The Helios IP Force – IP intercom offers a smart and effective solution for the secure access control and monitoring of a building entrance. Voice and video transmission is provided by standard SIP/RTP/RTSP protocols, which guarantee the best compatibility and integration with third-party IP systems.

The Helios IP Force is designed for operation in the most demanding conditions. The robust mechanical construction offers the highest protective coverage rating against dust and water and protection against mechanical damage (vandal resistant). Numerous deluxe features of the Helios IP Force provide high user comfort and guarantee secure access control for any extreme environment.

The intercom targets organizations from a variety of sectors and verticals, including business (offices, shopping areas), education (universities, campuses, schools, sports areas), healthcare (hospitals, laboratories), logistics & transportation (airports, parking lots or garages), government (prisons), industries (manufacturing & production, energy, metal & mining, chemicals).

Helios IP Force – IP Intercom – Key Features and Benefits

  • Full integration with Tensor Facial Recognition Access Control
  • Maximal resistivity against dust, water, and mechanical damage
  • High clarity and volume in noisy environments
  • Wide-angle colour camera with night vision
  • Illuminated buttons and backlit keyboard
  • Integrated RFID card reader
  • Wide-angle colour camera with night vision
  • Illuminated buttons and backlit keyboard
  • Integrated RFID card reader
  • Secure admission to the building of authorised people at selected times
  • Entrance monitoring and following the movement of people
  • Interconnecting with other security systems in the building
  • Easy installation and integration into the existing LAN
  • Visual & Voice navigation – suitable for disabled people

Helios IP Force – IP Intercom – Extensive Functionality


The Helios IP Force can send real-life video streams to the Tensor Facial Recognition Access Control System. The Facial Recognition Software will detect the face of the person looking at the camera and compare it against its existing database of authorized personnel (or possible blacklists). If a match is found, access is either granted or denied, based on the person’s specific credentials.

Practical use: The Helios IP Force can be used as a standard IP camera, which can transmit real-time video footage to the Tensor Facial Recognition software for subject identification.


The Helios IP Force can offer continuous video streaming from an integrated camera of another system, which can re-cord or otherwise process it. The main transmission is made by an RTSP protocol, which is commonly supported by 3rd party systems.

Practical use: The Helios IP Force can be used as a standard IP camera, which can be integrated into the security system of the building.


A PC application that is used to manage the configuration and multiple setting of all Helios IP intercoms installed within the building. It enables you to divide the building into zones, create user groups, set access rights, and manage phone numbers, lists, etc.

Practical use: The application will save you time on configuration, especially with multiple installations. The configuration of the entire system can be clearly managed from one place and all the changes synchronised by pressing a single button.


A free downloadable application that allows you to watch a video from the camera of the Helios IP Force on your PC. You can watch a video from a selected intercom, or set it such that you will see
video even before picking up the incoming call.

Practical use: You will see the person who is standing in front of the door, even before you pick up the call on your IP phone. By pressing only one button in the application you can easily open the door.


The time profile feature enables the limitation of calling to selected numbers and defines the validity of access codes or RFID cards, using a weekly calendar.

Practical use: You can simply define a time profile for a particular person. For example, for a cleaning service worker or the postman, who will be denied access after business hours.


The relays of the Helios IP Force can be simply closed/opened from any other device by an HTTP command.

Practical use: Integration into a home automation system, for example. Electric locks can be controlled from a central panel, independently call operated.


IP relay can be used as a reliable solution for the remote control of appliances that cannot be, for security reasons, connected directly to the Helios IP Force. IP relay is connected to the local network and is controlled by the commands for closing and opening.

Practical use: IP relay will be connected into the LAN in the protected locale. It will be connected to the door lock controller. When a code is entered for opening a door, an HTTP command will be sent from the Helios IP Force to the IP relay for opening or closing the door.


The Helios IP Force IP intercom provides a standardised communication interface, through which standard security or attendance systems can be connected. It has Ethernet, Wiegand, RS-485, or digital in-put and output.

Practical use: An integrated RFID card reader can be connected to your security system supporting a Wiegand interface. You can connect an already existing system to the Helios IP Force.


The Helios IP Force sends pictures directly to your e-mail box, of visitors captured by an integrated camera when they call.

Practical use: Information about visitors who didn’t catch you can find in your incoming e-mail box, with the exact time of the missed call and with several pictures from the camera.

Technical Specifications

Dimensions 217 x 109 x 83 mm
Protection level IP 65, selected models IP69K
Power 12V±15%/2A DC or PoE
Temperature Range -40°C – 70°C non-operating/storage
40°C – 55°C operating
Relative Humidity:
10% – 95%
POE PoE 802.3af (Class 0 – 12.95W)
LAN 10/100BASE-TX with Auto-MDIX
Relay Outputs NC/NO contacts, Max 30V/1A AC/DC
Active Output 9V – 13V DC/700mA
Supported RFID cards 125 kHz EM-40XX, HID Prox (26/37 b)
Supported RFID cards 13,56 MHz Mifare Classic 1k & 4k, DESFire EV1, HID iCLASS

Signalling protocol SIP 2.0 (RFC – 3261)
Quick dial buttons Transparent, white backlit buttons with easily replaceable name tags
Number of buttons 1, 2 or 4
Numeric keypad Optional
Microphone 2 integrated microphones
Loudspeaker 1W (Optionally 10W)
Audio Codecs G.711, G.729
Camera resolution 640 (Horizontal) x 480 (Vertical)
Camera view angle 135° (H), 109° (V)
IR Night Vision Yes
Video streaming codecs H.263+, H.263, H.264, MJPEG