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Reolink 5MP PoE IP Camera - RLC-410

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From my understanding, this product works with Blue Iris and other NVR software. It also has Reolink cloud and NAS support.

https://reolink.com/product/rlc-410/
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I'm not an expert by any means, but the guys at ipcamtalk don't like Reolink cameras.

https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/why...ink.44172/

Keep in mind, these guys look for things most average users who are happy with Ring doorbells probably don't care too much about.
The day time picture is fine. The night time picture isn't great. I use an older REOlink and it does the same thing.
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Apparently this camera can be run without using PoE
yeah, but you have to buy a power supply for it. That's the case on just about any poe camera out there.
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poe camera requires some work to run some wires Frown hope there's deal for wifi camera
Yeah, but you'll never have issues with connectivity. It's worth the investment.
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I used a lot of information from ipcamtalk to setup my own IP camera system. It went reasonably well. But lately I went back, and there have been a lot of problems with the Fenderman mod who is shitting on Reolink in that thread.

I won't go into all of it here, but I strongly suggest you google "ipcamtalk fenderman reddit" if you want to read some really interesting stories.
That fenderman is one major A-hole. If he doesn't agree with you, he'll boot you, cus you out and lies about anything.
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poe camera requires some work to run some wires https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif hope there's deal for wifi camera
this can be powered without PoE, but you have to buy a separate DC converter, as it does NOT come with one
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I have UBNT POE switch. Can I use this camera to replace my UBNT camera and use a generic NVR? UBNT NVR sucks. Thanks
It will power with any 802.3af PoE switches. It should work with any NVR where you can setup to record from an IP address
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I have UBNT POE switch. Can I use this camera to replace my UBNT camera and use a generic NVR? UBNT NVR sucks. Thanks
UBNT POE is 24v, and this reolink POE is 48v.

for the other posters asking about stand alone recording, these reolinks include a sd card slot and they can record motion events to the card and a person can view them on a timeline in the app.
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no it doesn't. Will run just fine without. Just won't have any recordings.
You can add a micro sd for recording, and view those recordings from the reolink app.
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I just helped a friend install these cameras at his has station with DVR.

Tremendously easy to install the system. The camera quality is great. Also this is a great price.
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UBNT POE is 24v, and this reolink POE is 48v.

for the other posters asking about stand alone recording, these reolinks include a sd card slot and they can record motion events to the card and a person can view them on a timeline in the app.
UniFi Switch 8-60W POE is 48V.
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UniFi Switch 8-60W POE is 48V.
my bad you are right.
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Thanks, in for one to test out. Would like to get away from Arlo & Wyze eventually but haven't pulled cable yet. I bought a similar Amcrest but not real impressed with video quality.

I found BlueIris deal while back so I have tried that out but it doesn't support Arlo & Wyze. BI has tons of configuration options to keep you tweaking settings for days and days. 5MP cameras increase CPU usage noticeably.

Currently running TinyCamPro app in AndroidX86 VM on my main PC for monitoring video.
HI Kevin,

The issue is that Arlo and other cloud cameras do not expose an rtsp stream to your LAN.

Blue Iris and other VMS software tend to follow well established open IP standards.

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.. the only location I can mount my camera for my front porch is on metal. When activating sound is has a loud hum, possibly from the metal vibrations or interference. Once removed from the metal the hum goes away. I will be purchasing another one if I can get it for this price. Thank you
Hi jaculop

Try sandwiching a wood section between the metal and camera. See if that dampens the issue.
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Yes it needs a central recording device (NVR)
NVR is optional. I built my home cam system by my own home server. This cam supports ftp as well.
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HI Kevin,

The issue is that Arlo and other cloud cameras do not expose an rtsp stream to your LAN.

Blue Iris and other VMS software tend to follow well established open IP standards.



Hi jaculop

Try sandwiching a wood section between the metal and camera. See if that dampens the issue.
Hey mat2000,

With the specs being listed
Does this camera's field of view would be adequate to attach under second story eave, so I can monitor a driveway that is 15ft away?
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