Fanvil’s all new i Series Indoor Stations can be applied in different environments to easily achieve remote access control. The new devices are perfect for residents living in flats or student halls of residence. The devices may also be useful for offices in tall commercial buildings, allowing them to efficiently let clients into the building.
The Fanvil Indoor Stations work seamlessly with Fanvil’s door phones and intercoms, no matter whether it supports audio or video. Take the Fanvil i16 SIP Video Intercom and the Fanvil i20S SIP Door Phone as an example. The Fanvil i16 supports video, therefore the Fanvil Indoor Stations will use video communication whereas, the Fanvil i20S does not support video so the Indoor Stations will use audio communication only.
There are four indoor stations to choose from starting from the Fanvil i51W, Fanvil i52W, Fanvil i53W and the Fanvil i56A which runs on the Android 9.0 operating system and advances of an extremely large 10.1 inch touchscreen colour display. Continue reading to find out the main differences between these indoor stations available.
Comparison Features: 4.3 inch main colour display, built-in WiFi, 4 SIP lines, HD audio and video.
Comparison Features: 7 inch main colour display, built-in WiFi, 4 SIP lines, HD audio and video.
Comparison Features: 7 inch touchscreen main colour display, built-in WiFi, 6 SIP lines, HD audio and video.
Comparison Features: 10.1 inch touchscreen main colour display, runs on Android 9.0 operating system, built-in WiFi & Bluetooth, 6 SIP lines, HD audio and video.