What to Know
Welcome to Your New Ring Video Doorbell
Congratulations on your new Ring Video Doorbell! You've taken a big step forward in securing your home! The following article covers some basic information that will get you up and running quickly. If you haven't yet set up your Ring Doorbell in the Ring app, and need help, click here. Run a Vide...
Ring Video Doorbell Information
What is a Ring Video Doorbell? Ring Video Doorbell provides a new level of security, by notifying you via your smartphone or tablet when someone is on your property. With your Ring Video Doorbell, you can see and speak with anyone at your front door, from wherever you are. Click here for mo...
Mounting Bracket Diagram (with printable full size document)
This printable diagram of Ring Doorbell's Mounting Bracket can assist with measuring and marking a location to place to mount the Ring Doorbell. A full scale PDF of these images is available at the bottom of this page. Mounting bracket in inches: Mounting bracket in millimeters: Cli...
Understanding Ring Video Doorbell LED Light Patterns
The circular (LED) lights on the front of the Ring tell us about the Ring's state and/or what action it's performing. Below is a diagram that explains what each LED light sequence represents.
Ring Video Doorbell Hardwired vs. Battery Powered Operation
If I hardwire my Ring Doorbell to my existing doorbell, do I still have to charge the battery? Yes. If your Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Video Doorbell 2, Ring Video Doorbell 3, or Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus is hardwired, the device will receive a trickle charge from the doorbell wiring. Battery Po...
Ring Video Doorbell (1st generation) Chime Kit Compatibility List
If you're not sure if you have the Ring Video Doorbell (1st generation) or Ring Video Doorbell (2nd generation) click here. The Ring Video Doorbell is compatible with AC-powered door chimes operating between 8-24 volts. Unfortunately, the Ring Video Doorbell is not compatible with wirel...