Motion Detector
  • Ring Alarm Motion Detector - Setup and Use

    The Ring Alarm Motion Detector is designed to monitor a room or area inside your home for heat and movement. When armed, the Motion detector will trigger your Ring Alarm when heat and movement are detected.    Motion Detector Features CUSTOMIZABLE, PET-FRIENDLY SETTINGS: You can customize motion...

  • Ring Alarm Motion Detector Settings

    The Ring Alarm Motion Detector has multiple motion detection sensitivity settings that can help protect your home or business while avoiding false alarms. These settings are also useful for avoiding false alarms, especially if you have pets. We recommend that you test your Motion Detector after i...

  • Troubleshooting your Ring Alarm Motion Detector (1st generation)

    Having issues with your 1st generation Ring Alarm Motion Detector? Follow these steps to help resolve them. What if my Motion Detector won’t connect? Move the Motion Detector closer to the Base Station. If this doesn’t work, try removing and replacing the battery: Remove the cover from the devi...

  • Troubleshooting your Ring Alarm Motion Detector (2nd generation)

    Having issues with your 2nd generation Ring Alarm Motion Detector? Follow these steps to help resolve them.   The light patterns on your Motion Detector will help you identify if it’s working well, or if there’s something wrong. When you press the button on the front of the Motion Detector, you m...

  • Testing Your Ring Alarm Motion Detector

    You can test a Ring Alarm Motion Detector at any by using the "Test Motion" tile in your Ring app. This will allow you to make sure your Motion Detectors are working as intended and keeping your home safe. Before starting the Motion Detector Test, make sure your Ring Alarm is disarmed. Testing a...

  • Re-setting Your Motion Detector (1st gen) After it Triggers

    My 1st generation Motion Detector was tripped and now there doesn't seem to be a way to reset the sensor back to it's "cleared" mode so it can detect further movement? No. Motion Detectors have a built-in function called "dwell time." Dwell time means that after a Motion Detector is tripped it wi...