Desktop call station DIS-IP2 is a subscriber unit of Armtelics system, and designated to be used at industrial and transportation sites.
Each DIS-IP2 contains built-in software and configuration data, which allows it to communicate with other subscribers of the network directly, through wireless Wi-Fi data transmission channel or using ADSL, as well as to manage communication and indication modes.
DIS-IP2 is a desktop call station and has versions for eight, sixteen, twenty four and thirty two keys. The DIS-IP2 keys are equipped with LED indication, have increased mechanical strength and are resistant to wear, have a transparent cap for placing the inscriptions. Any key can be assigned for a communication function.
For communication between the devices via Wi-Fi wireless data transmission channel, DIS-IP2 has a built-in Wi-Fi module and antenna.
To ensure data transfer via the DSL channel, the DIS-IP2 has a modem ADSL Module. The ADSL module can automatically identify and automatically switch between the ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL + standards, with the maximum outgoing traffic speed of 1 Mbit / s, and the fastest incoming rate of 24 Mbit / s (ADSL2 / 2 +).
The DIS-IP2 uses a highly sensitive microphone on a flexible “goose-neck” stand. The microphone has a red LED ring that indicates the type of incoming or outgoing communication with a constant glow or blinking. The microphone is equipped with a wind protection, which makes the sound cleaner (avoid the appearance of unwanted whistles and other similar distortions).
Expansion block DIS ARMT.665230.207 is designated for increasing of functional keys of DIS-IP2 unit. It is connected with the DIS-IP2 unit by flexible ribbon cable. In addition the expansion block can be mechanically connected with the unit by metal plate (bracket) from the DIS expansion block supply to increase the strength of the structure as a whole. Maximum number of keys in one DIS extension block is 48.
The total number of keys, together with those located on the DIS-IP2, can be increased to 224 when connecting up to four expansion units in series.