I have a sensor setup, everything connected fine, good signal on sensor and bridge/camera. (Wyze Pan Cam).
I have a sensor sitting on a bathroom wall, facing inwards. So if my kiddo’s run into the bathroom, I know when I need to go help them. (or catch them playing in the sink, etc)
The sensor when I first got it was great. Very responsive. Now it takes minutes+ to respond alert. The motion sensor for example says “Motion detected 7:17pm” It’s 7:38 now and no one has been in there for 15 minutes+. The thing is laggy and never seems to clear itself or update it’s status.
Any ideas what might be going wrong? Battery low maybe?
Signal strength says 1 bar on the sensor, but when I was near the room testing it it was 3.
Check to see what firmware the bridge is running. Some of us have reported having the same issues with bridge firmware 0.0.0.33 (i’m running android and don’t know if the firmware numbering is the same across all platforms)
I’m also running the 0.0.0.33 firmware (I believe it’s a beta firmware). I tested the beta for a short time (which updated the firmware), but the app wasn’t showing notifications so I left the beta program and now it works. But the beta firmware is still installed and I don’t know how to remove or if I’ll still receive non-beta updates.
I experienced this strange sensor behavior last night. I got continuous repeat notifications from my door sensors. Notifications popped up like every 20 minutes or so telling me my back door was closed @8:35 P.M. It continued to repeat this action for a couple of hours until I just turned my phone off. This morning it is working fine with no repeat notifications. Really weird. Lol My Bridge firmware is 0.0.0.30
Well , they were working but they were showing offline.
I pulled the battery out from the motion sensor, That didn’t fix it.
I pulled the power from the camera took off the bridge Then re powered the camera and put the bridge back in, Everything is working good now
All of my sensors were out until I did what you suggested. Thanks! I turned off the camera with the bridge, took out the bridge, turned the power back onto the camera, then reinserted the bridge and everything came back on immediately