Does Ring motion sensor work with pets? Ring Alarm Motion Detectors are pet-friendly. You can minimize, but not completely eliminate, the chances of triggering a false alarm if your pet is under 50 pounds. If you have multiple pets or a dog over 50 pounds, you will need to keep these pets out of rooms with enabled motion detectors when Ring Alarm is armed.
Can Ring cameras detect animals? The Ring Alarm motion detectors use Passive Infrared sensors (PIR) to scan whatever room they’re placed in. These detectors use heat to detect motion in the room and when a warm body like a human or animal passes in the area it is monitoring (its field of view) the sensor detects the change.
Will pets set off motion detectors? No, pets do not set off motion detectors, provided that they are mounted properly and offer pet immunity. But if a motion sensor does not feature pet immunity, or if it is mounted poorly, then it is likely that a pet will trigger it.
How do motion sensors work with pets? With a traditional motion sensor, any motion in the coverage area sets off the sensor. Pets end up triggering false alarms as a result. Pet immune motion detectors ignore the motion caused by animals and thus reduce the likelihood of a false alarm.
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