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DoorBird D2101WV IP video intercom for health centers, schools and high-traffic buildings, V2A stainless steel, brushed, incl. recessed housing (vertical), 1 call button incl. stainless steel plate with bell symbol, contactless call module (surface mount sold separately)
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We at DoorBird have been working hard to investigate,
develop and test how we can play our role in
improve the safety of all in the current pandemic
The result of our work is our Contactless Call Module.
With our contactless calling module, you can
reduce exposure to viruses and germs in high-rise areas
public traffic. The module is ideal for public buildings
such as health centers or schools, but also for the little ones
offices where security for staff and visitors must be
The module has a smart gesture sensor that
reliably detects hand gestures as well as approach
hand to module at a distance of 10
cm (3.94 inch). The gesture sensor combines several
technologies simultaneously for this purpose,
including ambient light, RGB and infrared light sensor
Visitor can draw attention to himself without germs and
intuitively just by saying hello. Since our gesture sensor
can also detect the approach of a hand, the
The solution also works if, for example, a package is kept
with both hands in front of her.
Once a gesture has been recognized, the module
can perform all actions identical to our standard call
Send a ringing tone, for example as a pressed message
Initiate a SIP call
Connect a relay, for example, to open a door automatically in a
certain time frame
Send information to the building automation system,
for example, using an HTTP / (s) command
Optionally, you can also configure whether only one
a certain hand gesture must perform an action, for example.
waving his hand from left to right opens a door.
The contactless call module is compatible with
our D21x series IP video door stations. It is...
recommended that the module be used with one of our
powder coated front panels, such as high chlorine cleaners,
which are still partly used in the medical sector, can
attack bare stainless steel surfaces.