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AUCAM Security is a leading Melbourne security company specializing in installation and repair of intercom systems according to the customer’s security needs. We provide customized intercom systems for residential buildings, commercial buildings, schools, retail stores, offices and more.
We offer different types of intercom systems, including:
- Telephone Entry Systems
- Wireless intercom systems
- Audio intercoms
- Audio / Video Intercom systems with APP
- IP Based Intercom systems
- Room to room intercom systems
We will help you design and install an intercom system for your business or building with intercom entry solutions of the most trusted brands, including: Aiphone, Dahua, Dorani and Visao.
Intercom systems can be installed for internal or external use, using existing phone lines or computer networks.
Audio intercom systems allow users to communicate with their voices from different rooms within a large structure, such as an apartment building or office complex. External audio intercom systems let residents or employees screen prospective visitors from the outside point of entry. Internal audio intercom systems permit communication between rooms at home, or enable public announcements and other quick conversations in the workplace.
AUCAM Security offers audio intercom systems in a variety of attractive styles, durable and sleek, for external and internal use. Some models include handsets, while others allow for convenient hands-free use.
AUDIO / VIDEO (AV) INTERCOMS
Like audio intercom systems, video/audio intercoms may be installed outside or inside a home or place of business. In addition to clear sound, video/audio intercoms offer sharp images, made possible by an audio and video transmitter and receiver in a single cabinet. Unlike audio intercom systems, the advantage is that users can see potential visitors and other conversation partners, which creates more security and increased peace of mind.
AUCAM Security offers video/audio intercom systems with innovative features such as color imagery, video memory, and pan, tilt and zoom views.
MULTI-TENANT TELEPHONE ENTRY INTERCOM SYSTEMS
Telephone entry systems connect directly to the resident phone lines in a building. Residents are called without making a call to the central office, which bypasses the expense of telephone charges. Phone entry intercom systems offer lower costs, convenience and privacy, as the dialed phone number remains unrevealed.
CHOOSE AUCAM – YOUR INTERCOM SYSTEMS EXPERTS
Whether you are looking for an intercom system for a multi-tenant building or for your business, you should consult with experts to design a system tailored exactly to your needs. We can help you to repair existing intercom systems, upgrade old intercom system with a new intercom system.
Our intercom services are available in the Melbourne area including Ballarat, Shepparton, Geelong, Bendigo and in other areas of Victoria please ask additional charges maybe applicable for longer distances.
INTERCOM SYSTEM COMPONENTS
An intercom is a closed-circuit voice communication system. Intercoms are commonly used in singular buildings or small collections of buildings and allow for communication across physical spaces.
Intercoms are self-contained and therefore operate free of the public phone system. Intercoms are generally permanent fixtures in the space that they connect to another via communication and utilize hardware such as walkie talkies, telephones, public access loudspeaker systems, and wall mounted speaker and phone systems. Some but not all intercom systems are also attached to security systems, allowing for access control functions within the intercom itself.
THERE ARE SEVERAL BASIC FORMS OF INTERCOMS:
MASTER OR BASE STATION
The master or base station of an intercom system is an intercom base which has the capability to make announcements to the entire system and also has the capability to connect with any system within the intercom system. So, although a business owner may wire certain intercoms to connect with only certain others, the business owner him or herself may connect with any and all intercoms within the system.
A sub-station intercom system is a system that is capable of connecting to the main base station (ie the business owner or boss) but is not capable of connecting with any other intercom stations within the system at large. This may be used by, for example, a head of security whom only deals with the business owner directly.
A door station intercom system is a system that is situated at the door of an office or home that is capable of making contact only with the main or base station. The door station may not intercom individual intercoms within a building; it only communicates with one base station). This is commonly used in security systems as a means of controlling access to a space.
WALL MOUNTED STATION
A wall mount intercom system is affixed to the wall and generally features either a push-and-talk functioning microphone or a hand held phone set.
BELT PACK INTERCOM
A belt pack is a portable closed-circuit intercom system. It may also be referred to as a “headset” and involves an intercom station worn on the belt with an earpiece worn by the individual. Belt pack intercoms are commonly used in stage productions or other situations in which individuals who are on the move need closed circuit communications across space.
A handset is a portable intercom that does not have a headset mechanism attached to it. Instead it functions like a portable telephone or a walkie-talkie.
Many modern office telephone systems offer an intercom function, which allows for a closed-circuit intercom messaging system across desks. In many such devices, the ring that signals an incoming intercom correspondence is different than that which indicates an incoming call from an outside source. The intercom system on a telephone does not utilize the outside phone system.
Many intercom systems are hardwired into a building or set of buildings. However, for installations where hardwiring is not possible or desirable, wireless intercom systems do exists. It should be noted that in the case of wireless intercom systems, there is a risk of interference from other systems.