Channel Vision Mobile Intercom Connect Enhances Communication with Visitors
Through the installation of Channel Vision's new Mobile Intercom Connect, which forwards front-door intercom communications to landlines or cell phones, homeowners can speak to visitors no matter where they are.
The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based company says that its latest product was developed to complement its home intercom systems by providing homeowners a solution that forwards calls from its Door Station to a mobile phone or landline.
“Mobile Intercom Connect brings unprecedented versatility and mobility to Channel Vision Telephone Intercom products,” says Darrel Hauk, president and CEO of Channel Vision. “Our entry controllers have been extremely successful among dealers and distributors. With the release of this new system dealers and distributors will be able to drive sales with those clients that already use the existing telephone entry products. We are excited to manufacture an increased level of security and convenience in Telephone Entry for homeowners.”
Channel Vision says the product incorporates two-way communications to the front door to enable users to speak to visitors and unlock the door through a simple button push. The manufacturer also incorporates built-in surge suppression into the product to protect homeowners’ intercom systems from surges and other electrical events.
The company points out that one of the additional benefits of the product is that it provides the appearance that someone is home even if they are speaking to someone while off site through their cell phone. Channel states the product is compatible with its P-0920 or P-0921 Telephone Entry Intercoms, and it explains that dealers can install the product in a few steps.
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