Home > Products > Security > Video Door Phone / Home Automation

Video Door Phone

Video door entry (also known as a video intercom or video doorphone) is a stand-alone intercom system used to manage calls made at the entrance to a building (residential complex, detached family home, workplace, etc.) with access controlled by audiovisual communication between the inside and outside. The main feature of video door entry is that it enables the person indoors to identify the visitor and, if (and only if) they wish, engage in conversation and/or open the door to allow access to the person calling.

Equipment

Video door entry consists of both outside and indoor elements: a outdoor panel on the outside, an electronic lock release and an indoor monitor. The outdoor panel or street panel is installed beside the entrance door or gateway and incorporates different elements ready for use in any climate conditions: one or several pushbuttons to make the call (usually one per home or apartment), a micro camera adapted for night vision to capture the image of the caller, a microphone to pick up their voice and a speaker to reproduce the voice of the occupant indoors. A video door entry panel may include push buttons to call the homes or offices and a camera to capture the street scene. The video entry monitor allows the occupant to see who has called, talk to the visitor and open the door. Installed indoors, the monitor consists of a screen showing the image of the person calling, a microphone and earpiece for conversation and a pushbutton to trigger the door lock release. The communication set up is full duplex. The electric door release is a device installed in the door lock and operated from inside the building to lift the latch and clear the way for the visitor.

Common equipment types

There are several variations on this basic format. In addition to outdoor panels with one pushbutton per apartment, it is possible to find others with a numeric keypad: in this case, designed for large residential installations, the homes are identified by codes. Others have built-in cardholders panels or even small screens to guide the user or facilitate entry for people with disabilities. Some video entry monitors have an earpiece similar to a telephone handset, while others are "hands-free". Other examples are monitors with memories which store an image every time someone calls at the door or touchscreen video entry systems.

Automatic operationWhen a visitor presses one of the outdoor panel pushbuttons, the built-in camera is connected and the image captured outdoors appears on the monitor screen. Connection takes place automatically with no need to activate the equipment, which is one of the essential elements of video door entry. As of this point, the person inside the building can open the door if they wish or begin a conversation, which is usually secret (cannot be heard by other users of the same facility). The equipment also disconnects automatically after a set time has elapsed. The video entry system as a whole runs on low voltage energy from the building’s trunk

Extra functions

Many terminals currently on the market are ready to accept extensions, making the monitor into a small automatic function control centre. From here, the user can view one or several additional cameras installed at other access points, trigger light switches or open a second door, etc.

Video door entry systems with access control

Video door entry systems are commonly found integrated with different access control systems. This means that elements are installed in the same outdoor panel to allow certain previously authorised users to access the premises. The most common means are proximity cards, fingerprint readers, a keypad for secret numbers or even Bluetooth triggered by mobile phone.

Adaptive equipment

Different equipment sets are currently found on the market which make use more accessible for people with different disabilities. So, thinking of the visually impaired, the outdoor panel may include information in Braille alongside the pushbuttons, or a voice synthesiser can also be added which indicates when the door is opened. For people with hearing impairment, the outdoor panel may include a screen with icons signalling the communication status: if the user is calling, if someone is speaking from indoors or opening the door. Also with this type of user in mind, the monitor may be fitted with an inductive loop, an element which interacts with conventional hearing aids to facilitate conversation with the outside without their presence being noticed by other users. The kit also includes visual or audio call alerts.

Remodeling system
COMMAX integrated system allows optimized system being established satisfying requirements of customers, spanning from apartment security diagnosis to design and proposal. COMMAX materializes integrated security solution for premium apartment using world-leading class technologies. More Info + Less Info -

Specifications

Power source AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
LCD size 7 inch wide color LCD
Mount type Surface-mounted type
Operating temp. 0℃~40℃
Wiring Door camera: 4 wires(Polarity) Interphone: 4 wires(Polarity)
Distance Door camera: 50m(0.65Ø) Interphone: 20m(0.65Ø)
Consumption Max.16W/standby 3.9W
Dimension(mm) 311(W)×168(H)×32(D)

Smart Gate System

It is home network system that can be installed easily and simply at minimum cost without need to establish complicated server, which provides integrated administration environment with remote controls more convenient and security more advanced. More Info + Less Info -

Specifications

* Display Type LCD-LED color
* Screen size 7 "
* Screen resolution of 800 x 480 px
* Number of supported inputs 2
* Intercom Yes (monitor-to-monitor, monitor-uniphone)
* Monitor Type Hands
* Standard video PAL / NTSC
* The option to open the door (through module MD-RA-1)
* Adjust the volume of the call Yes
* Adjust the volume of conversations Yes
* Adjust the contrast Yes
* Adjust the brightness of the image Yes
* Power supply 230 V
* Power Consumption (in use / standby) 15 / 3.5 VA
* Dimensions (W. X H. X D.) 243 x 168 x 30 mm

Apartment Video Door Phones

To attain a prestigious niche in the market, our organization is involved in offering Multi Apartment Video Door Phones. These phones are provided to the patrons in numerous designs and configurations so that patrons can obtain from us as per their variegated needs. Offered door phones are appreciated by clients for their high voice clarity and hassle-free performance. We test the offered Multi Apartment Video Door Phones on variegated quality parameters to remove possible defects. More Info + Less Info -

