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New Ring Stick Up Cams available in New Zealand
Posted on 23-Jan-2019 20:54 | Filed under: News


New Ring Stick Up Cams available in New Zealand

Ring has announced the availability of Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Ring Stick Up Cam Battery in New Zealand. The new Stick Up Cams are Ring’s first cameras meant for both indoor and outdoor use, and further bolster the Ring of Security around homes and neighbourhoods. Ring’s ever-expanding line of home security devices enable the company to further its mission of reducing crime in neighbourhoods across the globe. Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Stick Up Cam Battery, in both black and white, are now available at Ring.com and retailers.

 

Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and Founder of Ring, said: “We’re excited to continue expanding the Ring of Security in New Zealand with Ring’s first indoor/outdoor cameras. Ring Stick Up Cams give neighbours maximum flexibility to position the cameras anywhere, regardless of power availability, to secure every corner of their property. Every decision Ring makes is driven by our mission to reduce crime in neighbourhoods; it’s important to have multiple layers of home security, and the Stick Up Cam line offers affordable, easy-to-install security for both inside and outside of the home.”

 

Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Stick Up Cam Battery feature motion detection, 1080p full HD resolution, night vision, two-way talk, a siren, and a wide viewing angle – all for NZD $369. Stick Up Cam Battery can be easily removed to be recharged or can be recharged by a Ring Solar Panel with just a few hours of direct sunlight everyday. Stick Up Cam Wired can either be powered by Power over Ethernet (PoE) or through a micro-USB power supply, which gives users a reliable connection to the internet as well as consistent power. For indoor use, Ring Stick Up Cams bring the Ring of Security inside so users are notified of any suspicious motion within the home. For those looking for additional outdoor security, neighbours can place the Stick Up Cams around the outside of the home to monitor activity on their property and help prevent a crime from taking place.

 

Ring, which was recently acquired by Amazon, will allow neighbours with Alexa devices to be able to access their Stick Up Cam feed (i.e. “Alexa, show the living room camera”) and view the most recent motion event (i.e. “Alexa, show me the latest event from my backyard”). Additional Alexa functions and Ring integrations will be added to Stick Up Cams later next year.

 

Stick Up Cam Wired Features

 

  • Flexible and DIY installation both indoors and outdoors
  • Two-way talk
  • 1080p HD video
  • Siren
  • Night vision
  • Motion detection with customisable motion zones
  • Weatherproof (IPX5 rating)
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) and micro USB power

Stick Up Cam Battery Features

 

  • Flexible and DIY installation both indoors and outdoors
  • Two-way talk
  • 1080p HD video
  • Night vision
  • Siren
  • Motion detection with adjustable motion zones
  • Weatherproof (IPX5 rating)
  • Battery-powered (6-12 months of life depending on usage)
  • Compatible with Ring Solar Panel (Bundle NZD $455)

Ring Stick Up Cam Wired White is available at Ring.com for NZ$ 369. Stick Up Cam Battery White and Black, Stick up Cam Wired Black are available now at NZ$ 369 each. The Cams are also available at Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman, Bunnings Warehouse and JB Hi-Fi.

 










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