Panasonic is boosting its range of cutting-edge home monitoring solutions for the Middle East market with the introduction of the VL-SV74 Video Intercom System.

Panasonic launches expandable intercom kit

Boasting sleek and streamlined design, the highly-expandable VL-SV74 is the thinnest intercom with a built-in power supply developed by the Japanese electronics giant.  It also comes with top-notch features, such as a 1.3M pixel image sensor, night vision, voice change function, picture recording, and electric lock release support.

Built mainly for single-unit Apartment and Condominium residential markets, the VL-SV74 comes as a kit comprised of an outdoor camera door station and a fixed seven-inch main monitor with touch sensor keys.

Key features of the VL-SV74 include:

· Stylishly Ergonomic –

Touch sensor keys are used in the monitor, achieving a fully flat design.  Available in silver, white and mirror design, the VL-SV74 boasts a gently curved, metallic-looking design.  An optional mount box can be used to install the door phone inside the wall, reducing the distance between the front surface of the door phone and the wall even further.

· Easy to Use –

A 1.3 M pixel image sensor is used in the door phone to dramatically improve image quality.  Furthermore, the ‘bell’ indicator on the call button illuminates so visitors immediately know where to press even in dark environments.  A dedicated E-lock release key is placed on the front of the monitor and a volume adjustment key is placed on the side, making it easy to operate while talking.

· Voice Change Function –

This unique safety feature lowers the voice heard at the doorstep so that a woman’s voice sounds like a man’s.

· Electric Lock Release Support for Gate –

The gate or door lock can be easily and quickly released using the monitors.

· Picture Recording –

The main monitor and extension monitor can record door phone images for up to 50 door phone calls or monitoring sessions.

· Night Vision –

The door phone is equipped with LED lights, as well as enables the color display of visitors at a distance of about 50 cm at night.