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West Carrollton OH 45449
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200 Series: Single Channel Wall and Desk Intercoms with Simple Paging
300 Series: One and Two Channel Wall and Desk Intercoms with Simultaneous Paging. Page can occur at the same time as conversation without interruption.
00: Wall Intercom with No Busy Light and No Paging Ex: 200GCB
01: Wall Intercom with No Busy Light Single Channel with Paging Ex: 301GEB
02: Wall Intercom with One Busy Light Single Channel with Paging Ex: 202GCB
03: Wall Intercom with Two Busy Lights Red and Green Two Channel with Paging - 300 Series Only
10: Desk Intercom with no Busy and no Page
C: Carbon Microphone Element. Standard in most telephones - our most popular. All PageKom Compatibles use a Carbon microphone.
E: Electret Microphone Element. Electronic circuits replace the carbon powder in standard elements. All Aiphone Compatibles use an Electret microphone.
A: Armor Handset Cord is wrapped with a steel shield to provide a long lasting, durable alternative to the standard coil cord. Comes in standard 27" length but can be special ordered in 36", 52" or other specific lengths.
DSP: Desk Phone with a speaker, transformer and volume control for areas where a wall intercom is impractical. Internal speaker eliminates the need for a ceiling speaker, hear music and pages on the internal speaker.
|HOW TO ORDER DEFINITIONS|
|Speaker Tap Wire Color Code|
|Commonly Accepted Speaker Coverage|
|Speaker Tap Color Codes|
|Plug N Page 300 PageKom 1 Channel|
|Plug N Page 300 PageKom 2 Channel|
|Plug N Page SC-3|
|Wire Size VS Line Length for 8 Ohm Speaker|
|Wire Conductor Size and Line Length|
|Recommended Power Settings for Ambient Noise Level|
|RECOMMENDED POWER TAP SETTINGS|
|Handset Wiring Diagrams|
|Wiring Loss In Speakers|
|Wiring diagram for a standard 300 series|
|Universal Handset Corded|
|Universal Handset Mod|
|Number of Horns for Room Size|
|Ambient Noise Levels|
|70 Volt Speaker Troubleshooting|