Viking Electronics SR-IP SIP-Enabled Loud Ringer
The SR-IP is a SIP compliant PoE powered audio device for providing audible and visual ring indication for SIP VoIP phone systems.
Viking Electronics, a designer and manufacturer of communication and security products, releases the SR-IP, a Voice-over-IP SIP loud ringer and visual indication device, complete with four traditional ringing sounds and doorbell tones.
The device works over hosted and on-premise VoIP SIP phone systems. Its loud ring or door chime sound (which can be up to 93 dB SPL) is activated by an incoming call. Users simply set the ring volume and choose a tone using Viking’s PC-based software that can be downloaded from VikingElectronics.com.
The SR-IP has a single RJ-45 network connection and acts as a third-party SIP endpoint device. It can be programmed to activate when a specific number is called to notify a floating employee, or users can add the SR-IP into a call group to announce an incoming call after hours to a manager.
For noisy locations or applications requiring visual indication, the SR-IP comes with a 2 Amp SPDT relay that can trigger Viking models BLK-4 and SL-2 strobe lights, or trip additional loud ringers such as the SR-1.
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The SR-IP is a SIP compliant PoE powered audio device for providing audible and visual ring indication for SIP VoIP phone systems. When registered with a SIP server, the SR-IP will ring in one of 4 programmable ring patterns and flash a bright red LED upon ring detection. During ring detection, the units internal relay contacts will also activate providing a trigger for a Viking Model SL -2 Strobe light or LPL-1 visual ring indicator. Equipped with a
Equipped with a high-efficiency Class D power amplifier and high-quality loud speaker, the SR-IP is typically louder than a telephone speaker. The advanced features of the SR-IP include programmable Automatic Gain Control (AGC) technology which automatically increases ring volume to compensate for moderate background ambient noise. The AGC feature is ideal for variable noise environments (offices, classrooms, restaurants, etc.), and ensures that ringing is heard but not unnecessarily loud.