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I don't know why there are such negative responses to this valid question. When Ring released their doorbell, one of their famous guarantees was that they would replace it if it was stolen. Now that Ring has expanded to other devices that are even easier to have stolen (like these lights), it makes sense to ask whethe… see more I don't know why there are such negative responses to this valid question. When Ring released their doorbell, one of their famous guarantees was that they would replace it if it was stolen. Now that Ring has expanded to other devices that are even easier to have stolen (like these lights), it makes sense to ask whether their guarantee covers all of their devices or just certain ones. Geez people. see less I don't know why there are such negative responses to this valid question. When Ring released their doorbell, one of their famous guarantees was that they would replace it if it was stolen. Now that Ring has expanded to other devices that are even easier to have stolen (like these lights), it makes sense to ask whether their guarantee covers all of their devices or just certain ones. Geez people.
Adam
· July 15, 2019
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Seems strange they didn’t launch with a “cartridge” the size of 4D cell batteries with 12V (AC/DC) > 6V mini power supply integrated with a few fly leads coming out of it to immediately retrofit into existing low voltage landscape lighting setups.
No way do I want to maintain disposable batteries in the yard lighting… see more
Seems strange they didn’t launch with a “cartridge” the size of 4D cell batteries with 12V (AC/DC) > 6V mini power supply integrated with a few fly leads coming out of it to immediately retrofit into existing low voltage landscape lighting setups.
No way do I want to maintain disposable batteries in the yard lighting.
Also integrate a rechargeable battery in that adapter cartridge so there is always power available during the day for the motion detectors, then charges up at night when the landscape lighting comes in.
At night after the landscape lighting goes off , the motion detector would run off the rechargeable batteries and if lights needed to come on , it would just instruct the main 12v landscape circuit to come ON.
Without that programming logic built into the unit , even if I make a tried to make a power adapter cartridge for this , it wouldn’t be any good without the battery and smart power control logic...... see less
Seems strange they didn’t launch with a “cartridge” the size of 4D cell batteries with 12V (AC/DC) > 6V mini power supply integrated with a few fly leads coming out of it to immediately retrofit into existing low voltage landscape lighting setups.
No way do I want to maintain disposable batteries in the yard lighting.
Also integrate a rechargeable battery in that adapter cartridge so there is always power available during the day for the motion detectors, then charges up at night when the landscape lighting comes in.
At night after the landscape lighting goes off , the motion detector would run off the rechargeable batteries and if lights needed to come on , it would just instruct the main 12v landscape circuit to come ON.
Without that programming logic built into the unit , even if I make a tried to make a power adapter cartridge for this , it wouldn’t be any good without the battery and smart power control logic......

bradoz7
· August 6, 2019
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The lights by default are dimmed if enabling dawn to dusk, but that can be disabled. Other than dawn to dusk, there is no apparent scheduling. Note that keeping the lights for longer durations than during motion events will eat into your battery life VERY quickly. Estimates for one year battery life are based on abou… see more The lights by default are dimmed if enabling dawn to dusk, but that can be disabled. Other than dawn to dusk, there is no apparent scheduling. Note that keeping the lights for longer durations than during motion events will eat into your battery life VERY quickly. Estimates for one year battery life are based on about 8-10 lights-on events per evening over one year. Duration of each lights-on event is listed as 20 seconds, but the shortest event duration setting I found in the app is for 30 seconds after motion is detected. Can be longer, but doing so again cuts into the battery life. see less The lights by default are dimmed if enabling dawn to dusk, but that can be disabled. Other than dawn to dusk, there is no apparent scheduling. Note that keeping the lights for longer durations than during motion events will eat into your battery life VERY quickly. Estimates for one year battery life are based on about 8-10 lights-on events per evening over one year. Duration of each lights-on event is listed as 20 seconds, but the shortest event duration setting I found in the app is for 30 seconds after motion is detected. Can be longer, but doing so again cuts into the battery life.
Ernesto
· July 22, 2019
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Batteries are not included. I recommend using rechargeable batteries because during winter (increased dark hours and increased cold) the batteries only last a couple months. I have 8 of these lights and I keep two extra sets of batteries charged up and ready. Overall I love the lights and how much control i have ove… see more Batteries are not included. I recommend using rechargeable batteries because during winter (increased dark hours and increased cold) the batteries only last a couple months. I have 8 of these lights and I keep two extra sets of batteries charged up and ready. Overall I love the lights and how much control i have over them--these are actually "smart" lights with a lot of user control. But you pay a premium for the light and batteries. see less Batteries are not included. I recommend using rechargeable batteries because during winter (increased dark hours and increased cold) the batteries only last a couple months. I have 8 of these lights and I keep two extra sets of batteries charged up and ready. Overall I love the lights and how much control i have over them--these are actually "smart" lights with a lot of user control. But you pay a premium for the light and batteries.
Mikey B
· January 11, 2021
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The light source appears to be a small led cell with a decorative bulb like cover. It does not appear to be serviceable.
william underkoffler
· July 8, 2019
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About a year they say, depends on the usage . You are responsible for D batteries
hgc
· September 20, 2019
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When you purchase from Amazon it will ask you do you want your items delivered to a locker you have to choose the location they will give you a code when you have a certain amount of time to pick it up from the locker in the location that you choose.
kp
· January 6, 2020
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It depends on the bundle you get I think the four pack is a great wonderful 127.99. But it depends on how many lights you need.
kp
· September 4, 2020
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Unfortunately ring does provide batteries for the pathway lights they are $29.99 they can only be purchased from Ring website.
kp
· August 2, 2020
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Best answer is ... You can go into your device settings and if you so choose, you can SNOOZE The lights (for like during daytime).
I have NOT done so at all, mainly because that would defeat the purpose of having them trigger in advance the Video Ring Devices.
But .. there's no general 'schedule' function for these… see more
Best answer is ... You can go into your device settings and if you so choose, you can SNOOZE The lights (for like during daytime).
I have NOT done so at all, mainly because that would defeat the purpose of having them trigger in advance the Video Ring Devices.
But .. there's no general 'schedule' function for these overall. I have set mine up based on specific zones around the outside of my home see less
Best answer is ... You can go into your device settings and if you so choose, you can SNOOZE The lights (for like during daytime).
I have NOT done so at all, mainly because that would defeat the purpose of having them trigger in advance the Video Ring Devices.
But .. there's no general 'schedule' function for these overall. I have set mine up based on specific zones around the outside of my home

An Empty-Nester
· March 11, 2021