Smart Solar Lights
Placing Your Solar Smart Lights for Optimum Performance
One of the most important considerations when installing your Solar Smart Lights is placing them so that they get adequate sunlight to maintain their charge year-round. This article will help you place and maintain your Smart Solar Lights so they stay bright when you need them. If you would like...
Choosing the Best Power Source for your Ring Smart Lighting Device
Ring offers hardwired, battery, and solar versions of Smart Lighting Devices. How do I know which one is best for me?Regardless of which variety of Smart Lighting Device you choose for your home, we're sure you'll be pleased with the result. That being said, hardwired, battery, and solar devices ...
Smart Solar Light Information
Ring Smart Lighting Solar devices are part of Ring’s Smart Lighting line of products that strengthen your security while illuminating your home and property with the power of the Sun. Use all three Smart Lighting Solar lights to protect your home without worrying about power problems. This articl...
Smart LED Lightbulbs Information
Ring’s Smart LED Lightbulbs are part of Ring’s Smart Lighting line of products that offer you all new ways to customize your security and internal lighting - everything from security floodlights to porch lights - to maximize both comfort and security. This article answers common questions about ...
Installation and Setup for all your Ring Smart Lighting devices
Ring Smart Lighting Smart Lighting Bridge Download the Bridge Manual How to set up and install your Ring Bridge Smart Lighting Pathlight Battery Download the Pathlight Manual How to set up and install your Pathlight Smart Lighting Solar Pathlight Download the Solar Lighting Pathlight manual S...
Using Light Grouping to Enhance Your Smart Solar Lights
One of the most powerful ways to use your Ring Smart Solar Lights is to group them together using the "Groups" function in the Ring app. Grouping your Smart Lights allows them to react intelligently to events that happen on your property. You can, for example, turn on all the lights on one side o...
Controlling Your Smart Solar Lights with Light Schedules
One of the best ways to make sure your Smart Solar Lights are on when you want them to be is to use. the powerful Light Schedules feature in your Ring app. This article will detail how to use Light Schedules. If you want general information on Ring Smart Lighting, click here. What are Light Sche...
Setting Up Your Smart Light Bulb in the Ring App
Setting up your Smart Light Bulb in the Ring app is simple. Simply scroll down for a step-by-step guide. Warning! Risk of electrical shock. Do not attempt to open or disassemble the bulb. Not suitable for use with standard wall dimmers. Suitable for damp locations. Do not use where directly ex...
Download the Manual - Ring Smart LED Lightbulbs
Ring products are designed for easy setup and use. To find the user manual for your Ring Smart LED Lightbulb, select it below. Click here for the English version of the PAR38 manual. Click here for the English version of the A19 manual.
Troubleshooting Unexpected Battery Drain in Ring Solar Smart Lights
My Ring Smart Solar Lights are losing power faster than I expected them to. What's going on? Check the following if the battery in your Ring Smart Solar Lights is dying faster than expected: Remember the season If it's winter and you're in an area that gets less than the recommended eight hours...
Resetting your Ring Smart Lightbulb
If you ever need to reset your Ring Smart Lightbulb, just follow this simple procedure. Resetting your Ring Smart Lightbulb Using a power switch, turn the bulb off. Turn the bulb on and off six times. Each on cycle should last two seconds and each off cycle should last two seconds - for a tota...
Updating the Firmware on your Smart Solar Lighting
Ring devices are constantly being updated to improve their efficiency, add new features, or upgrade their security. When this happens, your device may need to update its "firmware," or the basic software that keeps it running. This will usually happen automatically during set up and the Ring app ...