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The IP6000 is an emergency call box with a dialless VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) telephone, designed to be usable by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This emergency alert system can be used with or without a monitoring service. Its full-duplex emergency phone provides VoIP communications utilizing SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). The unit has a rugged front panel made from 12 gauge brushed stainless steel, with a sealed speaker, microphone and activation button (help button). The system operates in a temperature range of minus 228 degrees Fahrenheit to 1408 degrees Fahrenheit. The system can be programmed via a web browser or remotely supervised, tested and programmed using an Emcom Systems EmVista Maintenance Station. Background noise is reduced using a digital signal processor (DSP). Other features include two visual call indicators, a submersible speaker, a metal Braille plate, and a 3-port IP Switch for daisy chaining with other stations. POWER: Uses 9 to 54 Volt direct current (DC), 48 Volt DC POE, or 110-240 Volt alternating current (AC) at 50-60 Hz; and full volume is 3.4 watts. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 11.75 x 8.5 x 3.5 inches. Panel is 0.102 inch thick. Help button diameter is 1.5 inches. WEIGHT: 8 pounds. WARRANTY: 2 year warranty.
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