Telephone Residential Entry Systems

DoorKing
telephone_r1
1812
  • Residential Telephone Entry System
  • Does Not Require a Dedicated Phone Line
  • Entry Code Capability
  • 4 Hold-Open Time Zones with Built-in Clock
  • Built-in Modem for Remote PC Prgramming
  • Surface or Flush Mount Available
telephone_r1a
1812 Access Plus
  • No dedicated phone line required
  • PC programmable and IP addressable
  • Controls up to 6 additional access points (RS-485)
  • Up to 27 additional call out numbers
  • E-mail notification of events
  • Available in surface, flush mount, wall mount, and surface with curved housing
LiftMaster/Elite Entry Phone/Sentex
telephone_r2
EL25
  • Do Not Disturb
  • Call Forwarding
  • Call Waiting
  • Recessed, Lighted, ADA-Compliant Keypad
  • Auto Sensor Input
  • Non-Volatile Memory
telephone_tac
TAC1
  • No dedicated phone line required
  • Call forwarding, caller ID, remote open, intercom mode
  • Built-in RF transmitter for second relay output
  • Polycarbonate enclosure with backlit keypad
  • Camera Ready
telephone_tac2
TAC2C
  • Call button: separate usef-friendly push button initiates a phone call to the resident
  • Digital voice quality: provides automatic sound leveling and background noise filtering for clearer communication
  • Distinctive ringing: distinguishes between a standard phone call and a visitor request call
  • Call waiting: allows you to answer a call from the gate or door while in the middle of another outside call
Linear
telephone9
RE1
  • Residential Telephone Entry System
  • 2 Form C Relays, Human Voice Prompts
  • Built in Megacode Rec., and Knox Keyswitch ready
  • Camera Ready
telephone_r3
RE2
  • Dramatic contemporary styling
  • Powder coated nickel finish
  • Downlighting
  • Voice prompts, user friendly, owner friendly
  • Two programmable outputs control two openings

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