The IP-223 is a legacy IP adapter panel for radio, telephone and auxiliary interfaces to the IP consoles. The IP-223 has been replaced now by the IP-224 v2
The Vega IP-223 remote adapter provides a reliable means of remotely controlling up to two, two-way radio base stations. The adapter interconnects to Vega's C-6200 IP console or the C-Soft Windows console by means of any available Wide Area Network (WAN) connection, including wireless. Now, the IP-223 can be optionally compatible with Tetra radio systems, commonly found throughout the world. It is also capable of decoding 5/6 tone signaling. Dispatchers can use the adapter in up to six different ways:
In the local mode, the radio connects directly to the IP-223.
The tone mode generates the keytones required to control any tone-equipped radio circuit.
The console mode uses existing tones, decoding Ethernet traffic for the console to play.
In the crosspatch mode, mobile dispatchers can communicate with another user within the radio system.
With the PIB-223 to connect POTS line to dispatch network
With the NI-223 to connect iDEN phone to the dispatch network
Backlit LCD display
Line and intercom buttons
Front panel test points and level set potentiometers