If you notice you’re still experiencing low signal strength from your cameras, try power cycling your Sync Module by removing it from power for 30 seconds then plugging it back in. Once both lights have stopped flashing and appear solid again, try using the cameras and checking their signal strength.
On a window sill, in a central location between your indoor and outdoor cameras. On TV stand or cabinet, and no less than 3 ft. (1m) and no more than 10 ft. (3m) away from your Wi-Fi router.
*Note: The Blink Video Doorbell and Mini cameras do not require a Sync Module 2. They are capable of managing their own system. They can also be added to a Sync Module-managed system, or added together without a Sync Module.
The best range of detection is within 5 to 20 feet (about 1.5 to 6m) from the camera. By placing your camera higher off of the ground, you can avoid smaller animals causing motion alerts.
The Blink app allows you to manage multiple Sync Module systems and their connected Blink devices from a single account. Each Sync Module added to your account allows you to group and manage up to ten cameras in a single system.
Increasing the Retrigger Time should resolve this issue. You can also move the camera closer to your wireless router. Power cycle. Power cycling the camera may also resolve this issue.
Blink currently requires a WiFi-based Internet connection of at least 2.4 ghz to operate as well as a required minimum of 3MBPS for best video quality and 5MBPS for enhanced video. For more information on WiFi connection, please see our support article here. Does Blink XT have night vision?
The Sync Module manages communications between your Blink devices and our secure servers; therefore your camera needs to connect to its local Wi-Fi. The Blink Mini, Video Doorbell, and Wired Floodlight do not require Sync Modules for those communications, which is why they broadcast their own local Wi-Fi connections.
How far away can camera be from Wi-Fi?
Don’t place a wireless camera too far away from the main hub or wireless router. If there’s a direct line of sight, a wireless camera’s range may reach up to 500 feet or more. Within a house, the range is usually lower—around 150 feet—though not always.
On a window sill, in a central location between your indoor and outdoor cameras. On TV stand or cabinet, and no less than 3 ft. (1m) and no more than 10 ft. (3m) away from your Wi-Fi router. Near other equipment that may also be using your Wi-Fi.