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Hikvision DS-KV6113-WPE1 Gen2 Intercom 1 Button ‘Villa’ Door Station Wi-Fi, Mifare

Hikvision DS-KV6113-WPE1 Single Button Villa Door Station.

Includes, Single Button Villa Door Station, Plastic Housing, 2MP (1080P) extreme wide angle Camera, 10M/100M Self-adaptive Ethernet, LAN, 12 VDC / 48V PoE, 1-ch Indoor station access.

DS-KV6113-WPE1 Datasheet

Note – new firmware has been released to allow standalone usage. If you require this, click here



$193.00 $234.00 inc GST +3 Year Warranty & Support

The Hikvision DS-KV6113-WPE1 is a single button, apartment door entry solution that incorporates the sleek and modern Gen2 look

Includes, Single Button Villa Door Station, Plastic Housing, 2MP (1080P) extreme wide angle Camera, 10M/100M Self-adaptive Ethernet, LAN, 12 VDC / 48V PoE, 1-ch Indoor station access.

Key Features

● Single Button
● Standard PoE
● 2 MP HD camera
● Noise suppression and echo cancellation
● Low illumination
● Tamper-proof
● Configuration remotely via Web
● Protection level: IP65

Surface Mount.

Works with any Gen2 Room Stations.

> ethernet cable from Door Station to Poe Switch
> ethernet cable from the indoor Monitor to Poe Switch
> ethernet cable Poe Switch to the modem (if you wish to set up remote communication)

Hikvision DS-3E0105P-E 4 Port Unmanaged PoE Switch, 1*100M Uplink, 802.3af/at, 58W$80.00 inc GST +3 Year Warranty & Support
Hikvision DS-KH6320-TE1 Gen2 Video Intercom 7-Inch Touch Screen Indoor Room Station$246.00 inc GST +3 Year Warranty & Support
Hikvision Gen2 DS-KH8520-WTE1 Video Intercom 10-Inch Touch Screen Indoor Room Station$475.00 $540.00 inc GST +3 Year Warranty & Support

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System Parameters
Processor: | High-Performance Embedded SOC Processor
Operation System: | Embedded Linux Operation System
Video Parameters
Camera: | 2 MP HD Colorful Camera
Video Compression Standard: | H.264
Resolution: | 1080P
Video frame rate: | 30 fps
Audio Parameters
Audio Input: | Built-in Omnidirectional Microphone
Audio Output: | Built-in Loudspeaker
Audio Compression Standard: | G.711 U
Audio Compression Rate: | 64 Kbps
Audio Quality: | Noise Suppression and Echo Cancellation
Network Parameters
Ethernet: | 10/100 Mbps Self-Adaptive Ethernet
Network Protocol: | TCP/IP, RTSP
Light Supplement
Light Supplement Mode: | IR Supplement
Device Interfaces
Network Interface: | 1 RJ-45 10/100 Mbps Self-Adaptive Ethernet Interface
RS-485: | 1 RS-485 Half-Duplex Port
Indoor Station Access Amount: | 1
Material: | ABS Plastic
Power Supply: | IEEE802.3af, standard PoE, 12VDC
Power Consumption: | ≤10 W
Working Temperature: | -40° C to +53° C
Working Humidity: | 10% to 95%
IP Protection Level: | IP65
Dimensions(L × W × H): | 138 mm × 65 mm × 27 mm
Certification: | FCC, IC, CE, C-TICK, ROHS, REACH, WEEE

Intercom (12)

Hikvision Australia’s website has firmware updates for available IP cameras.

Use the search bar to try and find your product. Firmware updates are usually available on the product page.


You will need to contact us if you can’t find your camera listed or if you require firmware for your NVR / DVR.
You will need to also provide the full serial number of the device as well as your current firmware.
This is to ensure upgrades are done properly. In some instances middlle firmware is required before upgrading to the latest version.

We do not recommend doing intercom firmware upgrades. Please check with us if there is any doubt.

If you didn’t buy equipment from us, please contact the people who you bought the equipment from.

This is a comprehensive guide with lots of videos providing guidance for setting up Hikvision IP Intercoms.

Cabling requirements:

> ethernet cable from every Door Station to Poe Switch
> ethernet cable from every indoor Monitor to Poe Switch
> ethernet cable from Poe Switch to the modem (if you wish to set up remote communication)

Need to unlock a gate? 

