"Devices" are the sensors, motion detectors, keypad, or any other piece of equipment that you attach to your Base Station. The following article answers frequently asked questions about Ring Alarm devices.
Yes. The Base Station is necessary for the Ring Alarm to function.
The sensors are battery operated. The CR123A battery included should last up to three years.
At default sensitivity settings, the motion sensor should not pick up pets under 33 pounds.
No. You can connect as many devices (to the maximum of 100 devices) as you wish to your Ring Alarm without it affecting your monthly fees.
Ring is planning on many additions to the capabilities of Ring Alarm. Ring will make announcements as new capabilities are added to the Ring Alarm.
The audio alarm is 104 dB.
Yes. There is a panic option on the keypad which sends the police right away. To trigger the panic function, hold down the x and checkmark keys on the keypad.
There is also a separate wall mounted Panic Button that can be placed anywhere within the home.
Although other Z-Wave sensors can be added to the system, they will not be used for security purposes or to dispatch the police.