Applies to: Reolink Go
Normally the batteries can be recharged for about 500 times, and the battery life affected by many factors and also varies from your settings, usage & working environment
- In Standby mode, the batteries will last around one month. Standby mode: when there is no access to the camera from Reolink software or no motion detection triggered by the PIR sensor, Reolink battery-powered cameras will switch to standby mode to save the battery power.
- In normal use and one-time full charge, the batteries will last about 1-4 weeks according to different SIM card providers, working environments and your connection frequency. It’s strongly advised to use Reolink Solar Panel as the companion, which can ensure your camera with continuous power supply.
- In continuous live view and one-time full charge, the batteries will last about 10 hours in day mode or 7 hours with IR lights on at night mode.
- In continuous playback and one-time full charge, the batteries will last about 20 hours in day mode or 10 hours with IR lights on at night mode.