[VoiceOps] ATAs compatible with fire alarm panels

Brandon Svec bsvec at teamonesolutions.com
Tue Dec 15 16:44:32 EST 2020

Check your local fire code first.  Last I checked various cities around San
Francisco they require *two* analog lines (specifically non voip) or
cellular/radio connected fire panels.

Up to you, of course, but I would not want to be held liable for something
like that.  Same concept with elevator phones.  Burglar alarms are a lot
less restrictive for whatever reason.

As far as ATA's go, I like Yeastar.  They are about the size of a deck of
cards and have all the bells and whistles you should need to connect to
your PBX or hosted provider, etc.

*Brandon Svec*

*15106862204 <15106862204> voice|sms**teamonesolutions.com

On Tue, Dec 15, 2020 at 1:35 PM Camille Issa <camille at alianza.com> wrote:

> Hello all – looking for recommendations (other than keeping the analog
> line) for VoIP ATA’s that are compatible with fire alarm panels. Anyone got
> a good working solution out there?
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