DP-303 4.3 inch Intelligent Building IP Intercom

SIP對講機DP-303

DP-303 4.3 inch Intelligent Building IP Intercom

DP-303 Intelligent Building IP Intercom is suitable for door entrance access control of the residential community. It can be used with smartphone APP cloud services. No matter where you are, you can receive the door bell, see and talk with the visitor who at your door, and remote open the door for the visitor. And the APP cloud service provides household information, mail / package notifications, community announcements, and security settings.

The key features of DP-303 are described as follows:

  • 4.3-inch color TFT LCD screen to guide visitors to operate intercom. The logo of buildings can be customized.
  • COMS 1280 x 720 HD camera sensor
  • With infrared ray 7 LED lights for night vision function
  • Support SIP protocol and compatible with Panasonic, Avaya, Grandstream, AVA IP-PBX systems and IP Phones.
  • Support ONVIF and integrated with network video recorder (NVR)
  • Support H.264 video codec
  • Build-in RFID MiFare Card Reader
  • IP network interface and build-in Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • Build-in One DI port for Door sensor, motion sensor
  • Build-in One Relay output port for control door lock or connect fill light
  • Once the visitor presses the doorbell and a picture will be taken immediately. You can check the visit records of visitors by your smartphone.
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2N PROTECTS PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN VIRGINIA

Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS) searched for a suitable solution that would enable their employees to evaluate visitors prior to entering school buildings, using cameras and door intercoms.

FCPS selected 2N® intercoms as the ideal solution, combining cost-effectiveness with security requirements. Their schools are now equipped with our 2N® Helios IP Force intercoms with an electronic-card reader, ensuring keyless employee access. They also meet the client’s requirements for integration with their existing school telephone systems. Employees can now both see and communicate with incoming visitors, prior to their admittance.