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I have read from older posts that Arlo Ultra uses PIR to detect motion; and because of this, the Arlo Ultra can't be used behind glass. However, there was a firmware release (188.8.131.52_244_c345a43 that was released on 2-Dec-2019) that allowed my Arlo Ultra's to detect and record motion behind glass! When the next firmware release (184.108.40.206_297_aa40f04 that was released on 18-Dec-2019) was installed, the "through glass" motion detection stopped working.
If the "through glass" motion detection was enabled on a version of firmware, why can't this feature to a use settable option?
I don't want to place my Arlo Ultra outside where someone can come along and take it... which leads to me my next question: Why doesn't Arlo make bracket (or mount) for the camera that can be secured? Wasserstein makes a "security bracket" for the Arlo Ultra, but you can easily push the "eject camera" button, making the item completely useless.
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