The Gira System 106 is a modular door communication system with metal front plates in an elegant, minimalist design. Simply mounted on the wall, the system is equally well suited to new builds and retrofits. The Gira System 106 is compatible with all Gira home stations and door communication solutions from Gira.
Robust materials and compact, cutting-edge technology provide convenience, security, and a touch of elegance. The modular system is extremely flexible to configure and can be adapted or expanded at any time. Modules can be combined flexibly and arranged vertically, horizontally, or in squares.
The counterpart to the door station on the outside of the entrance is the home station, the intercom and the operating unit for inside. The Gira System 106 can be combined with any of the home stations from the Gira door communication system.
The Gira System 106 is based on a clear grid and includes a total of seven modules allowing a range of solutions to be realized – from single-family homes to larger properties. A choice of modules is available as part of the system:
- Door station module: Speakerphone unit with an integrated call button.
- Call-button module: Comes in minimalist, all-metal buttons with laser inscription, or call buttons with a backlit inscription space.
- Intercom module
- Camera module
- Blank module: Cover-up module for future expansion.
- Info module: For house numbers/names/opening hours etc.
- Display module: Shows visitors when they are requested to speak and when the door is being opened.
The design and glass fronts conceal the high-quality intercom system with background noise suppression, the camera with backlight compensation, the brightness sensor for the call button, or a built-in heating unit to protect the system.
Configuring the Gira System 106 can easily be done online using the Gira Door Communication Configurator. All modules can be selected and positioned as desired – arranged vertically, horizontally, or in squares.
The Gira System 106 can also be integrated into mailbox units from Renz. The Gira System 106 modules match the Renz Plan S series and can be installed flush into the units. Combining the two ensures that the front entrance has a uniform appearance, and looks particularly tidy and stylish.
First, the body of the door intercom is securely screwed to the wall. The modules are then fixed to a support frame using bayonet locks, linked to each other with flat ribbon cable, and connected to the 2-wire bus.
The benefits of modular construction become apparent when installing the system. It is possible, for example, to install just the housing at first, when the building work is at an early stage. Lines, modules, and front plates can be added later – just before the building is ready to be used.
ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:
When developing and selecting the materials for the Gira System 106, a high priority was given to sustainability. One of the characteristics of System 106 is that it has also been designed to be dismantled in an extremely environmentally-friendly way, as all the materials used can be fully separated from each other.