A few questions about Reolink Lumus frequently asked by Reolink users are listed here. Click them to get the answer you need. 

  • Can I connect the camera to my PoE NVR system?

    Yes, Reolink Wi-Fi cameras can be connected to Reolink PoE NVR in an indirect way. You can follow these steps to connect them:
    Step 1. Connect the camera to a Wi-Fi router via Wi-Fi signals, and it needs to be powered via a power adapter.
    Step 2. Connect the NVR to the same router by a network cable.
    The NVR will pick up all the cameras on the same network.

  • Does the camera support NAS?

    No, the camera does not support NAS.
    You can insert a micro SD card for it to save motion videos. This camera supports up to 128GB micro SD cards with FAT32 format and Class 10 read & write speed.

  • Does the camera support cloud storage?

    The models supported by Reolink Cloud in some countries may be different. Please take the information on cloud subscription page for reference.
    Note: You can also save video clips into a micro SD card (supports up to 128GB), or a Reolink NVR.

  • How can I power up this camera?

    The camera can be powered by a 5V 2A DC power adapter (A 1.5-meter one is shipped with the camera). You can check what is in the box at the end of the overview page.
    The camera itself also has a 3m tail cable attached.

  • Can this camera support smart home like Google Assistant?

    Yes, currently, this camera can work with Google Assistant.
    Tips: How to add this camera to Google Assistant?

  • Can I turn off the spotlights?

    Yes, you can turn off the spotlights manually.
    By default, the camera's spotlights are motion activated: it will turn on automatically when a motion is detected. You can turn them off or adjust the brightness to your liking.
    Please note that with the spotlights on you can enjoy clear color night vision, but if the spotlights are turned off, you will only see black and white images at night.

If you still can't find the answer to your question, here is more information about the FAQs of your camera or please feel free to contact us.