Doorbell of future


NetStreams, the global leader in networked entertainment systems and technology based on Internet Protocol, has introduced the NetStreams DoorLinX DX100, the world’s first IP-Based doorbell / intercom system. Featuring an integrated microphone, speaker, and matching doorbell unit, DoorLinX allows any MP3 audio file, including a recorded voice, to be used as a door chime and to have different sounds associated with different doors or points of entry (it’s needed to be integrated with DigiLinx audio/video distribution system).

The DoorLinX can be easily integrated with NetStreams TouchLinX touch screens or the KeyLinX KL200 (I hope it may work with others systems as well). In advanced, mix togehter DoorLinX and Panasonic surveillance camera you’ll get a video doorphone.

[via Engadget]

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