These are Ring cameras I have and the device models per SmartThings. As far as model numbers on the devices themselves, I checked my inside cameras and they don’t have version numbers on them, just the names as you see below. All of these were purchased in July of last year.
Ring Doorbell Pro DeviceModel: lpd_v2 (This was called Video Doorbell Pro when I bought it)
Ring Floodlight Cam DeviceModel: hp_cam_v1
Ring Floodlight Cam DeviceModel: hp_cam_v2 (This is actually a wired Spotlight Camera)
Ring Stickup Cam Wired DeviceModel: stickup_cam_elite
Ring Stickup Cam Battery DeviceModel: stickup_cam_lunar
Through the new ST app, I am getting motion alerts for all of my Ring cameras, including my doorbell. I can select which alerts I want to receive via STHM for each of the settings Armed (away), Armed (stay), Disarmed. These do work, I use them every day.
When touching a notification on my iPhone, the “Intrusion detected” screen displays…
I can then select the notification, which takes me to the device’s screen with a still-shot of my camera’s view and an arrow that I can touch to activate live view. Under this still shot is a camera icon and an enlarge screen icon. Touching the camera icon pops up a message at the bottom that reads “screen captured”. It does capture the camera’s view and saves it in my photos on my phone.
When I touch the arrow button, the camera goes live and two more icons pop up under the picture window… a microphone icon (which does allow me to freak my neighbors’ cats out) and a speaker icon defaulted to mute. When I unmute it, I can hear what’s going on outside, usually just birds or crickets.
There is also a history listing at the bottom and if I touch “more”, it opens the “Activity history” screen where I can touch a calendar icon in the top right corner and select a particular day I want to see alerts for. Touching a particular alert does nothing at this time (maybe will eventually take you to the video for that alert???)
I have not found a way to control the sirens. My doorbell cam has a “button” control section, but it simply reads “Unknown” and you can’t do anything with it.
All the other cameras have a “power” control section with an ON toggle… this allows me to turn on the camera’s light. I have noticed that it doesn’t always seem to reflect the accurate state of the light though. For instance, this pic reflects that the light is ON, but it isn’t.
When I touch the toggle, it stays in the ON position and the light does come one. However, every time I have tried to toggle any of the camera lights off, it doesn’t work… I have to turn them off in the Ring app.
I recently put my cameras into camera groups. The app only let me put 4 cameras in a group, so I separated mine by Inside & Outside. When I touch either of these camera tiles, I see LIVE views of each one of my cameras, like this…
I do find it interesting that these “live” views of my back and front yards appear to show it snowing right now. It is definitely not snowing here, lol, so these feeds must be coming from Ring’s history somehow. Sadly, the garage always looks like that, so I don’t know if that is accurate or not.
Anyway, I hope this has helped.
EDIT: I do use motion from the doorbell camera, the floodlight camera and the spotlight camera in ST Smart Lighting automations to control various lights in and outside of my home. I also have the option to use motion from my stickup cams to control things, but I nix the power on those cameras when I get home. It does look like it is possible to use a stickup cam to control a floodlight cam… I haven’t tested it, but I’m thinking probably just the light itself and not any kind of motion-activation or video recording. You cannot, however, control a stickup cam at all, battery or hard-wired. I’m going to say most likely because these are just cameras, they do not have lights.