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Now that I think about it, I am actually concerned if it is working at all on low. We have packages delivered and such and I haven't had any notifications since making the adjustment. I see in other reviews apparently changing to low makes it as useless as high. Where with high you get constant notifications and low it is nearly impossible to trip the motion sensor. I haven't done further testing myself, but that seems to be holding true here given the activity I know has been in front of it recently. The biggest issue I have had with this unit, which literally took 2 months of exchanges with their support before I figured out a solution, was getting the video, yes the head line feature, to work. On demand and button pushes would sometimes take 30 seconds to 2 minutes for the video to start coming through and even then it would be just primary colors or video with static in large areas of the video or a black screen with little dots of light randomly spread out. Completely useless if trying to id a vandal or package thief or to have a conversation with whoever was there because usually they weren't there but I couldn't tell since I couldn't see. I immediately went to their website, read through the FAQ, troubleshooting, and support info. I logged on my TP Link Archer C5 changed the channel bandwidth to 20Mhz and checked everything else was as they suggested. No luck.

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Motion sensors capture the image of anyone who approaches your door, and you're sent an alert on your phone. As with Nest Cam IQ, you can subscribe to Nest Aware to use the Familiar Faces feature and get continuous video storage. Out of the box, Nest Hello will capture three hours of snapshots from your front door and provide free person alerts. Nest Hello's app offers a head to toe view. Nest Hello features HD Talk and Listen so you can speak to whoever's outside. For those times when you're otherwise engaged, the Nest Hello app has a quick response feature, which plays a voice message. Nest touts that capability as a quick way to handle package deliveries without having to come to the door. A more clever addition to the app is a nap time feature that silences the door chime while still sending notifications to the phone. It sounds like a handy way not to be interrupted by a doorbell. We plan to find out just how handy once we have a chance to test Nest Hello ourselves. Image Credits: Philip Michaels/Tom's GuideBest Smart Home GadgetsHow to Install the Nest ThermostatBest Smart ThermostatsThese days перевод.

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The Nest Protect runs self tests regularly every 200 seconds to see the status of the batteries and sensors and you can also run a full test to check at any time during this process, you’ll notice a blue light rotating around the button.

Bad guys don’t want to be seen, so do what you can to deny them the cover of darkness.

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