Wireless 4CH Gateway, 32GB microSD with 4x 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Audio Capable Bullet Cameras with PIR
- 4 Ch. Wi-Fi Gateway
- Pre-installed 32GB Micro SD Card (Support up to 128GB)
- 2.1 Megapixel Bullet Cameras with 100’ Night Vision (4)
- Built-in Speaker and Microphone
- Built-in PIR for more accurate motion detection
- Up to 1000 Ft Outdoor Wireless Range
- Two-Step Smartphone View Setup – iPhone and Android
- Revowireless.com - Access your NVR from the IE browser
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With incredible video quality, ease of use, and powerful networking tools, The Revo Wireless unique design complements any home or business. The Revo Wireless superb video quality is based on IP Wi-Fi technology which brings the power and beauty of digital high definition video and wireless right to the heart of your surveillance. Installation is quick and easy. Wireless video transmission eliminates the hassle of running cables. Plug the 4 CH Gateway and camera(s) into a nearby power outlet. The Gateway doesn’t support a video output (no Monitor connection) and set up is done through the “REVO Wireless” mobile app. The “Auto –Pair” technology will seamlessly pair the camera(s) to the recorder to start streaming HD Video. The recordings are stored on the included 32GB micro SD Card. The Gateway supports up to 128GB Micro SD Card. The Indoor/Outdoor wireless bullet cameras feature 2.1 Megapixel Sensors, double the resolution of standard 720p HD. IR arrays illuminate the scene up to an unprecedented 100' in total darkness. The camera feature a built-in Microphone and Speaker for 2-way audio communication. The camera comes with built-in PIR which limits false detection and reduce storage and bandwidth. View your Revo Wireless cameras from anywhere. Using the “Revo Wireless” Smart Phone/Tablet app simply scan your Gateway QR code to begin mobile viewing. Access your Wireless NVR via the web using “www.revowireless.com”.
TomQ:The system is labeled as "wireless", but in SETUP is described connecting CAT 5 cable to each camera: "Every security camera is connected to the NVR’s PoE (power over ethernet) ports via Cat 5e cable. All you need to do is install your cameras in the required area and feed the cable to the NVR!" Which is it?Saturday Feb 09 , 2019 : 17:18 PM
The system is labeled as "wireless", but in SETUP is described connecting CAT 5 cable to each camera: "Every security camera is connected to the NVR’s PoE (power over ethernet) ports via Cat 5e cable. All you need to do is install your cameras in the required area and feed the cable to the NVR!" Which is it?