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I am in need of some more wired cameras that record to a PC hard drive via the Reolink Client for Windows. I have previously used the RLC-410 5MP cameras with much success and happiness.Will the RLC-510A do the same thing?This is the description from the Amazon page:
Nothing says PC hard drive via the client. It says that you can access things via the Client. I want it to record to the PC hard drive, rather than SD card, NAS, FTP or any other method. I'm a computer technician. I know that most people use their phones for nearly everything, or maybe have NAS storage devices, but I am old school. I have 5 PCs running all the time, and more when I am working on client's computers. I have monitors lined up everywhere.Will this camera work for me, or do I need to quickly buy all the RLC-410 5MP cameras that are available on eBay?Or do you have any old stock of the RLC-410 5MP cameras that you want to get rid of?
My experience is that all RLC cameras have the same basic capabilities. What the RLC-410 will do, the RLC-510A should do as well.I have (just now) set a camera up to record most of tomorrow morning to the PC.If there is a file (or files?) there tomorrow, then my RLC cameras behave the same as your RLC-410.p.s. It was not clear from the post if the need is to store "motion" recordings or "time" recordings.
@crimp-on_62210811129 I am wanting to record on motion 24/7.
Hi, there. RLC-510A owns all the functions that RLC-410-5MP has, including 1.Power over Ethernet2.100ft Night Vision3.Audio Recording4.Smarthome5.Motion-triggered recording (default); scheduled recording; 24/7 recordingBesides, RLC-510A supports 256GB SD card and Person/vehicle/motion detection while RLC-410-5MP only supports motion detection.
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