Special Function Units

Special Function Units

Telephone Interface Unit

Telephone Interface Unit

N-8000AL

The N-8000AL is a Telephone interface unit designed for use with TOA's packet intercom system (IP network-compatible intercom system) that employs the packet audio technology. It has a single telephone line interface, allowing an analog telephone to be connected. Connecting the unit to the LAN permits the analog telephone to be operated in the same manner as the intercom master station. It can be mounted in an EIA equipment rack (1U size) with the use of an optional rack mounting bracket or installed on a wall using an optional wall mounting bracket.

Audio Interface Unit

Audio Interface Unit

N-8000AF

The N-8000AF provides either an analog audio input/output bridge to the N-8000 system, a bell schedule generator with internal tones, or record functionality for archival purposes. It can also function as the system master clock, with sync to contact closure or NTP server as required. When used as an analog audio bridge to the N-8000 intercom system, it accepts one mic or line level input which can be broadcast to any paging zone or station on the system. One line-level output is provided, with eight contact closure inputs and eight contact closure outputs. Contact closures may be synchronized with a paging event. When used as a bell schedule generator, the N-8000AF provides 16 schedules with 64 events per schedule. Five internal tones are available, with the option to trigger up to four external paging sources. When used as for recording it provides an analog audio output and contact closure control for external recording devices to record pages, announcements, and conversations. Rack mount kit not included. Use TOA MB-15B-BK (one unit per rack space) or MB-15B-J (two units per rack space)

C/O Interface Unit

C/O Interface Unit

N-8000CO

The N-8000CO is a C/O interface unit designed for use with TOA's packet intercom system (IP network-compatible intercom system) that employs the packet audio technology. It has an analog central office line circuit, allowing the intercom station to make and receive calls to and from the telephone line. Connecting the unit to the LAN permits paging calls through analog subscriber line to be made and the equipment connected to the N-8000MI and N-8000DI to be controlled. It can be mounted in an EIA equipment rack (1U size) with the use of an optional rack mounting bracket or installed on a wall using an optional wall mounting bracket. Rack mount kit not included. Use TOA MB-15B-BK (one unit per rack space) or MB-15B-J (two units per rack space)

Direct Select Unit

Direct Select Unit

N-8000DI

The N-8000DI is a Direct select unit designed for use with TOA's packet intercom system (IP network-compatible intercom system) that employs the packet audio technology. It is equipped with each 32 contact inputs and outputs, and the indicators on the front panel indicate the output statuses. Connecting the unit to the LAN permits the calling station display, external equipment control, and direct selection function to be realized. It can be mounted in an EIA equipment rack (1U size) with the use of an accessory rack mounting bracket or installed on a wall using an optional wall mounting bracket. Rack mount and wall mount hardware included.

Multi-Interface (BGM, TEL, EXES, Control I/O)

Multi-Interface (BGM, TEL, EXES, Control I/O)

N-8000MI

The N-8000MI is a multisource interface for the N-8000 intercom system. When used as an analog audio bridge to the N-8000 intercom system, it accepts two line-level inputs which can be broadcast to any paging zone or station on the system. Two line-level outputs are provided, with sixteen contact closure inputs and sixteen relay outputs. Contact closures may be synchronized with a paging event, linked to contact closure inputs, be triggered by a station call, be triggered by IP control or a master station, or be triggered by a fault in the network or a 2-wire (N-8000EX/N-8010EX) line fault for 24/7 supervision. Rack mount and wall mount hardware included

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