Gate IP Intercom System

Gate IP Intercom System

Gate intercom systems cover both business and residential applications. Most large houses now in the UK have an automated gate for protection. Also a lot of business owners have an Automated Gate or Barrier at their site entry point. Using a Gate Intercom will allow a visitor to call you on your phone before you grant them access. This could be a call into the house to an IP phone or even to your mobile phone.

The Cyberdata Gate Intercom system is אינטרקום לשער  made from stainless steel. It is robust and vandal resistant for external applications. There are 2 versions and both are IP65 rated. One is a 12-key keypad version and the other is a none key-pad with a single “push to talk button”. A Typical application would include connecting the Gate Intercom System to a router or Switch. The Intercom connects on a cat5e or cat6 structured cabling system. If your router or switch does not have POE out you could simply use a POE injector.

Once connected to the Internet you would need to IP address the IP gate intercom. This is exactly the same as setting up an IP camera. Cyberdata offer a free to use discovery utility device which auto scans the network. It will then report back any found IP intercoms on the network. Once the device is IP addressed you can access the settings through any web-browser sharing the same network. You can also use any machine that is internet enabled.

The final stage of the installation is registering your Gate Intercom to a IP-PBX. This is also known as a SIP server. An IP-PBX is the hardware server that is required for IP Telephony Systems. Once the Intercom is registered it can dial multiple extension numbers, just like a 3rd party IP Phone on the Telephony Network.

Within an IP Paging or IP PA system the Intercom will double as a paging IP speaker which accepts Multicast. The initial configuration of Multicasting would be done through the web-page settings of the IP-PBX. The on-board DTMF controlled relay is operated by a Telephone. DTMF stands for Dual Tone Multi Frequency. When we call a call Centre and we are faced with an auto attendant, the system knows what choice or number you pressed by DTMF. Dual Tone Multi Frequency is the signals or tones our phones make when we press a button. You could set the on-board relay to trigger if the call handler pressed 321 for example. This is all done through the IP address of the gate intercom.

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