|Description:||Advanced Line Simulator|
The Viking DLE-300 Advance Line Simulator provides sales people, technicians, engineers, etc., with a cost effective and easy to use method of conducting on-site demonstrations, programming or diagnostics without the need to locate phone lines or disrupt customer phone service. The Line Simulator provides two-way communication between standard analog telecom products, such as modems, fax machines, Key Systems, PABX's, as well as standard telephones.
The Viking DLE-300 produces standard or distinctive AC ringing, DC talk battery, caller ID data, precise dial tone, ring back, fast and slow busy, SIT, re-order tone, and provides CPC on disconnect.
Viking DLE-300 Applications
Point-to-point communications between phones, fax machines, and high-speed modems without dedicated telephone lines
Programming and recording voice products such as voice mail systems, etc.
Intersystem TIE lines
Courtesy and/or emergency phones
Demonstrating telecom equipment at trade shows, meetings, etc.
Diagnosing phone line dependant equipment with precise phone characteristics
911 trainer for schools and businesses
Replacement for Proctor Model #46220, 49250, and 49300
Viking DLE-300 Features
Supports all high speed data Produces Name or Name and Number Caller ID data
Audio input/output for recording voice prompts
40 V DC talk battery
Precise call progress tones (dial tone, ring back, fast and slow busy, SIT, and re-order tones
Standard and distinctive 20 Hz AC ringing
Provides CPC breaks after disconnect
Touch Tone detection
Ringdown mode (no Touch Tones required)
911 trainer mode for classroom training
Made in the USA.
Viking DLE-300 Specifications
Power: 120 V AC/13.5 V AC 1.25A UL listed adapter
Dimensions: 127mm x 127mm x 25mm (5" x 5" x 1.5")
Weight: 1.36 kg (3 lbs.)
Environmental: 0 to 32 C (32 to 90 F) with 5% to 95% non-condensing humidity
Ringer Output: 6.0 REN
Maximum Loop: 4.2 Km (14,000 ft.) - 24 AWG twisted pair
Connections: (2) RJ-11 jacks, 1 3.5mm (1/8") audio jack
Data Transmission Speed: Maximum supported by peripherals/modems
last revised on February 21, 2018, 3:14 am