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IP Office Analog Ringing Voltage

IP Office Analog Ringing Voltage

IP Office Analog Ringing Voltage

Help... Existing night chime on page pack seems to require 90v AC RMS to pull chime.  Ip Office appears to only present 40V AC RMS.  Has Anybody cracked the code on how to get this voltage to normal analog specs?

RE: IP Office Analog Ringing Voltage

I haven't run into this on IPO yet, but doesn't surprise me - pretty standard for Avaya.  I had to engineer a ringer relay circuit for a Magix customer that would toggle a relay every time it detected ringing, even the low volt ringing the 016 card provides, then use that to activate night ringing on a bogen amp via the relay input.  I could send you the circuit if you like.

Peter Sherwood

RE: IP Office Analog Ringing Voltage

Thanks Guys.  I am trying to assemble a relay per your suggestions.  I appreciate your help.  Hopefully this will do the trick.  Thanks!

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