VoIP Audio Entry Phone for IP PBX Integration, Hosted & On-Site – Call Button Option

£449.00

  • Description
  • FEATURES & PDF
  • RELAY
  • CERTIFIED
  • SENSOR CONFIG
  • SUPPORT
  • SET UP VIDS

Product Description

Outdoor VoIP secure entry phone designed for hosted or enterprise based IP-PBX integration. Ideal for construction sites or any End User application that requires SIP certified secure entry. There are four variations of the product. Call button only with or without video. Also a keypad option with our without video. This call button only VoIP audio intercom can place a call to a single telephone or form a hunt group.

Although the call button entry phone can only initiate a single call, if it forms a hunt group you can reach multiple IP, Landline, Soft and Mobile Phones. The end user would set the hunt group in a matter of minutes. 

SET UP SNAPSHOT

  1. Mount the SIP intercom to a Wall, Barrier or Gate
  2. Plug it into the network, POE Power is an option
  3. Press a button on the device and it will tell you its IP address
  4. You or the End Client set up a new user and extension on the VoIP system
  5. Access the Browser based GUI and register the device to the IP Phone System & extension you have created
  6. Configure the call out extension and any volume settings

THE ON-BOARD RELAY WHICH CONNECTS TO YOUR DOOR RELAY OR GATE CONTROLLER IS TRIGGERED BY THE REACHED TELEPHONE. IP, LANDLINE, MOBILE AND SOFT-PHONES CAN ALL BE THE RECEIVER.

TYPICAL APPLICATION: Most commonly deployed at external door entry points and very popular with automated gates and barriers. Any End client enterprise that wants to integrate secure access to their IP infrastructure & VoIP network. Its an endpoint on the existing and available architecture and no other parts are required. All other system parts have already been installed: The LAN, IP Phone System ( hosted or physical ), POE, IP Phones and Mobiles take the call and trigger the relay. There is no running software or even a CD. Auto IP addressed and will play its IP address over its speaker.

Made in America, sold from Manchester – A powerful and reliable product range that is as easy as setting up a new extension on the IP Phone system. VoIP Entry Phones, Public Address & all SIP endpoints carries direct certification for reliable SIP integration. Each POE enabled SIP endpoint is directly certified by around 38 IP Phone System manufacturers. These include Avaya, Broadsoft, Cisco, Mitel and many more. Any one of the 38 that are on the approved list have been on-board with interoperability and fully support integration and set-up.

PEER TO PEER ARCHITECTURE

Lets say you had an automated barrier and security office on site, you could set up a simple Point to Point configuration. You would connect the outdoor VoIP secure entry phone to the network with the option to power it on POE. Within the security office you could plug an IP Phone into the network. In the intercoms call button field you enter the ip address of the IP Phone. The intercom will call the IP Phone and the receiver can grant access through a pre-programmed relay code. Point to Point is for sites that dont have a VoIP Phone System or sites where multiple extension numbers are not needed to answer a call.

VOIP IS PRIMARY & THE MOST POWERFUL

A certified SIP endpoint and most powerful when used in its natural architecture. Very easy and quick to set up and configure. Create a new user and extension number on the phone system. Similar to if a new member of staff was starting. Log into the outdoor VoIP entry phones GUI and enter the “SIP” config. Then just simply register the entry phone to the extension number. It can now make and receive calls. The great thing about VoIP is you can configure the intercom to call a hunt group. Although the device can only initiate a single call, that call could form a hunt group and reach one of many IP Phones, Mobile Phones, Landlines & Soft-phones. You could even set up out of hour hunt groups and use the intelligence from the IP Phone system.

The below is an example of wall mounting using conduit. You can also Pedestal mount for gates and barriers.

