This page has the following device setting options:
- Manage wireless networks
- Image Options
- Storage & Cloud
- Motion detection
- Advanced settings
- Reset dbell
Manage wireless Networks
Manage wireless Networks page shows you information about the network connection to your dbell. If you would like to connect your dbell through Wi-Fi or would like to change your currently connected dbell to another (new) network, you can do that on this page.
Signal Strength: This shows the signal strength of the connection at the dbells location.The signal strength is crucial for the dbell to function properly and is recommended to have above 75% for a proper connection. If the signal is below this number, consider adding a wifi extender to your network.
The security type of your network (Do not change unless specified by a professional).
Channel: Network Channel (Do not change unless specified by a professional).
Password: This is where you enter your WiFi Password.
Wi-fi networks: This section allows you to change dbell's currently connected Network to another network or to select a network if your dbell is not connected to any wifi network.
Image Options/ video settings
Image options page gives you the ability to change the settings regarding streaming picture quality when you view camera. Here you can adjust brightness and quality to your liking.
Video settings - read more
Storage & Cloud
Storage & Cloud page shows you details about your storage. It gives you information about your SD Memory card and other Cloud storage options.
Micro SD: The information provided to you is showing you how much memory is being taken up by videos and pictures, and how much memory is still left as free memory.
Settings: Leads you to the "Card Settings" page where all Memory card information is shown.
FTP: Allows you to "Link FTP" to your dbell
DropBox: Allows you to "Link Dropbox" to your dbell.
OneDrive: Allows you to "Link OneDrive" to your dbell
iCloud: Allows you to "Link iCloud" to your dbell
Detectors: This section allows you to turn the motion detection on or off. You can also designate the area of interest for motion detection.
Motion Detection: Turns on Motion detection on the dbell. This option will pick up any motion that occurs when the doorbell is online and will alert you depending on the settings that you have selected.
Motion Sensitivity: Regulates the sensitivity of the motion detection.
Ring On Motion Detection: Sliding this option to turn it on will make sure that once any motion is detected, your app will start ringing, notifying you that there is someone or something outside your door.
Show camera on motion: Sliding this option to turn it on will make sure that a video with the ability to slide and answer it will pop up upon motion detection. This is useful if you'd like to immediately make sure that you see what is happening outside.
Save: Once you have selected your preferences above, press this button to save your changes.
ADVANCED SETTINGS Is a page of the app that has options that are not changed frequently. Usually this page will be used either by professionals or advanced users.
To get to this page here are the steps:
- Choose the dbell you'd like and press the "Setup" which is indicated by a 4-square symbol on the right side in the main menu page.
- Select "Advanced Settings".
Network Connection Status: gives you specific information needed to connect your dbell in other ways such as a browser or an NVR system.
ONVIF Settings: Are for Network Video Recording systems (NVR) that allow you to record the stream 24/7.
Email Settings: This is the area where you would setup your email, in order to receive an image notification of someone pressing the doorbell. To do this, make sure that "Email Event Photo" is toggled ON. This will make sure that whenever an "event" such as motion detection is triggered, a snapshot picture will be taken and sent to the email you set up.
Date & Time: This section allows you to change the date and time that's displayed on the dbell stream. Whenever you take a video or picture, this time will be shown on the saved message. This could be important in criminal cases or for leisure, simply knowing when the recording happened.
Restart: Pressing on this option will restart the doorbell. This will not delete any existing information that you have on the doorbell.
Firmware: Firmware is a software that controls your dbell camera. Please make sure to always keep this up to date.
Reset: This will reset your camera to factory settings, erasing all previous information stored in the camera such as network, username and passwords.