Modules and Housings
Audio & camera panel modules
Modular intercom panels will have an audio module, or combined camera and audio module, usually at the top. There are many versions, so be sure to identify the correct one. There may also be different panel finishes. Vandal resistant panels have simpler modules fixed to the back of the panel.
Button panel modules
Modular intercom panels for more than 2 homes have additional button panels. Both 4000 and 8000 versions have up to 5 rows. Double density buttons mean up to 10 per panel.
Access control panel modules
Card reader or keypad access controls are module options on door panels. Keypads have either one code per relay, or 100 codes. Check the code on the back of the module to choose the right option.
Functional modules are the unseen parts of an intercom. Power supplies, timers, switching modules etc.
Modular panel housings
Door panel housings in surface or flush, vandal resistant housings, rainhoods etc.
- 4000 Series Accessory ModulesFrom £15.12 £12.60
A range of accessory modules for the 4000 series:
4846 – Back-lit information module suitable to display information such as a house name or operating instructions.
4846/UK – Information module modified for use with panel mount proximity readers from other manufacturers. Front is clear plastic and has facility for customers own graphics.
4846/IND – Induction loop module, comprising of an IL-EL42-2 induction coil. Complies with DDA requirements and the Equality Act 2010, the induction loop module can connect to the 4000 series audio amplifier modules and enables users who are hard of hearing to hear the conversation from the intercom panel.
4840 – Blanking module – for the 4000 series modular door panels. Can be used as a space filler, to mount third part equipment to a panel or to allow future expansion of features to a panel.Learn More