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Peripheral Devices for VoIP Telephone Systems
With broad adoption of VoIP phone systems in the corporate sector, VAR's and reseller are quickly beginning to move from analog paging systems to networked paging devices that are easily connected to existing IP networks with a single Ethernet cable connection.
When converting from an analog phone system to a VoIP phone system, the phone itself and a variety of peripherals need to be implemented to support a typical installation. In analog phone systems, peripherals such as paging speakers, signaling devices, and entry controls are widely available.
CyberData’s expertise in peripheral connectivity has enabled us to provide IP-based devices that serve the same function as those legacy analog devices. This expertise in peripheral connectivity naturally leads to the development and manufacturing of value added products for VoIP environments will allow:
- Legacy device connectivity that facilitates migration to VoIP.
CyberData's VoIP products include:
• Ceiling Speaker
Contact ABP to learn more about these Peripheral devices.
The SIP-enabled VoIP Ceiling Speaker is a Power-over-Ethernet (PoE 802.3af) and Voice-over-IP (VoIP) public address loudspeaker that easily connects into existing local area networks with a single cable connection. The speaker is compatible with most SIP-based IP PBX servers that comply with the SIP RFC 3261. The speaker is powered via a standard Ethernet Cat 5 cable - no external power supply is needed. Its small footprint and low height allows the speaker to be discretely mounted almost anywhere.
The SIP-enabled VoIP Loudspeaker Amplifier provides an easy method for implementing an IP-based overhead paging system. The Amplifier is designed for noisy environments such as warehouses and shop floors. It comes with a moisture-proof NEMA enclosure. The interface is compatible with most SIP-based IP PBX servers that comply with the SIP RFC 3261. Power-over-Ethernet (802.3af) and a wireless option are available.
The VoIP Paging Gateway enables access to existing paging speakers through a VoIP phone system. The interface is designed to use an existing analog zone controller with a TAM interface and supports paging up to 99 zones from a VoIP phone. The gateway has an FXO port that connects to the FXS port on the zone controller.
The VoIP Paging Server enables users to create paging zones for CyberData paging speakers in a VoIP phone network. The Webbased configuration tool provides a graphical user interface to select individual speakers for paging zones in a SIP environment.
The VoIP Zone Controller with 4-Port Audio-Out enables access to existing analog paging systems through a SIPbased VoIP phone system. The four audio outputs connect to a standard paging amplifier with audio inputs and supports up to 15 paging zones from a VoIP phone.
The Power Injector eliminates the need for a PoE enabled hub. In a typical installation, the Power Injector is connected between a non-PoE hub and a CyberData paging device, providing inline power capability to an Ethernet Cat 5 cable.
SIP (RFC 3261) compatible
Dual-Speed Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Web-based firmware upgradeable
External volume control
PoE 802.3af Enabled (optional in some devices)