-tos and support FAQs, and their tech support staff are fast and efficient in replying to questions. All in all, this security system has met or exceeded nearly all my wishes and expectations.
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2019 by Jim Ryan

4.0 out of 5 stars | Great Cameras!!
I live out in the country and powered cameras were not suitable. Chose Reolink after much research about use on large property. I ran Cat6 wire in some underground access tubes to the farthest locations (approximately 150 feet). Honestly the most difficult part was terminating the Cat6 wire - what a pain. Once I had the cameras in place they came on line instantly. Super easy. I added two additional wired cameras and two wifi cameras to bring the total to 8. The wifi cameras work well but I've placed them at about their max so occasionally lose feed. Next, I have the cameras recording 24/7 and found that the weekly overwrite on the NVR (due to space limitations) was too quick for my needs. that's when things became a bit tricky. The documentation included with the cameras could use more detail. I'm not a real tech person so I found out the hard way that not just any external hard drive works with the NVR. I had to read a ton of online conversations to understand that the external drive should be a) No larger than 4TB b) a DRV/NVR suitable drive. I was so frustrated after returning one drive, buying a second eSATA cable thinking that was my problem. I finally sent off a may day to the Reolink folks and much to my surprise they stuck with me until we found a solution. Ultimately they had me open up the box (again, I'm not a tech person but bravely took on the challenge) and send them photos of the connections inside the box. Once they determined that all was well, they had me unplug the existing Toshiba drive and plug the eSATA cable directly in to my external (Fantom) HD. At first nothing but then I initialized the Fantom and the NVR found it. Next I plugged the Toshiba back in, added the Fantom via the external eSATA port and both showed up. While Reolink has a ways to go in terms of documentation, I was extremely impressed with their eagerness to help me find a solution. I hope they use my experience to add to their User Manual. It could certainly help others avoid some frustration.
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2019 by PJ

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