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Visual Ringers

Visual Ringers

Visual Ringers

Can anybody suggest a good make and model of a light that flashes upon ring voltage. (panasonic kxtd1232, need 2 flashers, 1 for department A, 1 for department B) When a call gets transferred to the appropriate light (analog extension actually) that particular department will just hit their programmed pickup key for said light.
I just can't remember what they are actually called and any good makes and models of them.

Thanx for any suggestions

RE: Visual Ringers

Forgot to mention, ceiling tile type installation if possible

RE: Visual Ringers

silly question time why not just put a phantom buttons
that don't ring on for  each department member?

RE: Visual Ringers

They have phantom buttons now but customer is not liking them for  some reason

RE: Visual Ringers

Viking Electronics makes some visual indicators. Their website is: VIKINGELECTRONICS.COM

Hope this helps!


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