Wireless security cameras are an excellent way to keep an eye on your property without having to worry about wires or cords. However, they have one major drawback – range. Learn more about the limitations of wireless security cameras!
Eufy’s wireless, battery-powered cameras offer great flexibility at a good price. However, a major drawback of wireless cameras is that battery life is limited. Many people have trouble achieving the stated battery life as advertised. Here are some good tips on how to maximize the battery life of your Eufy security camera.
If you have wireless battery-powered security cameras, the dreaded moment will come when you have to actually charge your camera. At least once or a few times a year, depending on your camera model, how active your camera is, and how you set it up, you will need to charge your Eufy camera. So how long does it take? We have done thorough research and will tell you all about it in this quick guide.
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The Eufy Homebase connects to the Internet via a direct connection to your Wi-Fi router using an Ethernet cable. The Homebase also stores the original videos, so the recordings will not be lost even if the camera is damaged. Currently, 3 out of the 4 Eufy Video Doorbells require (it’s not optional!) a Homebase, the 2K Wired video doorbell is different from the others and does not require a Homebase at all….
Most EufySecurity devices can only work when connected to the HomeBase station: eufyCam/eufyCam E/eufyCam 2/eufyCam 2C/eufyCam 2 Pro/eufyCam 2C Pro. However, the company offers standalone cameras called the “SoloCam” series: the Solocam E20, SoloCam L20, and Solar Powered S40, to record video without HomeBase.