Haakili Logo located at the top of the page. Design includes a human eye, to represent security and the words,  Haakili Security Video Intercom, The Video Surveillance Specialists.
  • Image of the Haakili M741MB, glossy black monitor. It shows a young lady, and the operational buttons around the outside of the screen. This is a 7 inch screen from Haakili.
  • Haakili C543 door station, shown in brushed alluminium alloy, the camera and IR LEDs. There is a large call button at the bottom.
  • Image of the Haakili M741W, glossy white monitor. It shows a young lady, and the operational buttons under the 7 inch screen from Haakili.
  • Haakili C541KP door station, shown in brushed stainless steel, the camera and IR LEDs. There is a call button and 12 programmable buttons on the front face.

M741W Intercom Monitors

The Author for this Article is :- Logan Brinsmead
Written on the :- 01/01/2020

Image of the Haakili M741MB, glossy black monitor. It shows a young lady, and the operational buttons around the  outside of the screen. This is a 7 inch screen from Haakili.Image of the Haakili M741MB, glossy black monitor. It shows a young lady, and the operational buttons around the  outside of the screen. This is a 7 inch screen from Haakili.

These Haakili M741W have a great visual appearance on your wall at home, office or anywhere you require, audio and video control of your front door.

This model of Haakili comes in a glossy white face and does not have the built in memory. The 7 the 741 represents this is a 7" colour monitor for good distance viewing. The 4 is that this model requires four wires for it the run correctly. The W is for it is white in colour.

This model will accept most Haakili door stations as long as they are the 4 wire setup. So ask this question before you purchase a door station for this Haakili M741W.


This Monitor Station does not have built-in memory. It has a built in touch panel for ease of use. The required power supply for this unit is a 12-16Volt DC 1Amp plug pack, which is supplied with the Monitor Station from new. The resolution of the 7 inch screen is 1440px x 234px. The monitor is controlled via a 4 wire system and uses polarity. It is a analogue video monitor, so the camera or door station that is attached must be 1Volt peak to peak at 75ohms, it is CCIR standard. The over all dimensions for the M741W is 160mm(H) x 245mm(W) x 20mm(D).


This Monitor Station has built-in volume control also the brightness can be adjusted. The system is hands free to carry out your conversation with the person at the door station, four monitors can be connected up within the one system. Also two door stations maybe connected as well. A single press of a button can bring up the images from the units front door station's camera. To unlock the front door the system will need to be fitted with an electric door strike, then it is only a matter of a single press of a button from this monitor to unlock the door. This Monitor Station is Flush Mounted to the surface, and easy installation. The Monitor Station is suitable for home and small villa usage.

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33 comments on “M741W Intercom Monitors”

  1. Hi, I can hear the door bell on the M741W intercom, and can hear the person at the front door talking, but the person cannot hear me talk back to them. Any ideas?

    1. The audio wire must be intact then.
      I'm thinking that the issue is with
      the speaker at the Door Station. You
      may need to replace the Door Station.

  2. Hi there! We recently moved into a house with this product installed but it doesn't seem to work. The door bell doesn't make a chime nor does the control panel show any images. Is there a user manual available online? Any suggestions on what the issue/s might be with the unit? Thanks!

  3. Is the M741W Intercom Monitor able to have an extension installed so that a bell is heard in other area of the house other than were the monitor is located.

    1. There are no standard products that will you allow you to have this done! You tap into the piezo circuit, and run an extension to a location that better suits your installation. Also you could purchase another monitor station and have it wired up through the loop circuit, that way both audio and video can be seen in other location within the house.

  4. Our haakili doorbell is making beeping sounds intermittently in the middle of the night. It makes single beeps as if someone is viewing the camera every half hour then sometimes a series of tones that are high pitched the low pitched that last about a second or so. Have not seen any power interruptions when it is doing this. Any suggestions what could be causing this?

