VCE OEM telephone module is designed to provide clear, hands-free voice communications in high acoustic noise environments.

  • Predictive echo cancellation and self adjusting speech algorithms
  • Mobile (GSM), fixed line (PSTN) telephone or ethernet (VoIP) options
  • Extensive internal diagnostics, accessible locally or remotely
  • Configure remotely using tone-dialing, or optional on site via data communication port
  • Adaptive volume control and duplex operation
  • Programmable send and receive levels
  • External battery with charging options (solar, mains or remote power feed)
  • Sleep mode to minimise power consumption
  • Digitally stored announcements
  • Response to remote user commands is by digitised voice
  • Real time clock
  • Tilt/vandal detection and automatic reporting
  • Unique ID for location information
  • Up to three auto dialling numbers, 20 digit
  • Multiple audio I/O
  • Lightning and radio frequency interference protection on PSTN / DC Feed board


  • VoIP PBA 1162

Operating temperature

  • 0ºC to 70ºC

Storage temperature

  • -40ºC to 70ºC


  • 5 to 95% non-condensing

Power Requirements

  • 12V – 24V DC 1A

Power Consumption

  • Idle current 65mA
  • Typical current while call in progress 80mA
  • Maximum current while call in progress 150mA


  • 140mm by 85mm

Supported protocols

  • G.711 (mu-law + A-Law)
  • Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) RFC 3261
  • Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) RFC 3550
  • Session Description Protocol (SDP) RFC 2327
  • Trivial File Transfer protocol (TFTP) RFC 1350
  • User Datagram Protocol (UDP) RFC 0768

Physical connections

  • Power (2 way plug in screw in connector)
  • Local area network (LAN) connector
  • Button (8 way molex connector)
  • Programming (5 by 2 way connector)
  • LED (3 way molex connector)
  • Microphone (2 way molex connector)
  • Speaker (2 way molex connector)

Audio specifications

  • G711 mu-law + A-Law
  • Audio in 1.0V
  • Audio out 1.0V


WayPhone Low Voltage Disconnect accessory will extend the life of connected batteries by preventing damaging over discharge. It will also ensure WayPhone operation is not compromised by low battery voltage. When the battery voltage drops to very low levels, it is considered better the phone switches off than operate abnormally.

The disconnect voltage is factory programmable but is typically set at 10.5V, optimal for Sealed Lead Acid cells used in most WayPhones. The loaded battery voltage is periodically tested to determine if the voltage is too low for reliable operation and approaching the level that causes battery degradation.

If the voltage is too low, the load (WayPhone) is disconnected from the battery. The charging circuit remains connected to the battery and periodically, the LVD module tests the battery by applying a ‘dummy’ load and measuring the voltage. If it is considered charged enough for operation, it reconnects the battery to the WayPhone. The decision threshold for reconnection is also factory programmable but will typically be set to 12V.

A slowly blinking red LED indicates the battery has been disconnected from the load. A switched power output can be provided to ensure any ancillary equipment is also disconnected from the battery when the voltage is too low. If the equipment remains connected, the battery will continue to discharge, negating the benefit of the LVD device. Examples of such equipment are Line Extenders, Media Converters or Ethernet Switches.

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