New IP Intercom System Streamlines Access Control Without Breaking the Bank
Easily control the latest IP intercom from a touch screen room station or Smartphone application.
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With networked home technology systems at the forefront of the industry, front door entry systems that are IP-based are a sure-fire way to add a touch of home automation without spending the big bucks. IP intercom systems streamline access control through features such as monitoring activity at the front door, video conferencing with visitors and locking and unlocking the door from a touch screen platform or Smartphone application.
Channel Vision’s new IP intercom system offers this solution for both single-family homes and MDU/commercial buildings. The front door intercom station for single family homes features an attractive flush mount door station available in four custom finishes. Visitors can dial floor and room number to ring each room, upon which residents can video chat and unlock the door from their touch screen platform or Smartphone application. Residents can also control their audio systems, lights, curtains, room temperature and more from both the touch screen platform and through the application on their Smartphone.
The new MDU IP Intercom by Channel Vision is the only multi-unit front door entry solution on the market that combines keypad entry, contactless card entry, built-in IP surveillance and basic home automation controls in one succinct and affordable system. With the ability to connect to nearly an unlimited number of room stations over the network, it provides reliable control from every room in the house.
7” and 10” Touch screens are available in a white or black finish. The touch screens can be purchased individually or in a package with the front door station.
Both Front Door Entry Systems are now in stock! For more information, please go online at ChannelVision.com or call a Channel Vision representative at 714.424.6500.
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