Commercial intercom systems let businesses, multi-dwelling units, hospitals, and schools conduct two-channel communication on their properties. Available in both wired and wireless solutions, they are pivotal in keeping everyone in your facility safe while facilitating conversations for more efficient business operations.
Though intercoms are best known for two-way calls, this technology is also behind mass notifications for active shooters, weather alerts, or fire systems. They can integrate with your existing commercial security to activate lights and sirens during an emergency.
From a central office, you can initiate calls to a variety of stations including those linked to your company’s access control. It’s easy to add stations throughout the property and even extend the solution's reach through an external antenna. We’ll customize the system according to the specific needs of your property in Corpus Christie, Houston, or San Marcos, TX.
Commercial intercom solutions designed for educational settings include pre-programmed messages and bells according to your school’s break-bell schedule. From an easy-to-use central panel, page specific departments, rooms, or the entire school. The system also plays a pivotal role in case of fire, active shooters, or shutdown procedures via mass notifications.
It is easy to integrate multiple intercom systems for a standardized district or country-wide solution. Include your choice of devices including one-way PA speakers, two-way voice stations, and two-way AV intercoms.
In large corporate offices, warehouses hospitals, or stores intercom systems are essential for productivity and safety. Nurse call systems and PA paging can be used to manage and organize staff. It’s easy to choose which areas or department to reach through your main intercom panel.
Door video intercom systems linked to your access control enhance security and let you keep tabs on employees. See who's at the front door and speak with them directly before allowing them in. Your intercom also sends mass emergency signals during a fire, shutdown, or active shooter.