OPTEX Europe launches iVision+ intercom system, keeping property owners/users in the picture
OPTEX Europe has launched a new Wireless Video Intercom System that scales from an easy to install intercom system to a more complex solution enabling remote door release, giving installers a more reliable and flexible access solution to address their customers’ requirements.
The iVision+ wireless system comprises a convenient wireless handheld unit with LCD monitor and a wireless doorbell/camera unit with over 100 meters (330ft.) transmission range, line of sight. The handheld units can be housed within a wall mountable charging cradle that can be installed at any convenient point around the property.
A particular innovation is the system’s ability to see who’s at the door when you’re at home or in the office, and to record images of who called when you’re out. The new technology contains a micro-USB port PC connection which gives property users the ability to download and view images taken automatically from the inbuilt 2.4inch LCD monitor.
By using an additional gateway unit, an installer can also connect the intercom system to the electronic door, such that the iVision+ handheld unit can be then used as door release.
iVision+ can be extended to a system accommodating two door units and four handsets. The door units operate within a temperature range of -20 to +40 degrees centigrade and have a 12-month battery life expectancy. Although wireless, they can be hard wired if required.
|Type of Kit/ System||Video, Keypad & Audio|
Operating Temperature oC: -20 ~ +50 C (-4 ~ +122 F)
Operating Humidity %: < 90
|Electrical Specifications||Power Consumption: 10 ~ 24 V AC/DC|
|Additional info||iVision gives users the ability to view and talk to somebody outside their (front) door from the safety and comfort of any location inside your home or business. The iVision+ wireless intercom package includes a convenient wireless handheld unit with LCD monitor and a wireless doorbell/camera unit with up to 100m transmission range.|
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