Ok. I hope this helps everyone. The tech just configurd my camera and I watched this to share so you dont need a tech to come out to pair a new camera. They did replace the camera for free and I had already bought two of them on Ebay for like $20.
Anyway, here are the steps to pair a camera if you need to:
1) Plug in new camera into the router with the white cord that also plugs into a/c power. This is how you power up the camera.
2) After two lights light up on the camera, press the reset buttom on the back of the camera for 30 seconds then release.
3) Go to your control panel and under settings, go to camera, then "add a camera". (if you already had 6 of them, you need to delete one first).
4) Follow the prompts and the camera will be there. You can rename it in the panel also.
Hope that helps and glad to give back...
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one of the Belkin 12vdc power supply with internal battery units rather than a short run time UPS...
You see them for Uverse modems a lot. It has a single inverted power cable, center pin + and provides 12vdc at 1.5 amps for up to 4 hours.. I believe it has a small center pin, won't work on a sb 6121/41/83 with large pin modem or the advanced gateways. I simply add a second pigtail with the correct connector.
In case anyone reads this down the road, there is no way (as of August 2015) to do this. The best workaround is to turn the dimming all the way down and hack the setting that is meant to be used to turn off the display overnight. I've set mine to turn off the display for the maximum time allowed (23 hours, 45 minutes).
Not sure why the manufacturer thinks everyone wants to waste power an illuminated tablet in their home all day long but apparently that's the case. This device is used by companies other than TWC so it's not really on them.
Blue/Purple is when the system is starting up, rebooting.
Red is Armed
Green is Disarmed
Yellow is when something, a door or window, is open or not yet ready to arm.
Generally you would only see the blue/purple in a flash then gone.
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The problem is the IR led's are reflecting off the glass.
Camera needs to be outside the window or it's internal Led's covere/ disconnected and an external IR illuminator used.
energy efficient glass has IR blocking and it's very reflective to IR but lets visible light pass through.
It reconnects by itself. They will find each other and expand. They do not need to be reconfigured on the touchpad unless they had been removed from devices in the touchpad. You would know if you had done this.