Reolink Argus 2 now available as wire-free rechargeable battery & solar-powered security camera

Posted on Feb 8 2018 - 10:16am by Upgrade Staff

Reolink expanded its wire-free home security products lineup with the launch of a new wire-free rechargeable battery and solar-powered security camera, Reolink Argus 2. The new security camera features a long-lasting rechargeable battery, solar powering, starlight night vision, high-quality 1080p Full HD, smart PIR motion sensor, live streaming video with two-way audio, and weatherproofing.

The new Reolink Argus 2 supports flexible powering options. It is packed with a long-running rechargeable battery (supports up to six months on one charge). The weatherproof Reolink Argus 2 can also be hooked up to Reolink Solar Panel via Micro USB cable to be continuously charged and get non-stop power supply.

Another feature of Reolink Argus 2 is the starlight color night vision powered by Sony highly-sensitive image sensor, which gives users the visual details to better identify people, vehicles, and other details day and night. It captures 1080p HD videos and offers up to 33ft night vision.

With built-in 130° wide-angle and highly sensitive PIR motion sensor, Reolink Argus 2 detects human movement, sends real-time motion alerts (app notification and email), triggers siren alarm and records to inserted Micro SD card.

Reolink Argus 2 100% Wire-Free Rechargeable Battery Camera ( the rechargeable battery included) is now available for $129.99 globally. The Reolink Solar Panel for Reolink Argus 2 Security Camera is available for $29.99. All orders on Reolink website are shipped free of charge and covered by Reolink 2-year limited warranty.

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