Arlo Baby Quick Start Guide

Arlo Baby
Quick Start Guide
What’s Included
Thank you for choosing Arlo Baby.
Getting started is easy.
Arlo Baby
Quick Start Guide
USB power
USB power
(varies by region)
Plug In Your Camera
Get the App
Connect one end of the USB power cable to the port on the
For the best experience, download the Arlo app for your
smartphone by scanning this QR code or searching for Arlo in the
app store.
Plug the other end of the USB cable into the power adapter.
Plug the USB power adapter into a wall socket and wait for the
camera LED to blink amber.
Caution:  You must use an Arlo Baby power cable and adapter
to charge the camera battery. Do not try to power the camera
or charge the camera battery with any power adapter other
than the one provided with the Arlo Baby camera.
Note: If you already use the Arlo app, make sure that you
are using the latest version. To find out if an update is
available, go to the App store and search for Arlo.
Get a New Account or Log In
Connect Your Camera
¾¾ To create a new Arlo account:
Follow the onscreen instructions either in the Arlo app or from a
computer to connect your camera to your router.
1. Launch the Arlo app from your smartphone, tap New to
Arlo?, and select Arlo Baby.
If you are using a computer, visit
Note: If you own an Arlo Wire-Free system, do not connect your
Arlo Baby camera to the Arlo base station.
2. Follow the onscreen instructions.
¾¾ To add an Arlo Baby camera to an existing Arlo
1. If you already set up an Arlo account, log in and click or tap
Add Device.
2. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Note: For information about the camera LED colors, visit and scroll down to select the User
Place Your Camera
You can place your camera on a shelf or other flat surface, or
you can mount it on the wall.
If you are mounting the camera on a wall, place the wall plate
and secure it with the included screws.
Note: Do not cover or obstruct the inlet holes for the sensors.
cords. Keep the cord out of the reach of children (more
than 3 feet (.9 meters) away).
Align the wall plate with the holes on the base of the camera
and rotate the base until it snaps into place.
You’re Done!
Use Arlo Baby’s tilt and swivel functions to position the camera
so that it captures the area that you want to monitor.
Congratulations! Your Arlo Baby camera is set up and ready
to go.
To view useful tutorial videos, find troubleshooting tips, or get
support, visit
To set up and pair your camera with HomeKit, follow the
instructions in the Arlo app. See the back panel of this guide for
the setup code.
Arlo Baby Characters
Arlo Baby Features
Arlo Baby cameras come with a bunny character set. You can
remove the bunny character set and replace it with other Arlo
Baby characters.
¾¾ Rechargeable Battery
• Pull the character ears
up to remove them.
• To install character
ears, align the ears
with the camera lens
and press them onto
the camera.
• Rotate the character
feet and pull them off
to remove them.
• To install character
feet, align the foot
plate with the holes
on the bottom of the
camera and rotate
the foot plate until it
clicks into place.
Your Arlo Baby camera includes a built-in rechargeable
battery and can work for several hours at a time without
being plugged in. You can place the camera in locations
where you cannot connect it to a power outlet.
Use the switch on the bottom
of the camera to power the Arlo
Baby camera’s battery off. The
camera’s battery is on when the
green color is visible.
If the camera is unplugged and you don’t want the battery
to lose its charge, set the switch to off.
¾¾ Night Light
Use the app or the top
button on the right side of
the camera to turn the night
light on and off.
¾¾ Music
Use the app or the bottom
button on the right side
of the camera to play and
pause music.
¾¾ Local Streaming
Enjoy minimal video lag by
connecting your mobile device to
the same WiFi network (SSID) as
the one Arlo Baby is connected to.
©NETGEAR, Inc., NETGEAR, the NETGEAR Logo, and Arlo are trademarks of
Use of the Works with Apple HomeKit logo means that an electronic accessory
was designed to connect specifically to iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad, respectively,
and is certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is
not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.
Compliance For the current EU Declaration of Conformity, visit
For regulatory compliance information, visit
350 East Plumeria Drive
San Jose, CA 95134, USA
Building 3, University Technology Centre
Curraheen Road, Cork, Ireland
Apple HomeKit setup code
June 2017
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