POE Cameras for users who take there security serious

WIFI jammers are out there and they throw your signal off from your routers and you no longer can see whats happening. Any good burglar will have this technology Ring needs to offer a POE version for their cameras for folks who take their security seriously.

All my devices are hard lined and I turn off the WiFi at home since there are companies out there like Tyler Technologies, Verizon lease look up Verizon partnership with Cellco law enforcement and you will see the kind of information they can pull and obtain. partnership with Cellco who specializes in hacking peoples devices and pulls personal information and data from them. The FCC and the federal government have given sweeping powers to these companies to track American citizens. They have streamlined this process to make it easy to do this without your knowledge. They actively place families under surveillance by hacking networks and obtain EMEI numbers from your phones to mirror those devices.

Please upgrade your computers to Linux OS, use a TOR Browser and VPN, know whats on your routers and frequently change passwords, use a Signal for your messenger or texts. Never save any of your passwords online. All smart means if that its easily hacked don’t buy technology you don’t understand as it can be used against you and without your knowing its happening.

Hi there, @WhoIsYou! For neighbors who are concerned about specialized burglars, there are a couple PoE capable devices available at Ring.com. Our Stick Up Camera Elite and the Video Doorbell Elite are able to connect and operate via PoE.

As we try to offer our neighbors many solutions, the Alarm system also has a cellular and battery backup feature.

Feel free to also check out our Community article for more information about account security. I hope this helps! :slight_smile:

@Marley_Ring @WhoIsYou I am all for more PoE products. Especially wired doorbells and wired cameras as you often need to drill through your wall anyway to install these. Would be good if a product was wired it had a PoE option you could choose. PoE would probably push enough power for a PoE version of the spotlight cams as well.

I seriously looked at the Doorbell Elite as I can easily get ethernet to the location however I went with the Pro 2 due to the Elite having a much older feature set, not allowing it to be angled and mainly due to the fact I am in the UK. Most houses here are brick and the elite needs to be flush mounted hence a big hole cut. Its a big ask for someone to cut a big hole to match up to one product. It would be great if there was a surface mount PoE doorbell, sort of like a Pro 2 with PoE. I would get one of those tomorrow if it was available.

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