Veermount Technology Limited
Access Control Solutions
Veermount Technology produces a comprehensive range of rugged, reliable, PSTN based, Access Control Systems, each designed to fulfil a specific set of requirements. Every model represents a technological leap forward over its predecessors:
TeleHawk3:
  • Up to 1000 Call Points
  • PIN Number Entry
  • Remotely Granted Entry
  • 12 or 16 Button Keypad
  • LCD Display
  • Video options
  • Independent control of 2 barriers
  • PAC Reader option
  • Trades option
  • Porter/Concierge option
  • Failsafe Egress System
  • PABX Connectivity
  • Easily Customised
  • Installed in a day
TeleHawk2:
  • Up to 30 Call Points
  • PIN Number Entry
  • Remotely Granted Entry
  • 12 or 16 Button Keypad
  • Video options
  • Independent control of 2 barriers
  • PAC Reader option
  • Trades option
  • Porter/Concierge option
  • Failsafe Egress System
  • PABX Connectivity
  • Easily Customised
  • Installed in a day
TeleHawk:
  • 100% Line Powered
  • Controlled remotely from telephone
  • PSTN or PABX Connectivity
  • 1 or 2 Call buttons
  • Up to 16 Call Points
  • Video options
  • individual control of 2 barriers as standard
  • Installed in a day
  • Camera option available
DorHawk:
  • Designed for 2-wire domestic telephone systems
  • DECT compatible
  • Controlled remotely from telephone
  • No outgoing call charges
  • Failsafe operation
  • Video options on some models
  • Installed in a day
  • Very economical

All TeleHawk models are fabricated as vandal resistant, stainless steel panels, married to corrosion proof back boxes fitted with neoprene foam sealing gaskets. When properly installed, performance to IP55 or better is easily achievable.

The DorHawk model's panel, being intended primarily for domestic situations, is available in a variety of aesthetic styles and materials, including ABS, Aluminium, Stainless Steel and Brass, but all need to be sited carefully, as exposed, outdoor and/or noisy locations are not suitable.

The programming 'language' is uniform across the TeleHawk range. A competent engineer should be able to configure and maintain a typical installation unaided. However, where a large number of call points need to be set up, a specially designed bulk programming unit ('the Pod') is available as a seperate item. This unit is also recommended for anyone who needs to update call point details regularly.

The range employs a large number of common parts, from electronics modules to metalwork. This means lower component costs, making it cost effective for system maintainers to hold their own stock of contingency spares.