Arlo Pro 3 Wire-Free Outdoor 2K Floodlight Security Camera - White

Model Number: FB1001-100CNS
Web Code: 14492205

Arlo Pro 3 Wire-Free Outdoor 2K Floodlight Security Camera - White


Keep a protective eye on your home or business--even when you're away--with the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight security camera. Enjoy peace of mind with features like an integrated LED floodlight and colour night vision so you don't miss a thing. The camera can be set up indoors or outdoors, records in crystal-clear 2K, and provides a 160-degree viewing angle.
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Keep a protective eye on your home or business--even when you're away--with the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight security camera. Enjoy peace of mind with features like an integrated LED floodlight and colour night vision so you don't miss a thing. The camera can be set up indoors or outdoors, records in crystal-clear 2K, and provides a 160-degree viewing angle.

  • Wire-free camera is simple and quick to set up
  • Works with a subscription to Arlo Smart cloud storage (sold separately, 3-month trial included) and the Arlo Pro base station (sold separately) for local storage
  • 2K camera with HDR records sharp, detailed video of your home, office, or business
  • Connects to your smartphone so you can view recorded footage from anywhere
  • Colour night vision capabilities mean you don't miss a critical moment, even if it's dark outside
  • Weather-resistant design makes camera suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Integrated LED floodlight illuminates dark areas so nothing stays hidden in the shadows
  • 160-degree field of view lets you see everything going on around your home
Security Camera Type
IP Cameras
Number of Cameras Included
Camera Connection
Indoor & Outdoor
Device Compatibility
iOS; Android
Works with Amazon Alexa
Works with Google Assistant
Remote Access
Remote Monitoring
Mobile Remote Monitoring
LED Indicator
Built-In Siren
Operating Temperature
-20 - 45°C

Receiver/DVR Features

Max No. of Supported Cameras
Storage Type
Rolling Cloud Storage, USB Connected Storage
Free Cloud Recording
Local Recording
Recording Methods
Scheduled Recording; Triggered Recording
Alert Method
Push Notification

Camera Features

Horizontal View Angle
160 °
Night Vision
Motion Detection
Two Way Communication

Video Features

Video Resolution
Video Colour


21.9 cm
19 cm
7.8 cm
Width (Inches)
8.62 in
Height (Inches)
7.48 in
Depth (Inches)
3.07 in
650 g

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Reviewer Recommendation


Of the 744 reviewers who responded, 665 would recommend this product.

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  • Near Perfect Wireless Floodlight Cam Solution
    Reviewed by cjviscito - November 4, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We have Arlo Pro 1 & 2 cameras at our house, and I was looking for a floodlight to add to the side of the house near our garbage bins because it's pretty much pitch black at night when I take the trash out. When I saw that I could pick up an Arlo camera with floodlight, I thought 'Great - a camera and a light!' In truth, the Arlo floodlight camera is a nice addition to our Arlo family, however there are some shortcomings that Arlo could easily fix. The camera itself is fairly large and the light can get really bright. If you have other Arlo cameras, this thing is easily the size of 2 or 3 of them. The unit comes with: - Floodlight Camera - Mounting Plate - Drywall Anchors and screws - Rechargable battery pack - Micro-USB charging cable - USB charging brick It's pretty much the all-in-one solution I was looking for. I was able to connect it with my existing Arlo base and camera set up fairly quickly. Out of the box, there was a firmware update that Arlo had available, so I used that time to connect the charging cable and charge the battery up as well. Arlo does make a magnetic charging cable option if you want to be able to essentially "hard wire" this camera up, but that option wouldn't have worked with where I wanted to mount it... not unless I paid an electrician to run an outlet nearby. The hardest part was installing the unit - mostly because I thought I was going to be able to mount it to the brick instead of the wood trim under the gutters. At the end of the day, I check the screw lengths and they were long enough to hold the mounting plate in place snugly agains the wooden trim. Just be sure to check the clearance when mounting, because you could find your space a bit tight due to how wide the floodlights are on either side. Once I had it up and running, I was able to go into the Arlo app and set up an activity zone. Something that Arlo doesn't make very clear is how to automatically trigger the light. I thought by creating an activity zone and setting the light to go off between dusk and dawn that it would automatically go off if it detected motion. True to Arlo's settings though, this camera works like their other ones - you have to have the cameras in an "Armed" mode in order for the camera to look for motion and then it'll trigger the lights. You can manually turn on and off the lights from the Arlo app - but there again is where an unnecessary limitation exists. If you want to have that setting on for the floodlight camera to automatically turn on when it detects motion, you either have to make a custom mode for it, or have your entire system on "Armed". I fee like Arlo could've made a setting for this that allows you to engage the light while leaving everything else disarmed, but it's essentially Armed or not. The video quality on the camera is quite good too - but that also depends on the strength of your WiFi signal, so your milage may vary. Overall, I'm happy with the camera. I haven't had it long enough to comment on battery life, but it's been up and running for about 4 days now and the battery is at 98%. I typically leave my Arlo system on a schedule setting, so it's only looking for motion during the night, so I'm sure that's helping save the battery life also.

