New Videx Colour TV Video Kits
New Videx Colour TV Video Kits

Videx Security has now developed a new range of TV Kits which offers connection to a standard SCART socket found on most of today’s televisions.  This provides a simple means of controlling access to a house from the comfort of an armchair.  It will be especially advantageous for the elderly or those confined to home through disability. The basic kit includes a surface or flush door panel complete with integrated speech amplifier, call button and a colour camera complete with back lights.  At the other end of the system there is an audio telephone with a lock release button, a power supply unit and the scart interface.  Three metres of cable and scart plug are also provided.The operation of the system is quite simple.  A call is activated by pressing the button at the door.  The television will then automatically switch to its AV channel to show a colour picture of the caller.  At the same time, the audio telephone will ring and answering it will enable two way speech and the option to press the lock release button.  When the call ends, the television will automatically switch back to the previous channel.   Another kit is also available which includes the popular Art280N1 telephone interface instead of the Videx intercom telephone.  This enables the caller to be viewed on the television as with the other system but also enables speech and lock release to take place from the standard household telephone. Full details are available from Videx Security Ltd, 1 Osprey, Trinity Park, Trinity Way, London, E4 8TD, Tel:  +44 (0)870 300 1240, Fax:  +44 (0)208 523 5825, E-mail: sales@videx-security.com

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Special needs Door Entry Panels range from Videx
Special needs Door Entry Panels range from Videx

To assist in compliance with The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995, Videx Security is now offering a range of special needs Door Entry Panels which will help prevent the discrimination disabled people face when trying to access public buildings using an intercom system.  They will be available in different formats with both standard and optional facilities aimed to help people with blindness, deafness and physical disabilities including confinement to a wheel chair.  Standard features include a two line back lit 16 character LCD display capable of showing a range of messages.  These include the display of the tenant’s name being called, flat number and ‘door open’ or ‘busy please wait’ messages.  A speech board will be provided, capable of audibly announcing the stage of the call in either male or female voice.  Calls to a flat can be cancelled simply by pressing another button or the same button again – a useful feature for the visually impaired which helps to prevent accidental disturbance of a tenant if the incorrect flat is unintentionally called.Optional features of the door panel will be braille, large illuminated buttons, both high level and low level panels, built-in camera and remote camera.  Other options available for flat residents include an induction coil for use with hearing aids when answering the intercom phone, a flashing strobe to indicate a call to the flat; extension telephones and sounders; infra-red apartment stations with touch sensitive remote control; interface to standard telephone, camera picture interface to a TV monitor via scart socket and videophones.The special needs door entry panel only requires a simple two wire installation and flat numbers, tenants names and display messages are easily programmed with PC software.

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