AMX brings Voice over Internet Protocol to three of its Modero touchpanels.
The AMX NXD-1000Vi Modero Touch Panel now has Voice over Internet Protocol functionality.
March 09, 2007 by EH Staff
AMX has integrated intercom with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology into its 10-inch Modero Touch Panel (NXD-1000Vi). New capabilities include panel-to-panel communication, as well enhanced touch sensitivity.
VoIP-enabled versions of the 8.4-inch Modero ViewPoint (MVP-8400i) and 7-inch Modero (NXD-700Vi) touchpanels are currently available.
All three touch panels meet the International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Sector’s (ITU-T) G.711 sound standard, enabling them to deliver a telephone-quality user experience. The company says their full-feature intercom capabilities include:
- Two-way communication—Place panel-to-panel calls within the home or commercial building, or from a condominium unit or hotel room to the concierge.
- One-way pages—Broadcast a message to all touch panels within the home or commercial building.
- One-way monitoring—Listen only; this feature works well in homes with nurseries and playrooms.
- Privacy option—Choose to disable all intercom capabilities for a temporary period of time.
- Hands-free communication—Engage in interactive panel-to-panel conversations without holding down a button.
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