With this Byron video doorphone you never have to wonder who is in front of your door. This easy to install video doorphone makes sure you can already see who is in front of your door without even opening it. The outside unit is connected via a 2-wired cable which you can easily connect to your current wiring. The inside unit can be mounted on the wall and is charged by a 15 volt adapter.
Know who’s in front of your door
The thin 2 cm inside screen is equipped with an 7 inch touchscreen on which you directly can see who is ringing your door. Even when it’s dark, you have nothing to worry about. Through the monitor it is clear to see who is at your door because of the infra-red camera with sight up to 1 meters. Also the camera has a viewing angle of 110⁰.
Picking up the actual phone to talk through your intercom is ancient history. The inside-unit of the intercom system is equipped with among other things an answer-button with which you can talk to your visitors in front of your door handsfree. It is even possible to connect the inside unit to a door lock release system, which unlocks your door from a distance. Ideal for opening the door for your friends, children or care takers. You can also choose from 52 different melodies and adjust the volume of the jingle. This way you can fully adjust the intercom to your own preferences.
Use your current wires
The intercom system is 2-wired and can therefore be used in most households. To be sure what kind of wiring you may have, it is advised to check it beforehand to prevent buying the wrong one. The inside screen can easily be mounted on the wall and is fed energy with an 15 volt adapter.
What’s in the box:
7 inch inside screen, mounting plate inside screen, mounting plate outside unit, 15 volt adapter inside screen, 10 meter 2-wiring cable, mounting material, manual
Features of the Byron DIC-24712 Wired Video Doorphone:
- 7 inch touchscreen monitor
- 2-way wiring to connect to your current wiring
- VGA camera with night vision with sight up to 1 meter
- Choose from 52 melodies