Connecting and disconnecting a camera or Video Doorbell to Ring Edge through Ring Alarm Pro

You can connect Ring cameras or Video Doorbells you have connected to your Ring Alarm Pro to process and store their videos locally on a MicroSD card through Ring Edge. To do this, your Ring Alarm Pro and Ring cameras and doorbells must all be on the eero network from your Ring Alarm pro. Follow the instructions below:

Turning on Ring Edge
Setting your cameras or Video Doorbells to Ring Edge is easy.

Follow these instructions:

  1. During the initial Ring Alarm Pro setup, you’ll see a “Activate Ring Edge” screen.
  2. Tap Get started.
  3. If you already have Ring cameras installed, they will be displayed on screen. Make sure they are on the eero network to connect to Ring Alarm Pro’s local video and processing.
  4. For cameras you wish to have local processing and storage, simply tap the toggle to turn this feature on.
  5. If you do not already have Ring cameras installed, you can always go back to Ring Alarm Pro then tap on Enrolled Cameras to opt cameras into local processing and storage once your cameras are set up.

If you wish to turn on Ring Edge after installation, follow these instructions.

  1. Tap Ring Alarm Pro.
  2. Tap Device Settings.
  3. Tap Enrolled Cameras
  4. Make sure your cameras are on the eero network to connect to Ring Alarm Pro’s local video and processing.
  5. For cameras you wish to have local processing and storage, simply tap the toggle to turn this feature on.

Disconnecting a camera or Video Doorbell to cloud processing and storage
To turn off local processing and storage and turn on cloud processing and storage:

  1. Navigate to the Ring Alarm Pro settings page.
  2. Tap Enrolled Cameras.
  3. Toggle off any cameras you wish to longer use local processing and storage.

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