Dependable communication between varying areas of your office or home is essential for both security and better business practices. To make life easier, Eagle Guard intercom systems come equipped with innovative features, such as color video interfaces and digital technology, the latter allowing for remote location connection.

Intercom systems are able to be installed for internal or external use, using existing phone lines or computer networks.

Audio Intercoms

Never underestimate the value of audio intercom systems, which allow individuals to communicate via voice from different locations within a greater structure, such as an apartment building or an office complex.

External audio intercom systems let employees or residents screen prospective visitors, whereas internal audio intercom systems facilitate communication between rooms at home, or enable public announcements and other quick conversations within the workplace.

Eagle Guard offers audio intercom systems in a variety of styles, for external and internal use. Some models feature handsets, while others let you be hands-free.

AV Intercoms

Audio/video intercom systems, like audio intercoms, can be installed inside or outside a home or office. These take security and communication a step further, however, by providing a visual to accompany audio. Beyond superb sound, audio/video intercoms supply sharp images, thanks to an audio/video transmitter and receiver in a single cabinet. Different from solely audio intercom systems, the video feature has an advantage in that users can see potential visitors and other conversation partners, which boosts security and, thus, peace of mind.

Eagle Guard’s audio/video intercom systems include several important features, including color imagery, video memory and pan, tilt and zoom views.

Phone Entry Intercoms

Phone entry intercom systems connect right to resident phone lines within a building. This offers convenience, lower costs and privacy, as the dialed number remains anonymous.

IP Intercoms

IP intercoms are intercoms connected to a web-based server that can be accessed from virtually anywhere via computer or smartphone. They allow users to interact with each other from afar and make it possible to control who has access, without requiring users be face-to-face, or even in the same region as a visitor. IP intercoms take all of the common features of an intercom—the ability to grant access, the ability to restrict access, the ability to communicate and the ability to verify an identity—and make them remote.

So, how do they work? IP intercom systems distribute audio and video signals on a computer network in a residential building or office. The intercom system operates like any other computer on the local area network, allowing for ample flexibility, and multiple locations in different buildings can be connected for maximum reach.