Applies to: Reolink battery-powered cameras.
Q: How the does the Reolink battery-powered camera record?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera record based on the motion detection (used PIR sensor), and you may record to the micro SD card (optional) or upload to the Reolink Cloud. Please note battery-powered cameras doesn't support record for 24/7.
Q: What's the PIR sensor?
A: PIR is a passive infrared sensor, it is used to detect the motion in front of the camera (limited area and depends on the installation).
Q: What's the max capacity micro SD card supported?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera supports up to 64GB and you may mix the Reolink Cloud to use.
Q: How long does the battery last?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera will enter the standby mode to saving the battery life when no motion triggers and the user accessing, for the normal triggers and using(10 times/day and 1 minutes/time), it will last about 2 months.
Q: How does the Reolink battery-powered camera alarm when the motion triggered?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera provides Push Notification/Email Alerts/Siren (based on the camera speaker and supports customize audio) for the motion triggered and you may set the schedule to control the working time as you need.
Q: What's the software I can use with the Reolink battery-powered camera?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera only supports Reolink App and Reolink Client to avoid the battery abused.
Q: How to remote access the Reolink battery-powered camera?
A: Reolink battery-powered camera provides UID(based on P2P) for the remote accessing and you may just add the camera via UID to log in it remotely without any special settings.
Q: Why the speaker is not loud when I used the 2-way audio?
A: For the Reolink battery-powered, the loud volume will drain out the battery life soon. If you thought the volume is too quiet, please provide a short illustrative video of the sound and contact our support to check.