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When your wireless settings or networking equipment change, the Wi-Fi cameras connected to the old network will disconnect from the internet. This is because they are still programmed with the old Wi-Fi information. Once the cameras have the new Wi-Fi information, they can reconnect.

Note: If your cameras are connected to an Alarm.com Smart Gateway, they will stay connected even if your network changes.

Prepare for a future network change

Let your service provider know that your networking equipment or wireless settings are going to change. They can then be prepared to help you reprogram your cameras after the change if necessary. For more information about contacting your service provider, see Contact your service provider.

Depending on how comfortable you are with reprogramming your camera’s wireless information, you can also attempt to reprogram the camera yourself.

How to reconnect a disconnected camera to a Wi-Fi network

The Alarm.com customer website and Alarm.com app have built-in troubleshooting wizards that you can access to get personalized reconnection steps. For more information about how to initialize the wizard, see Video Troubleshooting Wizard.

For general steps, there are three possible ways to reconnect a disconnected camera. Using WPS is the easiest method, but Access Point (AP) mode or Ethernet may also be an option if WPS does not work.

Click the link below for more information.

https://answers.alarm.com/Customer/Website_and_App/Video/Video_Settings/How_can_a_camera_be_reconnected_to_a_Wi-Fi_network_if_the_router_network_equipment_or_wireless_settings_change

 

 

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Owner

How to Factory Reset Alarm.com Compatible Cameras

aDC Cameras

In order to solve your camera woes, sometimes you need to factory reset them. Below a a brief guide on how to factory reset each Alarm.com camera:

Keep in mind that it is recommended that the cameras be powered on for at least 2 minutes before trying to factory reset. If the factory reset is attempted immediately after power up it will not work as the camera will still be rebooting. After performing a factory reset, it is strongly recommended to leave the camera alone and plugged into power for 2 minutes.

ADC-V700x
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red, which usually happens after 90 seconds. Use the Button inside back of the camera. Be careful of twisting wires if opening.

ADC-V510Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red, which usually happens after 60 seconds. Use the pinhole on back bottom left corner.

ADC-V610PT
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red, which usually happens after 60 seconds. The pinhole on the underside of the camera, towards the front, near the black pad.

ADC-VS1
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red, which usually happens after 60 seconds. Use the pinhole labeled reset.

2GIG CAM-HD100
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes yellow, which usually happens after 10 seconds. Use the “B” Button on the back of the camera.

ADC-VS120
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Use the pinhole labeled reset.

ADC-VS420
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Use the pinhole on back left.

ADC-V520
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. The pinhole is in the back bottom left corner.

ADC-V520IR
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. The pinhole is in the back bottom left corner.

ADC-V620PT
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Use the back pinhole, near the seam to the left of the antenna if facing the back of the camera.

ADC-V720
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Use button inside back of the camera. Be careful of twisting wires if opening.

ADC-V720W
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Same as the WPS button, which is under the small black cap.

ADC-V721W
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Same as the WPS button, which is on the back of the camera.

ADC-VC736

  1. Disconnect the camera from the power supply.
  2. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the water-tight door (see diagram).
  3. Press and hold the Reset button while reconnecting power. Continue to hold the Reset button for 10 seconds.

ADC-V820
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Black reset button on rear-inside of the camera.

ADC-VC836

  1. Disconnect the camera from the power supply.
  2. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the water-tight door.
  3. Press and hold the Reset button while reconnecting power. Continue to hold the Reset button for 10 seconds.

ADC-SVR100
Hold reset button until LED rapidly flashes red and green, which usually happened after 15 seconds. Pinhole labeled reset in the back bottom left corner.

Important : After performing a factory reset, it is strongly recommended to leave the device alone and plugged into power for two minutes.

 

Canitan's cameras protect our business 24/7.
Amanda BluBeck
Owner