The ECPIR-3P is an call panel developed for Console/Desk or Wall mounting and used with either SIP, Pulse, AlphaCom or Exigo systems. The access panel features three fully
programmable buttons and a PTT button that can be used to manually select station locations, zones, initiate fire alarms, gas alarms, or any other action in the Exigo system
- Network access panel for console mounting
- Compatible with AlphaCom and Exigo systems
- SIP/VoIP functionality for use with 3rd-party systems
- Advanced call handling in Pulse systems
- DSP for acoustic signal processing
- Communication and Power over Ethernet
- Three programmable buttons with individual labels and status indicators
- Separate PTT button
- LED Indicators for power, call, and fault
- For single or dual systems (A-B systems)
- Supports handheld and gooseneck microphones
- Supports up to four EMBDR-8 expansion modules
3 Button Desk/Wall Panel
The ECPIR-3P is an access panel developed for Console/Desk or Wall mounting and used with either SIP, Pulse, AlphaCom or Exigo systems. The access panel features three fully
programmable buttons and a PTT button that can be used to manually select zones, initiate fire alarms, gas alarms, or any other action in the Exigo system.
The access panel can be used with either a handheld PTT microphone or a gooseneck microphone, allowing an operator to make announcements in the Exigo PA/GA system.
Automatic gain control and digital audio processing can be used to handle noisy and challenging environments when necessary.
The access panel is fully digital, and connects to the SIP, Pulse, AlphaCom or Exigo system over standard Ethernet network cabling. Two monitored Ethernet ports are
available in order to facilitate redundant cabling and connection to both the A and B system.
LED indicators on the access panel show the status of the power supply and call activity, and whether a fault is present in the system. The fault indicator can also be
designated to only show faults on the access panel itself. Each of the access panel’s buttons features two independent indicators that show the status of the button’s
|Dimensions (HxWxD):||144 x 96 x 41.5 mm|
|Mounting:||Flush mount, in-console, desktop or on-wall (requires optional back box EMBR-1)
|Operating temperature:||-10 °C to +60 °C|
|Operating humidity:||10% to 95% (non-condensing)|
|Storage temperature:||40°C to +70°C
|Storage humidity:||10% to 95% (non-condensing)
|Air pressure:||600 hPa to 1300 hPa
|PoE||2 x RJ45, Mode A (in-line) or Mode B (spare pair)|
|Nominal voltage:||According to IEEE 802.3af, class 0|
|Auxiliary DC power:||VNOM = 24 VDC, VMIN = 16 VDC, VMAX = 48 VDC|
|Power consumption:||PNOM ≤ 2 W (idle), PMAX = 8 W|
|Digital inputs/outputs||6 (configurable input/output/LED-driving)|
|Relay outputs||2 (250VAC/200VDC, 2A, 60W, 10^8 operations)|
|Pluggable microphone input||1 x balanced|
|Frequency response:||80 Hz – 19 kHz|
|Nominal input level:||1 mVRMS – 100 mVRMS|
|SNR:||> 80 dB|
|CMRR:||> 45 dB|
|Input impedance:||1 kW|
|Input range:||10 mVRMS – 1 VRMS|
Networking and Protocols
|Ethernet||2 x RJ45, 10BASE-TX, 100BASE-TX , Auto negotiation, Auto MDIX|
|Protocols||IPv4 (with DiffServ), SIP, TCP, UDP, HTTPS, TFTP, RTP, SRTP, DHCP, SNMP, Vingtor-Stentofon CCoIP® , NTP|
|LAN protocols||Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3 a-f) Network Access Control (IEEE 802.1x)|
|Management and operation||HTTP/HTTPS (Web configuration), DHCP and static IP + Vingtor-Stentofon Pulse™, Remote automatic software
upgrade, Centralized monitoring
|Advanced supervision functions||E.g. network test, tone test, status reports (only in AlphaCom)|
|SIP support||RFC 3261 (SIP base standard) RFC 3515 (SIP refer) RFC 2976 (SIP info), SIP using TLS, RFC 5630 SIPS URI
|DTMF support||RFC 2833, 2976 (SIP info)|
|Immunity:||EN 60945, EN 50130-4, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 55103-2, FCC-47 part 15B|
|Emissions:||EN 60945, EN 50130-4, EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-4, EN 55103-1, FCC-47 part 15B|
|Safety:||UL 60950-1, cUL 60950-1, CB to IEC 60950-1|
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