Reolink Argus 2 1080p Solar Powered Outdoor Security Camera

Reolink Argus 2 1080p Rechargeable Battery Solar-Powered Outdoor Camera

Looking for a affordable wireless home security camera that runs on battery or solar-power? well the Reolink Argus 2 1080p 2 megapixel security camera is a awesome choice. I have been runing this camera and the sun charges the battery so i never have to charge it and the camera is completely wire free, so no need for a power outlet to power the camera.

UK Reolink Argus 2 IP Camera
UK Reolink Solar Panel

US Reolink Argus 2 IP Camera
US Reolink Solar Panel

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Hardware Features

Reolink Argus® 2
Image Sensor SONY 1/2.8″ CMOS Sensor (Starlight Sensor)
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 (2.0 Megapixel)
Lens Fixed, with IR CUT
Angle of View Diagonal: 130°
PIR Detecting Distance Up to 9 Meters
PIR Detecting Angle Horizontal: 120°
Minimum Illumination 0 Lux (With IR Illuminator)
IR Distance Up to 33 Feet
Dimensions 119 x 65 x 59mm
Weight (battery included) 350g
Interface Built-in Micro SD Socket
Built-in Microphone and Speaker
Reset Button
Micro USB Battery Charge Interface
Protocols & Standards SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, P2P
Image Compression H.264
Maximal Frame Rate 15fps
Code rate 768Kbps ~ 2048Kbps
Audio Two-Way Audio
Browser Supported Not Available
Access to Camera Smart Phone: iOS, Android
Computer: Windows, Mac
Standby Awaken PIR Alarm, Remote Access, Reset Button
Record Mode PIR Alarm Record
Wireless Standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Operating Frequency 2.4GHz
Wireless Security WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
Type Specification SAMSUNG/18650/5200mAh/3.63V, rechargeable Lithium Battery
Battery Level Indication Yes
Ordinary Life 4 – 6 Months
Temperature Operating Temperature : -10℃~+55℃
Storage Temperature: -40℃ ~ 70℃
Humidity Operating Humidity: 20% ~ 85%
Storage Humidity: 10% ~ 90%
Weatherproof Yes


This Post Has 21 Comments

  1. Filip's World

    Brian which music you use in this video and where you get other music for other videos?

  2. fixitdaz

    now that's a clever Idea. Great Review Bri

  3. OzAqua

    Thanks for this review.
    I presently have 4 Swann cameras set up around my property and have wanted to install a couple more but haven't because the first 4 were a real pain to install with all all the wiring. So this might be a good solution. I just have 2 questions….
    1. Could I set up a spare Android TV box connected to a spare TV and use the app that you mentioned to basically mimic the set up that I have for my other 4 cameras, which are connected to a pvr and a TV in my office which shows all 4 cameras at once? Or would I need to wait for and outlay for the home base?
    2. Do you think the magnetic connector would withstand a very strong storm?

  4. Great looking Sec Cam, love it's solar powered. Great Video although I did keep hearing what sounded like a razer or something at times…

  5. Compton

    Great quality from the camera the poor little solar panel probably will not get much sunlight it being in UK lol in any Case probably don't need much sunlight

  6. Albi Dajti

    nice video
    you are making good money by doing those videos and product testing.

  7. Nopparuj

    I think it is a typo in the description (chargies -> charges)

  8. damolin77

    Awesome Brian now days you can never be to safe

  9. Nick Poverman

    We have the ring video doorbell stick up camera with the solar panel. Much easier to set up and the video is much better.

  10. Sunil Kumar Das

    I have MI max too!
    Anyway,this product is not available in Amazon india!

  11. Britec09

    Important Note: I forgot to put the resolution to max and frame rate to max to give clearer picture

  12. MAC

    Using the Solar panel, how long does it actually keep the battery charged before having to plug it in manually?

  13. Sunny Isles

    My battery lasts 2 weeks from full charge . In the UK there is virtually no sun , so the solar panel does not sufficiently charge the camera. Theres no way the battery lasts 6 months !

  14. D T

    Can the solar panel be plugged all the time to maintain the charge of the camera? Also, is there cloud storage in case the camera becomes disabled?

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