Emcom EndPoints

Designed to facilitate a natural migration from analog telephony to digital emergency communications, Emcom endpoints are rugged, ADA compliant, hardened, vandal-resistant, full-duplex, intelligent emergency assistance phones that provide VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) communications utilizing SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). The rugged stainless steel front panel with sealed speaker, microphone and activation button ensures long product life and provides assurance that vital calls will get through under the harshest of conditions. Emcom digital endpoints can be programmed via a web browser or remotely supervised, tested and programmed using an Emcom Systems’ EmVista Maintenance Station.

Emcom endpoints come in a variety of configurations including handsfree and handset models, and are designed specifically to provide reliable, fault-tolerant connection to emergency assistance resources. The IP6000 line of systems have their own phonebook which may be programmed to connect with a variety of other devices such as:

  • VoIP telephones
  • Analog telephones (through gateways)
  • The Public Switched Telephone Network
  • PBXs
  • The EmVista Central call management and conferencing system

Emcom endpoints utilize DSP (Digital Signal Processing) to manage audio levels and can be set for normal, echo prone or noisy environments. The environment settings and volume levels are remotely programmable. These units can be powered from AC, from DC sources of 12 to 48 Volts and is compatible with POE (Power over Ethernet).

Features found in the Emcom family of endpoints include:

  • Full duplex audio
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • 1.5” Metal “HELP” Button
  • 2 Visual Call Indicators - “Calling” and “Received” - for the color blind
  • Submersible speaker
  • Metal braille plate
  • Background noise reduction using DSP
  • Remote programming and volume adjust via web browser or EmVista maintenance
  • Auxiliary contact closures
  • 3 Port IP switch for daisy chaining
  • 2 year warranty