CyberData augments its line of SIP and InformaCast-enabled devices for visual and audio alerting in outdoor environments with new SIP and InformaCast-enabled Outdoor Strobes and a SIP Outdoor Call Button.
MONTEREY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CyberData Corporation today announced it is adding to its line of innovative VoIP endpoints by releasing four devices for SIP-enabled and InformaCast-enabled environments that enable audio and visual alerting, and carry an IP66 rating for outdoor elements.
Releases include the SIP Outdoor RGB (Multi-Color) Strobe, Singlewire’s InformaCast-enabled Outdoor RGB Multi-Color Strobe, the SIP Outdoor Call Button and the Outdoor Auxiliary Strobe Kit, which allows users to connect to a supported CyberData IP endpoint. Power and signaling for the Auxiliary Strobe comes from the attached CyberData endpoint.
The Outdoor Strobe variants meet ADA requirements for telephony signaling and notification and can be set up as part of a ring group or page group to give visual notification of incoming calls or pages. Multiple colors, blink rate and brightness can be selected for each of the different activation methods. SIP and InformaCast-enabled Strobes offer Night Ringer function via a second SIP extension.
The SIP Outdoor Call Button is a reliable solution for a one-touch programmable call to an IP phone or page announcement. If an event occurs, only a simple button press is required to automatically place a call to the configured phone or extension number. When the called number answers, the SIP Outdoor Call Button plays and repeats a stored audio file. The SIP Outdoor Call Button can also be configured to work in an InformaCast-enabled environment.
“We already have indoor versions of these devices but have gotten a lot of requests for outdoor versions with an IP rating. In public spaces, the Strobes in particular allow for signaling to the hearing-impaired, letting them know there is an announcement. This is a safety issue and it’s important that in any kind of unplanned event, there are devices in place that can signal to all within that environment with both a visual and, in the case of the SIP Outdoor Call Button, audio alert,” said Phil Lembo, President and CEO of CyberData.
These devices can be deployed in parking lots and garages, playgrounds, and safe houses or shelters and feature TLS 1.2 for enhanced security.
Additional features include support for 10 multicast groups for the SIP Outdoor Strobe, and web-based configuration and configurable event generation for device health and status monitoring for all devices. These are critical features required by customers such as schools and universities and CyberData was cognizant of these requirements during the development of these devices.
To learn more about CyberData’s IP66-rated Outdoor Visual and Audio Alerting devices, or any device in CyberData’s line of VoIP endpoints, please visit www.CyberData.net
About CyberData Corporation:
CyberData Corporation, is a leading OEM design and manufacturing firm that develops peripheral devices for VoIP phone systems that facilitate legacy migration to VoIP, provides IP equivalents to existing analog phone devices and delivers Unified Communications-based Application Specific Endpoints.