Physically Installing Your Stick Up Cam Plug-in

Physically installing up your Stick Up Cam Plug-in is a simple process. Simply scroll down for a step-by-step guide. 

Click here to watch a video tutorial for installing this device.

Note that you should set up your Stick Up Cam in the Ring App before physically installing it.

Click here for information on setting up your Stick Up Cam Plug-in in the Ring app.

Step One: Charge the battery (optional)

The Stick Up Cam Plug-in Cam can use a Quick Release Battery Pack as a power backup (sold separately). If you have purchased a backup battery, make sure it is fully charged by plugging it into a USB port using the provided orange cable or any other micro-USB cable you have handy. The battery is fully charged when only the green LED is lit.

  • Remove the battery cover on your Stick Up Cam by twisting it counterclockwise to unlock.
  • If the battery is already inserted, remove the battery.
  • After charging, insert the battery into the bottom of your Stick Up Cam until it locks into place.

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Step Two: Choose your location

Your Stick Up Cam will be happy just about anywhere indoors. It can sit on its own stand, or mounted to a wall or ceiling (with a special Stick Up Cam Mount - sold separately).

Choose a spot where it can provide the view that you want.

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Step Three: Install Stick Up Cam on a table or a shelf

Place the Stick Up Cam at your chosen location. Choose a spot where it can provide the view you want, within reach of a power socket. 

Once you’re done, check out the live video in the Ring app to make sure you have the view you want.

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    • Swivel the base around so that the long side faces the front, then tilt your Stick Up Cam so it points downward.mceclip3.png

Step Three (alternative): Install Stick Up Cam on a wall

Remove the base of the Stick Up Cam by unscrewing it using a standard Phillips-head screwdriver (not included).

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Re-attach the base to the back of your device with the "UP" arrow pointing upward.

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Remove the mounting bracket by sliding it down to remove it from the base.
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Hold the bracket against your wall, making sure the "UP" arrow is pointing upward, and mount it with the included screws.

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Mount your Cam by guiding the grooves in the base on the hooks on the bracket. Slide Stick Up Cam down to secure it to the wall.

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You can now rotate your Stick Up Cam to the desired angle and check out the live video in the Ring app to make sure you have the view you want.

 

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To install the base screw:

First, slide your Stick Up Cam off of the mounting bracket. Pop the rubber plug out of the base, then place Stick Up Cam back on the bracket. Secure with one of the provided screws.

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To install the battery compartment screw:

Remove the battery compartment, pop out the rubber plug, then replace the battery compartment on your Stick Up Cam. Secure with one of the provided screws.

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Mounting your Stick Up Cam to a ceiling 

1. Install the security screws (optional).

Your Stick Up Cam comes with two optional security screw locations. One secures the battery compartment, and the other secures the mounting bracket to the base. To use them, open the battery compartment and/or remove the mounting bracket, then pop out the rubber plug(s).

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2.Swivel the base so the long side faces the front.

3. Insert and drive the security screw into the base screw location with a standard Phillips-head screwdriver (not included).

4. Turn your Stick Up Cam over to access the battery compartment screw hole, and drive the second security screw

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Installing outdoors? 

Remove the indoor plug faceplate by pressing the “PUSH” button and sliding it off of the adapter. Then grab the included outdoor power cable, and slide its connector onto the power adapter until it clicks into place.

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Final Step: Install the security screws (optional)

Your Stick Up Cam comes with two optional security screw locations. One secures the mounting bracket to the base, and the other secures the battery compartment. To access them after you’ve mounted your Stick Up Cam, rotate it to either side.

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