Reolink RLC-812A 4K 85-degree FoV PoE secruity camera with 2-way audio - $50 (Eugene)
condition: like new make / manufacturer: Reolink model name / number: RLC-812A size / dimensions: 4K
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I bought 4 of these and only ended up using 3, this one is unused. This is a Power Over Ethernet security camera, which means you have power and data with one ethernet/internet cable. This model has a GoPro quality 4K sensor, PIR motion sensor, visible daylight LEDs, and 2-way audio so you can talk to people through the camera. You do get the included mounting screws, but they are not pictured.
Power Over Ethernet means you get the power and the internet data on one Cat5e ethernet cable, and you have to plug it into your internet router. I have the screws to mount the camera and you get a Reolink sticker to ward off trespassers, but they are not pictured. The benefit of this PoE injector is that it's 24W, which means that you can power two Reolink PoE security cameras with one power supply (meaning you only drill one hole) if you buy a PoE+ gigabit Ethernet extender; I can sell you a new one for $25. The cameras can take up to a 256GB Micro SD card, I recommend you get the 256GB Team Group High Endurance V30 card on Amazon for $20.
I have the drill and can tip ethernet cables. I will install the security cameras for $30 per hour which includes ordering any requested ethernet cable and parts, with a minimum 1-hour paid when installed, or you can buy some at Home Depot, you will also probably want some Coaxial wall plates for the inside but you must choose the color. Most of them are plastic but there are metal ones for less than $10.
If you need more Power Over Ethernet ports and/or more ethernet ports, I have two PoE ethernet switches, which are like USB hubs for your internet wires. One is a 5-port TP-Link TL-SF1005P gigabit PoE ethernet switch for $25. The other is a Prosafe GS108P 8-port Gigabit switch with 4 PoE ports and 4 unpowered ports for $35. Also, check out the RLN36 36-channel PoE+ NVR (Network Video Recorder), it has some alarm inputs, that cost $180 new.
I do have a 1-liter Ryzen 5 Pro 2400GE Lenovo M715Q with 16GB DDR4 3200 RAM running at 2933, a 256GB NVMe boot drive, and a 500GB hard drive for sale for $150 that would be good for recording with these, but you would need to use an external hard drive or upgrade the internal drive to a 2TB or 3TB. I personally use the Windows Reolink app and record to an older all-in-one desktop with a hidden external hard drive to fool robbers who may steal the computer. It's nice to have an extra PC that is always on to browse the internet, print stuff, play games, online chatting, emergency phone calls, etc.
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