Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen)









Technical Details

Ring Video Doorbell

Average install time5 minutes
Video1080p HD Video, Live View, Night Vision
Field of view155° horizontal, 90° vertical
Motion detectionAdvanced Motion Detection with adjustable motion zones
AudioTwo-way audio with noise cancellation
PowerRuns on a built-in rechargeable battery. Can be hardwired to an existing doorbell system or transformer for continuous charging (8-24 VAC, 40VA max, 50/60Hz). No halogen or garden-lighting transformers; no DC transformer/power supply.
Internet requirementsHigh-speed internet
Connectivity802.11 b/g/n wifi connection @ 2.4 GHz
Operating conditions-5°F to 120°F (-20°C to 48°C), water resistant
Available colorsSatin Nickel, Venetian Bronze
Dimensions4.98 in. x 2.44 in. x 1.10 in. (126.5mm x 62mm x 28mm)
Box includesRing Video Doorbell (2nd Generation), micro USB charging cable, mounting bracket (only compatible with Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Generation), user manual, security sticker, and installation tools and hardware
Setup requirementsOnly if wiring in: Standard doorbell system with 8-24 VAC, 40 VA max, 50/60Hz doorbell transformer

Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Generation) comes with a new mounting bracket in the box. Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Generation) is not compatible with other Ring mounting brackets.

Warranty and service1-year limited warranty. Use of Ring Video Doorbell 4 is subject to the terms found here.
SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Video Doorbell support page
Ring Protect PlanBy purchasing, you authorize us to charge your default card or another card on file when you attach the subscription to a device. Learn more about subscription features and additional terms and conditions.
GenerationRing Video Doorbell (2nd Generation – 2020 Release)
Software Security UpdatesThis 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.




  •  Yes, there is a difference, 2nd gen has removable battery pack.
  • Yes, this does recharge and yes, you can connect this to your existing doorbell wires.
  • This has a battery built inside, so you remove the whole ring doorbell to recharge it.
  • If you connected this to your doorbell wires, then no need to do that because they will be constantly charged up, since it is connected to the power in your home.
  • The other ring model, second generation, has a removable battery pack. So, the ring doorbell doesn’t have to be removed completely, only the battery pack. Charge it up and pop it back in. It makes it easier, instead of having to remove the whole thing like this model.

I hope this helps.



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