Videx launches 2 wire video system digital panel

London, UK

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Videx Security, a leader in access control and door entry systems, has released a new 4312 Series entry panel for its VX2300 2-wire video system. This addition aims to highlight Videx's commitment to providing advanced entry solutions that meet the needs of modern residential and commercial buildings.

The 4312 Series entry panel, part of the Videx 4000 Series and available in standard vandal-resistant formats, introduces a range of innovative features designed to enhance security and user interaction. Among its key features are a backlit keypad, available with additional alpha keys (A-F) for direct apartment dialling or with name scrolling keys for ease of use. The panel also boasts a customisable graphical LCD display, providing clear visitor interaction and feedback.

Equipped with a wide-angle CMOS camera and voice annunciation capabilities, the 4312 Series panel ensures visitors are both seen and heard clearly, announcing call progress and extending an invitation to enter. This digital panel is designed for versatility, complementing new and existing VX2300 systems and supporting up to 998 apartments.

In terms of access control, the panel offers coded access for up to 2800 4-6 digit codes and Mifare proximity for a similar number of users, with an additional layer of security through a combined code+Fob mode.

Rob Sands, Technical Director at Videx, said: “Our new 4312 entry panel integrates cutting-edge features such as Mifare proximity and a wide-angle camera into a compact, vandal-resistant design. This panel not only enhances building security but also offers unparallelled ease of use and visitor interaction, marking a new era for the VX2300 system.”

Key features of the intercom panel include its compact design, wide-angle CMOS camera, backlit keys with a graphical LCD display, and voice annunciation for call processing. Notably, the panel is powered directly from the 2-wire bus, simplifying installation by eliminating the need for additional cables.

Videx's VX2300 system is known for its flexibility, allowing integration with a variety of door panels, videophones, video monitors, and concierge units, all through a single pair of cables. The new 4312 panel is customisable and programmable through both its user interface and PC software, featuring USB, RS485, and Wiegand interfaces for comprehensive control.


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