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You will need a backup battery and a controller/ converter for 5 to 6 volts and 1.5 amps
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As you can see on the photos, the first (ARLO) has a battery cover on the bottom of the camera. The PRO versions have it on the back. I believe the main difference between PRO and PRO 2 is the resolution.
There are so far 3 version of Arlo wireless camera.ArloArlo ProArlo Pro2The covers that I designed are for Alro only, not for any of the Pro versions, which come with rechargeable batteries and external usb charging port so they don't need this solution.Just make sure you use a 2 AMP power adapter because less than 1.5 may not work or may work on and off.
I have the same firmware, HW Version H7
I see you also have a Pro. Is that camera running from rechargeable batteries or just by the Power Supply? Just curious because I don't remember the difference between the Pro and Pro2 other than the resolution.
I modified 2 of my 4 cameras and both have been working for weeks. I get constant notifications from both of them, they also work at night with the IR illumination.I remember reading that some users experienced similar issues with some cheap 123 size batteries that didn't have enough milliamps or drained very quickly.Have you tried to update your camera firmware? My cameras were not working at the beginning but once I replaced my power charger (5v 700mA) with another (5v 1.5A) and updated the firmware as another user suggested everything work well and is running for more than 1 month so far.
There are links to get parts ordered on the instructions.
Need more amps. 1.5 at least.
You need 1.5 AMP power. 5VDC at 1 AMP is not enough.
The part that I made is available at Etsy.https://www.etsy.com/listing/585074785/wireless-ar...
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