Viking’s VoIP panel phone with built-in entry system includes a keypad, auto dialer and relay control. It can autodial a phone number each time the handset is lifted, be used as a multinumber autodialer or be used as a standard manual dial phone. It can dial up to 250 programmable numbers and another 250 rollover numbers.
Viking’s IP talk-back speaker enables two-way conversations over SIP, standard paging and background music using multicast. It connects with a Cat5/6 cable from the PoE switch. An auxiliary switch input allows a hard wired button to initiate a standard or emergency SIP call. It is available in two housings: model 22TB-IP, a 2-by-2-ft. ceiling tile and model 40TB-IP, an 11-in....
Viking’s K-1500-E emergency/elevator phone provides handset emergency communication. It can be connected directly to a CO line or analog PABX/KSU station. Its components conform to industry-set standards and are mounted on a formed aluminum panel, finished in red powder paint. It is powered through the phone line, does not have dial pads and has a hearing-aid-compatible handset with volume control.
Viking’s K-1275 series apartment entry phone has 12-button speed dial with 12 rollover numbers, integrated relays for door strike and camera control, a built-in analog camera and a built-in proximity reader. It has a heavy-duty marine-grade stainless steel faceplate and a sealed metal keypad. Users can choose an analog or VoIP interface.
9 Panel phone Viking’s K-1900-7-IP vandal-resistant, VoIP, SIP hotline phone can call a specific number when the phone is taken off-hook or when a touchtone command is entered by the called party, establishing two-way communication. Up to four additional numbers can be dialed in a roll-over sequence.