Ring Smart Lighting Wall Light Solar information

This article will answer commonly asked questions concerning the Ring Smart Lighting Wall Light Solar.

What is the Ring Smart Lighting Wall Light Solar?
Ring Smart Lighting Wall Light Solar is an outdoor, motion-sensing smart light that can be mounted to walls and other surfaces around the perimeter of the home. Use the Ring Wall Light Solar to light the way on pathways on the sides of buildings, alleyways, above doors, and more. You can control your Wall Light Solar from anywhere via the Ring app or a compatible Alexa-enabled device. A Ring Bridge is required to enable smart features and in-app controls.

What is a Ring Bridge?
Ring Bridge is the central hub that integrates Ring Wall Light Solar into your Ring system. The Bridge connects to the Ring app using your home wifi network and connects to other Ring Smart Lighting products using a proprietary long-range communication protocol. With a Bridge, you can control whole groups of lights and plugs at once and be notified via the Ring app when any Ring Smart Lighting device senses movement.

In addition, you can use your Ring app to create Groups of Smart Lights, Plugs, and Ring cameras that work together to enhance security. For example, if you’re subscribed to Ring Protect, your Ring Doorbell can begin recording video as soon as motion is detected by a linked device, which can then turn on the Wall Light Solar.

Click here to learn more about the Ring Bridge.
Click here to learn more about Groups.

Do I need a Ring Protect subscription to use Ring Wall Light Solar?
No. Ring Wall Light Solar provides smart functionality with or without a Ring Protect subscription. If, however, you have devices such as cameras linked to your Wall Light Solar and want your linked devices to record and save video images for any camera that was triggered, you will need a Ring Protect subscription.

Click here to learn more about Ring Protect Plans.

Does the Ring Wall Light Solar work with Alexa?
Yes. With a Ring Bridge, the Ring Wall Light Solar can be controlled via compatible Alexa-enabled devices.

Can I group the Wall Light Solar with other Ring Smart Lights?
Yes, the Ring Wall Light Solar can be grouped with other Ring Smart Lights with a Ring Bridge.

Is the Wall Light Solar compatible with Linked Devices?
Yes, the Ring Wall Light Solar can be linked with other Ring and Ring-compatible devices with a Ring Bridge.

What surfaces can I install Ring Wall Light Solar on?
Ring Wall Light Solar mounts to most surfaces with the included screws.

What is the brightness of the Ring Wall Light Solar?
The brightness is adjustable up to 800 lumens. You can adjust the brightness from the Ring app.

What is the color temperature of the Ring Wall Light Solar?
The color temperature of the Ring Wall Light Solar is 3500 K.

Does the Ring Wall Light Solar have dusk-to-dawn mode?
Yes. You can turn on dusk-to-dawn mode from the Light Schedules tile.

Can I set lighting schedules?
Yes. You can set lighting schedules from the Light Schedules tile.

What is the motion detection range of Ring Wall Light Solar?
The range is adjustable up to 30 feet.

How does the Ring Wall Light Solar recharge?
The Ring Wall Light Solar has a built-in solar panel. Simply install the device in direct sunlight for consistent recharging and power storage. If there is not enough sunlight where you’d like to place the device, you can also remove the device from the wall and recharge the included rechargeable batteries with a micro-USB cable.

The Ring Wall Light Solar can also be connected to an additional Ring Solar Panel. If the Wall Light Solar is in a dark area with little sunlight, the Solar Panel can be attached and installed in an area with more sunlight.

The Ring Wall Light Solar can also be used with the Ring Outdoor Dual Smart Plug.

Is the Ring Wall Light Solar weather-resistant?
Yes, the Ring Wall Light Solar is weather resistant with an IP rating of IP66 and operating temperatures of -4F to 122F (-20C to 50C).

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