Introducing the Akuvox R20A Compact SIP intercom featuring high resolution colour camera and RFID card reader for swift, secure remote audio/video communication and door entry.
CIE is happy to introduce the Akuvox R20A SIP Intercom, a highly-compact, single call button, IP-connected Door Intercom. It features a high resolution colour camera and RFID card reader for swift, secure remote audio/video communication and door entry.
Using the latest IP connectivity technology, the Akuvox R20A enables visual monitoring and one-to-one voice communication between residents & visitors and secure remote access, making it ideal for multi-dwelling units (MDUs), apartments, entrance gates and unmanned office receptions.
The built-in RFID reader allows for contactless, secure access using RFID cards or keyfobs. The R20A also has an IP65 protection rating allowing for internal and external location.
Available now from ciegroup.com, the Akuvox R20A provides the ideal solution for office door phones with on-site or hosted IP-PBX, remote site entry over Internet, apartment / flat intercom with door access control and business information or a welcome experience for guests.
IP Intercoms use the latest in signal transmission technology - IP (internet protocol) to send multiple audio, video and control signals over LAN/WAN using standard Ethernet cable infrastructure.
Intercom devices allow communication with visitors to the door over video and audio, remote access from IP phones and answering devices and even remote access from any where in the world using smartphone applications.
When Ethernet connection is not available or would be costly to install (for example a gate at the end of a long driveway) LTE technology allows wireless data connection similar to that of a mobile phone connection (requires hard wired power).
A wired system can give more privacy and eliminate possible interference from neighboring systems.
A video intercom will usually include a unit with a camera, speaker, and a push button going to an entrance door, and an internal monitor unit which can communicate with the entrance unit, allowing residents to visually identify and communicate with visitors.
Also known as answering units and frequently in the form of touchscreen panels, when a visitor presses a button for the apartment they want to speak to, the tenant can then speak back and press a button to unlock the door.
Security intercom systems are used to provide voice communications between two or more locations for security purposes. Security intercom systems are commonly used between a locked building entrance door and a constantly attended location in the building.