Mount your Wyze Battery Cam Pro anywhere using the included wall mount or Wyze Universal Metal Mount.
Depending on the location of where you plan to mount your camera, a ladder may be required.
What’s in the box?
- 1x Wyze Battery Cam Pro
- 1x Wall Mount
- 1x USB-A to USB-C Cable
- 1x Battery Pack
- 3x Screws (29.5 mm x 2.9 mm)
- Note: Use a 3/64 drill bit
- 3x Drywall Anchors (28.7 mm x 5.5 mm)
- Note: Use a 7/32 drill bit
- 1x Quick Start Guide
To mount your Wyze Battery Cam Pro from the wall:
- Remove the wall mount base from the camera mount by rotating the base counterclockwise.
- Use the base and position the holes where you plan to mount the camera.
- Use a pencil to mark the holes.
- For drywall or a surface too soft for screws, drill pilot holes then insert the drywall anchors into the holes.
- For harder surfaces like wood posts, trim, etc., skip to the next step.
- Screw the wall mount base into the wall using the provided screws.
- Screw (twist) the wall mount onto the back of your Wyze Battery Cam Pro and tighten the disk.
- Be sure not to over-screw or screw it too tightly!
- Connect the entire assembly to the wall mount base by rotating the wall mount clockwise until snug.
- Need to adjust the camera angle? Simply loosen the mount by rotating it counterclockwise and adjust the post angle to the desired position then tighten the mount.
To mount your Wyze Battery Cam Pro from a ceiling, simply follow the above steps, but with Wyze Universal Metal Mount.
- Mount your camera 7 feet above the ground, titled 20° downwards for the best detection distance.
- You can customize the detection distance up to 30ft in the camera’s Detection Settings.
- Mount your camera away from direct sunlight to avoid glare, overheating, and poor battery life.
- Point your camera away from areas with a lot of movement, like busy roads or blowing trees, which can trigger false Event notifications.
- Avoid placing your camera behind glass, looking out of a window, or installed in a third-party case. Wyze Battery Cam Pro uses a mixture of PIR (temperature changes) and radar (movement) to detect motion. Motion detection will not trigger if the camera is behind glass, looking out of a window, or inside a third-party case.