Door Entry and Intercom Systems

Check who’s at the door before you open it and stay secure in your home.

Door entry systems make sure that entry to the home is secure, but allows an elderly person or anyone struggling with mobility problems to let trusted people in when they want. For a disabled person, door entry systems can save a lot of physical effort, in response to a doorbell being pressed. Easy to install, a wireless door intercom can simply be plugged in and set up.

Entry phone systems come in a variety of styles, with different benefits. Wireless door entry systems are increasingly popular as they do not require fiddly or time-consuming installation. A wireless door intercom enables occupants of the home to talk to callers at the front door, using a dedicated telephone handset.

Door entry systems will typically comprise a doorbell speaker unit and a wireless door intercom station or master unit. The door speaker unit can be mounted on the outside of the door to the main entrance of the house. The master unit is kept in the house. It has a 'talk' button, a microphone and a speaker. Both these units can communicate with each other by sending radio signals.

Door intercom systems enable communication between two or more rooms, or between one or more rooms and the front door - so they can be used to talk to a caller before deciding whether to let them in. Door entry systems, or door intercom systems, often have multiple handsets or master stations linked to the doorbell unit.

Find the door entry system that best suits your needs with Alvolution.

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  • Home Care Alert Alarm with Wireless Doorbell

    Home Care Alert Alarm with Wireless Doorbell

    £35.99 (Incl. VAT)
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    This easy to fit wireless doorbell can also be used as an emergency panic alarm.  Once the bell or panic button is pushed it will send a signal to sound the bell (different sounds for the doorbell and panic signal) and it also has a visual light to assist those with hearing limitations.

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