Optional 2nd Entrance Door Station (Audio Only or Audio/Video)
The system is quick and easy to install, with only two wires. There is no handset to pick up and its compact, attractive design complements most interiors
Additional features include:
Open voice VOX or PTT communication
High resolution color TFT monitor
Expandable to three inside and two door stations
Leave a voice memo to replay at inside stations
Pre-record entrance messages
Single or selective door release with RY-3DL
Camera station can be monitored from inside
All monitors turn on when camera station calls in
Embedded HID® ProxPoint® Plus Proximity Card Reader (JF-DVF-HID)
Embedded HID® iCLASS™ Smart Card Reader (JF-DVF-HID-I)
Power Source: . 18V DC - Use PS-1820UL
Calling: Chime, image and audio approx. 45 sec.
AUTOMATIC (hands-free) - to activate, momentarily press the TALK button.
MANUAL (press-to-talk/release-to-listen) - to activate, press the TALK button for 1 sec. or until talk LED turns on
Video Monitor: 3-1/2” direct-view TFT color LCD
Scanning Line: 525 lines
Min. Illumination: 5 Lux at 1’ distance
Night Viewing: Up to one foot from camera, with white LED projected, background beyond one foot cannot be seen.
Door Release: Contact rating: N/O 24V AC/DC, 500mA Use RY-18L for Form-C high-current contact
Wiring: Door to master: 2-cond.
Master to sub (Standard): 6-cond.
Master to sub (Enhanced): 4-cond. All mid cap, solid, non-shielded
To ensure the optimum image and audio quality we used Aiphone cabling.
Connecting the separate monitor was straightforward. Interfacing with the EAC system was also a matter of running wires and connecting. We wall mounted one of the interior units, and used a plexiglass desk mount for the other unit.
Locating the door entry units requires care so that the proper field of view is obtained. The cameras in the door units are wide angle, specially designed for the purpose. Aiphone has other model door intercoms which have the PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) feature.
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Applications include vehicle entry gates and healthcare providers like managed care facilities.
Keypad Locks, CCTV, panic hardware and an alarm system were among the recommendations to protect parents, students and staff.