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The IX-SS-2RA Dual-Call Button Audio Emergency Station for the IX Series Video Intercom Systems from Aiphone is an IP-addressable flush-mount audio door station with standard and emergency call buttons. Each station can be assigned one of three priority call queuing levels and both buttons feature ADA-compliant lettering and Braille signage.
When the emergency button is pressed, it triggers two programmable relay outputs which then activate external systems or devices. The emergency button can also be programmed to call a different master station than the standard call button. For meeting ADA rescue assistance requirements, a call status indicator is included. The station is 802.3af PoE compliant and comes with a stainless steel faceplate and tamper resistant screws.
Audio communication of calling area
Two call buttons: standard and emergency
ADA compliant lettering and Braille signage
LED call status indicator
Red mushroom button for emergency call
Stainless steel faceplate with tamper resistant screws
In the Box
Aiphone IX-SS-2RA IP Addressable Dual-Call Button Audio Emergency Station for the IX Series Video Intercom Systems
Chinese RoHS Paper
T20 Screwdriver Bit
2-Pin Connector for Latch Reset
Table of Contents
IX series video intercom systems
802.3af PoE compliant
Open voice, hands-free
330.0' (100.6 m)
Door Release: 24 VAC/DC, 500 mA (NO, COM, NC)
14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
7.0 x 11.7 x 2.0" (17.8 x 29.7 x 5.1 cm)
Aiphone IX-SS-2RA IP Addressable Dual-Call Button Audio Emergency Station for the IX Series Video Intercom Systems Review