Video Doorbells
  • Checking if your existing doorbell wiring is compatible with Ring Video Doorbells

    If you are considering hardwiring a Ring Video Doorbell, it is important to identify the type and specifications of your existing doorbell system. This will help you select the right Video Doorbell for your home. Ring Video Doorbells are designed to be hardwired to low-voltage doorbell transforme...

  • Installation instructions for your Ring devices and accessories

    If you need help installing your Video Doorbell, Security Camera or Chime, you can use the links below to go to the installation guide for your product. Learn how to find the name of your Ring product in the Ring app. Jump to: Video Doorbells Security Cameras Chimes Video Doorbells Click here ...

  • How to charge your Video Doorbell or Security Camera battery

    Here’s everything you need to know about charging the battery for your Video Doorbell or Security Camera. Follow the steps below to check your battery level in the Ring app. Open the Ring app. Tap ☰ on the top left of the screen. Tap Devices. Tap the Ring device you want to check. Tap Dev...

  • Comparing Ring Video Doorbells

    The chart below lists the features of the individual Ring Video Doorbell models along with recommendations (below the chart) as to which model might be best for you. If you already own a Ring Video Doorbell and want to find accessories for it, click on this link to see what is available.   Rin...

  • How to find out what Ring Video Doorbell or Security Camera you have and get the right accessories

    If you want to get accessories for your Ring Video Doorbell or Security Camera, it’s important to find out which model you have so that you get a compatible product. If you have already set up your doorbell or security camera in the Ring app, you can find the doorbell or security camera model by ...

  • Telling the difference between the Ring Video Doorbell and Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Generation)

    The Ring Video Doorbell and Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Generation) have different features, but look the same from the front. You can tell them apart to see which one you have by looking at the back of the device.  Scroll down on this page to see a comparison chart of features.  If you need to find...

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