An order wire is a voice communications system used primarily by maintenance personnel to talk between equipment sites. It is a telephone system, but has no central office switching. It uses a portion of the network's bandwidth that is not normally used for revenue traffic, such as the bottom portion of the base-band spectrum or a portion of an overhead bit stream. It is an economical phone system that is network-owned.
Deploy free voice communication at all your LAN sites across your network. This next-gen orderwire uses VoIP to deliver voice communication at all your LAN sites - plus the monitoring you expect from a NetGuardian.
In the same 1 RU unit, you get an RTU with 16 discrete alarm inputs, 4 analog inputs, and 2 control relays.
Some features of the VoIP Orderwire and RTU hybrid:
Station to Station: Dial directly from "A" to "B", or "C" to "A", etc.
Hoot n' Holler (Hoot and holler definition): All Call feature that allow "A" to call "B" "C" "F" speakers. You can page all your staff at once within the orderwire system.
Conference Bridging "D" : Allows for multiple stations to join privately.
So stations "A", "C", "E", "F", "G" can set up a private conference (Up to 5 participants).
Off-Net: Any station will be able to dial an outside phone, via off-net stations "E" and "G", or outside phones can dial any station.
Multiple power options available, including -48VDC.
Integrated 7-port hub. This saves space and provides Ethernet connectivity for other equipment.
Each VoIP OrderWire unit installs easily - just plug into your LAN hub. In just 1 RU of space, you can get rid of all those costly telephone lines and long-distance fees.
FDO 3000 Off-Net.
The FDO 3000 Off-Net interfaces DPS FDO 1000 series order wires to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) via 2-wire or 4-wire line.
The FDO 1000 Order Wire brings maintenance communications into the 21st century with features and benefits that come only with microprocessor control.