The GTV-DES104B is a modular video entrance station for the GT Series multi-tenant video intercom system. It is equipped with an audio module for communication, a video module with a 170° PTZ camera, a keypad for direct dialing, and a display module to show a greeting message, tenant directory, and system status.
A built-in user guide on the audio module can be configured to display one of six languages. The guide provides operational assistance by lighting the appropriate icon, along with the option for audible instruction.
The GTV-DES104B works on a common bus wiring system, carrying the call and communication functions on a 2-conductor wire, and the video signal on a second 2-conductor wire. A separate power supply provides voltage for the tenant directory module, while the power for the audio and video is supplied on the common bus wires.
The entrance station is designed to be semi-flush mounted. For added weather resistance, there is an optional rain hood and a hooded surface mount box available. Use the surface mount box if surface mounting is required.
Hands-free audio communication
Video camera at entry
Direct dialing, alphabetical scrolling, or "jump" scrolling by letter to select tenant name
Up to 500 names/numbers can be stored in the display module
Alphanumeric room numbers/names can be programmed
Access control door entry with up to 500 unique codes to activate door release
Scrolling welcome message, up to 160 characters, adjustable scroll speed
Display module shows tenant names and their dialing number
PC program for loading tenant information, access codes, and welcome message (via USB)
Semi-flush mount with optional rain hood (GT-104H)
Name: Aiphone GTV-DES104B 10-Key Video Entrance Panel Kit, 1X4 Size, Aiphone Co., Ltd, Aiphone
Category: Aiphone, Communications, Intercoms & Telephone Entry, Intercom System Kits
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