February 16, 2020 - Kari’s Law is in effect
Requires the following on all new / upgraded systems:
Direct access to 9-1-1 without an access code.
Routing to the 9-1-1 PSAP (public safety answer point) with no interception.
On-site notification to staff of who dialed 9-1-1.
January 6, 2021 - Ray Baum’s Act §506 is in effect
Requires dispatchable location to be delivered for wired devices.
Dispatchable location is defined as building address and additional data that can locate the caller in a reasonable amount of time.
January 6, 2022 - Ray Baum’s Act §506 adds wireless devices
Requires dispatchable location to be delivered for wireless devices.
Kari’s Law applies to multi-line telephone systems (MLTS), which are telephone systems often used by
office buildings, campuses, and hotels. Kari’s Law requires MLTS that are manufactured, imported, offered for
first sale or lease, first sold or leased, or installed after February 16, 2020
to enable users to dial 911 directly,
without having to dial a prefix to reach an outside line, and to provide for notification (e.g., to a front desk or
security office) when a 911 call is made.
Since the Merlin Magic 1.0 was released the previous century you do not have to worry about the legal ramifications regarding non-compliance.
I assume you have the manual?