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This B&H Kit includes the Optex iVision+ Wireless Intercom, the iVision+ Wireless 2000 Annunciator, the iVision+ Gateway Unit, and an extra Class II Power Supply to create a surveillance solution that allows you to see, hear, and speak to visitors approaching or standing at your front door. Perfect for homeowners and shop owners, this kit alerts you of approaching visitors, and gives you the ability to monitor and record their coming from the comfort and safety of a back room.
The Wireless Intercom can be installed to your front door for visual and audio footage of whoever is ringing your doorbell. Featuring a wireless handheld unit with an LCD monitor, you can see who's at your door without peering through a peephole or window.
The Gateway Unit can be used in place of a doorbell and will chime whenever visitors press the doorbell button on the intercom. The Gateway unit can also be used to unlock electronic door locks, especially useful in places of work that are kept locked by default, like offices or jewelry stores. A power supply is included in the kit for providing power to the unit.
The Wireless 2000 Annunciator System extends the security of your home using a motion detection triggered chime to alert you of motion along your property's perimeter. When a visitor enters a driveway or walkway, a chime will sound alerting you of an approaching presence before the doorbell is even rung. When the Annunciator senses motion, the Intercom's camera is triggered to capture continuous stills allowing you to review footage of visitors who don't ring the doorbell, like delivery men and mailmen, and lets you review who you missed while you were out.
Optex iVision+ Wireless Intercom System
The iVision+ Wireless Intercom System from Optex allows you to see who's at the door, communicate with the person or identify them, from the convenience of inside your home or office. Moreover, it supports optional door-release capability that lets you open the door without getting up. The system includes a Door Unit and Handheld Unit that form a one-way video / two-way audio communication system. Up to four Handheld Units and up to two Door Units can be incorporated into one system, suitable for both residential and commercial locations.
The Door Unit, which neatly installs at your entrance door, features a doorbell, camera, microphone, and speaker for your visitors to ring and communicate with you. IR LEDs around the camera lens allow the camera to clearly see visitors at nighttime, as long as there's at least a little light outside. The Handheld Unit is a monitoring device, featuring a 2.4" display that shows you who's at the door. It also has a microphone and speaker so you can speak with your visitor. When you're not available to answer, the Door Unit takes up to three photos of your visitor and transmits them to the Handheld Unit where they're saved to built-in memory. These photos can later be offloaded to your computer via a USB output on the Handheld Unit.
The system supports a 330 ft line-of-sight transmission range between the units. The Door Unit is battery-operated by three AA batteries and can also be wired to work off of AC/DC power, and it's splash proof against rain and similar outdoor conditions. It mounts near your door using its own back plate and screws. The Handheld Unit runs on an included rechargeable battery and comes with a wall-mountable charging cradle where it can be kept at all times, like a cordless phone in its base.
Remote door-release capability can be integrated by installing the optional iVision+ Gateway Unit or Wireless 2000 Unit and wiring your doors.
One-way video / two-way audio communication system for the home or office
Includes doorbell and camera unit, and handheld monitoring unit, both with a mic/speaker
Let you see who's at the door and communicate with them from anywhere inside the premises
Takes photos of your visitors when you're unavailable to answer
Supports optional iVision+ Gateway or Wireless 2000 for remote door-release capability
Optex IVP-GU iVision+ Gateway Unit
The IVP-GU iVision+ Gateway Unit from Optex is an open relay output device that bridges a communication between Optex Wireless 2000 system (available separately) and iVision+ system. When the sensor is triggered on the Wireless 2000 system, the gateway allows the iVision+ door unit to take still images before the button is pressed. When integrated with door locking hardware, IVP-GU will release the lock when the 'open door' button is pressed on the handheld unit (available separately).
Operates on 10 to 24 AC/DC
Chime on-off (silent) mode
NO/NC selectable output
Integration with Wireless2000
Allows door release button to function on IVP-HU
Optex Wireless 2000 Annunciator System
The Wireless 2000 Annunciator System from Optex includes an outdoor-rated PIR detector and an RF receiver that chimes when the sensor detects motion. The Wireless 2000 system can be used to alert shop owners when customers enter their store, provide driveway annunciation, and offer perimeter awareness. Furthermore, the receiver can support up to 9 detectors, enabling you to set up a full perimeter around your property.
The RF receiver also features a Form C relay for activation of a variety of electronic equipment. Additional accessories can be added, including the TC-20U wireless door/window contact, the TS-10U wireless push-button transmitter for notification or activation applications, and the TR-20U repeater for applications where extended range between Wireless 2000 devices is necessary.
MG Electronics MGT-1650 Class II AC Power Supply (16.5VAC, 50VA)
The MGT-1650 Class II AC Power Supply from MG Electronics is designed to provide 16.5VAC, 50VA power to equipment that require you to run your own power cable to custom lengths. It features a three-prong grounded North American plug with a retaining screw, intended to replace an outlet plate screw, to hold the power supply securely in-place and prevents it from being accidentally unplugged. Its recessed three-screw terminal block has the positive and negative terminals on the outside with a ground terminal in the center. A green LED on the forward-facing side of the power supply lets you know that it is getting power.