FE-2X10W-SMOD


SIP-speaker Linux SIP-amplifier module 2x10W @PoE+ for passive speakers

• Small dimension makes it possible to upgrade any passive speaker into SIP-Speaker.

• Make your own -customizable IP-speaker or an IP-amplifier!

• Group Multicast and individual paging by dialing extension number

• Connect: 2 passive speakers, microphone, LED, I/O pins, USB

• Designed to wide response for music & speech in full quality

• Easy SW setup through WEB interface & auto-provision

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FE-2X10W-SMOD is a class-D amplifier build-in speaker Linux based SIP-module able to connect to any SIP-server as standard SIP-client and get a phone call as standard SIP-extension

Specification

Audio
Internal audio amplifier: 2×10 W class D
Low Noise: -90dB
Efficiency: > 90%
Audio Codecs: Mp3, PCM, G.729, G.722, GSM, A-law, u-law,
THD+N 0.1% @ PO = 5W, f = 1kHz, RL = 8Ω

Hardware
Ethernet connector: 1 x RJ 45
Power options: PoE+ IEEE 802.3at or external
12V/2A DC
Power consumption: Idle 1.8W, max 24W
(depending on volume)
CPU: Allwinner H2+, Quad-core Cortex A7

Software
Web-interface: dashboard with HTTPS based configuration, alarm settings,
Sound adjustments: echo-cancel, sound mute, silence suppression, paging start/stop tone, microphone boost/mute
Scheduler: bulk adding, automatic fill-out, ring-tone upload
Remote-provisioning: automatic synchronizing of SIP-server scheduler and sound files; device discovery
Logging: Call, event and scheduler logs

Construction
Dimension: 60×60 – max. height 30 mm
Environment
Operation temperature: -20°C to 70°C
Storage temperature: -40°C to 70°C
Humidity: 10% to 95%, no dew
I/O
Speaker Output: 4-8Ω, 10 W
Output: 5VDC & 12VDC output, 3 X Open-Collector @ 2A, up to 15V (RGB LED drive)
Input: 1 X switch button (option for up to 4 switch buttons)
Mic: plug for a condenser microphone
Networking and Protocols
Protocols: IPv4, SIP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, RTP, DHCP, NTP
LAN protocols: PoE (IEEE 802.3at) Network Access Control (IEEE 802.1x)
Management and operation: HTTP (Web configuration) DHCP and static IP, Remote software upgrade & monitoring.
SIP support: RFC 3261 (SIP base standard) RFC 3515 (SIP refer) RFC 2976 (SIP info), RFC 5630 SIPS URI scheme
DTMF support: RFC 2833, 2976 (SIP info)

Documentation