DoorBird Door Intercom Combines a Doorbell and Keypad
The newly announced DoorBird D2101KV IP Door Intercom features a call button, multifunction keypad, 4D motion sensor, and more.
The new DoorBird D2101KV IP Door Intercom is an access control solution that can be installed into residential and commercial properties and incorporates a one-call button and a multifunctional keypad to support its use in a range of environments.
The D2101KV IP Door Intercom also incorporates a doorbell to provide users with an access control product that combines a doorbell and keypad.
According to the European security manufacturer, the D2101KV IP Door Intercom's one-call button is backlit to help users easily find the product, and the button can be set up to operate as a call button or as an automatic door opener within individually set time windows.
DoorBird Door Intercom Sports 4D Motion Sensor
DoorBird says the D210KV IP Door Intercom functions like its other products and includes features like a keypad with 12 backlit buttons, options to view visitor history and push notifications to a smart device, PIN codes, scheduling and permissions for users to operate the keypad with the company's companion app.
Users can generate and assign PIN codes from anywhere, and the integrated keypad can also send HTTP requests to home automation and control systems to trigger events such as arming a burglar alarm or controlling motorized shades.
Like DoorBird's other products, the D2101KV IP Door Intercom employs a stainless steel finish, weatherproof housing, and includes a 180-degree HD wide-angle hemispheric lens camera and two-way echo and noise-canceling audio system.
In addition, the access control product also houses a built-in RFID reader and a 4D motion sensor.
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