    Review originally posted on

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Excellent video quality with minor nuisances
    Reviewed by KMiller - November 10, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Initial set up and installation was fairly quick and easy. Once the app was downloaded, the directions given through the app were clear and easy to follow. The app itself is user friendly, easy to learn, and easy to navigate through. I really appreciate that if you select the siren to sound, a second window pops up to confirm so before sounding it. There are many features and setting options within the app, and it really allows for each user to set up the camera to their specific preferences. The first feature I set up through the app was the activity zone for the motion sensor. I have my floodlight camera mounted on the garage to overlook the driveway. Initially I set the activity zone to be too close to the street and it was picking up EVERY single car that passed by – which resulted in a phone notification every time. I had to adjust this zone setting several times and ended up limiting the zone to basically the length of a parked car, but, sometimes, passing cars (on my side of the street only) still trigger the motion sensor. The other issue I have with the activity zone is that for some reason, the car parked furthest away from the camera creates a “blind spot” for the motion sensor, on the side furthest from the camera. This is a problem for two reasons: First, this side happens to be the driver’s side of the vehicle so if theft were to occur, it’s possible the camera would miss it. Second, this is how a person walks up to our front door, so most of that motion occurrence is also missed by the camera. Oddly enough, the camera picks up the motion right after walking past the nose of the car, but unfortunately the view of the person is quickly blocked as they walk past the front of the garage. I currently have the camera mounted one side of the garage to look out (diagonally) across the driveway and our front yard. It’s possible that if I mounted the camera to be centered over the driveway, this “blind spot” would be resolved, but to me, it shouldn’t resort to that considering how wide I have the activity zone set at. Other than the couple inaccuracies with the set activity zone, the camera works very well. The video is high quality and provides great images. There is a reduction in video quality with limited lighting, but the flood light on the camera is excellent in providing light to improve it. In addition, with enough light present – either our garage sconce lights or the camera’s flood light – the nighttime video is still in color. If there is not enough light present, the video is in black and white, but the quality is excellent considering the conditions. The only issue I noticed with the video quality is that quick, sudden movements do result in motion blur, even in daylight conditions, but normal movement does not. With the camera installed for over a week, the battery is at 90% charge. It hasn’t gotten cold enough to see how that might affect the life, but so far, I am pretty happy with the idea that I would only have to recharge the camera every couple months or so. Even with the impressive battery life, I know I will quickly get tired of having to recharge the battery so I’m very glad that this camera has the option to hook up a solar panel charger (sold separately) to it. Overall, the camera is excellent, and the floodlight brightness is very satisfactory. The app provides an abundance of features to personalize the settings to what works best for each individual user. I think there is still room for some improvement with the activity zone set up and the motion blur, but that will likely improve as the technology evolves. Pros: High quality video, easy to install, flood light provides great lighting, great battery life, numerous setting options and app features, excellent night vision, night vision in color with enough lighting present Cons: Zone setting inaccuracies, motion blur with quick / sudden movements, easy to remove / steal if familiar with the brand

    Review originally posted on

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Bright floodlight!
    Reviewed by Clarsh - April 6, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a really great security system to have. The floodlight is really bright and the brightness is adjustable. Set up was really easy. Download the app and the app walks you through the whole process. Installing the floodlight was easy. 3 screws and it was up. You will need to purchase a cable for the floodlight that will keep the floodlight and camera charged at all times. The cable will be a long cable that attached to the bottom of the light and then you plug it into a receptacle. The app has a ton of customizable features for the security system and the floodlight. The video quality of the recorded videos is really good. We have ours set to record motion. So when if records motion it will zoom in on the motion. It comes with a 3 month subscription to store your video recordings.

    Review originally posted on Arlo Technologies, Inc.

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Awesome Security!
    Reviewed by Sgrane - January 15, 2021

    Overall Rating 12345 Purchased the Arlo flood light and two Arlo three cameras. Love them! Simple to install, easy to use the app and excellent quality. Had no issues with WiFi, connected and stayed connected from day 1! Camera images are high quality; very satisfied! Have two on solar chargers (highly recommend) and one plugged in so battery is constantly charged. My favorite feature of the flood light is its ability to zoom and follow people and vehicles (motion detection) all on its own. We are considering one more camera for the outside and then will start adding interior Arlo cameras. Researched lots of cameras, but in the end Arlo won out and we are happy we made the choice!

    Review originally posted on

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Sleek design and cool features!
    Reviewed by TechMatcher - November 3, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] First things first - this is a pricey floodlight/camera solution but has nice features and usability! Overall, if you're a techie or not and want visibility around your property, this is a super option for you! Setup was easy - but driven through the app - not printed instructions. I have no trouble connecting to my existing base station and network. Like others, I was forced into a trial subscription although I already have a Premier Plan already. I couldn't figure a way to opt out of the trial. Arlo should fix that. Camera quality is awesome - and the floodlight is surprisingly bright. I've included pics in daylight, night without the flood and night with the flood. Motion detection works well, and it was easy to integrate into me surveillance schedule. Features: The siren is loud, the 160 degree view is sweet and the option to have it constantly powered is great - although the external cord isn't included (wish it was). Mounting on my garage (as pictured) was very easy as well. Again - great quality camera that I'm sure to enjoy!

    Review originally posted on

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Product Category
Smart home products
Return/Exchange Period
30 days