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SIP Protocol Thanks to the universal Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), the intercoms are ideally suited for connecting to telecommunication systems of other brands, such as monitoring systems or switchboards based on VoIP. Click on the Compatibility button above for information about the supported telephone systems. The Robin SIP intercoms have their own SIP protocol stack and no internal ATA. Housing The housing is made from anodised aluminium with a lightly brushed finish on the front. The unit is supplied as a recessed model as standard, but can optionally be supplied with a surface-mounted housing (type C03001). For installation in concrete or masonry walls, the Robin Flushmount box with setting option (type C01112) can be used. Pushbuttons and keypad The piezo pushbuttons and keypad have background lighting behind the label. The intensity of the background lighting can be set via the web interface (except for the 1 pushbutton variant). Each pushbutton can be given a unique (name) engraving, which can be specified when ordering the intercom unit. Engraved labels can also be ordered later if necessary. Power supply The Robin SIP video systems are powered via “power-over-ethernet” (PoE, IEEE 082.3af). This does away with the need for a separate power supply. Just one IP connection to the internal network is enough. Web-based configuration Configuration, such as setting the telephone numbers, is performed via a practical web interface. Three telephone numbers or group numbers can be programmed for each pushbutton, which are called in sequence if the preceding telephone number is engaged or not answered. Operation of doors, barriers and gates An integrated door contact lets you grant access to visitors remotely, simply and safely. The door is opened by means of a settable pushbutton combination. If necessary, more complex or multiple circuits can be implemented with a separately available IP Quad web relay unit (type C01037), which has four relays and can be placed anywhere in the network. Picture To E-mail From software version 3.5.0 onwards, the Robin SIP intercoms support the Picture To Email function. This function emails a photo of the visitor to any configured email address.