IP6000-2 DSL

Hands-Free Speaker Phone
The IP6000-2 (DSL) is an ADA compliant, hardened, vandal-resistant, full-duplex, intelligent hands-free emergency assistance phone that provides VoIP communications utilizing SIP.

IP6000-2 (DSL)  Cut sheet
IP6000-2(DSL)  A&E Specs

Description

The IP6000-2 is a rugged phone with a built-in DSL interface. Therefore, the IP6000-2 can be powered via a direct Ethernet connection or by DSL connection for longer distances. The DSL connection can power the phone at distances up to 1500 feet, whereas direct ethernet connection can power the phone at distances up to 328 feet.

The IP6000-2 is an ADA compliant, hardened, vandal-resistant, push-for-help emergency assistance phone that provides VoIP communications by utilizing SIP.  The IP6000-2’s front panel is stainless steel. Additionally, the speaker, button, and microphone are all sealed. As a result, the IP6000-2 has a very long product life.  Furthermore, the front panel provides assurance that vital calls will get through under the harshest of conditions.

The EmVista Maintenance Station can remotely supervise, test and program the IP6000-2. The IP6000-2 is programmable via a web browser as well.

  • Full Duplex
  •  Phone with Built-In DSL Interface
  • Hands-free
  • Wide Operating Temp. Range
  • 1.5” Metal “HELP” Button
  • Connects to POE by distances of up to 1500 Feet
  • 2 Visual Call Indications
  • Submersible Speaker
  • Metal Braille Plate
  • Background Noise Reduction Using DSP
  • Auxiliary Contact Closures
  • 3-Port IP Switch for Daisy Chaining
  • 2 Year Warranty