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Is 15 the max total cameras (Arlo Go / Arlo Q)?

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KRIRAS
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I have in and around my house:

 

7 Arlo Go cameras connected to one base station

8 Arlo Q cameras connected directly to my router

 

I.e. a total of 15 cameras.

 

Am I right to understand that this is the maximum and I cannot add any more Arlo Go or Arlo Q to my setyp?

 

I have the "Elite" subscription.

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TomMac
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TBMK, yes... 15 cams are maxed...... 15 cameras was the max sysnced to any one base also

 

but Netgear does have a new set of  3 business plans which will support more cameras up to 40  ( 16, 24, 40 )

 

https://community.netgear.com/t5/Arlo-Knowledge-Base/What-Arlo-business-subscription-plans-are-avail...

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TomMac
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TBMK, yes... 15 cams are maxed...... 15 cameras was the max sysnced to any one base also

 

but Netgear does have a new set of  3 business plans which will support more cameras up to 40  ( 16, 24, 40 )

 

https://community.netgear.com/t5/Arlo-Knowledge-Base/What-Arlo-business-subscription-plans-are-avail...

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KRIRAS
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OK!

 

I can see that the plans allowing for more than 15 cameras are described as plans för "businesses". But maybe there are no problem using them for a "private customer" installation?

 

BR, 

 

Kristoffer

jcwrks
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Anyone can claim to have a home-based business.