A Multi Apartment Video Door Phone System Monitor allows the Owner to See who has Called in front of Your Home and You can talk to the Visitor through a Monitor using a Video Door Entry Sensor System and Open the ,Door. 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. There are Certain Essential Things that a Video Door Phone System Should have . The Market Offers a variety of Video Door Phones and Intercom Systems. As a Multi Apartment Video Door Phone Supplier inside Kerala, We are Offering Video Door Phone Sensor Systems with Camera and Speaker Systems 100 % Water Proof. The Outdoor Camera is Coming with an Infrared Illuminator. This will Enable You to identify Visitors in Poor light Conditions. ,Integrated Marketing Services 's Video Door Phone Systems allows Audio Communication as well, not all Visual Intercoms do. Visual/non-visual compatible. Just in case the sensitive visual functions break down talk features should remain.

While using a Multi Apartment Video Door Phone System for ,Theft Prevention, Always use the door phone when answering the ,Door. 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. If they refuse to use the door phone threaten to call the police. Instruct the Kids to Act in the Same Manner.

Key Features

One door station can support uoto 32 indoor extensions
Have the function to talk-back, monitor, inner calling and conversation and unlock
High performance CCD camera, with infrared illumination
Backlighting or the luminance is low as 0.1 Lux
Noctilucent keyboard
Visual extensions are enduced function of voluntary monitoring
System Components: Host, extension, power supplier
30 seconds Ring, 120 seconds confidential conversation & 30 seconds active surveillance

DOOR CAMERA

COMMAX AUDIO GATE SYSTEM IS OPTIMIZED FOR MULTI-COMPLEX APARTMENTS AND BUILDINGS. IT ALSO PROVIDES A SIMPLE INSTALLATION METHOD AND EXPANDABILITY FOR COST-EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION. More Info + Less Info -

Specifications

- Color camera day-night NTSC / PAL.
- Angle: 47 ° (horizontal), 34 ° (vertical).
- Lights at a distance of 1 m.
- Two-way audio communication.
- Lock control relay (10A 277VAC / 30VDC).
- 12V power from the monitor.
- Vandal-proof metal housing.
- Installation on the surface.
- Complete bracket to rotate the panel at an angle of 30 °.
- Operating temperature from -10 to + 50 ° C.
- Size: 51 (W) x 118 (H) x 25 (D) mm.

Home Automation

Home Automation, your digital home improvement partner.
Home automation (also known as domotics) refers to the automatic and electronic control of household features, activity, and appliances. Various control systems are utilized in this residential extension of building automation. Some components of an automated home may include the centralized control of security locks on doors and gates, appliances, windows, lighting, surveillance cameras and HVAC systems (heating, ventilation and air conditioning).

The Advantages of an Automated Home

Home automation has greatly increased in popularity over the past several years. One of the greatest advantages of an automated home is the ease with which functionality can be managed on an array of devices: desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Before determining which home automation package is right for you and your family, it is important to become better informed of the features and settings associated with home safety and security systems.

How Does Home Automation Work?

Home automation systems are composed of hardware, communication and electronic interfaces that work to integrate electrical devices with one another. Domestic activities can then be regulated with the touch of a button. From any remote location, users can adjust the controls on home entertainment systems, limit the amount of sunlight given to houseplants, or change the temperatures in certain rooms. Home automation software is often connected through computer networks so that users can adjust settings on their personal devices.

The three main elements of a home security system are sensors, controllers and actuators. Sensors can monitor changes in daylight, temperature or motion detection; home automation systems can then adjust settings to the preferred levels of a user. Controllers refer to the devices—personal computers, tablets or smartphones—used to send and receive messages about the status of automated features in users’ homes. Actuators may be light switches, motors or motorized valves that control a mechanism or function of a home automation system.

What Features are Available Through Home Automation Systems?

Different home automation systems offer a variety of services and functions. Some of the common features available through these platforms may include fire and carbon monoxide monitoring, remote lighting control, thermostat control, appliance control, live video surveillance, security cameras, alarm systems and real-time text and email alerts. Homeowners can save on energy bills by reducing the length of time that lights stay on or lowering temperatures when they have left a room.

What are the Benefits of Home Automation?

One of the greatest advantages of home automation systems is that users can protect against break-ins and fires, while enjoying automations for lights, temperature, and more. The automation of features in one’s home helps to promote security, comfort, energy efficiency, and convenience. Another benefit of home automation systems is the amount of labor, time, energy and materials that is saved.

Home automation systems are becoming more and more affordable. Not only are prices decreasing, but operating systems are also become less complex so that users can readily master all the controls associated with their safety and security devices. Home automation commands can now be given through smartphones, tablets, and televisions, in addition to computers.

Whether you have a large family or are a household of one, home automation is an attainable solution to your safety and security concerns. After the professional installation of a home automation system, you can begin to enjoy the benefits of leaving or returning to a safer and smarter home. More Info Commax   More Info For Fox Domotics