At Tri-Electronics we install and repair a diverse range of office intercom systems for Chicago and suburban commercial building owners, property managers and business owners. We work with the leading wireless, telephone, buzzer, audio, or video intercom system manufacturers to provide better communication and building security protections. Our office intercom systems secure entrances by keeping doors locked while identifying and confirming visitor access.
We service and install the following brands:
Aiphone, Doorking, TekTone, Mircom, Select Engineering, BEC Integrated, Sidele, Viscom, Viking, Keri, Avigilon
We can install:
Gate / Door Entry Systems, Multiplatform IP Video Intercom Systems, Entry Access Control Systems, Outdoor IP video intercoms, Door Buzzer Systems, Doorbell Systems, and Commercial Video Entry Systems.
Typical Types of Intercom Systems:
Telephone Entry Systems – Telephone entry systems operate by using a phone line to perform communication between the visitor and the tenant/homeowner. There are two types of systems; No-Phone-Bill (NPBI) and standard telephone line. The NPBI systems operate by using the building’s phone line infrastructure for communication, but does not require the use of a paid phone line. These systems are limited to only calling an apartment within the building, and each tenant must have a standard analog telephone connected to the phone jack, regardless if they have phone service or not. On the other hand, the systems that utilize a standard phone line may call any phone number the tenant or homeowner wishes to receive calls on, such as a cell phone or regular landline.
Multi-unit Apartment Systems – Multi-unit apartment systems utilize a unique intercom system installed into each of the apartment units. This grants each apartment access to the buildings main outdoor intercom, for communicating with visitors. The inside users do not have to be face-to-face with the outside user in order to allow them to access the apartment building. This allows for increased security for the apartment building and decreased chance of unwanted visitors.
Video Intercoms: Analog & IP – Video intercoms allow users to communicate with one another through video content. Video intercom systems allow the inside user to allow the outside user access after seeing who is trying to enter the home or building. Most video intercom manufacturers have been converting to IP-based video intercom systems because they provide higher quality video to the inside user. The inside user can see and communicate with the outside user before allowing them to enter the home or office building. IP-based intercom systems also allow for users to leverage mobile applications to ensure security to their home or office building from virtually any location.
Illinois – Chicago, Naperville, Auroa, Elgin, Joliet, Northbrook, Cicero, Crete, Monee, Lansing, Calumet City, Chicago Heights, Dolton, Harvey, Arlington Heights, Bollingbrook, Romeoville, Alsip, Oak Lawn, Park Forest, River Forest, Evanston, Orland Park, Tinley Park, Frankfort, Country Club Hills, Kankakee, Manteno, Peotone, Skokie, Elmhurst, Palatine, Grant Park, Crestwood
Indiana – Hammond, Gary, East Chicago, Lake Station, Crown Point, Merrillville, Munster, Highland, Griffith, Lowell, Hobart, LOFS, Winfield, Chesterton, Valpo, Valparaiso, Portage, Laporte, South Bend, Mishawka, Lafayette, Granger, Elkhart, Goshen, Michigan City, Schererville, St. John, Dyer