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Sweet! LTS is releasing an ONVIF compatible doorbell with SD card slot and 940nm IR

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Sorry. I corrected my mistake already.
Thanks for the heads up.

Re: the 180726 firmware, yes, it's a Nelly's firmware. I think there's a Box link in here somewhere.
 

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I just checked mine (171225) and it plays one ding-dong with a button press and no “subscriber not available” message (similar to your 180726)

I wonder what the differences are between 171225 & 180726...


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You are unable to update firmware through laview app for example?
 

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so i have a high amperage 16vac transformer, i have no issues with the doorbell turning off that i'm aware of. HOWEVER, i have noticed the doorbell rings anytime one uses the microwave.

EDIT: what's the power booster option in the webgui of the camera do?
 
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so i have a high amperage 16vac transformer, i have no issues with the doorbell turning off that i'm aware of. HOWEVER, i have noticed the doorbell rings anytime one uses the microwave.

EDIT: what's the power booster option in the webgui of the camera do?
The code in Michigan is the installed microwave must be on a dedicated circuit. If your DB transformer and microwave are on the same circuit, the voltage drop caused by the high current drain microwave could be upsetting your DB.


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Does anyone have step by step how to update the laview firmware?
 

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The code in Michigan is the installed microwave must be on a dedicated circuit. If your DB transformer and microwave are on the same circuit, the voltage drop caused by the high current drain microwave could be upsetting your DB.


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Separate circuit plus the DB Transformer is on a dedicated circuit w/ UPS with line conditioning and dual 100ah group 27 batteries. Not a super terrible code to have the Microwave on it's own circuit.




as far as i know the firmware can be done via sd card on any of the brands. at least with the Hik firmware update that is.
 

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Separate circuit plus the DB Transformer is on a dedicated circuit w/ UPS with line conditioning and dual 100ah group 27 batteries.
Whoa, sounds like it’s not a power related issue. However, when the power goes out in my neighborhood, my doorbell rings once. Can you monitor the DB voltage while turning on the microwave? Maybe your microwave is talking smack to the DB over the 2.4MHz WiFi.
Definitely a strange issue considering your setup.


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oh it definitely is, untill i got 5ghz AC it would wifi to computers in the living room. i'm wondering the doorbell is acting like a phone on a plane mid flight when it starts looking for networks and drains the battery
 
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