Are you planning to connect a digital video intercom system to the cabling of a conventional doorbell? Niko, the Belgian market leader in switching material and smart home solutions, makes it easy. Thanks to the brand new Niko 2-wire IP access control, making the switch has become a whole lot easier!
A conventional doorbell can now simply be replaced by the new stand-alone solution from Niko. Without any major alterations, you can install the system in your house with an external and internal unit. With the corresponding controller, the system can easily be connected to the internet, and the video images can also be accessed remotely from a smartphone.
Niko has long been a pioneer in the field of design and connected solutions. Thanks to the new system, users can now easily see who is at the door, on a central touchscreen in their home, or on their smartphone or tablet. Simplicity and comfort are key: no programming is required, the system configures itself. Online connection is also possible without additional configuration. "You can get going immediately", explains Danny Lousberg, Director of Product Management Home Control at Niko. "Plus, you get a razor-sharp digital image, without analogue interference or conversion. You will be wondering how you ever lived without it."
"Not at home when the postman comes with a parcel? No problem, you will receive an alert to your smartphone and can communicate with the person remotely. For example, you can ask him to leave the package with the neighbours. Or perhaps someone was at the door and you missed them? No worries, with the digital video intercom system from Niko, you can check later on who rang the doorbell. It's the pinnacle of smart technology", concludes Danny Lousberg.
As usual, Niko has also given a lot of thought to the design. The sleek, modern look of the new video intercom system fits every type of home, seamlessly integrating into any façade. Not surprisingly, the design has received an iF Design Award.