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Seamless Overhead Paging With Your VoIP IP PBX System

 
Now you can add overhead paging to any SIP/VoIP IP PBX system without adding an expensive paging system or paging amplifier.  Utilize flexible paging zones in your PBX system and broadcast the audio to the overhead speakers.
 

Easy to use, Easy to Install

SIP overhead speakers allow for any type of notifications and any combination of zones.  Just install the speakers in the ceiling tiles, wall or any other suitable mounting position.  Since the speakers are SIP based, they can be addressed directly from the phone system simplifying training and eliminating having a microphone in an inconvenient location for announcements.

Seamless Overhead Paging With Your VoIP IP PBX System

Now you can add overhead paging to any SIP/VoIP IP PBX system without adding an expensive paging system or paging amplifier.  Utilize flexible paging zones in your PBX system and broadcast the audio to the overhead speakers.
 

Speakers Run on Your LAN

Simplified installation reduces maintenance costs and saves energy.  The SIP overhead speakers function much the same as any telephone.  The speakers can be configured with or without a talk back microphone for areas such as manufacturing floors, loading docks and other convenient locations where picking up a handset to answer a phone is not always possible.  Using Power Over Ethernet, just plug the speakers into a POE switch and they are ready to be deployed.  Now your phone system and paging system all use the same technology simplifying service and maintenance.
 

Overhead paging from your phone.

IPitomy Ceiling Speakers make paging easy.  Page any number or combination of phones and speakers.  Speakers can be installed in ceilings in hallways, lunchrooms, warehouse areas or ans place you wish to have a broadcast heard. All speakers have a microphone for talk back applications.  There is also a remote microphone jack for installing a remote microphone when the user is too far from the speaker.

Zone Paging

Pages can be broadcast out individually to specific speakers or phones as well as to groups or "Zones".  The calls can be made as unicast calls, which are one call per device, or as multicast cast calls which are one call that addresses multiple devices.  Multicast is far more efficient since it sends out a page to any number of devices, but is only a single call.  

There are many zone configurations that can be set up in the system.  each speaker or phone can be a member of up to 20 multicast groups that can make up hundreds of different zones.  This is especially useful for schools and large buildings where many different zones arerequired.

Don't worry, if you only need one, that's ok too!

Emergeny Notifications with OverheadPpaging

When there is an impending weather event, chemical spill or other emergency, it is very easy to trigger a pre-recorded  message to broadcast through the overhead paging system.  
Also, announcements can be created to broadcast messages announcing callers in a specific Queue.  An example would be when a caller calls into a hardware store and selects 1 for electrical.  That caller can be directed to a route that triggers an overhead page that announces "Call for Electrical".  The call will then be queued up for the electrical department phones and can be picked up from any in that call group.

Emergency notifications have many options for implementation.  Alarms can be manually initiated such as weather warnings.  Codes can be used to announce special alerts such as chemical spills etc.  Alerts can also be configured for when a 911 call is dialed.