Offer visual access control to your building entrance with the Akuvox R28A.
4.3″ color TFT LCD, Premium audio and video quality, Aluminum panel, 116° wide-angle 2MP camera with automatic lighting, Support multiple access control methods: NFC, 13.56MHz, and 125kHz access cards, Cold-resistant (-40 °C to 55 °C).
Why should you choose the Akuvox R28A door phone?
How can you take advantage of today’s technologies to secure your building?
Install an Akuvox R28A. It includes;
- Vandal-resistant body, with flush buttons
- Wide-angle camera: 116° (H), 60° (V)
- PoE (IEEE802.3af, Power-over-Ethernet)
- Two-way audio communication over IP networks with Echo Cancel feature
- Complies with SIP standard for easy integration in every SIP capable PBXes
- Complies with ONVIF standard for easy integration with any network surveillance system
What do the specifications included in the door phone mean?
The small color screen allows images, videos, menus, and instructions to be displayed like a smartphone.
The keypad is used to select and call an occupant, and to enter a pin.
The card reader will allow a user to unlock the door or gate by using a keyfob or access control card.
The SIP protocol is a well-known protocol to transport audio and video streams over a network or Internet between different devices or applications.
Video door phone
The video door phone is a device to identify somebody willing to enter a property, like an apartment building.
Power over Ethernet / PoE
Some routers, switches, or stand-alone devices can deliver electricity over the network cable. That avoids the necessity to run electrical wiring and brings money and time savings.
How can you live without a 4.3″ color display keypad SIP Video Door phone?
How do you secure your apartment building?
You aren’t always available. You could be working, doing groceries, sleeping, having fun, relaxing, or anything else. You would need a concierge to identify and evaluate every single person willing to enter your building. That could prevent burglars, muggers, door-to-door salesmen, or any other unsolicited person.
How do you get to know who is really in front of the door?
Sometimes you just don’t want to wake up, get out of your place, or just meet anyone. But how do you avoid unsolicited persons if you don’t go and see by yourself?
How to answer someone ringing at your door if you are out for groceries or at work?
With a traditional intercom, it is difficult to know who is speaking effectively. Is he a real UPS delivery man? It would be nice to see him.
What happens when you forget your keys? Or if you invited someone but you’re not available?
You or your guests get stuck outside, waiting for somebody to open the door. You can also bother different neighbors to help you and open the door.
What happens when you forget your code and keys?
Sometimes things can get tricky. And don’t you worry about inserting your keys or typing in your code? It is without thinking about the sanitary precautions to take and avoiding touching surfaces.
What are the options of analog door phones?
Do you remember how life was before smartphones? A mix of mechanics and electrical interaction to be able to communicate with a single person on the other side. Today installed door phones are still the same technologies for decades, making them difficult or impossible to connect to smartphones, computers, or the cloud.
How do you select the options on your door phone?
Most existing intercoms offer no display or perhaps a line of characters. This limits the options you can use.
Did you know how many property crime violations occurred in Canada in 2017?
- Breaking and entering 438.51
- Theft of motor vehicle 231.61
- Theft over $5,000 47.01
- Theft under $5,000 570.17
- Mischief 713.84
- Total property crime violations 3244.76
*Number of reported crimes per 100,000 population.
Census population: 35,151,728
Source: Incident-based crime statistics, by detailed violations // Statistics Canada
Why do you need a color display keypad SIP Video Door phone R28A?
You can choose options and write on the color display
More than just validating whatever you type, you can also select your contact in a list of occupants and other features of the Akuvox R28A door phone.
A keypad is available to type your code or select the desired occupant to talk to
Even if you forgot your keys, or you invited somebody, just type a code to unlock the door. The keypad is also used to navigate in a basic menu.
The card reader will identify the user and open the door in a microsecond
With a key fob, an RFID access control card, or even a Smartphone with NFC, you can identify any registered occupant of the building. The system will then automatically unlock the strike of the door to let the user come in.
Connected to the Cloud, the R28A door phone makes it easy to manage and communicate
Thanks to the SIP protocol and the computer-style technology, this door intercom can communicate on a computer network and enjoy all the digital options. The Cloud centralizes all the different door phones and door stations in one place so the manager can monitor, set up, and operate from anywhere.
Have a video call with your guests
What seems like a standard and simple feature is still quite new to the intercom market. However, a video call is much more convenient for identifying your guests and for sharing any visual communication than a simple audio call. Depending on your station, the guests could see you too or not. And thanks to computer technology, as new individual video doorbells, you will be able to perform this live video call from anywhere, as far as you are connected on the Internet.