Panasonic rolls out VL – V590 and VL – V900 under its Video Door Phone portfolio

Panasonic expanded its Video Door Phone portfolio with the launch of VL – V590 and VL – V900 in the market. The VL – V590 comes embedded with characteristics like the electric lock release and a connectivity of up to 20 households. The product enables the connection of any combination of 7-inch wired monitors and 6 wireless monitors with intercom calling facility respectively. Optimal for establishments such as apartments, the product allows the user to enter the installation with the help of a PIN lock code as well. The product will be available at a price of Rs 29,990/-.

The VL – V900 is a multi-door video intercom system, a combination of PBX and cameras which can connect up to 18 lobby stations and 560 monitors for large apartment buildings.  The product follows the concept of internet of things and enables the user to answer visitors after looking at them through the connected smartphone. Ideal for establishments like townships and condominium, the product lets the user record images of visitors, monitor common surveillance rooms and notify of accidents to reception or another station via a PBX. The product will be available at a price of Rs 87,749/-.

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Commenting on the launch of the product Mr. Vijay Wadhwan, Director SSD, Panasonic India, said, “At Panasonic, security for us is the primary and the utmost requirement associated with any device. Catering to this, we have come out with a new line of products that enables consumers to monitor their belongings from the palm of their hands. With advanced technology, the new range of video door phones are embedded with features that empower a user to track people via their smartphone and record images respectively. We believe that such attributes will not only augment people’s safety coefficient, but will also generate awareness of its need amongst consumers.”

@Technuter.com News Service

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