NCP technical data

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  • RACK SHELF housing - 1.5U; depth 310mm;
  • scalable, modular construction;
  • remote and local management using PC via: LAN, INT or Internet;
  • intuitive management using PC via Web Browser - ConfigWEB (with keeper proxy server or TCP 80 or 443 port - NOT RECOMMENDED);
  • maximum capacity of 1000 internal (depending on Call Manager's model);
  • maximum simultaneous calls quantity of 300 (depending on Call Manager's model);
  • VoIP feature available in basic version;
  • redundancy feature for Call Managers (backup NCP-CM device, that takes over system control in case damage of one of them (for CM400P and CM600P));
  • dedicated digital and VoIP system phones;
  • ability to configure system phones using Web Browser;
  • provisioning for SIP phones (Slican VPS-8xx, VPS-2000P, VPS-310P and Yealink T2x, T3x, VP530);
  • calls registration system content available in basic configuration;
  • managing the costs of calls and call tariffs by using the internal server mechanisms and an additional application – BillingMAN,;
  • subscriber services confirmed with voice messages;
  • dedicated computer applications:
  • internal CLIP signalling and transfer of public signals;

Connectors (available in modules, installe in GWS or GWD gateways):

  • ISDN 2B+D – DSS1 protocol (EURO – ISDN), MSN i DDI,

ISDN 30B+D – DSS1 protocol (EURO – ISDN), DDI,

  • public analogue lines (POTS), according to ASS signalling,
  • GSM – Tri-Band 900/1800/1900MHz
  • VoIP – according to SIP protocol (v.2.0), eSSL and eSSLv2
  • Up0 – sterminals for digital system phones;



  • advanced call handling - flexible incoming and outgoing traffic forwarding, call center, queues;
  • personalization of internal numbers - voicemail, user announcements, call waiting feature, voicemail2mail, fax2mail;
  • advanced diagnostic, calls status;
  • notifications and services log;
  • network traffic analyzer;
  • power supply from alternating current network ~230V, 50Hz;
  • power supply with battery-sustaining work at power failure (optional);
  • protection of cards against over voltage in the telecommunications network.