- High quality audio and video
- 2-way communication
- 24/7 video identification
- Remote entry control
- SIP support for IP phone integration
AXIS A8004-VE Network Video Door Station
Reliable audiovisual entry control
AXIS A8105-E Network Video Door Station
Small and powerful door security
Intercom, surveillance camera and door control in one
Axis’ network door stations combine communication, video surveillance and remote entry control in one single device. They make a convenient complement to your surveillance installation and help keeping your premises secure, providing reliable 24/7 identification. With an Axis’ network door station, you can identify a visitor and open the door regardless of where you are.
A “Many-to-one” system
Axis’ network door stations are used in “many-to-one” systems where you have many cameras and several door stations but only one or a few points of operation. A typical example is an airport that has advanced systems for video surveillance, access control, alarms and communication.
- Many intercoms (and cameras), one or few receivers
- Retail, logistic centers, airports, university campuses, alarm centrals
Axis’ network door stations give you reliable identification even in low light or strong backlighting, and clear, two-way communication even in demanding situations, due to WDR, full duplex audio, acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression. Using a mobile app, IP phone or video management system (VMS), you can open doors directly or remotely. You can also record hazardous events and alert help in case of an emergency, thanks to audio and video analytics.
Flexible installation and easy integration
Axis’ network door stations can be installed either on a wall or recessed into the wall. Factory focus and support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) make installation fast and flexible. The door stations take advantage of existing infrastructure, such as the IP network, network cameras, and IP phone or laptop for communication.
Axis’ network door stations are based on open interfaces for third-party software, allowing them to be integrated with video management software provided by Axis’ partners. To meet the requirements for small to mid-sized installations, they support AXIS Camera Station and operation from mobile applications, using Session initiation protocol (SIP) that enables integration with IP telephony and VoIP communication systems.