To celebrate its revamped access control range, ESP is offering one lucky winner the chance to win a Bose SoundTouch Wireless Music System.
ESP has relaunched its access control range, with a simpliﬁed collection of products and a new brand name. The revamped range will come under the umbrella name Aperta – the Italian word meaning to open, allow access, passage, or a view through a space – and has been designed with ease of installation and operation as key features.
With just two main components – door station, with optional access control keypad and the hands-free monitor – the Aperta range will allow the creation of anything from a single-door entry system to a multi-usage system. The Aperta video door entry systems utilise 2-wire technology, which offers many benefits and advantages over traditional video door entry systems. For simplicity and time efficient installations, the 2-wire technology provides a friendly platform by reducing the number of cores required for connection and requires just one power supply unit. This ensures that just one PSU needs to be concealed and supplied with just a single electrical mains supply.
The Aperta access control range offers superb video and audio quality and comprises the following products:
- Two door entry kits; the APKIT includes a colourmonitor and door station and the APKITKP includes colour monitor and door station with door release option via the keypad. They will both connect up to four monitors.
- Multi Apartment Door Station (APDSMW), which includes door release via keypad and will connect up to 32 handsets.
- Optional monitor with GUI (graphic user interface) menu incorporated for advanced options and includes SD card record facility.
ESP has developed new instruction manuals to support the range. They are designed to enhance the simplicity of installation, by incorporating easy-to-follow, step-by-step graphics which takes the user through the installation and programming processes.
For a chance to win answer the following question and complete the form below. Please note entry is restricted to one per person.
QUESTION:How many Power Supply Units (PSU) does the new Aperta Access Control range require?