Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Sentry Mode - View Live Camera

NOTE: View Live Camera requires premium connectivity. It also requires that version 4.2.1 (or newer) of the Tesla mobile app is installed on a phone that has been paired as a key to Model Y.

When Sentry Mode is enabled, you can use the mobile app to remotely view the area surrounding Model Y as seen through the exterior cameras.

To enable, touch Controls > Safety > Sentry Mode > View Live Camera via Mobile App on the Model Y touchscreen. Once enabled, ensure there are no occupants in the vehicle and all doors are closed. Then, on the Tesla mobile app, go to Safety > Sentry Mode and touch View Live Camera to see a live video feed of your vehicle's surroundings.

In addition, if Model Y is equipped with a pedestrian warning speaker (see Pedestrian Warning System), you can press and hold the microphone button on the mobile app to transmit your voice through this speaker.

When View Live Camera is actively being used, Model Y periodically flashes its exterior lights and displays a message on the touchscreen to notify others that the area surrounding the vehicle is being viewed through the cameras.

View Live Camera is limited to approximately one hour (or 15 minutes for some regions) of cumulative usage per day.

NOTE: Video quality can vary depending on network connectivity. No audio is captured.

NOTE: The live camera feed is fully encrypted and cannot be accessed by Tesla.

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