No phone line or SIM card required, no call charges or line rental.
The One2One Plus is predominantly installed as a wired solution that is connected to a Hub via CAT5. The Hub would normally be inside the property which could be up to 300 metres away. You simply plug a standard telephone or cordless base station into the Hub and when a visitor presses the CALL button so that you know it is an access request. the phone inside the property rings with a different sound to a normal call.
The user picks up the telephone to speak to their visitor and if denied, simply put the phone down. The system can be set so that the handset inside the property is lifted and then immediately replaced on the cradle to operate the entrance. The handsets used for access can be any brand phone as required, but must be dedicated to the Telguard system. It cannot use the normal household telephone.
The user can also life the handset and connect to the entrance by calling 121. Conversation can take place and access granted if appropriate.
This system can also be installed wirelessly, which will rely on the range of the chosen DECT phone from the base station. You simply place the Hub and base station of the system in a watertight location near the entrance panel (eg. gate control box) and the Telguard will make a wireless call to the satellite phones within the property.
Programming is done via calling the handset plugged in to the Hub or via the keypad on the intercom. A PC can also be plugged in to the Hub via a programming lead and updates applied using the HyCan Link software.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us by phone. Personalized or other customized products cannot be returned for refund or exchange under any circumstances, unless stated otherwise at time of purchase.
We are open Monday - Friday, excluding bank holidays.
For orders received before 2pm we aim to deliver on a next day service
(This does not include any fabricated items)
*Please note there is a 15% restocking charge for returns*
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