MOBOTIX MxDisplay+ building automation server

Product Profile

Buildings are more than just walls, doors and windows. Modern structures increasingly need built-in intelligence to make life easier and more secure for the occupants. MOBOTIX MxDisplay+ is a wall-mountable building automation server that embraces this trend towards smart buildings with touchscreen display, incorporating WiFi and RFID functionality along with powerful software tools. 

Seamless integration

Each MxDisplay+ integrates seamlessly with all MOBOTIX cameras and door station units across wired and wireless connection. A building can have one or many MxDisplay+ units and each provides a simple to operate control point. MxDisplay+ can handle many building related tasks such as creating a new transponder card for visitors requiring access to different parts of a secure building. The unit can also instantly view any camera or previously recorded incident with just a single tap along with any video messages plus two way intercoms to ensure the identity of a guest before remotely opening any electronic doors. The powerful software can connect to a whole host of building elements such as environmental detectors, lighting, alarms and other electronic items to truly deliver a smarter environment.

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Technical Specification

Make MOBOTIX
Manufacturer MOBOTIX AG
Model code MxDisplay+
Effective Screen Size Inches 3.5 inch
Colour Type Colour
Resolution TVL 320 x 240 TVL resoluiton
Touchscreen Yes
Built-in Speaker Yes
Dimensions mm 99 x 99 x 37
Monitor Mount Type Wall
Weight kg 0.27
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 0 ~ 50 C (32 ~ 104 F)
Additional info

Video remote station with touch screen, microphone, speaker and integrated video management software for MOBOTIX Door Stations and cameras: Intercom with live image, activation of the electric door opener, switching of lights, launching of a short recording function directly in the live image and many more.

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