Voice communication panels for emergency life safety portfolios

The Intelligent Voice Communication panels are designed to provide protection for small and medium-size facilities with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology as well as digital voice communication capabilities.

06/25/2014


The Intelligent Voice Communication panels are designed to provide protection for small and medium-size facilities with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology as well as digital voice communication capabilities. Courtesy: Siemens (Pictured: CerberSiemens' Intelligent Voice Communication panels are designed to protect small and medium-size facilities for their everyday and emergency life safety and communication needs. The Intelligent Voice Communication systems are flexible, networkable panels that use Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to deliver fire protection as well as digital voice communication capabilities over the same connection. The UL-listed systems have a two-channel message player that supports up to 64 digital messages. Each panel can deliver up to three targeted or differentiated messages simultaneously, as needed. Intelligent Voice Communication systems are available on both the Desigo Fire Safety and Cerberus PRO portfolios.

Siemens Industry Inc.

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