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Akuvox R20AF Compact SIP Intercom with Video & Card Reader

Part Number: R20AF

The Akuvox R20AF is a compact SIP door intercom with 1 call button, featuring high resolution video and RFID card reader for swift, secure remote audio/video communication and door entry.

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£272.99inc VAT
£174.99ex VAT

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Price Breaks

  • 1 = 

    £272.99

  • 5+ = 

    £270.44

  • 10+ = 

    £267.89

More Information - Akuvox R20AF Compact Intercom

Using the latest IP connectivity technology, Akuvox R20AF enables visual monitoring and one-to-one voice communication between residents and visitors and secure remote access. This intercom is ideal for multi-dwelling units (MDUs), apartments, entrance gates and unmanned office receptions.

The built-in RFID reader allows for contactless, secure access using RFID cards or keyfobs. This model is supplied with a flush mount back box for installation. The IP65 protection rating allows for internal or external installation.

Akuvox R20AF Compact Intercom Key Highlights

  • IP connected door intercom
  • 1 x call button
  • Integrated RFID card reader
  • IP65 protection rating
  • Wide-angle camera: Horizontal 120°, Vertical 65°
  • PoE (IEEE802.3af, Power-over-Ethernet)
  • Two-way audio communication over IP networks with Echo Cancel feature
  • Complies with SIP standard for easy integration in every SIP capable PBXes
  • Complies with ONVIF standard for easy integration with any network surveillance system
  • Includes flush mount backbox

What's in the Box?

  • Akuvox R20AF
  • Flush mount backbox

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