Reolink Go PT Plus is a battery-powered camera that supports smart detection, two-way audio, pan & tilt, time lapse, cloud storage, etc. This article will guide you in configuring these functions for Reolink Go PT Plus.

  1. Smart Person/Vehicle Detection
  2. Siren
  3. Two-Way Audio
  4. Pan & Tilt
  5. Clip
  6. Time-Lapse
  7. Cloud

Smart Person/Vehicle Detection

Based on traditional motion detection, smart person/vehicle detection is a more advanced technology with further optimized algorithms to distinguish people and vehicles from other objects and therefore reduce false alarms.

For more accurate detection and fewer unwanted alarms, you can customize the detection zone, sensitivity, object size, and camera recording schedule for the person/vehicle detection on Reolink App/Client. 

Especially by setting up the maximum object size and the minimum object size for person detection and vehicle detection, you can reduce false alarms caused by spider webs, light changes, and raindrops. The movements of objects smaller than the minimum size or larger than the maximum size will not trigger alarms. 


Cameras with audio alarms or Siren can make a loud prolonged sound as a signal or warning when the camera detects motion alarms.

You can enable this feature via the Reolink APP or Reolink Client.

Two-Way Audio

Two-way audio allows you to receive and transmit audio through the camera. Reolink cameras that support two-way audio have a built-in speaker and microphone. You can talk through the camera via your Reolink App/Client when you are far away from home.

  • On Reolink App

    1. Log in to your camera on Reolink App, go to Device Settings > Advanced, and enable Record Audio.

    2. Return to the camera live view interface. Tap the loudspeaker loudspeaker.jpg icon to turn on the audio and tap the Talk talk_button.png button to enter the 2-way audio interface.

    3. Tap the microphone microphone.jpg button to talk and tap the button again to turn it off. To exit the 2-way audio page, tap the cross exit-button.jpg icon. 

      For more details, please refer to How to Enable Two-Way Audio via Reolink App. 

  • On Reolink Client

    1. Launch Reolink Client, log in to the camera, and go to Device Settings > Camera >Audio and Light to enable audio recording.
    2. Enable audio (click the loudspeaker icon at the bottom right corner of the Live View interface) and click the microphone icon at the bottom of the live view.


      Click the microphone to start talking. The two-way audio function is enabled and you can talk now. To turn the microphone off, click the microphone again.


      For more details, refer to How to Enable Two-way Audio via Reolink Client (New Client).

Pan & Tilt

A camera with the pan and tilt feature is capable of remote directional control (left/right/up/down).

Pan means the camera can rotate from the left and right, allowing the camera to have a wide coverage area, while Tilt means the camera can tilt up and down, giving the camera a wide vertical range of coverage.

Note: Go PT Plus doesn't support optical zoom. Only digital zoom is available.

You may refer to the instructions below to control the camera. 

  • On Reolink App

    1. Tap the PTZ icon to unfold the PTZ menu.
    2. To control pan/tilt, please press and hold on the circle button and move it left/right/up/down.
    3. PTZ_app.png

      For more details, please refer to Using Pan/Tilt/Zoom via Reolink App.

  • On Reolink Client

    1. Launch Reolink Client and connect your camera, then click on the screen to call the PTZ option like the picture below.

    2. To control the Pan/Tilt, please click the directional arrows to manually control the direction of the camera. 


      For more details, please refer to Use Pan/Tilt/Zoom via Reolink Client (New Client).


The clip function helps you enlarge the detail from the live view.

  • On Reolink App

    1. Log in to the camera and go to the Live View interface, tap the Clip button to enter the Clip interface.
    2. Drag the rectangle to the part you want to magnify, as instructed.



      For more details, refer to How to Use Clip via Reolink App.

  • On Reolink Client

    1. Log in to the camera and click the Clip icon at the bottom of the Live View.
    2. Move the rectangle on the clip view to enlarge the part you want to check.


      For more details, refer to How to Use Clip via Reolink Client (New Client).


Time-lapse photography is a technique that speeds up the passage of time so that events seem to happen faster. In time-lapse videos, the slow changes of objects or scenes are compressed into a short period of time to present wonderful scenes that are usually undetectable to the naked eye.

Follow the instructions below to set up a time-lapse capture.


Reolink Cloud service is based on cloud computing technology. It can perform video storage, editing, and retrieval over the Internet. Reolink Cloud service is not compulsory but optional.

At present, the Reolink Cloud is supported by several Reolink camera models in different countries and regions. Check Reolink Cloud Availability to learn more.

For common settings of Reolink battery/solar powered cameras, refer to Device Settings for Battery-Powered Cameras.