The Aiphone LEM-1DL single-door Access Sentry System master intercom works with any Aiphone LE or LS Series door intercom (sold separately) to enable audio communication with visitors at a door prior to granting access using the door-release button. The door-release button works with an electric strike (sold separately) to remotely unlock the entrance for the visitor. The master intercom emits an audible signal to indicate an incoming call from the door intercom. Pressing the push-to-talk button allows the master intercom operator to talk to the visitor, and releasing the button automatically transmits sound from the door intercom. The chime and audio volume is adjustable. The housing is white plastic and mounts to a desktop or wall using the included mounting hardware. Additional LEM-1DL master intercoms (sold separately) can be connected to the system using an Aiphone DAK-2S adapter (sold separately) to extend coverage into other rooms; each master requires its own AC transformer or DC power supply (sold separately).
|Overall dimensions||7 x 5-1/2 x 2-1/4 inches/180 x 143 x 55 mm (H x W x D)*|
|Communication output||100 mW|
|Maximum distance from door/sub to master||650 ft. using a 22 AWG wire, 1,600 ft. using an 18 AWG wire|
|Compatible wires||Aiphone 822202 or 821802 (sold separately)|
|Door strike connection||Normally open maximum 30VAC or 30VDC at 1 amp door release such as Aiphone EL-9S (sold separately)|
|Power requirements||12 to 16VAC or 12 to 24VDC. Requires Aiphone PT-120N AC transformer or Aiphone PS-12C DC power supply (sold separately)|
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Door intercom systems allow an occupant of a building to communicate remotely with a visitor through at least one door intercom and master intercom. Master intercoms with a door-access button remotely unlock the door for the visitor.
Aiphone manufactures intercom systems for residential, business, and healthcare structures. The company, founded in Japan in 1948, has its North American headquarters in Bellevue, WA. Aiphone meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards 9001 and 14001.