SAN FRANCISCO — Bird Home Automation, a global leader in IP video intercom technology, has released the first indoor station for its DoorBird door intercom product line.
The A1101 indoor station displays a live video feed from the DoorBird door station and provides two-way audio communication with visitors. With a customizable high-resolution touchscreen display and hard keys for commonly used functions, DoorBird says the A1101 indoor station is intuitive and flexible.
DoorBird now provides both the flexibility of an app-based video intercom system and the reliability of a wall-mounted station. The indoor station can be paired with all of DoorBird’s single-family residence and multi-tenant models.
The A1101 can connect to the network via WiFi or a hardwired connection and can be powered via PoE. Settings are configured remotely via the DoorBird app. The indoor station communicates with the DoorBird intercom over the LAN and can provide the user door entry control and, in MDU projects, elevator control, according to the company. There is no limit to how many indoor stations can be added to a DoorBird system.
Like all DoorBird products, the indoor station is designed and built in Berlin, Germany. The A1101 indoor station is now available in the US and Canada.
DoorBird will be showing the new indoor station at CEDIA Expo in booth 3151, Sept. 10-14 in Denver, Colo.
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