Door intercoms for indoor use

Surface-mounted video home station 7

The Gira surface-mounted video home station 7 is a surface-mounted indoor station for the Gira door communication system. With its 7-inch display and the option for either mounting on the wall or standing on a base foot, the home station is suited to business premises and doctors’ offices alike.

Surface-mounted video home station 7

Gira G1

The Gira G1 is the intelligent central operating unit for the entire building technology. All functions can be conveniently operated by touching or gesturing at the bright multi-touch display. In conjunction with the Gira DCS IP gateway, the Gira G1 can also be used as a home station.

More about the Gira G1

Surface-mounted video home station Plus

The Gira surface-mounted video home station Plus has a homogeneous front and features a state-of-the-art 5.6 cm (2.2”) TFT colour display. Thanks to its capacitive sensor technology, it can be conveniently operated by lightly touching the buttons.

Home station with video

Home stations

The Gira home stations are hands-free systems for flush-mounted installation. The basic device with speaker, microphone and call buttons can be expanded to include a TFT colour display and an additional button for in-house calls.

Gira home station for indoor use

Surface-mounted home station

The Gira surface-mounted home station offers especially simple solutions for wall mounting. Completely pre-assembled, it is only 21 mm thick and can be installed quickly and cleanly.

Surface-mounted home station

Surface-mounted gong

Ideally suited for notifications in remote rooms: The Gira surface-mounted gong from the Gira door communication system signals both acoustically and via LED when someone rings the doorbell.

Gira surface-mounted gong

DCS IP gateway

Network-enabled door communication: The Gira door and home stations can be integrated into the IP network via the Gira DCS IP gateway. This allows the easy use of a wide variety of operating devices such as the Gira Control Clients, computers or IP-enabled telephones to communicate with visitors in the entrance area.

More about using the door intercom via a computer