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20.06.2019, 17:57

Intratone at CIH 2019

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Access control specialist Intratone will showcase solutions for tenants at the Chartered Institute of Housing's (CIH) annual conference and exhibition from 25th to 27th June in Manchester.

 

A new exhibition stand reflecting the manufacturer's recent rebrand, will feature its V4 Video Intercom Panel which allows residents to open doors from up to a metre away, and also incorporates a 4G module, invisible pinhole camera, back-lit keypad with name-scroll, and hands-free proximity reader.

 

New to the event will be an "intelligent" control panel for smaller properties featuring LCD digital name screens that can be modified or removed remotely by property and facility managers.

 

Intratone UK country manager, Victor D’Allancé, says:

"CIH will give visitors a chance to see more of our range of products, including video and DDA Panels, proximity readers and cloud-based management systems.

 

"Our focus is on addressing some of the issues personnel who manage properties face with access control systems".

 

Intratone is also sponsoring the "Best Maintenance Team" category at the 2019 Housing Heroes Awards ceremony which on 24th June.

 

Visit Stand E14 at Manchester Central or www.intratone.uk.com for additional information.

 

 

 

 

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