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Ring Video Doorbell Wired: Two-Way Talk, Advanced Motion Detection, HD Camera & Real-Time Alerts

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  • 1080p HD wired video doorbell with two-way talk and advanced motion detection
  • Real-time notifications sent to your phone
  • Night vision feature for clear visuals in the dark
  • Hardwired installation using existing doorbell wiring
  • Pair with Ring Protect Plan for video recording and storage
  • Connect with Alexa for added home monitoring capabilities
  • Field of View: 155° horizontal, 90° vertical
  • Requires 10-24 VAC, 40VA max, 50/60Hz power supply


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Ring Video Doorbell Wired: Two-Way Talk, Advanced Motion Detection, HD Camera & Real-Time Alerts
Ring Video Doorbell Wired: Two-Way Talk, Advanced Motion Detection, HD Camera & Real-Time Alerts


Introducing the Ring Video Doorbell Wired

The Ring Video Doorbell Wired is a cutting-edge home security device that offers advanced features to help you monitor your front door with ease. This sleek and compact video doorbell is packed with functionality to provide you with peace of mind and convenience.

Key Features:

  • 1080p HD video quality for clear visuals
  • Two-way talk for communication with visitors
  • Advanced motion detection to alert you of any activity
  • Real-time notifications sent straight to your phone
  • Night vision capability for round-the-clock monitoring
  • Customizable privacy settings for added security

Installation and Compatibility:

The Video Doorbell Wired is designed for easy installation, with an average setup time of around 15 minutes. It requires hardwiring using your existing doorbell system or Ring plug-in adapter for power supply. The doorbell is compatible with standard 2.4 GHz wifi connection and is weather-resistant for outdoor use.

Enhanced Security with Ring Protect Plan:

For added security and convenience, consider subscribing to the Ring Protect Plan. With this subscription, you can record and review videos for up to 180 days, share videos and photos, and enjoy additional features like Alexa integration for voice commands and alerts.

Stay Connected with Alexa:

Pair your Ring Video Doorbell Wired with Alexa for seamless integration with your smart home devices. With Alexa, you can receive motion alerts on your Echo device, see a Live View on your Echo Show, Fire TV, or Fire Tablet, and even communicate with visitors using voice commands.

Warranty and Support:

The Ring Video Doorbell Wired comes with a 1-year limited warranty for peace of mind. For any inquiries or assistance, you can visit the Ring Video Doorbell Wired support page for additional information.


The Ring Video Doorbell Wired is a reliable and feature-rich solution for enhancing your home security. With its advanced technology, easy installation, and compatibility with other smart devices, this video doorbell is a valuable addition to any modern home.

Additional information

Specification: Ring Video Doorbell Wired: Two-Way Talk, Advanced Motion Detection, HD Camera & Real-Time Alerts

Average Install Time

~15 minutes


1080p HD Video, Live View, Night vision

Field of View

155° horizontal, 90° vertical

Motion Detection

Advanced Motion Detection with customizable motion zones


Two-way audio with noise cancellation


Hardwired Requires an existing doorbell system, Ring plug-in adapter or transformer for power supply (10-24 VAC, 40VA max, 50/60Hz, or 24VDC, 0.5A, 12W) No halogen or garden-lighting transformers.

Internet Requirements

High-speed internet


802.11 b/g/n wifi connection @ 2.4 GHz

Operating conditions

4°F to 104°F (-20°C to 40°C), weather resistant

Available Colors



3.98 in x 1.81 in x 0.88 in (101mm x 45.7mm x 22.4mm)

Box Includes

Ring Video Doorbell Wired, installation tools and screws, user manual, quick start guide, and security stickers

Setup Requirements

Standard doorbell system, Ring plug-in adapter or transformer with 10-24 VAC, 40VA max, 50/60Hz or 24VDC, 0.5A, 12W

Warranty and Service

1-year limited warranty. Use of Ring Video Doorbell is subject to the terms found here.


Click here to view more information on the Ring Video Doorbell Wired support page.


