The Chime is a separate purchase for your Ring Doorbell to enhance your experience with the device but is not required. By adding the Chime to your Ring Doorbell, you will be able to hear the doorbell ring in any room instead of relying on notifications from your smartphone.
Do You Need the Chime for the Ring Doorbell? The Chime is not required for your doorbell but will enhance your overall experience with the Ring Doorbell. It notifies you that your doorbell has detected movement or has been rang from any location in your home. It also keeps you from needing your smartphone to receive notifications.
The Chime is not required for the Ring Doorbell but is a great addition you have in your home. This device will allow you to hear the ring from your Ring Doorbell in any room you have added a Chime and keeps you from needing your smartphone to stay aware of notifications from your Ring Doorbell.
What is the Chime?
The Chime is a wireless notification device that is simple to use and will connect to any of your Ring devices. The device caters to all customers with different ringtones, optional volume control, and do not disturb mode.
All that is required for use is to connect your devices to the Chime using the Ring app and plug it into the preferred wall socket in your home. After completing the setup process for your Chime, you will get a notification through your device when someone rings your Ring Doorbell.
Ring Chime Pro
The Ring Chime Pro enhances your Ring experience with extended Ring network and amplified security alerts. The Ring Chime Pro works as a WiFiWiFi extender for all Ring devices, has a built-in nightlight, and supports dual-band WiFiconnection.
This device is similar to the Ring Chime with the multiple ring tones, volume control, and do not disturb mode, but this device boosts WiFiWiFi for your Ring devices.
With this more reliable network for your Ring devices, you will never worry about the safety of your home. This device connects with any Ring Video Doorbell, Video Doorbell Pro, Stick Up Cam, and Chime for the most comforting experience.
What is the Purpose of the Chime?
No matter what you are doing in your home, you deserve to always be aware of anything happening outside of your house.
The Ring Chime can plug into any wall socket in your house. This means, no matter if you are in your room, kitchen, or basement when someone rings your Ring Doorbell, your Chime will alert you that someone is at your door.
Although this device is not required with the Ring Doorbell and is a separate purchase, it keeps you from being dependent on the notifications on your phone. The goal of the Chime is to keep you aware and safe in your home at all times.
Connecting Chime to Multiple Ring Doorbells
Your Chime will connect with your Ring Doorbell as long as you have followed the setup process for connecting devices and it is connected to the internet. This means you can leave your Chime in your work office and still be notified if someone has rung your doorbell.
This will also work if you have multiple homes. The Chime can connect to more than one Ring Video Doorbells, so your Chime will notify you about each home that it is connected to.
Is the Ring Chime Compatible with All Ring Cameras?
Yes, the Ring Chime is compatible with all Ring cameras.
If your Ring cameras have detected any motion, the Chime will ring regardless of which Ring camera is being used. This is beneficial to all customers so they can stay informed and aware of anything happening that is surrounding their homes.
What Happens When my Doorbell Detects Motion?
Your Ring Doorbell can detect motion up to 30 feet away. When your Ring Doorbell detects motion, you will receive a notification through your Ring app. If you answer this alert, you will see live footage from your camera.
If you have the Ring Chime when your Ring Doorbell detects motion, the device will set off an alarm. This will notify you from any location in your house.
Will I Receive Notifications From My Ring Doorbell Without Internet Connection?
You will receive a notification on your smartphone device from your Ring Doorbell when you are connected to 3G, 4G, LTE or WiFiWiFi. If you are offline but your Ring Doorbell detects motion, you will have a missed call alert in your Recent Activity Log, which you can find on the Ring app.