Intercoms & Telephone Entry Systems
Wireless Annunciator System
The Voice Alert System-6 annunciator system enables installers to use Voice Alert’s infrared (PIR) sensing capabilities or a hardwire contact built into the sensor/transmitter. When the sensor/transmistter is triggered either by movement detected via infrared or a hard contact, the unit sends a wireless signal to the receiver, causing a user-recorded message to alert the user. A receiver/speaker has added audio capabilities, including providing message amplification by connecting the wireless receiver to an existing intercom, speaker or public address system using the built-in audio output
CROSS POINT INDUSTRIES INC.
The EM500 emergency telephone is a battery-operated, standalone system that transmits wireless voice via cellular networks. The phone was designed in response to demand for vandal-resistant systems that could be installed in remote locations with no economical access to telephone lines or power. The enclosure can be used to house standard 12v AC and telephone line powered units.
VISCOUNT SYSTEMS INC.
Telephone Entry System
The Miniguard HF-2 entry system has an integrated keypad for an additional entry route. The system has a 2-inch-deep stainless steel case, 10 number rollover, ADA “call progress” lamp and an electronics site ID. A push-to-call button can be used to grant gate or door access througha 5 amp “form C” relay closure by the called party pressing “0”; a second relay to control a camera activated by the called party pressing “9”; and an armored keypad for direct keypad programming as well as four digit entry. The system in 12v AC or 12v DC powered and bottom and rear knock-outs are standard for ease of installation.
TRIGON ELECTRONICS INC.