DESCRIPTION ITEM NO.
RCM: AS/NZS CISPR 32 Australian communications:AS/CA S004
VoIP SIP2.0 telephone DTMF dialing Audio Codes:G.711, G.723,G.726, G.729
MTBF:100000hours MTTR: 2 hours Network:10/100 BaseTX Ethernet, RJ45
Free dial (maximum length of each number is 16 digits) connectors, Cat5e or better
Communication: Full duplex 2-way handset IP Protocols:IPv4, TCP, UDP , RTP, DHCP, SIP
communication 1 x LAN Protocols:Power over
Call Control Signaling:VOIP SIP Info(DTMF), RFC Ethernet(PoE,802.3af),
2833(DTMF) 1x LAN(IEEE 802.3af), Network Access
Power:Power over Ethernet, IEEE802.3af, Class 0 Control(IEEE 802.1x),STP(IEEE 802.1d),
Local power, 12VDc,Idle 2W, Max 10W RSTP(IEEE 802.1d-2004)
Auxiliary Contacts: (option) Programming:Non-volatile flash memory
1 Aux Output, dry contac programming and configuration through Web GUI
Contact Ratings. Load: Resistive load Management and Operation:DHCP and static IP,
Rated load:0.3 A at 125 VAC; 1 A at 30 VDC remote automatic software upgrade, centralized
Rated carry current:1A monitoring.
Max.switching voltage:125 VAC,60VDC Echo cancellation code:G.167/G.168
|Model number||Power Supply||Item Number|
|KNSP-19 -IP-Y_ADP||DC12V 1A +POE||SP0190182|
The emergency outstation telephone is used in the outdoor of the chemical plant as a communication device for emergency communication and alarm functions, and is usually placed on the roadside by wall-mounted or with a column.