Installing a wedge or corner mount

The camera in the doorbell has a field of view pointing straight out from the mounting surface. If the image does not capture the view you want, adding a wedge or corner mount can help. A Wedge offers 5° vertical tilt (up and down), and a Corner Mount offers 25° horizontal tilt (side to side).

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Wedge (5º up and down) Corner Mount (25º left or right)

Click to visit the Amazon purchase page for the Wedge and Corner Mount accessories (external link, opens in a new browser window).


How to Install the Wedge or Corner Mount

Check the doorbell view and placement by pressing the doorbell button, and then in the Blink app, tap the notification you receive, to enter Live View.

While in Live View, you are looking out of the doorbell camera. You can adjust the position and location to get the view you want, before drilling into your wall.

The included drill template works for the mounts and the doorbell.

1. Drill mounting holes.

Tape the template in place approximately 40 - 48 inches (102 -122cm) above the ground. If you want to use the wiring from a doorbell you already have, place the template so that the wires will reach through the central open area of the wedge.


2. Attach the accessory then the back plate.

The Wedge and Corner Mount ship with a pair of shortened all-purpose screws. They are meant to be used to secure the back plate to the accessory (part 2 below). Use the pointed, regular length screws to secure the accessory to your wall or surface (part 1 below). See diagram for more details.

1. Regular length multi-purpose screws attach the Wedge or Corner Mount to your location through slots in the accessory.

2. Shortened screws secure the back plate to attachment points molded into the Wedge and Corner Mount.


Doorbell shown attached to Wedge and back plate.
a Blink Wedge mount accessory providing 5 degrees of perspective change is shown by a numeral 1 to have regular length screws entering a slot molded into the accesory. To the right of that is an image depicting the blink video doorbell back plate being attached to the wedge accessory by shortened screws that are entering molded receptacles in the mounting accessory.


3. Attach the doorbell and test.

Once the doorbell is in place, if it has already been set up, press the doorbell button and you will receive an alert notification. Tap the notification to see through the doorbell camera and make sure the view is what you want. If you have not set up the doorbell yet, visit Setting up your Blink Video Doorbell‍.

If you have set an Activity Zone or Privacy Zone, be aware of how they have been affected by the change in camera view. You may have to re-set the Activity or Privacy zones.

Click to learn more about Blink Video Doorbell Motion Detection‍.




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