Significantly minimize downtime when you want the Ring to be keeping a watchful eye.
The Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus is one of the top choices for Ring doorbells from the original version to the Elite. It's easy to install, easy to use, and cost less than $250. While more expensive than its predecessor, the Ring Video Doorbell 2 has a dual-band Wi-Fi and can record four seconds before a motion event. A further plus is the power source: you can hardwire the Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus for continuous power or use its easy-to-charge, pop-out battery.
The battery power is great for places that don’t have existing wiring connections, but eventually, it has to be removed and recharged, an inconvenience, but still necessary. That's why we’ve got the perfect accessory that will supply all the power it will ever need. Our Wasserstein solar charger mount will keep your Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus charged at all times.
Effortless Fitting and Continuous Charging for Your Doorbell
The Wasserstein Solar Charger Mount is a safe mounting option that comes with integrated solar panels for your Ring Video Doorbell 3 and 3 Plus. Your video doorbell will never run out of battery and remain charged around the clock, powered by solar energy.
No Cable Mess
By connecting the fork charging connector to your Ring Video Doorbell 3 or 3 Plus, the Wasserstein Solar Charger Mount removes messy cable or hard-wired mounting.
Our Solar Charger Mount is made of weather-resistant materials making it perfect for outdoor use.
The photovoltaic cells built in our Solar Charger Mount charge your doorbell with just a few hours of direct sunlight exposure.
A few key points to note before installation:
- Please know that our solar charger, if placed in maximum sunlight exposure, can significantly prolong the battery life of your Ring doorbell and eliminate doorbell downtime due to charging.
- We recommend that you charge your Ring Video Doorbell 3 to 100% before installation to ensure maximum charging efficiency.
- Please also note that the charging speed varies according to sunlight exposure (direct vs. partial). Therefore, the charging speed in direct sunlight is approximately 4% every 5 hours and 2% every 5 hours in partial sunlight.
Summing up, Ring’s new doorbell isn’t quite as robust as the competition, but its accompanying solar charger opens up more places where this doorbell can be used. If you want to boost up your home security with minimal investment, this new Wasserstein Solar Charger is worth a look.