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Friday, July 1, 2022

‘Open up’ with Gira

Make an excellent first impression with the new convenient home automation solutions by Gira 

Economical and a great example of future-proof design, every product in the Gira Door Communication series is designed to be variable catering for upgrades, retro-fitting and new-build or renovation projects where more than one solution is required or the needs of a building are subject to change or expansion.

Serving as the homes first line of defense, the Gira System 106 is a modular option made of metal in a simple and elegant design. Installed at the front door, it combines all the vital elements like a doorbell, integral camera, name plate and house number. The system can be easily combined with other functions making it easy to personalise and each model can be arranged vertically, horizontally or in a square configuration to best suit the entrance. 

If there is a strong need to identify who is at the door in addition to verbal communication, then the new Gira surface-mounted Video Home Station 7 is powerful and attractive. With the flexibility to position it on a wall or base-mount it on a stand, this intelligent solution is powerful and visually appealing due to its seven inch high-resolution TFT colour screen, which gives a high-definition display of visitors at the door. 

The new Gira Video Home Station 7 is also designed with an ‘alert feature’ catering to the visually or hearing impaired. This feature provides tactile feedback to the user by vibrating during full touch operation and  combined with the high speech quality of the in-built speakerphone function promises optimum control and accessibility for all.

If the homeowner is likely to be out and about then the home can be safely secured via a smartphone by using the Gira DCS Mobile. Enabling the resident to communicate with visitors remotely, it also provides the option to open the door when away from home: if deemed risk-free and necessary such as in the event of an emergency. 

Helping to solve the common issue of misplaced or lost keys, the Gira Keyless In-entry System brings an end to being left in the dark by allowing the user to very easily open their door using a code or via the pre-programmed fingerprint reader, which can manage up to 99 individual finger identifications. The Gira Keyless In Fingerprint solution works with the biometric system and state-of-the-art high-frequency technology recognises a stored fingerprint: even if the surface of the skin is slightly injured, dirty or the skin structure has changed with age. 

Discover the new door communication systems by Gira at ARCHITECT@WORK London 2020 (29-30 Jan 20), where you can visit Stand 13 and meet Gira UK experts ready to discuss product suitability, user benefits, technical specification and potential supply. 


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