About the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired
Ring doesn't want you to feel at all limited by their new Stick Up Cam. You don't even have to stick it up — use the integrated base to place it on a tabletop or shelf. Power it with the included micro USB adapter or use Power over Ethernet (adapter sold separately). That means you can also opt for a wired Ethernet connection to your network instead of Wi-Fi®, if you want. And it's weather-resistant, so you can mount it indoors or out.
Two-way talk lets you tell the kids to slow down on the stairs from wherever you are.
A robust app
The Ring mobile app lets you view the camera's live stream in real time from wherever you are. Press the talk button to have a chat with people or pets at home. Or — if you see uninvited guests — press the alarm button to activate the Stick Up Cam's siren to scare them off.
You can also create and modify up to three motion zones within the app. Then customize motion schedules so that you only get notifications when you actually need them.
Optional cloud storage
The camera streams live footage to the app 24/7, but if you want to save or send video clips, you'll need a Ring Protect plan. Ring Protect is a subscription-based cloud storage service. The basic package ($3/month or $30/year) covers a single camera and allows you to save and share your Ring videos from that camera. You get a free, 30-day trial subscription when you activate your Ring device.
Installing multiple Ring devices? The Ring Protect Plus plan ($10/month or $100/year) includes cloud storage for unlimited Ring devices at a single location.
The Ring app shows you views from all your Ring cameras in one easy-to-navigate interface.
Just ask Alexa
I also have good news for Smart home fans — Ring cameras will work with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices for voice control. If you have an Amazon Fire TV, or an Echo Show or Spot, you can ask Alexa to show you the live stream from your Stick Up Cam.
Part of your ring of security
Remember — Ring Stick Up Cam is just one piece of your home protection puzzle. Fill in the gaps with these other Ring devices:
- weather-resistant home security camera
- power options:
- micro USB adapter (indoor and outdoor versions included)
- Power over Ethernet (PoE adapter sold separately)
- view 1080p HD video from anywhere
- night vision lets you see in the dark
- connects to your network via Wi-Fi (2.4 or 5 GHz) or Ethernet
- 150° horizontal, 85° vertical field of view
- get smart alerts on your mobile device when motion is detected
- app features include:
- customizable motion zones and scheduling
- siren activation
- two-way talk with noise cancellation
- live view
- compatible with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices for voice control
- optional cloud storage subscriptions available for saving or sending video clips
- 2-3/8"W x 3-7/8"H x 2-3/8"D (without stand)
- 2-7/16"W x 4-3/4"H x 3-1/4"D (with stand)
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 8SS1E8-WENO
What's in the box:
- Indoor/outdoor surveillance camera (white)
- 13' Power cable with in-line AC/DC converter (AC plug on one end and Micro-B USB on other end)(DC output: 5V 2.5A)
- USB power adapter (DC output: 5V 2.5A)
- US 2-prong AC plug adapter
- 99" USB cable (Type A USB on one end and Micro-B USB on other end)
- Ten 1" self-tapping screws
- 19 Plastic wall anchors
- Two M3 x 7mm security screws (for base cover)
- 6mm / 15/64" Drill bit
- Screwdriver (with Phillips and star security bit)
- 11 Wire clips/screws
- Installation option card
- Installation manual
- Setup Steps
- Ring Protect promo card
- FCC compliance card
- Ring window decal
Ring Stick Up Cam Wired reviews
Good robust camera - easy to setup and works with my doorbell.
Pros: Easy to setup and use
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The new Ring camera is just as advertised. Several options for mounting and excellent instructions. You get everything you need in the box (except a power drill). I already had the Ring Doorbell, but wanted security in other areas of the house and this works perfectly. I'm considering getting another to cover one more section of the house. Monitoring is simple with a Smartphone.
Pros: Wide angle picture. Simple set up. Everything included. Multiple options for mounting.
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More details on the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired
Overview: The Ring Stick Up Cam Wired is a versatile and smart security solution. The camera can be used indoors or outdoors, mounted on a wall or ceiling, or placed on a table top. It can be powered by standard household current (with indoor and outdoor USB power supplies), or Power over Ethernet (PoE), and connects via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. The Stick Up Cam has an adjustable mounting bracket so you can aim the camera where you want. Like other Ring cameras, the Stick Up Cam works through the Ring Always Home app, which provides mobile notifications, two-way communication, and allow you to view live streaming video on your smartphone.
Camera: The camera has a wide-angle lens with a wide 150° horizontal and 85° vertical field of view. The camera produces bright 1080p HD video in a Live View that you can watch on your phone, tablet, or computer. Adjustable motion sensors can detect movement up to 30 feet away. Up to three motion zones can be created to cover specific areas of your home, such as doorways, windows, and gates. When motion is detected, a notification will be sent to your smart device through the Ring app. Customizable motion schedules can be set up allow you to receive notifications only when you need them. Even with the lights off, the camera's infrared LEDs will enable the night vision.
110dB Siren: The camera features a 110-decibel siren alarm that will help scare off any intruders. The siren is remote activated from the Ring App on your smart device or computer.
Power Options: The Ring Stick Up Cam Wired offers dual power options. It can be powered via USB power (5V / 2.5A) which can be supplied by the included (8.25') indoor or (13') outdoor AC power supplies. The camera can also run on Power over Ethernet (PoE). The PoE adapter (sold separately) must meet IEEE 802.3af (PoE) or IEEE 802.3at (PoE\+) standards. The camera is equipped with both Micro-B USB and RJ-45 Ethernet power inputs.
Connectivity: The camera requires an internet connection with a minimum upload speed of 1 Mbps, with a 2 Mbps recommendation for optimum performance. The internet connection can be wireless via Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n @ 2.4GHz/5GHz) or via Ethernet.
Voice Assistant Compatible: The Ring Stick Up Cam Wired is compatible with both Alexa and Google Home voice-controlled "assistants." You can control the Ring security system by telling Alexa or the Google assistant to perform a specific action, such as turn on motion alerts, show the view from specific cameras, or play back videos. When you receive an alert, you can hear the announcements on your device. If you have an Echo Show or Spot, you'll be able to see live and recorded video on the screen, and conduct 2-way conversations with anyone captured on the live camera. Currently, live streaming from Ring devices is not compatible with Chromecast.
Ring App: The free Ring - Almost Home app pulls together all of your Ring devices, including Video Doorbells and Security Cameras. The app sends you an instant alert when someone triggers the camera's motion sensor, or rings your Ring Video Doorbell. You'll be able to see, hear, and speak to anyone on your property using your smart device. In addition, the app lets you create a virtual Neighborhood Watch and receive alerts from your neighbors. In the app, you can customize the Motion Zones, times for receiving (or not receiving) alerts, and how often to be notified for motion events. The Ring App is available for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running iOS 9.1 or later, and for Android devices running version 5.0 and up. The app also works with Windows 10 and Mac OS 10.13 and higher.
Ring Protect: The Ring app includes a free 30-day trial of Ring Video Recording, which lets you save, review, and share recordings from the app. Ring Protect plans are currently* $3.00 per month / $30.00 per year for basic coverage (per camera), or $10.00 per month / $100.00 per year for Protect Plus (unlimited cameras).
*As of December 2018
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