RTS Cronus RVON-C 8-Port VoIP Card

$2,495.00

RTS Cronus RVON-C 8-Port VoIP Card – USED

Up to eight available

Description

RTS Cronus RVON-C 8-Port VoIP Card

The RTS RVON-C is fully ethernet capable.   It uses standard ethernet protocols and is compatible with 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX Ethernet compliant devices and networks.

  • Fully ethernet capable. RVON-C uses standard ethernet protocols and is compatible with 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX Ethernet compliant devices and networks.
  • Eight individually addressable audio channels. The RVON-C can feed simultaneously VoIP (voice over internet protocol) capable keypanels as well as various other matrix intercom systems.
  • The user has the ability to adjust the audio quality of the matrix intercom to the available bandwidth of the network through the AZedit software user interface.

The RVON-C card is hot-swappable and installs in any available slot in an Cronus Intercom System. It provides a single RJ-45 Ethernet connection for use with a 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX network. It also has a DB-9 connection for an RS-232 or RS-485 pass-thru port.

8 Channels of Audio IN and OUT
Expands the connectivity of the Cronus intercom by supporting 8 channels (ports) IN and OUT. Each channel has configurable network and bandwidth parameters that can tailored to individual network functions, as well as ancillary data for keypanels and trunking control.

Ethernet Compatible
Fully Ethernet capable. The RVON-C card uses standard Ethernet protocols and is compatible with 10 BASE T or 100 BASE-TX Ethernet compliant devices and networks.

AZedit Configurations
Users have the ability to adjust the audio parameters of each RVON-C channel to optimize the available bandwidth on the network. Trunk Capable The RVON-C card supports ancillary data control for use with Telex® Intelligent Trunking.

Addressing Eight individually addressable audio channels. The RVON-C card can feed simultaneously VOIP (voice over internet protocol) capable keypanels, as well as various other matrix intercom systems.

Pass-Through Serial Port
Provides a virtual serial connection via an IP connection, which, if used while trunking, may eliminate the need for multiple IP resources.