The Telephone Interface(s) shall be Alpha Communications® / Ring model DNA934P or approved equivalent.
Unit(s) shall provide for transferring calls from the intercom exchange to the telephone network. Unit(s) shall dial up to four (4) programmed telephone numbers, and once answered and accepted shall play a pre-recorded message to the recipient. Message shall be repeated three (3) times or until #1 is dialed.
Unit(s) shall be programmed by the installer using a Windows compatible PC and the DNA100 programming unit.
Contractor shall observe all local and national electrical and building codes.
The DNA934P Telephone Interface transfers calls from the intercom exchange to the telephone network. Up to four (4) telephone numbers can be programmed. If a Busy or Ring-No-Answer is encountered then the next number on the list is dialed. If all four (4) numbers are Busy or no one answers then the dialer will continue to dial all four (4) numbers until one of them answers.
When the dialed telephone answers, a recorded message is played to the telephone. This message will identify the name and address of the building where the call is coming from. Following this message the called party will receive a message identifying the intercom number that placed the call. The final message instructs the telephone operator to accept the call by dialing #1 or to refuse the call by hanging up. These messages are repeated three (3) times or until the #1 is dialed. If the telephone operator does not dial #1 or hangs up, then the next number on the list is dialed automatically. Recorded messages and phone numbers are programmed using a master intercom station and a DNA100 and compatible PC. The DNA934P station is designed to work with the RM5000EX and/or CB901EX series microprocessor intercom systems.
|Dimensions:||Width: 5.875" (150mm)
Height: 1.75" (45mm)
Depth: 6.25" (159mm)