The Elvox video door entry range has been extended to include new products that offer increasingly high-performing, versatile solutions.
A technological core clad in iron
Slimline and strong, Pixel Up is the new panel with cover plate in brushed 316 stainless steel.
With its linear design and reduced protrusion from the wall (just 3 mm), Pixel Up comes with an alphanumeric keyboard featuring stainless steel keys and a colour display protected by a 5 mm thick polycarbonate glass cover.
With protection rating IP54 against dust and water and protection rating IK08 for impact resistance, to guarantee top safety, Pixel Up also comes with many technological innovations.
The video camera has a high-definition wide-angle lens and the shooting range can be controlled directly from the indoor video entry station using the pan&zoom function.
The highly sensitive sensor also helps to focus on areas with reduced brightness: this is thanks to High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, a feature that identifies the caller even in poorly lit areas.
The intensity of the LEDs used for lighting the video camera is also self-adjusting according to the environmental light, to ensure optimal visibility of the caller and the surrounding area.
And to further improve the user's experience, the possible operations are signalled by graphic icons on the display and by the LEDs on the front of the cover plate, which show the call under way, the line busy, the conversation and the lock opening. Absolutely nothing has been left to chance: speech synthesis has been added to also make the device even easier for the visually impaired to use, with voice messages that guide the user step by step. While the built-in teleloop means that T-coil hearing aid wearers can listen to conversations directly in their hearing aid.
Backlit stainless steel keys have Braille codes featuring multitap function
for rapid name search, while the echo cancellation algorithm means you can have natural, two-way conversations, automatically avoiding annoying audio feedback or whistling (Larsen effect), without having to adjust the microphone and speaker.
Finally, with its user-friendly navigation menu, Pixel Up can manage up to 6,400 names, making calls by scrolling the contacts list or entering the required number.
The new Tab hands-free video entryphone with 4.3” display is designed to communicate with the outdoor areas of your property in complete freedom while keeping your hands free, providing a wide, high-definition view of the world outside.
The world outside the walls of your home has never been so bright. This is thanks to a high-performing 4.3” colour display that offers a perfect picture of the person at the door.
A compact, elegant device: the gentle silhouettes soften the corners and span the entire smooth, glass-like surface, with a thin profile (just 23 mm) inspired by the lightness and minimalism of the other products in the Tab series. Keys and controls flush with the surface come with backlighting and differential reactivity to avoid accidental activation. For the same reason, crystal-clear sound and visual feedback confirms the activation of the functions, enabling the visually impaired or hearing aid wearers to use it with ease.
The user can easily access the OSD scrolling menu from the display and, if desired, customise the various functions, selecting any of the following settings: user away; ringtone mute; associating a call type with a melody (call from entrance panel, landing call, intercom/switchboard call); or adjust the call volume, brightness and contrast.
One of the many functions is Pan & Zoom, used to directly control the shooting range on the entrance panel video camera, if this has the same function, while the Professional Firm function is used to automatically open the lock following a call from the outdoor station.
Finally, Tab Free 4.3” can also be used to configure one of the hotkeys on the front so that, when activated, users can send priority requests for support to the porter desks.