DoorBird will present its innovative IP video door intercoms at two trade shows in the US in September 2018: CEDIA Expo in San Diego, September 4-8, booth 1111, and Global Security Exchange (formerly the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits) in Las Vegas, September 23-27, booth 971.
The newly launched DoorBird D2101KV equipped with one call button and an integrated keypad will be presented for the first time at the CEDIA Expo and Global Security Exchange. The new model from the German manufacturer is the first DoorBird product to combine a doorbell with an integrated keypad for access control applications, e.g. for gate control, commercial spaces and office buildings.
Using the DoorBird app, PIN codes can be generated and assigned from anywhere in the world to grant access to visitors. The user can also send HTTP requests to home automation systems to, for example, arm security systems or control motorized shades.
Also on display at the DoorBird booth is the company’s line of products for multi-tenant applications. The D21DKV and D21DKH models include a multifunctional keypad, RFID reader and LCD screen which are configurable via the DoorBird app.
DoorBird is an official ONVIF member and has an open API interface for integration with home automation, access control and alarm systems
Searchable resident directory
The LCD screen can show a searchable resident directory. The D2101V, D2102V and D2103V IP video door intercoms are equipped with one, two and three individual call buttons, respectively, to send push notifications to tenants’ smart devices. All three units come in different colors and finishes, and can be individually customized.
DoorBird is an official ONVIF member and has an open API interface for integration with home automation, access control and alarm systems. Some of the compatible systems include Control4, Crestron, Savant, URC, RTI, KNX, Fibaro, Zipato, Loxone, Bang & Olufsen, AVM, Nuki, August and Kisi.