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When would a Landline be an appropriate communication solution?
  •  It is a good solution when the emergency phones will be installed near an existing Landline
  • This solution may be more cost effective to install and maintain than other technologies
  • The emergency phone can be connected to the current PBX system or use a dedicated POTS line
  • The lLandline phone uses the "physical" communication method of communicating through a cable/wire
  • A Landline is used to increase the security of communications since a call cannot be intercepted without physical access to the line

Key Features:

  • Built-in Consolidator Feature (10 phones on one phone line)
  • Allow mulitple phones to speak to emergency personnel
  • Personnel communicate with single caller, multiple callers (conference call mode) or broadcast message to all phones (paging mode) all with keypad entry
  • All modes accessed without hanging up
  • Built-in feature using onboard software, no costly equipment necessary

SmartPhone 6 Speaker Phone Technology:

  • Location message
  • Weatherproof speaker and microphone
  • 5 number calling capability (up to 31 digits in each number)
  • Adjustable speaker and microphone levels
  • Remote or on-site programmable
  • 2-way hands-free communication
  • Operating temperature of between - 40° F to +150° (-40° C to +65° C)
  • Non-volatile EEPROM programming, maintained during power outage
  • Programmable password
  • Two output relays
  • Two button speakerphone: 1 for emergency and 1 for information
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