Tips for installing your Contact Sensor (2nd gen)
If your door or window has a unique frame, size, structure or moulding, you may want to take a creative approach to mounting the Ring Alarm Contact Sensor (2nd generation). You can even mount the Contact Sensor on a casement window using this method. Note: Before you can begin mounting the Sen...
Setting up and using your Contact Sensor
The Ring Alarm Contact Sensor is designed to monitor your doors and windows. The Contact Sensor is made up of two parts - the sensor and the magnet - and when installed on your door or window, it can tell if the door or window is open or closed. By default, your Ring Alarm Contact Sensors are ar...
Troubleshooting your Ring Alarm Contact Sensor
Having issues with your Ring Alarm Contact Sensor? Follow these steps to help resolve them. What if my Contact Sensor won’t connect? Move the Contact Sensor closer to the Base Station. If this doesn’t work, you can try to add a Range Extender between the Contact Sensor and the Base Station. If ...
Troubleshooting your Contact Sensor (2nd generation)
Having issues with your 2nd generation Ring Alarm Contact Sensor? Follow these steps to help resolve them. What if my Contact Sensor (2nd generation) won’t connect? Move the Contact Sensor closer to the Base Station. If this doesn’t work, you can try to add a Range Extender between the Contact S...
How to Install your Ring Alarm Contact Sensors on Different Types of Doors, Windows, and Trim
There are many ways to build and decorate a home. That means that the types of doors, windows, and trims in the home will be different from house to house. Having certain types of these home accessories will require you to install your Alarm Sensors in specific ways. The following article will gi...