Access control specialist Intratone will be launching its new V4 Video Intercom Panel at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Conference and Exhibition at Manchester Central from 26–28 June.
The new design includes a hands-free fob reader that allows residents to open the door when stood within 1m. The panel is fixed on a hinge so during installation it opens outwards for easier maintenance. The panel also features a 3G and 4G module, invisible pinhole camera, coded keypad with 12 backlit keys with name scroll, and a hands-free proximity reader.
Intratone’s wireless intercoms (Audio and video DDA compliant intercoms); access control systems (coded keypad and proximity reader); and its digital noticeboard, which enables users to achieve better communication with residents, will also be demonstrated live on the stand.
Dan Bacon, Area Sales Manager at Intratone, said their products offer the greatest ease of use for housing associations or facilities managers and their residents: “If a resident loses a fob, their property manager or housing association is instantly and remotely able to establish the identity of the fob and disable it for future use. A new fob can be easily activated on the free and secured Intratone cloud-based management site and sent out to that individual. This saves time and money and enhances the security of each property.”
Cost-efficiency benefits can also be achieved with Intratone’s technology: since there is no handset for its intercoms, maintenance and hardware costs are kept minimal. The requirement for overall system maintenance is low as everything is managed on a secure free of charge web platform.
Intratone’s UK export team will be present including Jack Wylie, Regional Sales Manager for the North of England, who will be on hand to answer any questions.