2N Telekomunikace is a European manufacturer headquartered in Prague. The company has a sound global reputation for building tough and resilient analog, IP and LTE intercom systems, access control systems, elevator systems, and telecommunications products.
In this review, you’ll find an in-depth look at 2N Intercom, including competing systems, key features, and pricing. With a side-by-side comparison of key intercom features, you’ll be able to evaluate your building’s needs and choose the right solution.
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Table of contents
- 2N Intercom Features
- 2N Intercom Pricing
- 2N Intercom Review
- 2N Intercom vs. Swiftlane Video Intercom
- IP Door Access Control Systems
- Guide to Apartment Intercom System (2023)
- Multi-Tenant Intercom System – Buying Guide
- The Best Apartment Intercom Systems (2023)
2N Intercom Features
- 2N IP Verso has a touchscreen keypad, address book, fingerprint reader, and Bluetooth
- SIP support available
- Built-in ethernet port
- Entry methods include RFID, Bluetooth, touchpad, and fingerprint reader
- 2N devices can be bulk-managed through the 2N Access Commander. It’s a browser interface that allows:
- Access control configuration
- Device management and monitoring
- Multiple site control
- Time and attendance management
- Visitor card management, and more
2N Intercom Pricing
2N IP Intercom: 2N IP Intercom comes with a variety of models, including the 2N IP Verso, Force, Solo, etc. Pricing will vary depending on the model you select, but will range between $1,000 – $1,500 for the main unit, excluding keypad modules, access readers and tokens, and mounting accessories, which are sold separately.
2N LTE Intercom: $1,160 for the main unit. Keypad modules ($500+) and access control components are sold separately.
2N Intercom Review
- Does not require master stations
- Owned by Axis, so offers good integration with other Axis products
- Can retrofit with legacy systems such as RFID card readers and fingerprint scanners
- Built-in night vision camera
- Free onsite configuration support
- Easy to install and start using
- Centralized multi-device management through a web interface
- Assembly required: the biggest grievance with a 2N entry system is the lack of “plug and play” installation. 2N intercoms are modularized and must be ordered and assembled separately.
- Low-quality audio: the voice and video quality of IP intercom can be affected by electromagnetic or RF interference
- The spread of germs and disease such as COVID-19 should be carefully considered when integrating a touchscreen or fingerprint system
2N Intercom vs. Swiftlane Video Intercom
2N has a wide range of models with various applications and functionalities. Overall, it is a robust, durable intercom system. The modular design gives the system a lot of flexibility and potential for customization. However, this feature is not for everyone.
The time-consuming nature of a modularized product model makes 2N entry systems more complicated to scale and deploy. They system’s time-consuming nature is also reflected in its on-site software operability. Software updates and administrative management to be conducted manually.
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