Ring Home Security

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Ring Home Security

Your Ring Alarm detects an issue.

You’ll receive notifications when a contact sensor,2 motion detector or any part of your alarm system is triggered.

See what’s happening.

Check your Ring App to verify whether it’s simply a family member coming home early or something more serious.

Get help if there’s an emergency.

Call local authorities on your own terms. Or let us handle it for you with 24/7 professional monitoring.

Protection for break-ins.

Be the first to know when doors and windows open. Link all your Ring Alarm components and pair them to your mobile devices with the Ring Base Station.

Protection for smoke & CO.

Keep everyone safe by placing Ring Alarm Smoke and CO Listeners near your existing smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Protection for flood & freeze.

Stay ahead of costly water damage and low temperatures by placing Ring Alarm Flood and Freeze Sensors near water sources around your home.

Protection for emergencies.

Get help as soon as you need it by placing a Ring Panic Button within reach to quickly sound the siren on your Ring Alarm.

  • Ring Inc. (formerly Doorbot) is a home security and smart home company owned by Amazon.
  • Ring manufactures home security products that incorporate outdoor motion-detecting cameras, including Ring Video Doorbell.
  • In 2013, Ring was founded as Doorbot by Jamie Siminoff. Doorbot was crowdfunded via Christie Street, and raised US$364,000, more than the $250,000 requested.
  • In 2013, Siminoff and Doorbot appeared on an episode of the reality series Shark Tank to seek a $700,000 investment in the company, which he estimated was worth $7 million.[5] Kevin O’Leary made an offer as a potential investor but Siminoff declined it. After being on Shark Tank, Siminoff rebranded the company which received $5 million in additional sales.
  • In 2016, Shaquille O'Neal acquired an equity stake in Ring, and subsequently became a spokesperson in the company's marketing. In a series of internal emails, Siminoff declared war with "the dirtbag criminals that steal our packages and rob our houses" in 2016 and competitor ADT Inc. in 2017.