This monitor turns your 2 wire BUS into the IP doorphone
The development of electronic communication is gaining a little more pace each day. In particular, wireless connections via the Internet Protocol (IP) are becoming increasingly important - they will soon be standard in many contexts. Does that mean that the existing door intercom system with proven 2 wire BUS cabling must also be completely replaced by an IP door intercom system? A better solution is provided by Schick's innovative DX471 WiFi IP door intercom BUS monitor, which can be easily integrated into your 2 wire-bus system and enables wireless data transfer in the local WLAN as well as via app and smartphone almost anywhere.
In principle, the DX monitor is compatible with all intercoms produced and supplied by Schick and can thus be integrated into existing systems as a master IP door intercom monitor. This will allow you to access all the standard 2 wired BUS functions on wireless endpoints in your home Wi-Fi network, which are otherwise available in the traditional DT Series intercom monitors. If your smartphone is set to local mode, for example, the video and audio data of the door intercom system will be diverted to it. Of course, you can actively activate the door opener and the light switch, save pictures and videos on your SD card and even control the camera via the app. If you additionally set up a SIP server including the associated account, the DX monitor assumes the role of a gateway device: All these functions can then be retrieved using an app in addition, wherever perfect cell phone reception is possible.
Extend your IP door intercom by up to five substations
Upon request, we can supply you with the DX471 WiFi monitor with up to five further displays of the same size, which are wirelessly connected to the central indoor station as non-BUS-linked, so-called Wireless-Slave (WS) monitors. This allows you to add additional auxiliary stations to your IP door-to-door system in the reception area of your local WLAN. The advantages: Especially in spacious apartments and single-family homes with several floors, you can almost everywhere retrieve the current data of the door intercom and initiate appropriate activities. You do not have to constantly keep an eye on the indoor station, which is often placed near the front door, because if there is no reaction to a ring signal from there, the call is automatically forwarded to all WS monitors. These only require a power connection via an 5-Volt DC power plug.
If you would like to extend the proven 2 wire BUS system to an IP doorphone via WiFi monitor, you should contact Schick Handel. We not only supply you with the equipment, but also all the technical information you need for installation!
Use local Wi-Fi for the door entry system
The innovative WiFi monitors here in Schick's online shop offer you many additional options for controlling the local intercom via the door intercom system or remotely using the IP telephony and an app via the smartphone. Here you can learn more about the advantages and background of this idea and can follow step by step, which individual aspects you should consider when setting up.
A large proportion of households in Germany now have a WiFi router, which makes it possible to network various devices without cables within the apartment and in its immediate vicinity. Now you can also integrate your door phone into this local Wi-Fi network - even if it uses a wired 2 wire BUS in the traditional way. The key to this is the DX monitor: on the one hand, it can be easily installed as an indoor station of the 2 wired BUS system and, on the other hand, it establishes the wireless connection with compatible end devices in the local WLAN. Here, for example, he transfers data from the door intercom system such as pictures and sounds to your smartphone without an intermediate station. In addition, you can install up to five compatible DS monitors throughout the house, to which the central WiFi monitor connects directly and wirelessly.
Access the intercom using IP - wherever you are
If you make internet-based calls, which will become standard in Germany in the foreseeable future, you will not only be able to transmit voice data from mobile devices. In the same way, the Internet Protocol (IP) also transmits data from your door intercom system, which you can then also receive and process on the smartphone at a greater distance if you have installed the corresponding app. Another requirement is the establishment of a so-called SIP server (SIP = Session Initiation Protocol), which controls each communication session using IP - whether the door intercom is involved or not.
To set up the SIP server, you must first select the correct name of your local WLAN from the SSID list that appears after clicking on the WLAN icon in the Windows taskbar. If you also enter the corresponding password correctly, you will receive a successful connection to install a SIP app, which is usually available as free software.
You must then save your individual SIP account and password both in the SIP settings menu of the DX monitor and in your mobile phone. Then you can also access the door intercom from your holiday via IP - and pretend to "uninvited" guests that you are waiting for them right outside the front door ...
Stay connected with your door intercom by radio
When you are at home, the many advantages of a video door entry system are obvious: you can look at who has rung the bell, and then decide what further steps you want to take. But what happens in a time, which requires constant mobility and therefore no longer without mobile Kcommunication?
Damit Sie auch per Funk mit Ihrer Türsprechanlage in Verbindung bleiben, bietet Schick Ihnen als Innenstation diverse WiFi monitors compatible with all existing 2 wired BUS door phones. Via app and smartphone, you can now access and control them from anywhere.
You are traveling longer, but expect a delivery at the place of residenceor visit? Then a Wi-Fi monitor from Schick in combination with your smartphone gives you the opportunity to remotely monitor possible events on the front door and, at best, react directly to them.
Even if there is no concrete reason, it is always a reassuring feeling to be able to check and operate the domestic video door phone wirelessly regardless of location. The new monitors DX 471 and DX 439 are in principle compatible with Schick-Handel's existing intercom systems and can be integrated into these with the normal BUS ID address as master IP intercom monitor. In addition, in order to access the door intercom by radio, you only need to set up a SIP server (SIP = Session Initiation Protocol), which is indispensable for Internet-based telephone systems anyway.