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IP360: the new BPT video-entry system suitable for all installation contexts

Individual homes or large residential complexes, the IP360 system offers high performance and maximum flexibility.

Came presents IP360, the new BPT video-entry system, created to offer advanced performance in line with the most modern of residential, commercial, industrial and service set-ups.
In a rapidly changing world where new technology is constantly being created, IP260 fully satisfies the ever-increasing need to simplify and integrate different systems.
The system, using Ethernet and standard communication protocols, can be applied in many different contexts, meaning BPT video-entry systems can be used in multi-service systems. This means the various devices in the group can communicate with one another and with third-party stems using a common language.

 

Maximum configuration freedom with no technical or installation limitations

The IP360 system surpasses all traditional video-entry systems, making distances, the number of devices that can be connected, network size and simultaneous audio and video calls all unlimited.
All IP360 system devices can be connected to an existing LAN network, adding the functionalities offered by a digital system, without any extra wiring. The system uses Ethernet as its main distribution system for communication, guaranteeing practically infinite system coverage.

 

Video-entry systems on mobile devices

With XIP Mobile, the BPT app developed for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, audio and video calls from elements of the IP360 digital video-entry system can be managed directly on your mobile device. What’s more, with a simple tap, you can open doors, turn on stairway lights and turn on the video privacy function by programming the auxiliary commands.

 

Cloud-oriented

Thanks to the network connection and with no need for additional devices, the IP360 video-entry system is always connected to the internet. Using the Cloud Came Connect service, users can receive video-entry system calls remotely, directly on their smartphone, open gates or view video cameras within the system. Furthermore, installers can make use of a series of advanced functions such as monitoring of installed systems, allowing them to intervene quickly and safely where necessary.

 

Integration with Came’s home-automation system

The IP360 system can be fully and simply integrated with the new Came Domotic 3.0 home-automation system. The integration of the two systems means no additional devices need be installed, as the home-automation system server also manages calls from the entry panel. All the video-entry options are management directly by the home-automation system touch screens.

 

Integration with the CCTV system

The IP360 system allows you to view the images from the entry panel and video cameras, both traditional and IP, that are connected to the system, from any internal receiver, as well as from any concierge desk.
With IP360, numerous integrations between the two systems are possible, meaning that you can view the video coming from IP video cameras on FUTURA IP terminals. Furthermore, IP video-camera motion detection events can action the video-entry system, such as by turning on lights or making video calls to smartphones or tablets.

 

Integration with SIP devices

The IP360 system allows third-party devices with SIP, such as home-automation system terminals or VoIP telephone switchboards, to be interfaced. All this without using specific interfaces. So you can receive video-entry calls and open gates or entry points directly from a touch panel, without the need for a video receiver in the building. Furthermore, the system allows you to use SIP telephone interfaces with analogue telephones or GSMs. That way, you are always reachable via a landline or mobile phone.

 

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