Intercoms are used in many different facilities across a wide range of markets, yet they undergo a common design methodology based on a very simple workflow criteria. The design of an intercom system, like the design of any key system, must begin with the definition of the individual system’s requirements – including operations, environmental, and budgetary considerations. This e-book will guide you towards conceiving, planning and ultimately designing an intercom system. It includes our best advice and approach on how to compile and record information about a facility, the users and their workflows so that you can build the most appropriate intercom system.
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