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PA1 and ATT PagePac20

I just finished setting up paging using a PA1 connected to an ATT PagePac20 amplifier.  The issue is that on the Pagepac, there are 4 connections.  2 are for audio, but the other two have to be connected to cause the amplifier to come on.  (I replaced an ATT phone system).


I need to be able to short these two wires together anytime the PA1 is active then disconnect them when it is inactive (during a page and when idle).


Is this possible without adding an external relay circuit.  


Is there a source to find out what the pins/cables on the PA1 do?  


Best Answer

Joe,


You will need an external relay. The I/O cable is intended to be used with an external relay board (see below)



An explanation of the I/O pins can be found in the attached .pdf document.



http://wiki.snom.com/Relaysboard_pcb



Regards,


Sean Collins

Snom Support

pdf

Answer

Joe,


You will need an external relay. The I/O cable is intended to be used with an external relay board (see below)



An explanation of the I/O pins can be found in the attached .pdf document.



http://wiki.snom.com/Relaysboard_pcb



Regards,


Sean Collins

Snom Support

pdf

 Did you get the 2 way audio to work?

and any chance you remember how you connected it to the snom pa1? I am trying to set that up for a customer now. They used the 2 way audio feature and I can't figure out how to get it to work.


Any help would be appreciated.


Thanks

Anthony

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