When someone rings the doorbell, it's convenient and reassuring to know who's there before you open the door. To do this, an intercom will prove very useful. Thanks to it, you can check who is ringing and avoid unpleasant surprises. It will even allow you to open the door or gate without having to move. This is especially handy if the weather is bad or cold because you can stay indoors. There are plenty of different models on the market, including video intercoms, or even wireless intercoms. There is therefore something for all tastes, all needs and above all all budgets. To help you find the device you need, we offer a selection of several high-performance models. You will find wired intercoms there,wireless video intercoms and many more. All you have to do is compare the options and the functions to find the one that suits you best and that will integrate well into your home.
VD36W video intercom, Smartwares
Universal intercom handset, Golmar
Universal Intercom, BTicino
7 inch Video Intercom, Oswoo
Video intercom DIC-22112, Smartwares
Video door phone Ylva, Avidsen
Wireless video intercom, SCS Sentinel
Quattro White Edition videophone kit, Extel
4-wire video intercom, SCS
How to install an intercom?
Installing an intercom is a process accessible to all, on condition that you follow the steps, be well equipped, and pay attention. To get started, turn off your power line and verify that you have the necessary hardware to install your wireless intercom or video intercom. You will need a drill, screws, wall plugs, screwdrivers, wire strippers and cutters, dominoes, and wires for a wired intercom. Then define where you are going to place the door station, that is to say the part located in front of your house, outside, where visitors can press to signal their presence. The door station can be equipped with a camera in the case of a wireless video intercom, or with it. It must be hung at 1m60 from the ground to obtain a good viewing angle,you can then place the pegs in the right place. Then install the technical box close to the board because the two elements are to be connected by a cable. Once the box and the panel are connected, fix the indoor handset where it will be most convenient for you. You can re-energize the power line and check that your intercom is working properly.