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ERA Locca Connecta - The Wireless Intercom

Published: 11 October 2007
Imagine the convenience of being able to find out who is at the front door and with just a simple press of a button, grant access to visitors from anywhere in the home? The new Locca Connecta from ERA, The Door Lock People, allows you to do just that.
ERA Locca Connecta - The Wireless Intercom
When combined with the ERA Locca Multi and Access systems that enable you to unlock a door at the touch of a button, the ERA Locca Connecta becomes a wireless intercom. The stylish and compact cordless handset enables users to speak to visitors and let them in from a range of up to 200 metres anywhere in their home or office.

Locca Connecta, the latest addition to ERA's range of remote access control solutions, is simple to use and quick to install - without the need for an electrician. It has been specifically designed to enhance the existing Locca range and is supplied with a handset charger that can either be wall mounted, or placed freestanding on a side unit or table for convenience.

This cost-effective security system offers the latest in modern security technology. It is also the ideal solution for the elderly or for people with mobility issues as it allows them to establish the identity of their visitors, and unlock the door to invite them in, without having the inconvenience and discomfort of having to move from wherever they are in their home. And for additional peace of mind, it has a security override facility to prevent accidental opening.

So customers can now speak to visitors and let them in from anywhere in the home or office thanks to the new ERA Locca Connecta - the wireless intercom.

For more details, call ERA Products on 01922 490000, email on or visit the website at for a short demonstration of the ERA Locca Connecta in action.


20 December 2017 09:33:32




Derek Bundy. 

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