Connected doorbell producer Ring is adding another item to its lineup, the Ring Floodlight Cam, a swap for your standard outside wired floodlight that incorporates HD 1080p video recording and streaming abilities, cloud video stockpiling, 270-degree movement recognition, an amplifier and speaker for radio capacities and a 100db siren to ideally frighten away anybody caught on camera who shouldn’t be there.

The Ring Floodlight Cam is intended to enhance the safety components of the conventional movement enacted outside light, which now is presumably not tricking many would-be robbers into thinking that somebody’s unquestionably home. The additional connective elements are basically what you receive with the Ring Stick-Up Cam, yet the siren is new, and another additional obstacle, and the capacity to wire it straightforwardly into your current floodlight outlet is a bonus. The light can be turned on by means of the Ring application, movement, or on a planned timetable.

FloodlightCam1 A floodlight cam with a 100 decibel siren is launched by Ring
Ring Floodlight Cam

The Floodlight Cam costs $249 straight from Ring, with pre-orders starting today with a marked shipping date in the beginning of April.

Ring unveiled a floodlight cam at CES and it's equipped with a new siren