If you need to open/ control 1-2 door / gate strikes, run 4 core cabling from the Intercom Door Station to the respective strikes. These strikes need to be powered separately, ie. the door station will not be able to power these strikes.

GEN 2 Guides

Watch the below video to get cracking.

ONE DOOR STATION AND ONE MONITOR – in case the first video was too fast. Set up is quick and easy and doesn’t use IVMS4200.



If you need the indoor monitor to connect through wifi instead of data cable – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TklIto_nVh8

How to add more monitors (requires a PC running IVMS4200)

How to add keypad:

How to add maglock?

How to add exit button?

How to add more door stations:







Indoor Station Configuration Guide
Indoor Station Operation Guide
Indoor Station Quick Start Guide

Probably the most useful guide ever *** CLICK HERE ***

How to setup – guide from Pipl Systems – https://pipl.systems/setup-tutorial-hikvision-2nd-modular-intercom-system/

Add a second monitor – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-11RJ1S-8Xg

How to add a single sub-door station to the main door station

GEN 1 Guides

Please click to download.

How to set up HIKVISION intercom for first time

How to configure a Hikvision Villa Intercom System


Hikvision Intercom add to Hik Connect

Most common system – 1 door station – 1 monitor:

1. Follow the setup via the indoor monitor. No need to even load IVMS4200.
2 Scan the QR code via Hik Connect app to setup remote viewing

System with 1 door station, 1 main room and multiple sub room stations

1.Set up the first unit using the main room monitor
2. Add the subroom monitors using IVMS4200. (the IP addresses are examples only)

Apartment system

Configure as above with IVMS4200. IP addresses are samples

System with multiple door stations

Configure as above with IVMS4200. IP addresses are samples

Some helpful hints

HIK CONNECT Only Master room stations should be added to Hik-Connect. Issues may occur if a Sub station is added. The app can be found on the iOS and Android app stores.

  1. Get the IP Address of the door station via HIkvision SADP tool

2. Download Hikvision IVMS4200 – https://www.hikvision.com/en/support/download/software/ivms4200-series/ (just download the first / basic one)

3. Add the device to IVMS4200 using the IP address – ensure you choose Synchronise time. Click Add

Thats it!

This tech guide from Hikvision helps you configure a Hikvision apartment intercom system.



SADP stands for search active device protocol, it’s Hikvision’s free and simple utility for searching Hikvision products (including IP cameras and DVRs/NVRs) in the local network.

Its commonly used for:

  • resetting password
  • Finding out what firmware is currently used
  • changing IP addresses

SADP TOOL FOR WINDOWS – https://www.hikvision.com/au-en/support/tools/hitools/ – 


Hikvision CCTV cameras can be added to an indoor station thus allowing remote viewing directly from the indoor station for added security.
A typical Hikvision room station can have up to 16 cameras viewable – one at a time.

For a guide as to how to set this up, please see attached:

Gen1 Intercom – Tech_Note_Adding_IP_Cameras_to_To_Room_Station

Gen2 Intercom instructions below:

Step 1- Get SADP tool to get the IP address of the NVR.

Step 2 – use IVMS4200, add the room station to IVMS. Then add as per screenshot below:

Otherwise via Intercom monitor:

Settings > 2 Icons on right (Configuration) > 3rd icon (device management) , Click on + sign and enter IP address. Port 554. username / password is the details of the camera.


In an Intercom system with 2 or more indoor stations, each station can dial or call between each other by using the following dialing format.

0- (Main indoor unit is typically 0 and other extension units are 1 thru 5)
For Example:

To call the Main indoor station from any indoor station you would dial 0-0

To call the first indoor extension from any indoor station, included the main indoor station, you would dial 0-1

Please refer to page 5 of the user manual.

Page 8 onwards may also help https://www.hikvision.com/content/dam/hikvision/products/S000000001/S000000083/S000000129/S000000131/OFR002104/M000001550/User_Manual/UD20209B_Baseline_Video-Intercom-Module-Door-Station_User-Manual_V2.2.3.PDF

Most residential customers would use the Green and Blue cable
The Power would depend on the electric strike (to be powered separately). Further, the strike also has NO and NC setting. So, the strike has to also be on NO setting
For commerical sites, some of them may use NC, so in that case, we still use electric strike but use the pink, NC cable to connect to it

It is possible to add cameras to the HIkvision IP intercom system. Follow the steps below:


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