Support for setup of Ring Security Cameras
At Ring, customers are always a priority and to ensure that our customers do not face any issues while installing or setting up security cams at their homes. Camera setup information is readily made available here, for ease of setup and we have also brought you a step-by-step Ring camera setup guide. The pandemic has stopped us from coming to your house and installing the product, but it can’t stop us in helping you set up your security camera. We are offering complete Ring camera setup assistance, including your Wifi, Access devices, smart home devices as well. No matter, if the problem is with your phone, network or other devices, Ring support is there to assist. Dial Ring support number for live assistance to setup your devices. The Ring support offer complete third party device support like networking and Alexa arming etc to help you save time and for better customer experience.
All the cameras provided by us are equipped with sensors capable of capturing images at 1080p. They can be connected with the other device and provide real-time recording on your phone or other monitors. Some of them are also equipped with IR blasters, which allow them to see in the dark making an impeccable monitoring choice.
To install the camera, you will get standard accessories available in the box, wall mount (available with selected products), clips, nails, the Ethernet wire, and power adapter. You can purchase more accessories from the official store if you need more materials for installation. Please follow the instructions in the manual for Ring camera setup and in case you find any issues during Ring setup, please speak with Ring support for further assistance.
Our support team will be directly guiding you while you are setting your security camera via video conferencing. Follow the steps instructed by them and you will sail through the process.
The first step is to find a suitable place for installing your camera. Depending upon the recommended condition and visibility of the device, a proper place should be chosen. Outdoor cameras are resistant to heat, dust, and water while indoor cameras are resistant to oil fumes, therefore, the location of the camera can determine the life of your camera.