Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Ring Stick Up Cam, Beams, Alarm round out home security lineup

Ring Stick Up Cam, Beams, Alarm round out home security lineup

Ring Beams are the direct result of Ring acquiring the company called Mr. Beams.

The Stick Up Cam and Stick Up Cam Elite cameras both work with the existing Ring network of devices, through Ring apps and software for iOS, Android, Mac and PC.

Networked security vendor Ring has announced a pair of new indoor and outdoor security cameras, a line of connected outdoor lights and further bolstered its appeal to home-owners by announcing that their new professionally monitored home security system will begin shipping to customers in late 2018. Ring Beams include pathway lights, step lights, spotlights and other outdoor security lights created to work with the Ring app, as well as all of its cameras and smart doorbells.

Ring Alarm will compete directly with the likes of ADT and Nest, both of which offer security systems built with the smart home in mind. These were announced back in August and offer customers 24/7 professional monitoring, unlimited cloud storage for their Ring products, free access to the Mobile app and 10% off future device purchases.

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They are each capable of capturing 1080p Full HD video and will work both indoors and out.

The Stick Up Cam and the Stick Up Cam Elite are very similar to one-another. This Ring Alarm device will be shipping in the spring of 2018, and bundles with this alarm device were announced to start at around $199 United States dollars. The Stick Up Cam is weatherproof, battery-powered, and has Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR) motion sensors with zone detection. What's the difference? The regular new Stick Up Cam can run on batteries, while the Elite needs to be wired in. The Elite model has Power of Ethernet (POE) or standard wall outlet connectivity and either Wi-Fi or POE for internet.

Pricing and exacting release timing for the new cameras and the Ring Beams weren't revealed beyond sometime in 2018.

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