The Doorbell Company, Ring Debuted A Floodlight Cam At CES And It Comes With A Newly Added Siren
Ring, the connected doorbell maker is adding yet another product to their lineup. The product being introduced is a Ring Floodlight Cam. This is no ordinary piece of work; this camera serves as a replacement for the standard outdoor wired floodlight. It includes an HD 1080p video recording system and has streaming capabilities. It even offers cloud video storage, a 270 degree motion detection feature, a microphone plus speaker to serve as an intercom and a 100dB siren. This siren is scary enough to scare anyone off who is not supposed to be standing outside your door. So safety is surely guaranteed.
Features of the Ring Floodlight Cam
The new Ring Floodlight Cam is an improvement to the conventional motion-activated outdoor light. This design is supposed to improve the safety features of existing devices and provide greater security to users. The traditional outdoor light hasn’t been working too well in fooling ‘fishy’ strangers into believing that somebody may be at home. The connectivity features in the new device are also present in the Ring Stick-Up Cam but has some newly added features. These features include the siren and the ability to attach it directly to the already existing floodlight outlet. The light can be turned on and off using the Ring app apart from being activated due to motion or some pre-decided schedule.
According to Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and Founder of Ring,“With learnings from Ring Video Doorbell combined with our mission of reducing crime in neighborhoods, the team and I invented the next layer of easy-to-use, DIY, proactive outdoor home security. We are now able to deliver the full Ring of Security to every corner of your home, giving you 24-hour monitoring in one, integrated solution. Floodlight Cam enhances Ring’s mission of reducing crime in neighborhoods and when used with the Ring Doorbell, provides a complete proactive, preventative home security system”.
Pre-orders for the product begin today and will be retailed at $249 directly from Ring. The target ship date for the product is sometime in early April this year.