Eufy camera status LED become red due to several reasons.
Specially, when you are using a indoor type Eufy camera, its status LED will flash or keep light up for different reasons as mentioned below.
The meaning of indoor eufy camera red light
|Blinking red slowly||Motion or sound detected|
|Disconnected from the Internet||Solid red|
|Blinking red once||Live Streaming or Recording Events|
The meaning of eufyCam 2/2C/2 Pro/2C Pro camera red light
|Solid red (when LED is enabled)||Detecting motion or recording event|
|Blinking red||Alarm triggered (eufyCam 2C/2C Pro do not support Anti-theft alarm)|
If you’re experiencing this problem, it means your Eufy camera not working properly.
The meaning of HomeBase 2 red light
|Blinking red||Ready for setup|
|Solid red||Failed to connect to the network|
Simply the red light in the Eufy camera or homebase is a indicator that your security device is out of its normal function.
How to fix the Eufy camera red light problem?
The main fix for this problem is related to your internet connection.
Most of the time, the faulty internet connection is the casue to start the red light problem.
Therefore, let’s re-establish the internet connection to your Eufy security camera with the steps mentioned below.
Step 1: Make sure the internet is connected.
Step 2: Unplug the ethernet and eufy camera power connector
Step 3: Hold down the sync button on your device for 10-15 seconds. Leave it when the screen turns off.
Step 4: Now wait for at least 20 minutes and then plug in the network.
Step 5: Now, plug in power.
Your problem should be solved now. If it didn’t, go through the whole process again.
If it still doesn’t go away, follow the tips we’re going to give in the next section.
Tips for getting rid of red light
- Check if the ethernet cable is connected to the router firmly. If it isn’t, adjust it. If it doesn’t adjust, use a new one.
- Check if the router is reviving the internet signals. If it doesn’t restart the router. If that doesn’t work, have the router checked by the company.
- Use a powerful adapter. Weak adapter will not get things done. The adapter should be at least 12V-2A equivalent power adapter.
- Enable the DHCP on your router.
That’s it! Our work is done! We hope you’ve found the solution. If you want to share your experience, make sure to do so in the comments section.
What to do if all above fails?
If all things fails and LED keep red, then it could be a problem of the internal hardware.
So my advice it to contact the support center for additional help.