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Video Intercom System

Sound System & Paging

Introduction to Video Door Phones
The advance of technology has changed our lives in recent years. Integrated systems let us enjoy the convenience and security of automation and control services. Video door phone is also included in integrated systems.
Door phone systems perform a simple but important function. Door phones allow one to communicate safely with visitors without any need for physical interaction with them. By installing a door phone system you will increase not only your home security, but also the convenience of managing daily household chores.
Some video door phones come with a remote control enabling you to observe your front door from anywhere in your house. Thanks to such a system, your children will not have to interact with strangers at the door when you are not in a position to answer the door yourself.
Video door phone system includes outdoor panels, monitor, wall-pad, etc. video door phone system, along with other services like LAN, Paging and BMS, can be operated through a fiber optic line – this leads to both building automation and maintenance cost reduction.
These video door phones can be controlled remotely from your smartphone/tablet. New video door phones can record videos as well. Video door systems contribute to integrated management as well as energy/electricity consumption management.

Video Door Phone Security Essentials
The market offers a variety of door phones and intercom systems. Their price range is in accordance to the amount of features that they have. The market is wide and you will have plenty of decisions to make when shopping for a door phone. We have compiled a short list of important security features to look for:
• The external camera and speaker box should be 100% waterproof.
• The outdoor camera should come with an infrared illuminator. This feture enables you to identify visitors in poor light conditions.
• The external box and camera socket should be strong enough to resist vandalism.
• When you buy the system make sure the box is made of thick and sturdy plastic that does not make squeaky noises when twisted.
• Make sure that there is a transparent plastic barrier protecting the camera lens. You do not want graffiti spray damaging the sensitive camera optics.
• Make sure the system allows audio communication as well, not all visual intercoms do.
• Ask about the total scope of the camera's vision. The wider the field of view, the more area will be under surveillance. Fish-eye lenses give 180 degrees of clear vision, thus giving you the maximum amount of information available. They function like a door viewer.
• An alarm that goes off once someone tries to interfere (i.e. vandalism) with the system is important.
• Make sure the system comes with multi-option installation brackets for mounting into a wall or for desktop use.

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Tips for Using a Video Door Phone
Once the door phone is installed it is important to adopt a new door answering routine. Teach your kids to use the door phone when a caller arrives. Be sure to inform the maid, cleaning assistant or anyone else involved in your household maintenance, that you have installed a door phone. Remember, the door phone is there for your protection, use it.
If a caller knocks on your door without using the video door phone, do not under any circumstance, open the door. A door phone is a familiar and large enough box to be visible to anyone. Refuse to answer the door unless the caller will make use of the door phone.
Our company is capable to provide door phone systems – over fiber optic infrastructure – with optional IP or analogue video. We offer a wide range of brands and models to meet all demands.