The AES-2000F Accessible Entry System provides both audio and visual assistance for those with disabilities.
The LCD display with large 0.5″ tall characters is back-lit and will display a directory of tenants as well as directions and prompts. A built-in voice recorder and announcer can also provide a supporting audio message. When the *EZ® HELP button is pressed, instructions on how to use the door entry system are both displayed and announced.
The built-in directory can support up to 525 tenant names and phone numbers and will dial a pre-programmed phone number upon selection of a tenant. Once two-way communication has been established, the tenant can activate a remote door strike by entering a touch tone command. A second relay is also provided to operate an automatic door. The AES-2000F will also support keyless entry at the door via its built-in keypad, or by adding Wiegand-type proximity card readers, such as the Viking PRX-1, PRX-2, PRX-3, PRX-4, PRX-5, or LRR-4.
The AES-2000F is designed to be flush mounted. If a surface mount version is required, use model AES-2000S. Both versions feature durable vandal resistant faceplates and housing.
Note: This unit requires a Viking PB-100 (sold separately) for programming and because it uses modem transmissions, it requires a high quality analog phone line for proper operation.
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