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You must keep power on the motion sensor 24x7. What you actually have there is a consumer lamp appliance including a motion sensor and ambient light sensor. You can't cut power to that, or it will malfunction. First, cutting and restoring power places the unit into "initial setup". The first thing it does is turn on the light, to tell the ...


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If this is an outdoor motion detector that has a light sensitive switch, it would normally not turn on every time the sun sets, before going into sensor mode. It will have an initial turn on when it is powered up, but not when it just becomes dark. So replacing the motion detector with a different model may be all you need to do. However, if you have the ...


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According to the information you have provided it appears as though the cameras, cabling, and installation are all in working order. Very helpful that you provided good and bad images and images from multiple cameras! As noted in the comments above, it seems most likely the problem is within your DVR appliance. The solution is to look at the fault-finding ...


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