Ring Indoor / Outdoor Stick Up Cam Battery
With all of summer’s comings and goings, having a Ring security system provides peace of mind without impeding your plans.
Summer is a time for spontaneity – weekend getaways, days at the beach, week-long road trips, kids home for the holidays and pets enjoying the summer sun in the backyard. There’s a lot going on. Thankfully, the Ring security system makes it easy to keep an eye on things back home, even if you’re out and about.
Start with a Ring Video Doorbell. This clever technology lets you keep an eye on people as they come and go, talk to visitors at the door and keep an eye out for movement, even after dark, thanks to night vision.
You can receive notifications on your smartphone when someone presses the doorbell, and – as with all Ring Doorbells and cameras – motion alerts when motion is detected. When an alert pops up on your phone, tap it to see a live view and to speak with whoever's on the other end.
Planning where to place your Ring Security Cameras is the key to avoiding blind spots, and there’s a Ring camera for every area in and around the home, so it’s important to think about mounting, internet access, lighting and power.
Indoors, cover thoroughfares like the stairway or hall, the main bedroom and common areas including the kitchen and living rooms.
Outside, cover entry points and areas which aren’t visible from the street, such as the backyard. Make sure you place cameras out of reach, and choose the right camera for the area. For example, the Ring Spotlight Cam Battery/Wired lights up the darkest areas.
With the complete Ring security set-up around your home, you can be assured that you will have eyes on your home, even if you’re out and about.
To keep an eye on all parts of your home, browse our range of indoor and outdoor Ring security systems.
Note: Wi-Fi required.
Check out our step-by-step guide on how to install a security door.
Some products are not available at all Bunnings stores, but may be ordered. Lighting and electrical units should be installed by a licensed electrician. Learn more about our outdoor lighting and Wi-Fi camera installation services.
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