IP-A1 Series

IP-A1AF IP Audio Interface

IP-A1AF IP Audio Interface

IP-A1AF

The IP-A1AF is a PoE-powered Audio Interface that decodes IP audio streams into analog audio signals. It equipped itself with a built-in 15 W amplifier to drive low-impedance speaker(s) and internal storage, onto which can store up to 20 audio files. Analog audio and control outputs can also be connected to an external amplifier. It supports SIP protocol for integrations with VoIP devices, and its 20 multicast ports are available for group paging operations. It can also receive broadcasts from Video Management Systems (VMS) via ONVIF backchannel. Device control and further system integration is accessed through remote API (HTTP) or local control inputs. 

IP-A1SC15 IP Horn Speaker

IP-A1SC15 IP Horn Speaker

IP-A1SC15

The IP-A1SC15 is an IP paging horn speaker. It delivers clear announcements via network with 124dB output capability powered by PoE+ power source. Its rugged enclosure is IP66 rated for outdoor environment. The IP-A1SC15 IP horn speaker supports common network protocols for easy integrations with Video Management Systems as well as other SIP-compatible VoIP systems and devices. Group paging function is available with 10 Multicast ports for zone paging requirements. Internal sound source file storage allows storing of pre-recorded messages which can be played back by 2 control inputs or Remote API (HTTP).

IP-A1PG IP Paging Gateway

IP-A1PG IP Paging Gateway

IP-A1PG

The IP-A1PG is a PoE-powered Gateway Unit that integrates multiple IP Audio devices by converting the SIP voice or ONVIF Backchannel audio into multicast audio streaming. It can also transmit built-in sound source or input audio as multicast audio streaming. Moreoverm the event broadcasting triggered by control input or remote API (HTTP) as well as the command set that sends multiple HTTP commands simultaneously are also available.

IP-A1PC238 IP Ceiling Speaker

IP-A1PC238 IP Ceiling Speaker

IP-A1PC238

The IP-A1PC238 is a PoE-powered Ceiling Speaker with a built-in 8W amplifier and internal data storage for up to 20 audio files. It supports SIP protocol for flexible integrations with VoIP devices, and its 20 multicast ports are available for group paging operations. It can also receive broadcasts from Video Management System (VMS) via ONVIF audio backchannel. Device control and further system integration is accessed through remote API (HTTP) or local control inputs.

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