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2N IP Uni Intercom with 2 Buttons - 9153102

Part Number: 9153102

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2N IP Uni Intercom with 2 Buttons - 9153102

Part Number: 9153102

2N IP Uni intercom is an ideal solution for door communication in outdoor and indoor environments, for example at the entrance to an office building or family home. Operation and configuration are simplified by a clear and intuitive web interface or software application. It offers full-duplex audio with echo cancellation, integrated relay for door entry systems.

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£439.39inc VAT

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Price Breaks

  • 1 = 

    £439.39

  • 5+ = 

    £434.28

  • 10+ = 

    £429.18

More Information - 2N IP Uni 2 Buttons Intercom

The 2N IP Uni offers extremely simple installation. Its stainless steel front panel and high quality construction ensures the device is sufficiently durable and resistant to external influences.

2N IP Uni Intercom with 2 Buttons - 9153102 Key Highlights

  • Cost effective IP door Intercom solution
  • Easy installation
  • 2 fully back-lit buttons
  • 1W Speaker
  • PoE (Power over Ethernet) or 12V DC external power source (Not included as standard)
  • Protection level IP 54
  • Stainless steel front panel
  • Time profiles function to manage calls
  • DTMF switch control
  • Tamper switch to guard against unauthorised access
  • Flush mount or on wall mount (requires additional on wall box)
  • Suitable for educational institutions, office buildings, residential complexes, hospitals and public spaces

What's in the Box?

  • 2N Helios IP Uni - 2 Button
  • Torx 10/ Torx 20 double-ended wrench
  • 2N Helios IP Uni installation manual
  • Mounting template
  • A5 transparent name plate foil
  • Spare name plate
  • Brick flush mounting box
  • 4 x 12 stainless steel, torx screws for plastics
  • 2 x cable ties

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