Device

Key Benefits:


Sharing of Resources
Within an office set up, the employees can share phone lines. Several extensions may be connected to a single phone line, thus reducing the overall phone expenses. In case of external calls, they may be routed from a single incoming mode and directed to the respective extension number from there.

Easy Programming
With the growth of the company and the communication needs, the basic network of business phone system can also be expanded easily without much hassle.

Expandable System
Within an office set up, the employees can share phone lines. Several extensions may be connected to a single phone line, thus reducing the overall phone expenses. In case of external calls, they may be routed from a single incoming mode and directed to the respective extension number from there. >

Occupies Compact Space
The physical hub of an EPABX system is low profile and does not require large space to be accommodated. Hence space constraints are not an issue.

Essential Standard Features
It offers several basic call features needed for office communication. Few of them are given below.

Auto Attendant
Automatic ring back
Call transfer
Call waiting
Conference call

Additional Features
Alarms
Remainders for meeting, appointments, etc.
Music on hold
Night service
Do Not Disturb (DND)


EPABX is an acronym of Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange. An EPABX has three main components
The analog system and analog to digital converter which is basically the various line cards
The cross connection matrix which connects one call to another
The control of the whole EPABX


Product Information:

The EPABX stand for Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange. which means it is an electronic exchange which is privately owned and automatic. It is also known as PBX and PABX.

The first part (1) deals with the analog system i.e. your voice coming on two wires and the associated signalling. It converts the signalling as well the voice into digital and handovers to the matrix. The matrix checks for which port (the no. you dial is just a port of it) is the call meant for and digitally connects the respective port to the calling port. The call is established and held as long as you keep the receiver off hook. The third part maintains the normal functioning of the EPABX including power supply, configuration, troubleshooting and generation of various reports.