Ring Flood light camera

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by lincoln7890, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. lincoln7890

    lincoln7890 New Member


    I'm new to the forum and seeking some advice please.

    I am considering buying a Ring Floodlight Camera (link below), but don't have an existing external light fixture/power.

    To get this set-up, would it be as simple as connecting the light fixture wiring to an extension cable, with a standard plug on the end? I'm planning to drill a hole through the wall to to the outside of the property, feed the wire through and plug internally (ensuring there is a good seal around the wiring entering the property).

    The reviews/instructions that I have found seem to suggest requiring a junction box, but those are U.S installs so not sure if that is still required...


    Any thoughts would be gratefully received.

  2. seneca

    seneca Screwfix Select

    Yes you could fit a plug and use a socket outlet but a better way would be to feed it from a fused spur off of a lighting or socket circuit.
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  3. lincoln7890

    lincoln7890 New Member

    Thanks for your reply, I appreciate the advice :)
  4. Damo1977

    Damo1977 New Member

    Im doing the same with the Ring flood light, im taking off a spur from a socket, im going to add a switch fuse so i can over it if needed, im thinking the fuse should be a 5amp, is this correct? thanks in advance.
  5. seneca

    seneca Screwfix Select

    3 or 5 amp will be ok.
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  6. Damo1977

    Damo1977 New Member

    Thank you for your time.

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