Hanwha Techwin, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, introduced its touchless network intercom station at GSX 2021 in Orlando, Florida.
The TID-600R Network Intercom Station features a 2-megapixel sensor that has Hanwha Techwin’s signature WDR (wide dynamic range) and low-light performance. The lens delivers a wide 180-degree field of view, while infrared provides up to 16 feet of illumination from the station at night. The built-in speaker and microphone provide excellent call clarity and up to 85 decibels of volume at 20 inches. The TID-600R features a unique, touchless call system where users simply present their palm within six inches of the station to initiate a call. The station has full support for SIP 2.0, so it integrates easily with a wide variety of VMS, access control, SIP phones or PBX servers.
The intercom station also features echo cancellation, noise reduction and a built-in tamper switch and relay for stand-alone door access. Users can program audio messages to be played automatically when the device is approached or when a call is initiated. A range of included Hanwha Techwin analytics, such as line crossing, loitering, appear or disappear, are included. The slim 1-15/16 in. (w) x 6-1/2 in. (h) x 1-57/64 in. (d) form factor allows for easy installation on a door mullion or other surfaces. Tilt mount, flush mount and white and dark gray colors are available.
“In this age of COVID 19 and the awareness of high-touch surfaces, having a touchless intercom station was important to our customers,” says Ray Cooke, senior vice president - Products, Solutions, and Integrations at Hanwha Techwin America. “The slim form factor and SIP compatibility, combined with our industry-leading imaging technology, raises the bar for network intercom stations.”
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