Applies to: All Reolink NVRs
The NVR's keeping beeping may be caused by motion buzzer, video loss buzzer, exception buzzer, or the stuck system.
Cause 1: The beeping is caused by motion buzzer.
Solution: This buzzer is a normal situation. When the motion is detected by the camera, the NVR will beep.
Cause 2: The beeping is caused by video loss buzzer.
Solution: The NVR may have experienced a camera's video loss and thus trigger the beeping. To solve the video loss issue, you can contact the Reolink Support.
Cause 3: The beeping is caused by exception buzzer.
Solution: There are four kinds of exceptions: HDD Full, HDD Error, Net Disconnected, and IP Conflict. If you have an issue with any of those, please contact the Reolink Support.
Cause 4: The beeping is caused by the stuck system.
Solution: Please reboot the NVR.
If you want to disable the audio alarm (beeping), you can refer to: