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I have a Reolink Go PT which I have set to send an email and store a video on every movement detected. This schedule runs 24/7 and it means I have an archive of activity which I can look through if required.However, I would like to also receive push notifications out of work hours so I can review these movements as they occur but I don't want push notifications clogging up my phone during the day. The only method to do this is to disable push notifications on the app in the morning and enable them in the evening when we close up.This isn't very practical so if we could schedule when push notifications are active through the app, this would solve it
If the Reolink Go PT sends an email alert or push notification on detecting movement, it would be useful if the current remaining battery percentage was included.So for example, the email with the still image might note the remaining battery percentage in the email body and the push notification might note it in the notification bubble.This would save needing to login to the camera periodically to check the battery percentage, something I imagine consumes quite a bit of power
I'm using the Reolink Go PT 4G at the moment and I'm happy with the performance and features of the camera so far. However, the camera is not recommended for always-on recording due to it being battery powered and it is not recommended by Reolink to keep permanent power to the camera via a USB supply.-Might Reolink consider either adding 3G/4G capability to some of their existing hard-wired or PoE powered cameras or introduce a line of cameras that are always-on, always recording to SD, powered not by a battery but powered either via USB, 12v input or via PoE and have 3G/4G capability for remote live viewing, email alerts, cloud upload, etc... ?-A use case would be on a remote construction site where there are numerous methods to keep a small camera powered all the time (12v or USB supply from a machine, PoE from network switch, etc...) but where the 3G/4G capability would allow easy remote access and data upload. The reason I'd opt for 3G/4G handled by the camera too is that Reolink devices are supported by V by Vodafone natively whereas these SIMs would not be supported by an external modem connected to the camera.
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