Aiphone introduces components to enhance existing systems
Source: Aiphone Corporation
introduced system enhancements enabling the addition of a second door station and a new multi app-compatible master station for its JO Series video intercom aimed at homeowners and small businesses. Performance enhancements to other existing Aiphone systems were also added.
The new JOW-2D adaptor enables the connection of a second door station to any existing JO Series system to enhance user security and convenience. After answering a call, users can see and speak with visitors then easily unlock the door with the touchscreen monitor or using a slider button on the app. The adaptor has inputs for two JO Series video door stations and outputs to control door release for each station
The new JO-1MDW master station is hardwired to ensure calls are answered even when the internet is down or slow, while the 7-inch monitor connects to as many as eight mobile apps on smart devices to keep multiple family or staff members connected to the system while on the go.
A new network adaptor (IPW-1VC) upgrades existing 2-wire analog intercom systems enabling them to become part of a feature-rich IX Series 2 peer-to-peer IP video intercom solution. The adaptor saves time and resources by reusing existing wire and the unit’s compact design fits behind most doors or substations.
Aiphone’s GT Series video intercom, designed for use at multi-tenant facilities, has a new door station designed to work specifically with Pedestal PRO’s low-profile 63-inch stainless-steel tower. The station-pedestal combination offers an aesthetic way to add security to any façade where mounting directly onto the building is not an option. The station offers all GT Series features including NFC programming.
“We’re constantly looking for ways to enhance our systems to ensure our users receive the highest level of performance and value from their Aiphone systems,” said Dana Pruiett, marketing manager, Aiphone. “These enhancements are available today from all Aiphone dealers.”