    1. Hi Brad, we have found that cabling can cause this issue.
      Please check all connection and make sure they are sound
      and clean. Also check the voltage being supplied by the
      power supply. check this at the connection in the back of
      the monitor station. Also make sure that the door bell
      button located on the door station is not sticking in on
      the depressed position!

  5. Hi,
    I have this installed and when the intercom button is pressed outside both internal units don’t show the image, just a blue screen. This just started happening. What can we do to fix it?

    1. Hi Tania, thank you for your post. This issue maybe caused by
      either a faulty camera within the door station or it maybe
      just a faulty connected for the video signal from the door station
      to the monitor stations.
      You should check the wiring that comes from the door station all
      the way down to either of the monitors! The video stream comes
      across on one of these wires, but check them all.
      As Haakili no longer exists you may need to check for another supplier
      for the door monitor! The Haakili product changed names to DigiGuard
      so look up that name as well. There maybe a retailer that could help you out!

  6. Hi I have recently moved into a place with M741W system.
    I notice that the blue LED backlight is constantly on.
    Is there any way I can disable the blue LED backlights?
    Thank you for your help.

    1. Hi Joel, Sorry there is no way to disable this
      back lite blue light.
      If you are the current owner of the intercom.
      You could open the monitor station up and
      disconnect the LED. but this means opening it up
      and un-solder the LED. This is the only option
      You would have.

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  10. We've got a Haakili M741 Intercom to 3 outlets at the entry, kitchen (master unit), and upstairs. The unit just stopped working. The upstairs unit's red light (on the LHS) is off completely. Nothing is working. Any advice would be appreciated.

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  13. Hi had a haakilli intercom fitted 3 weeks ago by gea they can't get rid of the interference off the monitor picture. Do you have any suggestions they have changed the power supply and ran new cable between the 2 units.

    1. Hi Freddydog,

      I'm unsure who GEA is, but they would have purchased your Haakili intercom from the sole Australian wholesaler for this product.

      One of the biggest problems that we are seeing, is that installers do not use coax cable for the Video transmission from the door station to the monitor station.

      Ask GEA if they used a dedicated coax RG59U cable for the video and Figure 8 for the power and earth. My thoughts are that they have not!

      I hope this helps.

    2. I can't see anywhere on the installation manual stating the need for coax cable.

    3. Hi Shaun,

      The reason that coax should be used is to reduce to interference and ghosting that you can get within a 75 Ohm 1.0Volt video signal.

      The fact that you are getting interference is the reason why it is suggested to use coax. The system works on an analogue signal that can be interfered with by other RF signals. These RF signals can be caused by your existing Cat 5 cable running to close a an AC power cable like the TPS cable used to run 240Volts!

      Even the coax will still have issues with RF, and that is why even coax should not be ran to close to high voltage AC cables. But your installer should be fully aware of these issues!

      The interference could also be an issue with the door station and or the monitor station. Has your installer tried to diagnose by eliminating possibilities, that maybe causing your issue? He could send a video signal down the video line (cat 5) from the door station end to see if the interference is still there, at the monitor station! He could also use a test monitor at the monitor station end to test the signal from the door station. That way you can eliminate either the door station or the monitor station.

      Of cause if the interference is still there after doing both of the above, then it is your cable!

      If your installer does find that either the door station or monitor station is at fault, have him replace it. If it is under 12 months old there should not be an issue.

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  17. Hi there,
    we had recently installed haakili m741w intercom system and than we had installed electric striker for my pedestrian gate but we can't open the door from the intercomm system.I called the person who had installed the security system and he said that you need more power for your striker.I had installed the fermax brand striker w80116. Please let me know whats the solution for this

    1. I have experienced where installers do not install a dedicated 12 Volt power Supply to power the door strike. They actually use the power from the monitor station. Also the wiring maybe incorrect. There are two contacts on your door station, these contacts are the power switch for your strike. The dedicated power supply needs to be wired as per instruction through these two contacts. You say that the strike is located in the pedestrian gate but then say you can't open the door from the intercom. Can you please clear this up as to how the system is all connected?