The battery-powered Motion Sensor extends the range of your Ring of Security. It connects to your Ring lights, doorbells and cameras via the Ring Bridge (sold separately) to activate connected devices whenever motion is detected. The Ring Bridge also unlocks smart controls in the Ring App and lets you receive motion-activated notifications and adjust settings right from your phone or tablet. To set up your Motion Sensors, simply place them outside near entryways and connect them to your Ring devices and the Ring App via the Ring Bridge. When your Motion Sensors detect motion, it can activate connected lights, doorbells, cameras and more.
Connects to Ring lights, doorbells and cameras via the Ring Bridge (sold separately) to activate connected devices when motion is detected.
Sends motion-activated notifications to your phone and tablet when connected to the Ring Bridge.
Lets you adjust motion sensitivity with the Ring App when connected to the Ring Bridge.
Use the included toolkit to install Motion Sensors near entryways so you always know when someone steps on your property.
A:AnswerI know its been a month but I would still like to add my two cents.. personally with something like that i would get
It's a drive way motion sensor that doesn't need a bridge or the ring network. unless of course you already have ring.. then its perfect
Great question! We recommend using the Ring Motion Sensor near the Ring Bridge so that it can work as intended. While you may be able to use it on your vehicle, we do not recommend it. If you have any further questions, please reach out to us directly at 18006561918. We look forward to hearing from you. -Jamila at Ring.
Yes, all Ring security cameras use IR (infrared) lighting for night vision. Certain models of Ring devices have a night vision feature that allows you to see through the camera in low light conditions. By using infrared light, the camera can create a black and white image that is then beamed to the Live View in your app. By turning the color night vision feature on, the camera will use whatever ambient light is available to try and create a "false color" image in your Live View. This lets you get a better sense of what's happening in the image by creating a false sense of color depth. Here is a helpful article regarding this feature: https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038559351-Understanding-Color-Night-Vision-and-Troubleshooting-Night-Vision.
For any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out on our community forum at https://community.ring.com/.
Alexis with Ring
That is a great question. Yes the Ring Smart Lighting Motion Sensor is an outside motion sensor. Also only Ring Alarm sensors will activate the alarm. Ring doorbells, camera and smart light devices will notify you via the Ring App. When your Ring Alarm siren is triggered during an emergency, it's important to understand the sequence of events that happen. This help article can explain in more details: https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000019526-Getting-Started-Understanding-the-Emergency-Process
Antonio from Ring
I would love to ensure I am answering this question for you properly, and kindly ask that you reach out to us directly for clarification on the exact use you're seeking. The Ring Motion Sensor is part of a line of Smart Lights which connects to your Ring lights, doorbells and cameras via the Ring Bridge to activate connected devices whenever motion is detected.
Let's get connected today, so we can see if this device is what you're looking for. Please reach out to us at the method which most conveniences you: https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us/articles/213608406-Contact-Us
Caitlin with Ring