Akuvox NC2 Two Wire IP Network Switch
The Akuvox NC2 2-wire IP network switch provides a convenient way to upgrade analog intercom systems with no need to re-wire an entire building. It can be used with the Akuvox NS-2 to connnect Akuvox doorphones to the 2-wire IP intercom network. Its super long transmission distance & good compatibility with existing lines makes it a great fit for most old buildings. You can use this unit for the R20A-2 Two Wire Video Intercom and the C313W-2 Indoor Monitor Unit. Or just give us a call to put together your perfect system!
The security that comes with being able to control who comes into your building along with the ability to verbally, and visually, confirm their identity is immeasurable. Akuvox’s Video Doorphone R20A-2 along with the NS-2 enables you to easily monitor an entrance door or gate and gives you the peace of mind knowing that your facility is more secure.
Akuvox NC2 Quick Features:
- Supports PoE Output
- Long Range Transmission
- Can be paired with the NS-2
- Powered by 48V DC or the NS-2
Video Intercoms for Safety
Video Intercoms or Door Phones, are a great way for you to control door entry and boost safety for your facility or building. In addition, your tenants or residents will appreciate the ease of use and added security. Whether you are upgrading an existing system or need a completely new installation, Akuvox and Ellipse Security can help! Akuvox delivers a robust system with ethernet connectivity and a mobile app for system management. You can add Cloud Service for complete control of your buildings door access.
The trend is clear. Video Door Phones and Smart Access Control users want mobile access with their investment. Akuvox SIP Door Phones allow you to offer your client the features they want and need.
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