Small Solar Panel (USB-C) Spotlight Cam Plus, Spotlight Cam Pro, Stick Up Cam
Small Solar Panel helps charge any Ring USB-C Security Camera - or barrel plug Security Camera with the included USB-C to barrel plug adapter. Plus, its compact design makes it oh-so-easy to place or reposition. Mount horizontally, then use the adjustable arm with 180 degrees of tilt to get the perfect angle to maximise your solar power.
For best performance, Ring recommends at least 2-3 hours of direct sunlight per day.
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Size and Colour
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Solar Panel: 17.5 cm x 11.1 cm x 1.2 cm
USB-C Cable: 2 m
Power and Connectivity
USB-C; barrel-plug with included adapter
Solar Power Rating
-20.5°C to 48.5°C, Weather Resistant
Allow space of at least 17.5 cm x 11.1 cm x 1.2 cm for the installation of Small Solar Panel (USB-C). For best results, mount Small Solar Panel (USB-C) horizontally on walls and use the adjustable arm with 180 degrees of tilt to get the perfect angle to maximise your solar power.
Included mounting base with adjustable arm attaches to surface with 2 screws. Solar Panel clips onto mounting base and includes arms to wrap excess cable.
Ring mounts, such as the Gutter Mount and Pole Mount for Solar Panels and Cams (sold separately) can help mount Small Solar Panel and a Ring Security Camera together without needing to drill an extra set of holes. See supported devices.
Compatible with Ring USB-C input cameras; backwards compatible with Ring barrel plug input cameras with the included USB-C to barrel plug adapter.
Install Solar Panel in a location without obstruction from the sun. For best performance, Ring recommends at least 3-4 hours of direct sunlight per day.
USB-C input cameras:
Spotlight Cam Plus,
Spotlight Cam Pro
Barrel plug input cameras:
Stick Up Cam Battery (2nd and 3rd Generation),
Stick Up Cam Solar (2nd and 3rd Generation),
Spotlight Cam Battery,
Spotlight Cam Solar,
with use of included USB-C to barrel plug adapter;
not compatible with Stick Up Cam (1st Generation)
Gutter Mount and Pole Mount for Solar Panels and Cams
Small Solar Panel with USB-C Cable
Adjustable Mounting Base with Cable Management
USB-C to Barrel Plug Adapter
Mounting Screws & Anchors
How many hours of direct sunlight does a Ring Solar Panel need for my device to stay charged?
For best performance, Ring recommends at least 3-4 hours of direct sunlight per day for Small Solar Panel. With the recommended amount of direct sunlight, the device will remain continuously charged under most conditions. Make sure there are no obstructions or objects that could cast a shadow on your Solar Panel, such as an extended roof, tree, or bush.
Will solar power keep my Ring device charged during cloudy or seasonal weather?
Ring solar products require direct sunlight to stay charged and provide power to the device. If the weather is cloudy or it rains/snows, this would limit the direct sunlight your device receives, which would lessen the charge. Colder temperatures may also cause excessive drain to your device’s lithium-ion battery. With prolonged cloudy or winter weather, you may need to manually recharge the battery more frequently. When sunny weather returns and the solar panel receives enough direct sunlight again, it will keep the device powered.
How can I install my Small Solar Panel to get the most sunlight and the maximum solar charge?
Seasonality and how far north or south you live affects the strength of the sun. If you live in the northern hemisphere, install your solar panel facing south. If you live in the southern hemisphere, install it facing north. Ring recommends to use the adjustable arm to angle the panel at about 45 degrees toward the sky to get the most sunlight possible.
Will a Ring Small Solar Panel keep my device fully charged at 100% battery level?
The battery level of the device will vary based on the amount of direct sunlight the solar panel receives. Even with exposure to maximum sunlight, the battery level will not exceed a threshold of around 80%—this is to extend the lifetime of the battery.