Whenever audio communications is involved in electronic security, Tech Works security communications systems can help. If you have a closed circuit TV system and you want to add audio intercom so that the guard can hear and/or talk to a specific area, Tech Works can help. If you want to hear and/or record audio from an area under observation, Tech Works can help.
Tech Works security communications cover all areas. We provide area of refuge communication. When there is a security gate or door that needs audio communication, we can offer a variety of options. If you are dealing with a clean room environment or a ticket/cash window intercom, we have your solution. We also provide duress or holdup button alarms for cash cages and courthouses. Even if we don’t have an off the shelf security communications solution, let us know what you need and perhaps we can come up with a custom solution.
Choose a security communications application to fit your needs:
Camera Surveillance Audio Intercom
(Split 2 Station Intercoms)
Our SMI product can be configured to be both the remote speaker microphone interface and the operator speaker microphone interface.
A complete system solution that is easy to install, easy to adjust, and very flexible to allow the operation to be tailored to exact communication requirements.
Area of Refuge Intercom
When large properties require remote intercom to many areas, such as stairwells and parking garages with a central security station, Tech Works answers the call.
Standard intercom components are used with fiber transceivers to deliver clear communications to each entrance.
Clean Room Intercom
Many times when there is a clean room or controlled environment, there is a need to communicate from the clean room to the outside of the entry door.
Window Intercom (Bank/Teller Window Intercoms)
Communication at Ticket Windows, Cash Windows, or Prison Personal Belongings Windows and other similar areas.
Duress Call is designed to summon assistance silently by the use of hidden call switches under tables, desks, or counters to avoid agitation of the offending parties.