Cyberdata SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifier (011579)
The Cyberdata 011579 SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifier is an economic, analog/IP hybrid paging solution, which can be used with existing 70V, 25V, and constant voltage speakers, as well as Cyberdata multicast endpoints. The Amplifier is compatible with Poly phones, and has a built-in calendar-scheduler to send bells and pre-recorded messages to multiple multicast zones or a single analog zone. Expanding analog zones requires more SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifiers.
For more information, please see the Cyberdata SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifier Datasheet
Cyberdata SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifier Features
- Supports one analog zone with hundreds* of 25V or 70V speakers/horns with a single home run cable to the Amplifier.
- Calendar based bell scheduler
- Support for security code to prevent unwanted paging access
- Supports 100 DTMF controlled paging groups, that can transmit audio via multicast and the single analog channel
- Can page to unlimited endpoints that are enabled to receive multicast or Poly pages on any Poly channel
- Can receive pages directly from Poly phones as well as other devices that can send standard multicast
- Supports call-in stored message recording
- Paging prioritization
- Loud/Night Ringer function - second SIP extension
- Supports delayed pages, i.e. call buffering
- Supports multiple user accounts
- Master analog volume adjustment via web interface or front panel LCD controls
- Fault sense input
- Line-in for background music
- NTP-based internal clock with battery back-up
- LCD display for monitoring device status, configuration and diagnostics
- Configurable alerts for amplifier temperature threshold, protection, and recovery modes.
- 19-inch rack mountable with removable rack ears
- TLS 1.2 and SRTP enhanced security for IP Endpoints in a local or cloud-based environment
- HTTPS web based configuration
- Support for Cisco SRST resiliency
- Autoprovisioning via HTTPS, HTTP or TFTP
- Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
- 802.11q VLAN tagging
* Number of speakers supported will depend on the tap setting and the baseline voltage in your typical configuration.
Continuous power output is up to 392W when in 70V mode and 160W when in 25V mode.