The Ring Video Doorbell lets you answer the door from anywhere with your smartphone. Just connects to your Wi-Fi network and you are all set.
With the motion activated HD video, night vision, and also two-way talk, you can easily watch over your entire property from a smartphone, tablet or desktop.
I Personally like it when things JUST work, and this device does the trick. Setup was very simple and does not take up much space and looks
Ring Beams Spotlight is a single hardwired, motion controlled, and connected spotlight.
Ring Beams Floodlight is bigger and brighter than spotlight, designed to cover larger areas. Interestingly, the motion detection system can be removed… and replaced with a Ring Spotlight Cam!
Ring Beams Pathlight look somewhat similar to original Mr. Beams walkway lighting, but now with supercharged connectivity. Sadly, some details have yet to be revealed due to what looks like a FCC filing error.
Rings Beams Bridge is probably a Zigbee-WiFi bridge that both the Spotlight and Floodlight require (and probably those pathway lights, too) to communicate with the Ring app and ecosystem. I assume it’ll be bundled.
Ring Beams Landscape Transformer is a connected power source that I suspect is intended to give our existing “dumb” landscape lighting a bit more smarts through Ring app scheduling and triggers.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro features:
- Camera & Doorbell to Monitor Front Door
- 1920 x 1080 Video Resolution
- IR LEDs for Night Vision
- 160° Field of View
- 2-Way Audio & Noise Cancellation
- Comes with 30 Days of Cloud Storage
- Motion Detection with Programmable Zones
- -5° to 120°F Operating Temp
- Includes Four Interchangeable Faceplates
- Requires Existing Hardwired Doorbell