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1-10 Way Vandal Resistant Flush Mount Audio Intercom Kit

1-10 Way Vandal Resistant Flush Mount Audio Intercom Kit
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Model:  Bell-VRK1
Part Number:  Bell-VRK1


The VRK Vandal Resistant Systems have been devised for areas that are prone to external vandalism. Each system provides all of the components necessary to install a complete audio door entry system; including a surface lock release as standard. These systems are available from a one way (model VRK1) up to any size.

Each VRK series system comprises:

  • model 801 telephone, one each station.
  • model VRP front door panel.
  • model 61 speech unit (model 51above 10 ways).
  • model 203 surface lock release.
  • model 212 12VAC PSU (model 225 above 10 stations).
  • Full wiring and installation instructions.

The model VRP panels are manufactured from 2.5 mm 316 marine grade* stainless steel. All panels are flush mounted and fixed to the back-box by tamper proof bolts (a special key is required to remove the panel). A vandal resistant button is provided for each flat and optionally one for Tradesmen. Each panel is custom engraved to client's specifications using the Panel Designer software, which creates a dimensioned drawing of the panel for customer approval prior to manufacture. The engraving of flat numbers is included in the price of each system. Further engraving (e.g. Block names) can be included for a modest surcharge. The model 801 telephones are included as standard for systems up to 20 stations and the model 801P with privacy function for larger systems. The telephone is manufactured in white high-impact ABS plastic which imparts high durability and complements most wall furnishings. It incorporates a 'lock release' push-button discreetly positioned on the base, and under the handset, to prevent inadvertent use. With its wide handset the model 801 is especially recommended for the elderly. The Electronic Ringing Tone has a useful safety feature wherein the tone is reduced when the handset is ‘off the hook’.