Loud Enviroment Ring Bell or Siren

This solution is designed for installation in large offices, workshops or factory areas with a high ambient noise level. This solution can been adapted to suit an individual's requirements.

In this solution our customer required the following: One telephone extension located in a busy & noisy garage workshop, handset needed to be durable and tough. Due the background noise of the garage the customer required a siren or bell to sound when the handset rang.

We installed the following:

  • Linksys PAP2T (configured as an extension on the VoIP PBX)
  • BT Elements Dect Cordless Phone (IP54, Weatherproof, Rugged)
  • Bedlam Loud Tonecaller (IP66, 105dBA)
  • REN Booster as the ATA did not provide enough ring voltage to power the Tonecaller

We originally attempted to attach the Tonecaller as a device attached to the ATA. Unfortunately the PAP2T along with most ATA's only produce a max ring voltage of 50v, the Tonecaller requires between 60-100v to function. A simple addition of the REN booster supplied enough power on ring for the Tonecaller to sound.

tonecallerinvoip.jpg


This solution is designed for installation in large offices, workshops or factory areas with a high ambient noise level. This solution can been adapted to suit an individual's requirements.

In this solution our customer required the following: One telephone extension located in a busy & noisy garage workshop, handset needed to be durable and tough. Due the background noise of the garage the customer required a siren or bell to sound when the handset rang.

We installed the following:

  • Linksys PAP2T (configured as an extension on the VoIP PBX)
  • BT Elements Dect Cordless Phone (IP54, Weatherproof, Rugged)
  • Bedlam Loud Tonecaller (IP66, 105dBA)
  • REN Booster as the ATA did not provide enough ring voltage to power the Tonecaller

We originally attempted to attach the Tonecaller as a device attached to the ATA. Unfortunately the PAP2T along with most ATA's only produce a max ring voltage of 50v, the Tonecaller requires between 60-100v to function. A simple addition of the REN booster supplied enough power on ring for the Tonecaller to sound.

tonecallerinvoip.jpg


Created by: steviec, Last modification: Wed 29 of Oct, 2008 (14:00 UTC)
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