Ring Video Doorbell Wired 1st Generation – 2021 Release.

Software Security Updates

This device receives guaranteed software security updates until at least four years after the device is last available for purchase as a new unit on our websites. Learn more about these software security updates. If you already own a Ring device, visit Software Security Updates in Ring Control Center for information specific to your device.


1Ring Alarm and all Ring Alarm accessories require a subscription for in-app features and digital notifications, including but not limited to: digital arming, disarming and integration with other Ring, Echo, Alexa, and third party products. Subscription sold separately. View Ring Protect Plans for pricing and details. Customer reviews may reference features that require a subscription.

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  1. Lyla Mae

    When I installed my ring doorbell it worked just fine; I got zero false alarms from the motion alerts on my phone. After the 30-Day trial of Amazon’s monthly “video recording” ended I decided I didn’t need those features and did not sign up. That day and every day after the doorbell gave several motion false alarms. Once I started paying the monthly fee, the alerts started working properly again. Buyer Beware!!! This thing only works right IF you pay the monthly fee. Had I realized this upfront I would have chosen another brand.

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  2. Vlad

    This is my review for:

    Ring Video Doorbell Wired

    I tried to keep my review short but there was a lot of information here so I added headers for easier reading.


    When the first Ring doorbell came out, I really wanted one, but it was a bit too expensive for my taste, so I went with a cheap knock-off. I have been using that knock-off since then and I hate it. The image quality wasn’t awful, but it had a lot of bugs and it didn’t play well with “Alexa”. I kept automating my home adding echo’s, lights, switches, cameras, you name it and every time I circled back to the doorbell I would think: “I already have a video doorbell and the Ring doorbell is still pricey; maybe I should buy some other automation toys”. Well, this new Ring came out, and it was less than 100$ thus I said, let’s try it…


    Dimensions wise, this one is pretty small (5.1”x2.4”x 1.1”). The button is very noticeably a button; to me this is important as with my old knock off doorbell, people would constantly push the camera lenses thinking that they rang the doorbell.

    Differences between this Ring Doorbell and Previous versions:

    I did some internet research prior to deciding for it, and I could only find a few things: (1) it supports only 2.4 GHz networks instead of being dual band, (2) it only works as a fully wired setup (3) it has a single faceplate and (4)it is way cheaper than previous models.

    To me, it wasn’t a big deal the doorbell not being dual band, I planned on using the 2.4 GHz band anyway as I have been with my knockoff brand doorbell. There are several obstructions along the way (two thick walls and some furniture between the door and my repeater, and my router is in the basement), and the 2.4 GHz network is usually better for that albeit a bit slower.
    This doorbell requires to have an existing wired doorbell setup, unlike previous iterations that you could have fully battery powered doorbell. Yet the setup is only needed for power. You will be bypassing the existing doorbell chime, thus, you will either need to purchase the model that include the Ring Chime (+20$), purchase a separate Ring Chime (30-50$) or use a compatible Alexa device as the speaker(s). I am using a few of my echoes and I like the setup a whole bunch.
    The Ring Video Doorbell has a single face plate (black) vs 4 different color ones for the Pro. I did search online for other faceplates and I found a pearl white one going for about 15$ but I am sticking with the black one.
    The newer model is about 70% cheaper. About 60$ vs the 200$ MSRP for the Pro.
    Issues so far:

    I haven’t had a lot of issues, but I already had one. I had some connectivity issues right of the bat. The fact that this doorbell bypasses the hardwired chime exacerbates this. No connectivity means no doorbell whether you have power or not. A few resets, I moved my repeater closer and it appear the problem was corrected. However, I point it out because when compared to my old 2.4 GHz knock-off video doorbell, I never had an issue. I am considering this as a one off but I will update my review if this issue persists.

