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IP Office interface to a Rauland Telecenter 6000

IP Office interface to a Rauland Telecenter 6000

IP Office interface to a Rauland Telecenter 6000

thread940-1786719: Paging Zone short code

I have an IP Office currently interfaced via a trunk port on our system to the Rauland station port. It works well, however, I want to make an emergency page interface. I am having no luck. There is no documentation available on the Rauland system, and the dealer that installed it is MIA when it comes to "small" requests. I am looking for a MIC input, music input, or line level input that I can connect an IP paging interface to. Found an older thread that is basically the same thing as what I need, but this is a Rauland. Anyone??

RE: IP Office interface to a Rauland Telecenter 6000

Rauland has their products pretty well locked down - can't find schematics or manuals anywhere.
However, it is going to have a microphone input, with a push to talk switch. Use a single line station port, program it as a paging port. Next you need a matching transformer, and a VOX activated relay. For off the shelf parts, use a Viking AIB-1 Audio Isolation Board and FXI-1A paging interface.

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