Hello @tkhkbn, the Duo WiFi battery-powered cameras are not shipped yet. I am sorry for the delay caused by the chip shortage and congestion at ports. Our team will send you an email with shipping details later. If there are any updates on the shipping of the Duo cameras, I will definitely share the latest news with you. Let me know if you have any additional questions or ideas.
1. Would you please contact reolink service by email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for further help on this camera? 2. RLC-411 has no built-in mic. So, it will not record or live view audio.
I was told by ReoLink you can use 2 non-reolink cameras with this NVR. I this NVR and I have hooked one off brand camera up once and got it to work. But firmware updates could have changed that since I tried.
The red flashing light means the HDD is doing record normally. The sound might be the MD alert with the Audio warning. You may turn it off in the followed steps: Connect your NVR to a monitor by HDMI. (If the monitor has no display, please connect it to a VGA monitor first and change its resolution to 1920*1080). Go to page ALARM-->MOTION/VIDEO LOSS/EXCEPTION and do the same setup on the AUDIO WARNING as below:(MD for example)
Sounds great. Looks like I will pick-up the cameras, POE NVR, and a POE switch to properly connect them like in Option #2. I had looked at the NVR environmental details, but have not for the cameras. Good to know they are the same. I would assume the cameras are a bit more rugged than the NVR as they are all solid-state while the NRV has a spinning hard disk. I think I will have a slight change from the attached network image with a secondary switch used to connect the devices in the house. Thanks for the recommendation!
The password and confirm passwords were identical, I have no doubt about that. I wasn’t the only one entering it. I had a buddy enter it as well, same result. That wasn’t the issue. I unplugged it, let it sit overnight, and plugged it in again, used the SAME password (it’s the same one I used for years, is “complex” but not difficult) and it let me in.
I’m a little wary at this point that perhaps I’ve got a defective DVR. Nothing was changed, other than unplugging it over night.
Hi, we do pay attention on your problem. Please kindly send a email to firstname.lastname@example.org about the details of your problem, we will help you to find the problem and try to solve it.