Ring’s Solar Powered Lights Help Make Neighborhoods Safer

published: 2020-01-16 21:00 | editor: | category: News

Ring’s new Control Center enhances customer security and privacy, while the new Ring Access Controller Pro and Ring Smart Lighting products give customers more intuitive and comprehensive control over their whole-home Ring security system, creating a smoother and more secure customer experience.

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Ring, whose mission is to make neighborhoods safer, today announced its new Control Center alongside six new products at CES 2020 that further increase its whole-home security lineup and enable users to have even more control of their devices and security.

The new Control Center, expected to come to the Ring mobile app later this month, will initially enable Ring users to see and manage their connected mobile, desktop and tablet devices, third-party services, as well as enable customers to opt out of receiving video requests in areas where local police have joined the Neighbors app.

Future versions of the Control Center will provide users the ability to easily view and take charge of other privacy and security settings right from the Ring app. With privacy, security and customer control top of mind, the new Control Center will provide Ring customers with more clarity over how their data is kept secure and private by Ring.

The new solar-powered Ring Smart Lighting devices bring users even more versatility when expanding their Ring of Security around their property. (Image from Business Wire)

Ring Smart Lighting Solar

The three new solar-powered Ring Smart Lighting devices - Solar Floodlight, Solar Steplight, and Solar Pathlight - bring users even more flexibility when expanding their Ring of Security around their property.

Ring Smart Lighting creates a reasonably priced, easy-to-install network of smart, outdoor, motion-sensing lights that work together to light up the dark areas around the home.

 

Ring Solar Floodlight

Motion-activated smart light perfect for illuminating the driveway, yard, and walkways. The device features a combined 1,300 lumens, 45-foot maximum motion detection range, as well as adjustable mounts and settings.

Ring Solar Steplight

Motion-activated safety light that can illuminate stairs, decks and porches for enhanced security where you need it most. When connected to the Ring Bridge, users can fine tune the brightness, motion sensitivity, and create custom light schedules, including dusk to dawn glow for uninterrupted lighting that brightens when motion is detected.

Ring Solar Pathlight

Motion-activated smart light for walkways, driveways, and other high-traffic areas. Like the Ring Solar Steplight, when connected to the Ring Bridge, users can adjust brightness, motion sensitivity, and create custom light schedules, including dusk to dawn glow for continuous light that brightens when motion is detected.

 

About Ring

Since its founding in 2013, Ring has been on a mission to make neighborhoods safer. From the video doorbell, to Ring Alarm, which was named #1 in Customer Satisfaction for DIY Home Security Systems by J.D. Power, Ring’s smart home security product line, as well as the Neighbors app, offer users affordable whole-home and neighborhood security. At Ring, we are committed to making home and neighborhood security accessible and effective for everyone -- while working hard to bring communities together. Ring is an Amazon company. For more information, visit www.ring.com. With Ring, you’re always home. 

Like similar devices at this stage in product development, Solar Floodlight, Solar Pathlight, Solar Steplight, and A19 Smart LED Bulb have not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. Solar Floodlight, Solar Pathlight, Solar Steplight, and A19 Smart LED Bulb are not, and may not be offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.

 

(Source: Business Wire)

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