1.Check the type of batteries you are using. Japanese brand batteries like Panasonic or Toshiba perform better than Duracell. Try switching to another type of battery.
2.If you are in a complicated wi-fi environment then your camera might use a lot of power trying to regain a connection with your router. Consider setting up a mesh network to strengthen the connection.
3.Make sure your motion detector is paired correctly to your camera and that it has battery power. If the signal between your camera and motion detector has been disrupted then your camera might use up energy trying to “find” the motion detector.
- Press the button on the back of your motion sensor for 6 seconds, if there is no LED light then you will need to replace the battery. Remove the front cover using something hard and flat like a metal ruler. Then unscrew the battery cover and replace it with a CR 2450 Lithium battery.
If your batteries are fine then you may need to pair your motion sensor with your camera again. Please follow the instructions in this tutorial video: https://youtu.be/sy-bni9NcDs?t=88
If you decided not to use the motion sensor make sure you removed the receiver from the back of your camera. When the receiver is left inside the camera will continue to search for the motion detector and use up a lot of energy.
4.If you decided not to use the motion detector make sure you removed the receiver from the back of your camera. When the receiver is left inside the camera will continue to search for the motion detector and use up a lot of energy.
5.Move the location of your motion detector to a location where it will be triggered less often such as the ceiling outside your door.