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external ringer on td1232-7

external ringer on td1232-7

external ringer on td1232-7

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I just setup a new td1232-7 and used tvs100 and it is up and running. I am pretty new to this and have gone through all 27 pages of this forum and have not found any discussion on installing an external ring.

I want to run it during non office hours to alert the supervisor on the floor.

My specfic questions is how do I wire it to the td1232? Do I use a ext, the analog side, or is there some other recommeded way of doing it so I do not waste an ext.

RE: external ringer on td1232-7

You can use a viking PA-2A Multi-Line Loud Ringer/ Paging Amplifier .  You can also use the unit for paging. Just use one of the XDP Port and set your line ringer Day 603/Night604.  WWW.Vikingelectronics.com

RE: external ringer on td1232-7

yes put your external ringer on an analog ext

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