    Bottom line

    What I liked:

    Compatibility with Alexa. When Amazon acquired Ring a while back, I just knew that integration with Echo devices would probably only improve but even knowing that, I was impressed. You can define specific devices you want them to work with. It allows for tons of customization including ringtones.
    I currently have two echo dots and an echo spot serving as my alerts and this setup works great. The video playback on the Echo Spot is smooth as silk with minimal Lag. I will be linking it up to my new Echo Show when it gets here, next week. I don’t envision any issues linking it up, but I will update my review if needed.
    It features an advanced motion detection system that allows for customizable alert motion zones. It is extremely intuitive to setup. Thumbs up, all the way.
    It was very easy to install
    It looks elegant yet sleek.
    It is cheaper than any previous Ring Model.

    What I dislike so far.

    It supports only 2.4 GHz networks. This is not a major negative as 2.4 GHz networks usually allow for a better range, especially if there are obstructions along the way. Still, it is worth mentioning.
    I have a hardwired doorbell chime that is useless now. If my WIFI fails at any point, my doorbell is dead in the water.
    I already had connectivity issues. They might have been a one off so I am not necessarily overreacting to them but I will update my review if needed.
    The first two negatives were design choices that allowed lowering the price point and they were something I knew coming in. However, they are still significant enough that I called them out.

    Overall, for the price, this is actually a very good device. If you already have a Ring doorbell, this item is not for you. If you don’t, and you are ok with a fully WIFI driven, hard wired power doorbell camera, I strongly recommend it.

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  3. aztriman

    I bought this based on Ring’s reputation and I will never do that again. The install and set up went quick and smooth at first. The video quality is really good but the motion detection lags quite a bit. If someone just walks up to your door, they will be at the door before you get the motion alert on your phone. The in the house chime (additional cost) was really annoying. There are certain chime sounds you can set on the app for your phone to make and then there are certain chime sounds you can set for the in the house chime and they are NOT the same. Technically there was one that was the same but I didn’t like that one so if someone rang my doorbell, the chime would make one sound and my phone would make a different sound – ANNOYING!!! Now the best part, the damn thing would go off line almost every single day for NO reason! Sometimes when it went off line I was able to reconnect it, and other times I would have to call in for tech help. I will say the tech help people were always very knowledgeable and helpful but the damn thing should NOT be offline almost every day. OH and the modem, router, and doorbell were literally 2 feet from each other the entire time! After a month of battling with it, I yanked it off the wall. Well, it was too late to return it to Amazon, and Ring wouldn’t do anything since I didn’t buy it from them so I smashed it with a sledge hammer and threw out the pieces! NEVER BUY A RING!!!

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  4. Vlad

    I bought this Ring Doorbell 2.5 years ago to monitor the front door of my home. I also own a Ring Floodlight Camera and a Chime Pro. This is my honest review after a couple years of using it.

    The Ring Doorbell is VERY reasonably priced. It came with detailed paper instructions and a step-by-step guide on the app that is easy to follow. The camera quality is good for both day and night vision, and it also covers a very wide area. The motion sensor is EXTREMELY accurate and will alert you about general motion and if it detects people (it even detects spiders making webs near it, or nocturnal critters). You can customize the motion detection to monitor and alert you about whatever specific area that you choose in the app. It also alerts you when someone rings your doorbell and you can respond to them directly through the camera via the app if you are not home OR you can set an away message to automatically go off when someone rings it. You can customize different chimes for different activity within the app, or turn alerts on/off depending on your needs.

    I have NEVER had any issues with internet connectivity for this Ring Doorbell over the years, which is something I was initially nervous about. It is linked up to my phone, my Ring Chime Pro, and my home Alexa device so I am always aware of any activity around my home.

    Overall, I HIGHLY recommend this Ring Doorbell if you are looking for some added security outside of your home. I am still impressed by it and have not had any issues after 2.5 years of use.

    Hopefully you found this helpful!

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  5. Brandon R.

    The device was very easy to installed. Video and picture is good, motion detector is good and the functions, however very disappointed I needed a pay subscription to see the history saved. I have other brand cameras and the history is saved at no charge at all. Update…I hate it. Can’t control the volume on the outside of the doorbell, it makes our internet sooooo slow I had to snooze it so that I can work on my computer. I hate it, hate it. Now looking for other brands.

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