ESP is continually developing its Aperta range of door access control products to provide solutions in a demanding and evolving security market. The latest product development in this category has been at the domestic end with the introduction of the next generation of WiFi door stations that offer enhanced features and benefits.
A WiFi door station connects directly to a smart phone, offering instant front door security and convenience to users. ESP’s new Aperta WiFi Door Station aims to cater for a wide range of applications. For a quick and straight forward installation with primary functions, there is a rechargeable battery version available, while for installations which require lock release, a low voltage wired version is available. As well as WiFi function, the wired version also provides an alternative Ethernet connection should WiFi be unavailable.
1080p live view, visitor recording, automatic motion detection, and clear two-way audio are some of the key features available via the subscription-free ESP Smart App.
Both the wired and battery powered models feature expandable storage capacity – up to 128GB (8GB supplied). The battery powered model now includes a system hub which sits between the door station and the router. The hub facilitates power demanding features such as WiFi connectivity, video record and remote door chime function. This means that the door station’s battery is dedicated to activations only, thus improving battery performance and efficiency.
The new models are offered in two colours – black and silver – and are complete with internal RF door chimes. They come in a kit form containing everything required for the installer to quickly and simply get the system up and running.
For more information visit ESP’s website here.