Preventing False Alarms
Contact Sensor False Alarm Tips
Below are useful setup tips to consider with your Contact Sensor(s): Use the right placement settings. If you use a door often to come and go, set the door to Main Door. If you never use it, you can use Secondary Door. Always set windows to the Window setting. Adjust entry and exit delays to gi...
Motion Detector False Alarm tips
Every room is unique. To prevent future False Alarms from your Ring Alarm, please consider the following: Do Install your motion sensor: 2.2 metres high from the ground. In the corner of a room facing into the middle. Watch out for: Windows, heat sources, or air vents. Don’t install your M...
Pets and the Ring Alarm Motion Detectors
The Motion Detectors for your Ring Alarm system are a crucial part of the ring of security around your home. For homeowners with pets, however, such systems become problematic. False alarms can be obtrusive to you and your neighbourhood, so you definitely don't want your pet triggering your alarm...
Preventing false alarms
Your Ring Alarm system is designed to keep you safe, but as with any home security system, false alarms can occur. A false alarm is when your alarm is accidentally triggered, despite there being no actual security issue. When you understand the causes of false alarms and how to prevent them, you...