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reccomendations ?

reccomendations ?

reccomendations ?

multimode fiber between two points, needing to get 1 pots circuit, 4 audio & 1 or More straight contact closure over straight multimode fiber or POE Ethernet
this should all run in a standard 19" rack, normal 120v power

RE: reccomendations ?

I'd make your fiber into Ethernet then use FXO/FXS such as multitech for POTS, any number of contact closure over Ethernet for contacts. Audio needs more definition - type of audio or fidelity requirements. Is there more to this as it's fairly straight-forward...

RE: reccomendations ?

the audio is pretty straight, 600 ohm,

RE: reccomendations ?

I would look into Valcom for the audio.

jeff moss

RE: reccomendations ?

I have looked up the valcom solution, I also have one I am looking at from a company called tc communications,

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