What is the Difference Between the Standalone and Real-Time Systems?

      For the standalone system the guest controls a TouchSwitch inside the room which is hardwired to a sign outside the room. The sign then indicates whichever command was selected on the TouchSwitch. In addition to the standalone system we offer a real-time system. The real-time system transmits the guest’s request via a wireless ZigBee […]

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    How is PrivacyService Powered?

    The PrivacyService system is a low voltage system that can be powered from any power supply between 12 and 24 V AC or DC. For North American installations Axxess typically supplies a micro-transformer that installs in the electrical box behind the guestroom switch, connecting to 110VAC. Outside of North America, the Privacy Service system is […]

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    Is the System Wireless?

    That depends on what aspect of the system we are looking at. The system is typically a powered system, thus it is wired in the sense of being powered. The interaction between the guest room switch and the indicator/doorbell panel in the corridor is typically via plug-and-play wire connection. If it is impossible to install […]

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    Where is the Doorbell Located?

    The doorbell module is part of the Guest Room Switch, there is no need for a separate doorbell in the guest room. If an additional or alternative doorbell is required, Axxess can supply additional doorbell modules that can be wirelessly actuated from the same doorbell button.

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    What Kind of Electrical Box?

    The current North American form factor of the Privacy Service system fits a North American single gang electrical box opening; the switch face fits a standard Decora = GFI opening. Standard installation is in an a 4-square box with a single gang mudring. Installation in multi-gang electrical boxes is supported with specific requirements – consult with us […]

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