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Hi,I have a pair of RLC-510A which I am installing ONE at the front door, and the other on the other side at a higher height.My question is how do I HIDE the ma*sive wires/plugs of this thing? I am pa*sing through the wires through side of the garage into a PoE switch, problems is, I either have to make a HUGE hole, and pa*s all the 3 wires through, which may not work due to thickness of the wall (only way is to try and see), OR I have to just pa*s through a regular CAT5 cable through and THEN the 3 wires/plugs would be dangling away at someone's reach!Any neat solutions on how to do this cleanly?!Thanks
@nancybiglou_599258431316120 Just install Reolink Junction box and place all cables in it. Go to Reolink site and have a look.Check here for Junction Box B10 https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/360025524954-How-to-Install-a-Reolink-Camera-with-Junction-Box?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4OybBhCzARIsAIcfn9n2MZpoDfFowtSDDz9l0xHoTXAIYGT_ekbVwZ9dgUH59kSFuh-_6EcaAmNpEALw_wcB
@nancybiglou_599258431316120 FYI, my RLC-510A.
@nancybiglou_599258431316120 The key word to me was "garage". I have five Reolink cameras on the exterior of my house (one WiFi and four PoE). That bundle of wires is a chore. What I did was drill a 1" hole directly behind the camera mount. Push the biggest item through the hole first, then the other two wires. Nothing shows on the outside of the house at all. The hole is entirely covered by the camera mount. (Note that this obviously cannot work if the camera is not mounted on the wall or the roof eave. I prefer not to expose cameras to rain. (When customers complain that their "weatherproof" electronics were damaged by exposure to the elements, I think, "Told Ya So.")
@sasuke This is what I did. I am even considering doing this inside my garage.
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