Mounting Options—Metal Bracket
Installation Quick Reference
Wall Plate Mounting Bracket (Metal)
To be installed and or used in accordance with the
appropriate electrical codes and regulations.
Tools Required: Wall board saw, Pliers
The IP Endpoint Company
Instructions:
One-Gang
Low Voltage
Mounting Bracket
(Metal)
011184, RAL 9002, Gray White, Standard
011185, RAL 9003, Signal White, Optional
1. Use the inside area of the bracket to trace the hole
cut onto the wall.
2. Using a wall board saw or matt knife, cut along the
stencil line.
Optional
Gasket
VoIP Remote Call Button
As an option to the CyberData V2 speaker, the V2 Remote Call Button enables calls to the V2 Speaker that
can be initiated or answered from a remotely-mounted switch.
3. Place bracket against the wall opening.
Mounting
Screw (2x)
Wall Opening
Bend tabs up and
down against
inside wall to
secure bracket.
When enabled through the Web interface, if the Remote Call Button is pressed, the speaker would initiate a
SIP call to a predetermined extension.
4. Bend tabs up and down against the inside wall to
secure the bracket.
When the V2 Speaker is called from a remote phone and Auto-Answer is not enabled within the unit’s Web
interface, the LED on the Remote Button will blink. The call will be answered when the button is pressed.
5. Place the optional gasket over the metal bracket.
6. Mount the flush mount wall plate to the bracket.
Typical Call Button System Installation
Remote Call
Button Assembly
802.3af Compliant Ethernet Hub
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mounting Options—Plastic Bracket
Wall Plate Mounting Bracket (Plastic)
To be installed and or used in accordance with the
appropriate electrical codes and regulations.
Tools Required: Wall board saw, Philips screwdriver
Instructions:
One-Gang
Low Voltage
Mounting Bracket
(Plastic)
1. Use the inside area of the bracket to trace the hole
cut onto the wall.
2. Using a wall board saw or matt knife, cut along the
stencil line.
Optional
Gasket
3. Place bracket through the wall opening.
Mounting
Screw (2x)
Wall Opening
Tighten screws to
pull Flagnuts against
inside wall to secure
bracket.
4. Tighten screws to pull Flagnuts against the inside
wall to secure the bracket.
5. Place the optional gasket over the plastic bracket.
Remote Call Button
Speaker
IP Phone
IP PBX Server
Getting Started
• Create a plan for the locations of your Call Buttons.
• Prior to installation, consult local building and electrical code requirements.
• WARNING: This enclosure is not rated for any AC voltages!
Parts
6. Mount the flush mount wall plate to the bracket.
(1) Call Button Assembly
Remote Call
Button Assembly
Optional Parts (Not Included) (1) Optional One-Gang
Box (Metal)
(1) Optional Gasket
(1) Optional One-Gang
Box (Plastic)
Contacting CyberData
Corporate Headquarters
CyberData Corporation
3 Justin Court
Monterey, CA 93940, USA
Phone: 831-373-2601
Fax: 831-373-4193
www.CyberData.net
Sales: (831) 373-2601 ext. 334
Support: 831-373-2601 ext. 333
Web: http://www.cyberdata.net/support/contactsupportvoip.html
RMA Dept: (831) 373-2601 ext. 136
Email: RMA@CyberData.net
RMA Status: http://www.cyberdata.net/support/rmastatus.html
(1) Wall Mounting Kit
(1) Optional One-Gang, Low Voltage,
Mounting Bracket (Metal)
(1) Optional One-Gang, Low Voltage,
Mounting Bracket (Plastic)
(2) Mounting screws
Warranty information is available at:
Web: http://www.cyberdata.net/support/warranty/index.html
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Dimensions
Connections
Speaker
AUX POWER (+)
(+12VDC @ 1A)
AUX SPEAKER (-)
AUX SPEAKER (+)
BTN SENSE GND
LINE OUT (-)
LINE OUT (+)
BUTTON LED (-)
AUX POWER (-)
RELAY COM
RELAY NO
BUTTON LED (+)
BTN SENSE
J10
J9
Mounting Options—One-Gang Box (Metal or Plastic)
To be installed and or used in accordance with the
appropriate electrical codes and regulations.
Back View
Wall Plate Mounting Bracket
One-Gang Box (Metal or Plastic)
Tools Required: Wall board saw
Instructions:
One-Gang Box
(Plastic)
1. Use the outside area of the One-Gang Box to trace
the hole cut onto the wall.
2. Using a wall board saw or matt knife, cut along the
stencil line.
Optional
Gasket
3. Place One-Gang Box through the wall opening.
4. Optional: Nail the One-Gang Box to the stud or
connect it to the set screw connect and conduit.
Mounting
Screw (2x)
Wall Opening
One-Gang Box
(Metal)
5. Place the optional gasket over the One-Gang Box.
6. Mount the flush mount wall plate to the One-Gang
Box.
Remote Call
Button Assembly
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