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Ecc518
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Connection limits for floodlight

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Hello! I was wondering if it is possible for a Roku floodlight camera to do 2 things. Can I view the camera on multiple Roku TVs (possibly more than 1 account) and also can I set the floodlights to stay on all night?

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AvsGunnar
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Re: Connection limits for floodlight

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@Ecc518 

1. Can I view the camera on multiple Roku TVs (possibly more than 1 account)?

Yes, you can view the Roku peripherals (floodlights, cameras, etc) from multiple TVs and mobile devices that are signed into the same account as the Roku floodlight.  You cannot have multiple different accounts that access the floodlight though.  The floodlight is tied to a Roku account (ie. account A), so all the devices accessing the floodlight must be logged into account A.

2. .. can I set the floodlights to stay on all night?

Yes.  There is a on/off toggle in the SmartHome app that allows you to manually turn the light on/off.  I believe you can also still set schedules to have the light come on/off during scheduled times as well. (arriving home from work,etc.)

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AvsGunnar
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Re: Connection limits for floodlight

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@Ecc518 

1. Can I view the camera on multiple Roku TVs (possibly more than 1 account)?

Yes, you can view the Roku peripherals (floodlights, cameras, etc) from multiple TVs and mobile devices that are signed into the same account as the Roku floodlight.  You cannot have multiple different accounts that access the floodlight though.  The floodlight is tied to a Roku account (ie. account A), so all the devices accessing the floodlight must be logged into account A.

2. .. can I set the floodlights to stay on all night?

Yes.  There is a on/off toggle in the SmartHome app that allows you to manually turn the light on/off.  I believe you can also still set schedules to have the light come on/off during scheduled times as well. (arriving home from work,etc.)

Roku Community Streaming Expert
Just another Roku user... I am not a Roku employee.
Insignia RokuTV, Ultra 4660, Premiere+ 3921, Express 4k+ 3941, Streambar 9102