Category: Cyberdata IP Paging

Cyberdata IP Paging Power over Ethernet mass notification devices are perfect in a variety of indoor or outdoor environments. Cyberdata IP PA devices provide an easy method for implementing IP-based one-way or two-way paging for VoIP Phone Systems.

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  • Cyberdata 011154 NTP Clock with V2 Ceiling Speaker Mounting Kit

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    • Easy wall or ceiling installation
    • Mounting kit included
    • Electrogalvinized steel construction
    • RoHS compliant
    • Keyhold for easy installation
    • Top and bottom cable channels
    • 2.3-inch sized digits
    • 12 or 24 hour format
    • NTP time source
    • Battery backed up real-time clock
    • Auto ambient light adjustment
    • Color: Signal White

     

  • Cyberdata 011376 SIP RGB (Multi-Color) Strobe

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    • SIP and Multicast activation
    • Night Ringer function – second SIP extension that can be configured with its own strobe scene
    • Door closure and tamper alert signals
    • TLS 1.2 (including mutual authentication) and SRTP enhanced security for IP Endpoints in a local or cloud-based environment
    • Autoprovisioning via HTTP, HTTPS, or TFTP
    • HTTPS or HTTP web-based configuration. HTTPS is enabled by default.
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status
    • 802.11q VLAN tagging
    • HTTP command interface
  • Cyberdata 011394 SIP Speaker with Talk-Back

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    • Talk-back capability can be enabled during provisioning or from the web page
    • Full duplex audio with configurable echo cancelling
    • Adaptive half duplex audio with configurable VOX (Voice-Operated Switch) settings
    • Half duplex push to talk audio from the far side using the phone’s keypad or from the Speaker side using CyberData’s Remote Call Button
    • Ambient noise compensation, where the device will measure the ambient sound level in the area and adjust the volume of the speaker accordingly
    • Audio health check to verify hardware functionality that can be scheduled or launched manually
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
    • Supports a Monitor Mode
  • Cyberdata 011398 SIP Talk Back Speaker

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    • Full-duplex (SIP) or half-duplex (push to talk)
    • Support for security code to prevent unwanted SIP calls
    • Optional red/green/blue/white strobe kit connection available
    • Autoprovisioning via HTTP, HTTPS, or TFTP
    • HTTPS or HTTP web based configuration. HTTPS is enabled by default.
    • 802.11q VLAN tagging
    • Configurable sense input for use with fault detection or with optional lighted button kit
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
    • Support for G.722 codecs
    • Powered via PoE (802.3AF or 802.3AT) or 24V auxiliary power supply (not included)
    • Enhanced interoperability for hosted environments
    • SIP (RFC 3261) compatible
    • Simultaneous SIP and multicast
    • Web-based configuration
    • Paging prioritization
    • Web-based firmware upgradeable
    • Plenum-rated enclosure
    • Autoprovisioning
    • High efficiency speaker driver
    • DTMF-controlled relay
    • Line-out connection
    • Network and manual speaker volume control Can drive one external analog speaker for greater coverage
    • User-uploadable ring and alert tones

  • Cyberdata 011446 Multicast VoIP Microphone

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    Cyberdata 011446 Multicast VoIP Microphone is a device that allows the user, while pressing the “Page” button, to broadcast a live or buffered announcements directly to VoIP audio endpoints that support Multicast. Cyberdata 011446 Multicast VoIP Microphone is perfect for immediate live paging in schools, retail stores and manufacturing environments. In an echo sensitive environment, the delayed page support allows the user to record a message while the page button is depressed. Once the page button is released, the page will be sent.

    • Multicast Transmit
    • Compatible with CyberData endpoints that receive multicast
    • Page to Multicast-enabled phones
    • Delayed page support (up to 60 seconds)
    • Web-based configuration and firmware upload
    • Autoprovision support
    • 12-inch flexible shaft microphone
    • Desktop Design
    • Wall mountable
  • Cyberdata 011457 SIP IP66 Horn Speaker

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    • Support for security code access for SIP paging
    • Autoprovisioning via HTTPS
    • HTTPS web-based configuration
    • HTTP Command Interface
    • 802.11q VLAN tagging
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
    • Sealed network cable gland
    • User-uploadable tones and up to 9 page messages
    • Digital volume control
    • Loud ringer function – second SIP extension
    • 10 channel prioritized Multicast ports
    • Built-in diagnostics
    • Delayed page support – buffer call
    • Cisco SRST

  • Cyberdata 011458 Ceiling Speaker

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    • Receives multicast messages
    • Supports audio prioritization for 10 multicast paging groups
    • Can receive pages directly from Poly phones as well as other devices that can send standard multicast
    • Supports delayed pages with buffered multicast
    • Network-adjustable speaker volume
    • High efficiency speaker driver
    • Small footprint
    • TLS security for autoprovisioning and web-based configuration
    • 802.11q VLAN tagging
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
    • User upgradeable firmware via web interface or autoprovisioning
  • Cyberdata 011487 Wall Mount Speaker

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    • Receives multicast messages
    • Supports audio prioritization for 10 multicast paging groups
    • Can receive pages directly from Poly phones as well as other devices that can send standard multicast
    • Supports delayed pages with buffered multicast
    • Network-adjustable speaker volume
    • High efficiency speaker driver
    • Small footprint
    • TLS security for autoprovisioning and web-based configuration
    • 802.11q VLAN tagging
    • Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
    • User upgradeable firmware via web interface or autoprovisioning