OPTIMUS's SIP intercommunication range enhances its functionality by integrating with third-party systems via HTTP/JSON in installations with an IP-PBX server. JSON stands out as one of the most widely used data exchange formats due to its simplicity, efficiency, readability, and cross-platform compatibility.
This integration enables automatic notification of device status changes, such as identifying the caller and receiver, whether the device is idle or connected, or the timestamp of the event. Moreover, it allows for easy remote instructions through any web browser, enabling actions like calling an intercom, hanging up, ending a call, and activating or deactivating relays, among other functions.
Activating integration is a straightforward process performed in a few steps on the device's web page. The new functionality streamlines the integration of OPTIMUS equipment with automation and industrial control tools (SCADA), commonly used for data collection, monitoring, control, and analysis through computer applications. These tools are prevalent in security control centers of corporate buildings, industrial plants, banks, and hospitals.
The SIP series by OPTIMUS includes, among others, the EP-44SIP intercoms and the specific refuge area model EP-44SIPH. Engineered to withstand vandalism and adverse weather conditions, these devices feature full-duplex bidirectional audio, echo cancellation, noise reduction, a web server, a metallic call button, an active call LED indicator, two configurable relay output contacts for door opening and communication status signaling during calls. Additionally, they incorporate JSON/HTTP integration to connect with other systems, such as security, alarms, and CCTV.
Vandal resistance is certified with an IK10 rating, and the ability to withstand adverse weather conditions is indicated by an IP65 protection rating when used with the CS-EP mounting box. These devices can be powered through PoE or a 12 V DC adapter, included in the equipment. The EP-44SIPH model is further equipped with an induction loop, large red SOS letters, a pre-recorded in-call message, an accessibility pictogram, and the word CALL in Braille, making it suitable for refuge areas according to Annex A of the Spanish Technical Building Code (CTE DB SI).