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#578874 10/15/14 02:30 PM
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I am currently working to install central station PBX's. Have bee for years and I understood the only PBX's being used were the Avaya and the Tadiran. Is this true?


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If you could tell us a little more about the equipment, and your projects, please...

Can you define what you mean by a "central station PBX"? and by "have been for years..."

I know what a central station is, in the context of the alarm industry, and I know what a telephone PBX is.

I also know what the difference is between a telephone PBX and a telephone key system.

What I'm not clear on is how you are associating the two types of systems, and why you think that Avaya and Tadiran are the only manufacturers.





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You're right, I forgot the Atlas 550.

My projects, for the last 8 years I work for a company that has been replacing the Atlas 550 with a Tadiran solution. We have the capability of handing off the ANI*DNIS* required by the Surgard and Bosch receivers. Added with replacing the 550, this allows the incorporation of a full blown PBX. I understand the only other PBX with this capability is the Avaya.

In implementation, we set between the carrier, the receivers and the central station operators. I am wanting to know if there is any other systems doing this?


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The only Atlas 550 I've heard of is an Adtran unit.


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That is the one, in most centrals that I've been in the Atlas routes alarm DID's out FXS ports and then voice calls are either sent over to a PBX via a PRI or a seperate PRI is used for voice.
Not trying to advertise here, with the Tadiran we have been able to replace both the Atlas and the existing PBX with a unified approach. It makes 2-way alarms easier to handle. I known the Avaya has capabilities to do this, I am wanting to know who else does.


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