Urmet has launched Max Lite, a touchscreen which is claimed to offer an affordable price point for developers working on a residential buildings. The Max Lite IP PoE-powered touchscreen enables audio/video communication between the external door panel and the apartment, as well as providing call-forwarding to the Call2U app. The 7 inch monitor meets Secured by Design (SBD) requirements for resident safety, including lift control, CCTV snapshots and audio/video recording.
It features a slim profile and features both a flush mounting kit and a surface-mounting option.
The touchscreen is designed to be easy to use for anyone who is familiar with using apps and the swipe gesture control of smartphones or tablets.
Max Lite offers doorbell integration along with the ability to interface with panic or other alarms. Other features include compliance with SIP and RTSP standards, 1024 x 600 display, a main PoE LAN port and Micro SD-card storage. Consistency of design throughout the Urmet range and the use of open standards means that developers or property managers can upgrade from the Max Lite to Max Pro as a site evolves, with no engineering complications or the need to replace peripheral equipment or introduce new cabling.