Intercom Door Station from Leviton Complements Omni Security & Automation Systems
The Intercom Door Station from Leviton utilizes standardized SIP communication technologies as a foundation to deliver an added level of security and communication to Leviton's Omni Security and Automation systems.
Designed for single family or single-business properties, the newly announced Intercom Door Station from Leviton augments the functionality of its Omni Security and Automation systems.
Leviton says the product employs the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) platform, as well as Power over Ethernet (PoE), and it provides a capacitive touch interface that can be placed at front doors and gates.
"What's great about the Intercom Door Station is that it offers users heightened security of their residence or commercial property while also granting access to guests in seconds," says Tom Morgan, director of product management for the Leviton Energy Management Controls and Automation business unit. "An additional unique feature to this solution is that the indivudual inside can answer or deny the call after previewing a snapshot of the guest and can let them inside using the on-screen relay activation button."
The Melville, N.Y.-based manufacturer points out the intercom places an emphasis on audio quality, including options such as allowing users to communication via its touchscreens, and it features the ability page group touchscreens.
Other options such as ringtones that provide users an easy way to distinguish between door station calls and touchscreen-to-touchscreen calls, and Leviton adds the Intercom Door Station works with its OmniPro II, Omni LTe and Omni IIe home automation systems.
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