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Reolink Argus 3, Lumus and Go PT surveillance cameras presented

Reolink Lumus
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CES 2020 has been running at full speed since today and Reolink has presented the Argus 3, Lumus and Go PT cameras in Las Vegas. The three models differ in their respective purposes. Let's take a quick look at what's new.

Reolink presents three new smart cameras at CES 2020. The first two innovations are the two WLAN cameras Reolink Argus 3 (battery version) and Reolink Lumus (wired). In addition, there is the Reolink Go PT, which has a 4G module and can also be operated with a battery.

Reolink Argus 3 & Lumus

As an important addition to the Argus series, the new models come with a pre-installed headlight that can be activated automatically or manually by the user when motion is detected. The headlight increases security in the dark and acts as a deterrent for burglars.

Reolink Lumus

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Key Features:

  • Battery and solar operation
  • Motion activated headlight
  • PIR motion detection
  • 1080p Full HD
  • Starlight night vision
  • Built-in 90 dB siren
  • IP 65 weatherproof

Reolink Go PT

The new PT version, the Go PT, is a surveillance camera with 4G module and pan / tilt function. This was specially developed for areas without WLAN or power connection and at the same time offers a comprehensive view for users.

Reolink Go PT

Image: Reolink

Key Features:

  • 4G LTE mobile network
  • 355 ° Pan & 140 ° Tilt
  • Battery and solar operation
  • PIR motion detection
  • 1080p Full HD
  • Starlight night vision
  • IP 65 weatherproof

Details on prices and availability are not yet available. In addition, one will also have an RLC-410 Prototyp (PoE camera with AI functions) at the exhibition. With face recognition, the camera should be able to identify people or animals and better protect the home.

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