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Hi allI made my own corner mounting bracket for RLC-823A with integrated threads…One 823A can be mounted in the middle and on each side its possible to mount 810 or 811 as well…
Dear Reolink-TeamAs I use a lot of reolink cameras for agricultural projects on farms etc. (indoor and outdoor) my wish is to be able to set updifferent user accounts with different operation rights...For example:
The actual main differencies regarding the users are more or less based on user configuration rights etc. but not really on operational featuresbut behind each Reolink camera seen via mobile phone or tablet is a user who wants to check something and so these user accounts should morebe based on "user" differencies...This is one of my main wishes which are out of practical use of lots of Reolink cameras.Thank you and best regardsDino
@mike_201907_662346852388871 There are 2 port PoE extenders available which are powered by PoE+ or PoE++ (PD / powered device) and can power two cameras with PoE+ each for example... Also available as an ruggedized outdorr version...
@antonio089_626720538640449 as nobody really answered your question I will try...Your question was: "Can I buy 1 or 2 more wifi cameras, to connect to the same wifi network of the first main camera, where is located the sim?"Basically a 4G camera with SIM card does not provide you any wifi network for other cameras so the answer is: No.4G cameras with SIM cards are only standalone cameras (unfortunately - and this is a disadvantage when needing more than 1 camera).If you need more than one camera and only have 4G connection it will be necessary to have a SIM card for each camera as one kind of a solutionor as the more professional way: use a 4G router and build your PoE network which is supplied by a good solar power system which you alsocould use for other things in that house if necessary...
@joseph_1979 true - but would be good to have the most recent firmware versions available on the website, I don't understand why this is not the case, because it is a lot more work to do when the support team has to reply on e-mails asking for firmware-files...
@user_757956322103537_757956322103537 Does the camera a normal start-up? (panning and tilting when connecting to power or PoE?) Can you ping the camera? Which firmware version do you use?
@joseph_1979 ...think this is not possible with 4G cameras for example...
@s-stoessler_71959255531 I fully agree. But: I prefer to do a different approach where I also can extend the system with more cameras and use the internet connection also for other devices like laptops, etc. for example...Like: using of a standard solar power system with battery (if not anyway installed in a cabin far away from a village) and use PoE powered cameras where the AI detection of people and cars and movements in general always works very nice and reliableand then use a robust outdoor 4G or 5G router resulting in having a small but perfect network at that cabin for multiple use and being able to add more cameras if necessary to see all around that cabin.I would never offer a solution like this camera & solar panel set to any customer because it is a standalone solution with no possible extra use at all... Hope you understand my point of view
@tom_498320825041125 where to find?
...any answer or comment from @Reolink-Fiona or @Reolink-Frazer on this?I am still waiting for the RLC-823A 16x to be listed on the firmware download site.
Just tested the new RLC-823A 16x - unfortunately the Autofocus does not work properly when in full zoom.. It never finds the correct setting by itself but when doing it manual it is possible to set it correctly.In general on the RLC-823A and RLC-823A 16x: the autofocus works very slow and especially with the 16x version the focus setting should be saved with the preset position as well so that all is set when a preset is activated.Would be great if this could be optimized in next firmware version and please make the 16x firmware also available online.Firmware: v126.96.36.1990_23041423_v188.8.131.52
I am wondering why someone needs 24/7 recording when very good AI with detection of people and cars and pets is available?!This solarpanel looks huge on a cabin and compared to the small camera I really dont see any reason to install this big thing on a cabin or small house.Is there really a need for a product like this? I install a lot of cameras on farms and places far away from villages but there was never a need for 24/7 recording.
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