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Voice module for door access panels.

Videx Security : 19 April, 2007  (New Product)
Door access controls can now display messages to users as well as providing vocal messages with voice annunciation.
A new display and voice annunciation module has been introduced by Videx Security. It offers the features of an LCD display and call progress voice prompts for the company's 4000 Series of functional door panels.

The Art.4820 works in conjunction with 4000 Series door panels to display call progress information on a single line back lit 16 character LCD display and verbally announces the stage of the call. Using specially designed PC software it allows the installer to customise the text shown on the LCD display. It can be used to program auxiliary messages which can be manually triggered by an end user.

A variety of programmable call progress messages can be shown on the LCD display. These include a standby message which prompts the user to press a button, a call in progress message, a door open message and a no answer message. Up to ten user names messages including tenant or company name and flat numbers can also be displayed. Call progress annunciations during a call including "door open", "no answer" and "the phone is switched off please try later" are also programmable.

The software enables data form a programmed display module to be returned to the PC for editing purposes. Once the data has been edited on the PC it can be returned and uploaded to the display module. The data can also be saved so that it can be stored on the PC for use at a later date or with other display modules. Edit boxes are provided to amend each of the messages that can be shown on the LCD display. Up to ten apartments can be programmed and using the apartment boxes it is possible to enter an apartment number up to four digits long including letters A-H.

The Art 4820 has a 12V voltage input and 10 call button inputs as well as three auxiliary inputs for customisable messages.
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