The 2N® SIP Speaker provides a cost effective solution for Public Address Systems and IP Paging, utilising existing or new loudspeaker and microphone infrastructure.
The 2N SIP Speaker can be deployed with existing or installed loudspeakers as a simple Public Address System or as a two-way intercom with attached microphone. With the combination of standards-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Multicast, one has the option of sending public announcements to all the devices on the network or selecting individual zones or groups for calling specific devices.
2N SIP Speaker offers a variety of options for interconnection as in video and audio management systems or controlling lights, alarm systems and entry gates and much more.
The 2N SIP Speaker also offers these important features:
Multicast: Using Multicast you can easily configure an unlimited number of end devices for the reception of a single channel.
Practical use - All devices in the network listen in to regular announcements on a single multicast address, while it is simultaneously possible to make a SIP call to one or more devices.
Real time audio streaming: 2N SIP Speaker can continuously provide an audio stream from a connected microphone to another system, which can record it or otherwise process it. The actual data transfer is ensured by the RTSP protocol, which is in general supported by third-party systems.
Practical use - 2N SIP Speaker can be used as an addition to an IP camera and can add audio to the video from the IP camera. 2N SIP Speaker can be placed in the direction of camera view.
Time profiles: The time profiles function makes it possible to control the behaviour of a 2N SIP Speaker after receiving a signal from a digital input.
Practical use - When a time profile is valid 2N SIP Speaker calls a designated telephone number after receiving a signal from a movement detector.
Remote control of switches: A switch in a 2N SIP Speaker can be controlled from another system using simple commands sent by HTTP protocol.
Practical use - One example of use may be, for example, integration in a home automation system. The electric locks of entry doors can be controlled from a central panel independently of a call.
IP Relay: 2N SIP Speaker can control IP relay connected to the same LAN as 2N® SIP Speaker. Relay is controlled by the same way as a normal relay inside of 2N SIP Speaker – you just have to specify its IP address and user command.
Practical use - IP Relay can be used in case you don't want to connect door lock directly into 2N SIP Speaker
|•||Standalone unit – no need for a server|
|•||Universal input and output|
|•||Power supply via PoE or mains adapter|
|•||Support for call initialisation|
|•||Possibility of call initialisation|
|•||Powerful built-in amplifier and line out - up to 2x 10W|
|•||Input for external microphone|
|•||Real time audio streaming|
|•||Time profiles support - integrated calendar with programmable DAY/NIGHT/WEEKEND modes|
|•||Relay switch for door conrol function; secondary relay switch also provided|
|•||Integrated administration via web server|
|•||SIP RFC 3261 Compatible|
|•||Outputs: 4x terminal on rear panel, STEREO/MONO with auto detection|
|•||Speaker impedance: 4-8 Ohms|
|•||Amplifier performance: Up to 2x10W depending on connection|
|•||Frequency range: 20Hz – 20kHz (+/- 0.5dB)|
|•||Harmonic distortion: 0,05% @ 1kHz|
|•||Signal to noise ratio: 91dB|
|•||Codecs: G.711, G.729|
|•||Signalling of state: 3x RG LED|
|•||Remote control: 1x Infrared detector (Remote Control unit is an optional extra)|
|•||LAN connection: RJ-45 10/100Base-TX, Auto-MDIX|
|•||Earphone/line out: 3,5mm jack connector|
|•||Microphone/Line in: 3,5mm jack connector|
|•||Two volume control buttons|
|•||Digital input: Galvanically isolated input 5 to 24V DC|
|•||Digital output: Galvanically isolated relay output, 24V 1A AC/DC|
|•||Power from external source: 12V DC / 1,8A|
|•||Power from LAN: IEEE 802.3af PoE|
|Dimensions and weight|
|•||Device Dimensions: 105 x 34 x 86 mm|
|•||Dimensions (with L-profiles) 130 x 34 x 86 mm|
|•||Weigth: 300 g|