announcement to identify the location of the emergency call. Alternatively, a DTMF Touch Tone code may also be delivered. A
"Call Connected" LED can be initiated manually or automatically. All programming parameters, including phone numbers and
location numbers, are stored in non-volatile E
and are compatible with common Central Station Monitoring equipment.
For outdoor or harsh environments, select 1600A Series phones are available with Enhanced Weather Protection (EWP). EWP
products feature rubber gaskets and boots, hand soldered silicon sealed connections, gel-filled butt connectors, as well as ure-
thane potted circuit boards with weather sealed, field-adjustable trim pots and DIP switches for easy on-site programming.
• Meets ADA requirements for Emergency Phones:
- Can automatically light the "Call Connected" LED for the
- Transmits a unique location I.D. code or voice announcement
- Grade 2 Braille label for the visually impaired
• Non-volatile digital voice announcer with 16 seconds of voice
• Advanced call progress detection
• Handsfree operation
• Phone line powered
• Non-volatile memory (no batteries required)
• Touch Tone or pulse dialing
• Dials up to 5 emergency numbers
• E-1600-20A and E-1600-52A dial up to 3 non-emergency "INFO"
• Cycles through backup emergency and non-emergency numbers
on busy or no-answer
• Optional Enhanced
Weather Protection (EWP)
• Hangs up on CPC, silence, busy signal, dial tone, time-out or Touch
• Programmable to auto-answer on incoming calls
• Remotely programmable
• Extended temperature range (-15°F to 130°F)
• 9 different chassis or board only available
• Available in a 42" tall tower phone model E-1600A-BLT-EWP
• Central Station Monitoring capability (dials 2 numbers)
• Separate central station voice speed dial number
• Optional PB-100 Polling System available
• Optional BLK-3-EWP strobe light kit available
Call (715) 386-4345 and select 859.
The 1600A Series ADA Compliant Emergency Phones are
designed to provide quick and reliable handsfree communi-
cation for any standard analog telephone line or analog
memory. All units are phone line powered, requiring no batteries or external power
• Parking ramps/lots
• ATM machines
• Area of refuge locations
• Campus emergency stations
• Roadside emergency stations
• Convention centers
* Americans with Disabilities Act of 1992 contains federal reg-
ulations regarding elevator telephones (Public Law 101-336).
Power: Telephone line powered. Minimum 24V DC talk battery voltage,
with a minimum loop current of 20mA loop. Loop current may be boosted
on low current lines with a Viking Model TBB-1A talk battery booster (Fax
Back # 630).
Dimensions: See Installation and Specifications
Operating Temperature: -26° C to 54° C (-15° F to 130° F)
Humidity - Standard Products: 5% to 95% non-condensing
Humidity - EWP Products: Up to 100%
Some phone systems do not conform to analog telecom standards and might
not be compatible with the 1600A Series emergency phones. For a detailed
description of the telephone line specifications required for any of the 1600A
Series phones, retrieve Fax Back Document 869.
January 5, 2009
phone system station port.
phones meet ADA requirements for elevator/ emer-
gency telephones, and can be programmed from
any Touch Tone phone. The phones can dial up to 5
programmable emergency numbers, as
well as 2 central station numbers. In addi-
tion, the E-1600-20A and E-1600-52A
feature a second "INFO" button that will
dial up to 3 non-emergency numbers.
The 1600A Series phones can be pro-
grammed to automatically deliver a digital
All 1600A Series