Selective Call Intercom Module
This selective call module supports up to eight selective call room, door or patio units, with the ability to cascade up to four modules for up to 32 units. It also allows integration with the lyriQ Audio System to support audio interrupt during an int
- Cascade up to 4 modules for 32 total units.
- Easily integrates with lyriQ Audio System to support audio interrupt.
- Supports door release.
- Assignable LCD trigger for camera monitoring of door.
- Power supply not included. Recommend PW1030 .
- Supports up to eight selective call units.
- Includes 20 door tones.
|Countries Of Origin||China|
|RoHS Conformant||Yes||This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.|
Best Wiring Practices for the Selective Call Intercom Systempdf
Outputting Video Door Station and Camera Signals to Secondary Video Devices, Unity Integration Module, Support Bulletin, SB006-IMpdf
Triggering the Door Chime with an Integrated Door Sensorpdf
Understanding and Installing a Door Releasepdf
If I am not using the video feature, can I just use a standard netgear switch instead of this unit?
No. Our room units are designed to be controlled by the IC5010. The intercom system is not a network based system, however the video from the door can be introduced to a network via our CM2002 video network module.
Date published: 2019-07-18
What causes a high-pitched humming after all I connected
Hello, This system features a balanced audio design so it generally should not experience significant humming unless there's an external issue. If the CAT5 cables is run in a specific way, it could create an antenna situation which may cause hum on the system. Other than that, there may be an electrical interference issue if the CAT5/6 was run too close to the electrical in the home. I would recommend contacting our Technical Support team at 1-800-224-4162, Option 3 for Support and Option 2 for On-Q. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-02-18