Our new Erlea Plus kit for detached houses represents the perfect union between design and technology. Its robust and reliable devices adapt to the needs of the end user, providing increasingly comprehensive services, but without losing sight of aesthetics. To increase the installation possibilities in single-family homes or offices that need more than one call reception point, it is possible to add up to two secondary monitors.
Erlea Plus is a 2-WIRE video door entry kit designed for installations in single-family homes. Its robust, discreet and functional entrance panel maintains perfect communication with up to three 7 ”touchscreen monitors, capable of taking full advantage of the 120º vision camera. The kit is completed with 3 configurable RFID keys, allowing quick and convenient access to residents.
Its characteristics will not leave you indifferent:
- Entrance panel with glass finish and visor in high resistance zamak aluminum. IP55 protection.
- 120º wide angle camera.
- Night vision (illumination by white LEDs).
- Touch button.
- IACCESS reader for RFID cards.
- 5 RFID keys: 3 for opening the door and 2 for configuration.
- Automatic recording of image capture of unanswered calls.
- Micro SD card slot.
- 7-inch hands-free monitor with touchscreen.
- Possibility of adding up to two secondary monitors, model KMC-12800.
- Includes DIN rail power supply for professional installations.
Automatic recording of unanswered calls
Erlea Plus facilitates the control of access to the property and identifies the person calling thanks to its wide-angle camera, with an angle of 120º and night vision, obtained thanks to its powerful white LEDs.
Its auto-ignition system makes it possible to view the image captured by the camera from the exterior entrance panel without the need to receive a call beforehand, which is useful in surveillance situations or when, for some reason, communication with the exterior door panel is necessary.
Up to two additional monitors (model KMC-12800) can be added to comfortably answer calls from another floor or room in the house.
When the call is received by the door panel, it rings on all monitors, displaying the image on each of them. Answering from one of the monitors enables audio and video communication to be established with the visitor.
It is also possible to make intercom calls between the monitors, provided that no call is in progress from the door panel.
As an additional feature, the monitors incorporate an automatic image capture recording of unanswered calls. Thus, when a call has not been taken, they automatically record the image of the person who made the call.