- Video Door Entry Systems
- Outdoor Panels
- Door Lock Releases
- Spare Parts
- Access Control
- New Products
Visitors are able to call the desired tenant from the General Entry or the Block Entry. It is possible to use numbers (0-9) and letters (A-H)
- General Entry: Visitors need to enter from 1 to 3 digits block number followed by a 4 digits apartment number.
For example, if the addressee lives in block 3 apartment 260A, the visitor shall enter:
3260A. In the case of apartaments with only numbers, if the addressee lives in block
3 apartment 2601, the visitor shall enter 32601.
- Block Entry: Visitors need to enter from 1 to 4 digits apartment number.
For example, if the addressee lives in apartment 21, the visitor shall enter the code
It is possible the visitors call tenants by means of selecting them on the electronic directory.
The directory has a capacity of 10.000 users (name and apartment number).
The agenda is managed by means of the integrated webserver and can be import/export using a .csv format file.
CALL TO GUARD UNIT
If the visitor or tenant needs to be assisted, they are able to call up to two Guard Units that can be assigned to each panel.
This call can be made from both General Entry and Block Entry.
Furthermore, up to 98 different guard units can be called dialing their numerical code (9901...9998) from the keypad
It is possible to add up to 4 additional relays. (One Module Ref.1491 is required). It is also possible to add an additional relay for opening the door safely. (Module Ref. 1490 is required)
Tenants can then open additional doors (garage, corridors, etc.), when called from any panel in their block or main entrance. These relays can be linked to CCTV IP
PIN CODE ACCESS CONTROL
It is possible to define up to 8 access codes (pin) for the users can open the door.
Codes can have 4 to 6 digits long and may be changed through the integrated webserver.
FACE RECOGNITION ACCES CONTROL
Using the FACE RECOGNITION icon, the tenants can be identified in the front of the panel, tapping on the face recognition icon, and then the door can be opened.
MEET Management Software is required to load face IDs.
PROXIMITY ACCESS CONTROL
Integrated Mifare card reader that controls up to 100.000 cards. MEET Management Software is required to load face IDs. In addition, the panel can be connected, to third party access control units through Wiegand 26 protocol.
RTSP video stream can be constantly sent to NVR or third-party system so that the panel camera can be used as a regular CCTV camera for surveillance purposes.
RTSP video stream and face recognition cannot work simultaneously.
The panel is protected against vandalism thanks to the tamper alarm switch, so in case the panel is removed from its flush box a warning message will be sent to concierge and/or MEET Management Software.
• CPU: Quad-core Cortex™-A7 1.5GHz
• GPU: Mali400MP2
• FLASH: 8GB eMMC Flash
• SDRAM: 1GB DDR3L
• 10,1” Color TFT
• Resolution 1024 x 600 pixel
• View angle: 130º H, 140º V
• Contrast: 800/1
• Brightness: 300cd/m2
• G.711/G 729 codec
• 1/3” CMOS Color
• 120º diagonal Lens, Horizontal 105º, Vertical 55º
• 1280 x 720 pixel
• Minimum Illumination 0.5 LUX.
Automatic white led activation
• On standby: 250 mA
• Working: 1000 mA
• Standby with heater active: 750 mA (*)
• With heater active (*): 1500 mA
• 12 Vdc
• PoE (*)
• Ethernet RJ-45 Connector
• RS485 connection port for lift control
• Secondary access control reader connection (Wiegand 26)
• Built in web server for configuration and remote management
• Temperature: -40 oC.. + 70 oC
• Humidity: 20 – 80% (Non-condensing)
• IP 54
Weight: 2,2968 kg
Size of product when packed: 14x46,5x25,5 cm
EAN 13: 8424299014456
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