IP Panic Button

Wahsega’s IP Panic Button is a surface mounted, low profile IP intercom built for placing calls in emergency situations. At the other end of the call, the listening party can remotely activate the IP Panic Button’s onboard relay to unlock a door or activate a security device.

Price: $199

Carina Model Number WL-PBM-SIP-W-R-CAR

IP Panic Button

With its low profile, the Wahsega IP Panic button can be placed discretely under a desk or other secure location so users can place an emergency SIP call to a preconfigured phone number. The answering party uses caller ID to learn where the call is coming from and can listen in to assess the situation at hand.

Perfect for use in schools and universities, banks, medical facilities and multi-tenant office buildings, the Wahsega IP Panic Button has an integrated microphone for high-quality SIP audio and an on-board relay which can trigger security devices like a camera or a door lock. Advanced button press technology allows the unit to call one number with a short button press and another number with a long button press, reducing false alarm calls. Each unit is powered via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), using just one cable for both communication and power.

Programming the SIP-Enabled IP Panic Button is simple, and LED feedback lets installers know when their system is up and running. The Wahsega IP Panic Button can be managed by the Carina Event Manager or Event Manager Lite.

Highlights:

  • Simple surface mount
  • Integrated microphone
  • On-board relay
  • Advanced panic button functionality
  • Supports Carina and SIP

Safety Certification Seals

The Wahsega IP Panic Button is a surface-mounted SIP intercom with integrated microphone and relay. With no integrated speaker, it is built for silent calls to a preconfigured number during emergency situations.

The IP Panic Button supports the SIP protocol so it can register with the Wahsega PICSDiet IP PBX or any IP PBX for easy integration with your existing phone system. The best way to manage this device is through the Carina Event Manager or Event Manager Lite.

Advanced panic button functionality helps to reduce the number of false alarm triggers from the panic button. With this advanced functionality, a brief button press places a call to one preconfigured number—such as the front office—while a longer press-and-hold will call a second, preconfigured panic number such as a security desk.

An onboard relay on the IP Panic Button enables room lockdowns by allowing a remote party to control a powered door lock. The onboard relay could also be used to activate a camera, strobe or another security device while the remote caller monitors events via SIP audio.

With simple installation and programming, advanced functionality and reduced labor and installation costs, the Wahsega SIP-Enabled IP Panic Button is the perfect solution for a wide range of applications.

Features

  • SIP compliant
  • Peer-to-peer SIP capable
  • PoE 802.3af enabled (Power-over-Ethernet)
  • Environmental noise suppression
  • On-board relay
  • Advanced button press functionality
  • Fully configurable via Wahsega Carina Event Manager
  • Web-based volume control
  • LED indicator light
  • Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps (Can force 10Mbps full-duplex)
  • Protocol: SIP RFC 3261 compatible
  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +60°C
  • Audio Codecs: G.711 uLaw, G.711 aLaw, G.722 HD, G.726 fixed payload, G.729, DVI4 HD, DVI4 Narrowband, OPUS
  • Audio Sampling: Up to 48KHz
  • Form C (SPDT) Relay Contact Closure Rating: 30VDC or 270VAC, 3A
  • Dimensions: 4.87″ x 4.35″ x 1.18″ (H x W x D)
  • Warranty: 2 years limited
  • Regulatory Compliance: FCC Class B
  • Power Input: PoE 802.3af

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