Installation Tips for Outdoor Wireless Security Cameras

When it comes to using Outdoor Wireless Security Cameras, many users find it challenging to achieve the advertised effectiveness. Here, we provide several installation tips to help you enhance the performance of your security cameras and evaluate whether the brand's claims are accurate.

Optimal Mounting Height and Angle:

One common issue users face is the inability to reach the advertised 30ft trigger distance. To troubleshoot this, place the device on a flat surface at a height of around 1m, maximize sensitivity, and set the trigger mode to "All Motion." Walk around 30ft away to check if the app accurately notifies your movements. If successful, it indicates that the device aligns with the brand's claims.

For the actual installation, we recommend a mounting height of approximately 2.5m, avoiding exceeding 3.5m. Additionally, choose a slight downward tilt during installation. A smaller tilt angle ensures a more extended trigger distance, as the sensor's recognition is based on linear diffusion from the center of the image. Keeping the distance between the top of the image and the camera around 30ft is crucial, considering the camera's perspective.

After installation, walk back and forth in the camera's field of view, adjusting sensitivity to ensure proper functionality.

Adjust Sensitivity Based on Temperature:

Temperature variations can affect sensor performance. If the ambient temperature exceeds 86 degrees Fahrenheit, consider increasing sensitivity to maintain the original trigger distance. In warmer months, higher temperatures may reduce the sensor's recognition range. Conversely, during colder winter months, decreasing sensitivity can help minimize false alarms.

Choosing Between Human Only and All Motion:

Deciding when to enable "Human Only" or "All Motion" depends on your camera's location and the surrounding environment. If your camera faces a busy road with frequent vehicle traffic, turning on "Human Only" can enhance the effectiveness of push notifications, filtering out non-human motion.

For locations with fewer vehicles passing or where the road is more than 20ft away, adjusting sensitivity and enabling "All Motion" ensures you won't miss important events, as it captures a broader range of motion.


By following these installation tips, you can optimize the performance of your Outdoor Wireless Security Cameras. Regularly testing and adjusting settings will help ensure that your security system meets your expectations and provides reliable surveillance.

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