Ridiculous amount of motion notifications---- doorbell camera
For the past 7 days, the second the sun goes down our doorbell camera starts detecting motion constantly. We turned the sensitivity to low and I look at the camera and there is no movement what so ever. Not even a car driving by. Anyone else had these issues??? Can't seem to get through to anyone on the phone???? Went to bed at midnight and by 6 am, my phone had 65 notifications. I hate to turn the motion completely off but at this point I feel like its the only option????
1 year ago
if you get through your not likely find anyone that can help you !
I hate to say it but SS may be hiring unqualified people. They all have the same dog and pony show it is always on our end, never ss problem , That is a joke !
I mean being unqualified because the company is not training the people only giving them the same speech to send out to the customers( I believe this was called (propaganda ) if you have a problem tell the people backing you! stop coving up!
I'm even having a problem getting the simple little rubber cover to go over the indoor cameras so I can use them outside! these covers no longer show up on my product ordering forms? SS FIX THIS PLEASE
I hope SS isn't trying to force us to purchase their outdoor cameras over these? I've got a few thousand dollars invested in my old SS and now a new SS system but I'll chunk it all in the thrash in a heart beat and mark it up as another experience. over all I really like my SS but SS has more than ONE major issue.
As for your problem 1st try dusting it off every day due to spiders are really active, I know ( just try it, and call SS every day on a day shift until they fix or replace the door bell! Every day I'm retired and can cost them plenty to tie up their techs if that is what it takes!
(Ring) isn't any better I know some of the dummys that work for them too!
Call SS Call SS ! over the past years SS has been great They just need awaking i guess. P.S Do not believe the response SS sends if your camera drops out ( we are working on this Issue) Call them every day until they upgrade to better equipment! They have many good Techs it just sort of hard to find them? dlb in Tn
A little spider inside a camera lens can be a night mare open the doorbell if you know how and blow it out Too! may not help I've been down this road before! CALL in day time if possible ! sort of like going to Lowes after day shift goes home ! waste of time
1 year ago
At night, the Video Doorbell Pro uses infrared to detect motion (kind of like the Motion Sensors for inside the home). That means it's really looking out for sources of heat moving around the scene. If you're getting a lot of triggers, there might be something within view that generates a lot of heat in contrast to the environment - so it might be a light, or some sort of animal (or even bugs), etc.
If you're comfortable with sharing, you can post the view from your camera at the time of the triggers and we can help identify what the trigger could be.