ESP Launches New Audio Access Control Range
- Published: Wednesday, 04 July 2012 09:52
Market-leading security products supplier, ESP Ltd, is expanding its access control range with the launch of two new audio door entry products - Evoke, an audio door entry system and Evoke KP, featuring an integral access control pin code keypad.
Already well established with its comprehensive range of video door entry solutions, the company is now using this expertise to target the wider markets that audio entry systems allow. The new products aim to bring well-designed, well-presented, quality products to the electrical trade, from a brand that is highly respected in the security sector.
The Evoke audio door entry system comprises a metal, IP55-rated, push-button call point, which is compact in size to fit neatly onto the external door frame. It uses security screws to enhance its tamper-proof qualities, and has a protective weather shield.
The ergonomically-designed handset - made from durable polycarbonate - incorporates the facility to release the door from the handset. An additional handset can be added, which brings the benefit of being able to transfer calls between them.
Evoke KP is an audio access control system with a pin code capability - a combination that is quite rare in the audio access market. It has the added benefit over and above the Evoke system, that it allows authorised visitors to control the door entry process and this makes it perfect for offices and apartments where the occupants may be remote from the main door.
The Evoke KP handset features a blue backlit keypad and the system allows for up to 400 pin code groups.
Both products are designed to be easy to install and they come packaged in presentation boxes that identify them as part of ESP’s growing security products range.
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