Apr 10

To reset the D-Link DCH-S150 device:

Step 1. Locate the Reset button on the side of the device.

Step 2. With the device plugged in, press and hold the Reset button until the status LED turns red (for about 10 seconds).

Warning: When you reset your DCH-S150, it will change your settings back to the factory default settings. You will loose your current configuration and be ready to start over.

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Apr 08

The mydlink™ Home App version 2.0.0 introduces a more simple, easy to use QR-Code-Scan setup process. This process allows setup of your device by scanning a QR code included with the product.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to ongoing changes in our production lines, certain models may not yet include this QR Setup code and by then unable to benefit from this new setup process. Proceeding with the manual Setup Option is recommended.
For those unable to find the second QR Setup code within your installation card, when presented with the QR Code Setup page select  “Skip QR Code” to continue.

 

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Apr 08

The tollowing chart contiains the different status for the LED indicator on the D-Link DCH-S150 Wi-Fi motion sensor:

 

WPS Blinking Green Press for one second to start the WPS connection process. The Power/Status LED will start to blink green.
Reset Solid Red Press and hold until the Status LED turns red in order to reset the device back to the factory default settings (for about 10 seconds).
Power/Status LED Solid Green The DCH-S150 is successfully connected to your network.
Blinking Green The WPS process is in progress.
Blinking Orange The Motion Sensor is not properly connected with your wireless network.
Solid Red The Motion Sensor is powering on, attempting to upgrade firmware, or the device is defective.
Off If the DCH-S150 will not power on, try plugging the device into another outlet.
Motion Sensor PIR (Passive Infrared) sensor for detecting motion.

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Mar 13

If the LED on the camera remains solid red after powering up, this means the camera cannot connect to the wireless router it was configured to. If you moved the camera, try moving it closer to the router and reboot. If the problem persists, you will need to reset the camera and reconfigure it.

To reset the camera, use a paper clip and press & hold the reset button (on the bottom of the camera) for 10 seconds and then release. Once the camera reboots, follow the Quick Start Guide to set up the camera.

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Mar 11

Follow the steps below to format your microSD card. This D-Link Omna 180 camera will format to FAT32 file system.

 

1. Insert your microSD card into the camera. Make sure the gold tabs are facing down (the text on the bottom of the camera is right-side up).

 

2. Open the Omna app.

 

3. Tap the icon at the bottom.

 

 

4. Tap Settings.

 

 

5. Tap SD Recording.

 

 

6. You must turn off SD Card Recording before formatting. Tap to turn off.

 

 

7. Tap Format SD Card. Note that formatting the SD card will erase all data and will format to FAT32.

 

 

8. Tap Format.

 

 

9. Allow about a minute to format. Once finished, tap OK. You can now enable SD Card Recording.

 

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