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  • Specifications
    Wireless Connectivity
    Bluetooth, Radio Frequency (RF), Wi-Fi, Z-Wave
    Network Connectivity
    4G LTE
    Maximum Wireless Range
    1500 feet
    Power Source
    Battery-powered, Plug-in
    Number Of Sensors Included
    4
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Ring - Alarm Pro Home Security Kit 8 Pieces - White

Model:B08HSTJPM5
SKU:6481925
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Wireless Connectivity
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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 229 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Ring pro

    Very good and responsive alarm system. Very easy to set up and use.

    Posted by DawondS

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Works for me.

    Easy set up. Download the eero app and connect it first before you connect to the ring app. Almost got ripped off by another company offering the same services. Looked into this product then made the purchase and happy with the transaction. Family has a more since of security. Also backup cellular service with router is great because where I ingress and regress has horrible internet service. 24/7 backup system.

    Posted by moorsecurity

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Router and security in 1, but some setup struggles

    ## Setup This version of the Ring Alarm system includes a router built-in to the base station. This makes setup a little trickier as you need to juggle between two apps: the Ring app (for setting up the alarm functionality) and the Eero app (for setting up the router functionality). It would be better if you can handle everything in one app, but the Ring app does a good job of redirecting you to the Eero app when necessary. However, you’re still required to set up two accounts: one for Ring and one for Eero. The main reason you would want to go with the “Pro” version is the inclusion of the router, but if for some reason you want to use your own router with this system, I couldn’t find a way to disable the router functionality or otherwise put it into “bridge” mode. If you connect it to another router, the Eero will correctly set itself up as a separate network and you can still use the Ring alarm functionality. The Ring Alarm Pro also includes cellular connectivity at an additional monthly cost, and the router can use this cell connection to provide internet to other WiFi devices connected to it. The base cellular plan includes 3GB, so your data usage would have to remain very low (no streaming Netflix), but this could come in handy for a remote vacation home or cabin that would otherwise not have an internet connection. From what I can tell, it seems to use AT&T’s cellular service. Once you have the internet connectivity squared away, the app will guide you to set up the components of the system, by activating the door and motion sensors one by one, typically by removing the plastic battery tab. I struggled with this a bit, too, because some of the sensors didn’t seem to activate on the first try, and I had to exit the app and go back in to start the process over. There are handy tutorial videos in the app that walk you through how to best place the various sensors. ## Performance I really like the light-up keypad and voice responses that let you know what is going on as you use the system. To change mode, you need to enter your 4 digit PIN followed by a mode button: disarm, home, or away. If you’re successful, a voice will tell “disarmed” or “home armed” to confirm you did it correctly. If you’re like me and you just press the mode button without entering your PIN first, the numbers will blink to let you know you missed a step (but, sadly, no voice prompt). The delay feature when arming the system is also nicely executed: a countdown LED bar on the keypad lets you know how much time is remaining until the system is armed (or until the alarm will go off if you’re returning home). You can configure the delay for up to 3 minutes upon leaving or arriving home. The keypad also chirps while the countdown is in process to grab your attention and remind you that you have something to do. I also like that the system allows you to use it without professional monitoring. When the alarm is tripped, you’ll get push notifications on your phone. The siren on the base station is very loud and is sure to get the attention of close-by neighbors. The keypad also has its own siren that’s not as loud as the base station but should deter any would-be intruders. The base station has a backup battery that will still sound the alarm even during a power outage (the keypad has a rechargeable battery in it as well that should last months between charges). If you subscribe to the Pro plan, you also get backup cellular internet as mentioned earlier, so this security system has all of your bases covered as far as power outages and internet outages. ## Summary The Ring Alarm *Pro* version is meant to serve as your home internet router and security system in one. If you’re already happy with your home WiFi router, then you probably don’t need to spend the extra money on this *Pro* version. The keypad’s voice commands and LED animations help you understand the current state of your system, and you’re not required to pay a monthly subscription fee for basic self-monitoring.

    Posted by TechnicallyWell

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