intercoms and video entry
Aiphone has become the most respected and reliable brand of communication systems in the world. Aiphone Co. Limited in Nagoya, Japan exports to over 60 countries. Our North American marketing and sales distribution center near Seattle, Washington, was established in 1970.
Aiphone products range from simple do-it-yourself door answering units to sophisticated video entry security systems, complex microprocessor-based commercial systems, and luxury condo/apartment security and communication systems. Our products are unrivaled in design simplicity, technical excellence and reliability. With over 25 standard systems, and additional manufacturing by special order, we can create a system for virtually any intercom application.
Every Aiphone system is the result of painstaking attention to detail, with contemporary European style design and the finest quality hardware and circuitry. All of our products are engineered and tested with reliability in mind.
The IX Series is a network-based, all-in-one communication and security control system. Features include video identification, emergency call queuing, ONVIF video streaming, and paging. The system can remotely unlock doors or broadcast information quickly to multiple stations using either the standard master station or the new IX Series mobile device application.
Recently introduced IX-1AS and IX-10AS adaptors allow existing 2-wire Aiphone LE or NE Series audio door or sub stations to integrate into an IX Series system over a network. Both adaptors are conveniently powered via PoE.
The IX Series allows buildings, parking facilities, and large campuses to reduce costs and improve staff efficiency by controlling security needs from a central location.
IS Series Networked Video Security Communication Perfect for schools, parking garages, hospitals, and anywhere an all-in-one security control system is required
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The GT Series is perfect for:
Keep Buildings & Tenants Secure
JK Series: Hands-free Color Video with PanTilt & Zoom
Last Update: 2017-12-19