The IX-SSA is a flush mount IP addressable door station. It is weather resistant (IP65) and connects to the network using Cat-5e/6 cable. It is SIP compliant and can be used with or without other IX Series stations. Audio can be captured on a micro SD card. The station can be programmed to call up to 20 different stations with 3 different call levels to choose from. The station has a 600? output that can be used for paging or communication. There are 2 contact outputs that can be programmed to trigger during door release, when the 600? output is used, or based on the status of the station. There are 6 inputs that can be used to trigger an outgoing call or answer a call/page. Sound files can be uploaded for custom messages to be played during certain functions (door release, call placed, communication start, error message). The stations have audible and visual indications for calling, communication, and door release
SIP 2.0 Compliant
Illuminated call button indicator
Slot for micro SD card (not provided by Aiphone)
Weather and vandal resistant (IP65)
2 contact outputs
6 trigger inputs
802.3af PoE compliant
RJ45 in/out with PoE pass through (802.3at Type 2 PoE+)
Name: Aiphone IX-SSA IP Audio Door Station, SIP Compatible, Vandal Resistant, Stainless Steel, Aiphone Co., Ltd, Aiphone
Category: Aiphone, Communications, Intercoms & Telephone Entry, Intercom Door Stations
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