Burgess Technologies is the Authorised Distributor for Cyberdata Corporation. We have over 6+ years experience in VoIP Secure Entry & Public Address

DATA SHEET PDF

FULL OPPS GUIDE

• SIP Enhanced interoperability for hosted environments
• CyberData has maintained one of the most comprehensive list of IP PBX servers certified to
work with CyberData
• SECURITY FEATURES:
• Support for security code access for SIP paging
• Autoprovisioning via HTTPS
• HTTPS web based configuration
• Support for G.722 codecs
• 802.11q VLAN tagging
• Configurable sense input for use with fault detection
• Configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring
• Optional direct connect RGB strobe kit connection
• 9 user-uploadable page messages
• Features
• Packaged in a NEMA 3/3x (IP55)-rated enclosure
• Dual-speed ethernet 10/100 Mbps
• Web-based configuration
• PoE 802.3at and 802.3af-enabled Line-in for background music
• Line-out connector
• DTMF controlled relay
• Direct 8 Ohm speaker drive
• User-uploadable tones and messages
• Digital and manual volume control
• Second SIP endpoint "Night Ringer"
• Autoprovisioning
• Auto-call voice message from input port sense Can support two horns
• HTTP Command Interface
• 10 channel prioritized Multicast ports
• Built-in diagnostics
• Delayed page support
• Cisco SRST

The device has a built-in relay that can be activated by a web configurable DTMF string that can be received from a VoIP phone supporting out of band (RFC2833) DTMF as well as a number of other triggering events. Practically all phones support RFC2833.

Typically for door access control the dry relay contacts on the intercoms PCB board trigger an external relay already in place. For automated gate and barrier access the N/O Normally Open contacts will drive a gate controller unit.

Every Manufacturer on this list has been "on-board" with CyberData to certify interoperability. If your phone system is on the list, its fully supported. If its not but it still conforms with the SIP protocol, it should work.

  • 8X8
  • 3CX
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Allworx’s
  • Alteva’s
  • Asterisk
  • Avaya
  • Broadsoft
  • Brekeke
  • Cisco
  • Clarity
  • Coredial
  • CudaTel
  • Elastix
  • eOn
  • Epygi
  • Fathom Voice (new)
  • Fonality
  • Grandstream
  • IPitomy
  • Microsoft-Lync
  • Mitel
  • NEC
  • Nortel
  • ONSIP
  • Panasonic
  • PingTone
  • iPECS – Ericsson-LG
  • Redcentric
  • Ring Central
  • Rival5
  • Sangoma
  • Schmooze
  • ShoreTel
  • Speakeasy
  • Swyx
  • TalkSwitch
  • Teliax
  • Toshiba
  • Vocalocity
  • Vodaplex
  • Vodia
  • XORCOM
  • Yeastar
  • Zultys

Each entry phone has 2 sensor settings. A Door Sensor (left open) and a Intrusion Sensor (tamper alert) feature.

The door sensor (pins 5 and 6) on the header can be used to monitor a door's open or closed state. There is an option on the Sensor page to trigger on an open or short condition on these pins. The door sensor alarm will be activated when the Door Open Timeout parameter has been met.

The intrusion sensor is an optical sensor installed on the Intercom board and will be activated when the Intercom is removed from the case.

Each sensor can trigger up to five different actions:

• Flash the LED until the sensor is deactivated (roughly 10 times/second)
• Activate the relay until the sensor is deactivated
• Loop an audio file out of the Intercom speaker until the sensor is deactivated
• Call an extension and establish two way audio
• Call an extension and play a pre-recorded audio file

Burgess Technologies does not install. We test and configure VoIP Intercoms in our workshop and we have set many up to hosted IP Phone Systems. We can fully support on any info regarding the CyberData intercom.

OTHER SUPPLIED HARDWARE: WE CAN NOT ADVISE ON SETTING UP THE ASSOCIATED TECHNOLOGY IT INTEGRATES TO. UNFORTUNATELY WE DO NOT SELL IP-PBX'S AND WE DO NOT SELL IP PHONES.

Thankfully the above never need really apply as 95% of the time the End Client already has the VoIP system and IP Phones in place. 

ELECTRICAL AND THE RELAY: We can not advise on external door access wiring beyond the intercoms PCB board. We can advise on what the intercom offers in the way of its relay board and contacts. Please see the relay TAB on this page. The Normally Open contacts usually directly trigger an automated gate or barrier controller. The same N/O outputs typically control the power of an external door relay already in place. There is lots of info on this in the opps guide PDF.

SECURE ENTRY & ACCESS CONTROL

SENSOR SET UP & NIGHT-RINGER