Panic Button (2nd Generation) Customizable Settings and Options


The Ring Alarm Panic Button (2nd Generation) has several customizable settings for your home security needs. Options include assigning the Panic Button to a room, naming the button, and setting the emergency response* type (panic, medical, or fire).

Panic Button (2nd Generation) Device Settings and Options in the Ring App

  • Add the device to your Ring Alarm or Ring Alarm Pro and receive guided setup and installation instructions.
  • Give the device a name, assign it to a room, and set the emergency response* type.
  • Remove the device from your Ring Alarm or Ring Alarm Pro.
  • See the device state in the device list.
  • View battery information.
  • View event history related to the Panic Button.
  • Get help and FAQ information.

To Access Device Settings for the Panic Button (2nd Generation):

  1. On the dashboard of your Ring app, tap the main menu (3-lined icon at the top left corner).
  2. Tap Devices.
  3. Tap Alarm or Alarm Pro Base Station.
  4. Tap on the Panic Button you’d like to adjust.
  5. Tap Device Settings.


Additional Resources
Ring Alarm Panic Button (2nd Generation) Setup and Use
Troubleshooting Your Panic Button (2nd Generation)
FAQs About the Panic Button (2nd Generation)


* A compatible Ring Protect subscription is required to enroll in the Ring Alarm professional monitoring service. Professional monitoring service is available only within the U.S. (all 50 states, but not U.S. territories) and in Canada (excluding Quebec). Ring does not own its own professional monitoring center. Smoke and carbon monoxide monitoring is not available for commercial properties. See Ring alarm licenses at: Additional permit or false alarm fees may apply depending on your local jurisdiction. Additional charges may apply in areas that require permits or guard response service for alarm verification.


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