Wi-Box - Call Divert To Mobile
Fermax proposal is called Wi-Box, a small device (80 x 80 x 20 mm) that allows any old VDS equipment to connect to the home’s WiFi and transfer its functions to a mobile phone.
Wi-Box is added to the existing installation and allows the VDS equipment to connect to the home WiFi network through the home router. Security, comfort and mobility for the user. And for professionals, a new business opportunity.
According to Fermax’s calculations, there are currently more than three and a half million VDS equipment installed in the world. VDS is a reliable, successful and stable technology because of its characteristics and for a long time, it has been the favorite of installation companies. Today, the VDS installations continue to offer the final customer excellent performance. That is why Fermax proposes to give a new digitalized life to the old VDS equipment thanks to Wi-Box.
For families who already have a VDS terminal at home, the advantages are more than obvious: extra comfort, security and mobility that are very much appreciated by today's digital citizens.
For installation companies, Wi-Box means the opportunity for a new business, allowing them to return to customers' homes and offer new solutions to property owners. It is offered at a very attractive price and it works with the VDS audio and video door entry models that Fermax has put on the market over the last few years.
|Manufacturer||Fermax Electrónica S.A.U.|
|Accessories||Wi-Box for Fermax VDS|
You just need the new Wi-Box from Fermax to be able to stay connected to your home from anywhere in the world and enjoy your free time even when you're not at home.
If you have a FERMAX monitor or telephone with VDS technology in your home, you can now divert calls to your smartphone. And no matter how old your equipment is.
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