Viking Electronics Boost Talk Battery to Analog Devices

“It’s getting more common that FXS ports and analog extensions don’t produce enough talk battery. The TBB-1B solves this problem and it is simple to use.” – Paul Speltz, Sr. Engineer, Viking Electronics
 Use the TBB-1B to boost talk battery from a VoIP phone system ATA with an FXS port, an analog PABX extension, a VoIP cable modem, a POTS line and more. The incoming under powered line is connected to the TBB-1B where talk battery voltage is boosted to 48V DC. The line with boosted talk battery now travels from the TBB-1B to the analog device.
Analog devices that can benefit from the use of the TBB-1B include elevator phones, emergency and area of refuge phones, alarm panels, door entry phones, and traditional analog telephones.
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Viking Electronics engineers and manufactures over 500 security and communication products in the USA. Products include Emergency Phones, Entry Systems, Paging Interfaces, Mass Notification Systems, Hotline Phones, Autodialers, Enclosures and more. In addition to their extensive analog line, Viking offers a large selection of IP products that are SIP compliant. Based in Hudson, Wisconsin, Viking’s legacy of reliability and electronic innovation spans 50+ years. Viking builds products that are designed to last and they also offer many of their products with Enhanced Weather Protection. Offering free lifetime product support they also back their products with a two-year limited warranty. For more information, please visit:

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