Communications Solution for SchoolsBogen’s Quantum Multicom IP is a hardware-based comprehensive communications network that connects administrative areas and staff locations in a single building, multiple building sites throughout a facility, or an entire campus. It is filled with a variety of quality features and functions you can rely on every day for routine communications as well as depend on should an emergency situation occur.
Programming and changes are securely accessed and conveniently configured over the facility’s network, or the internet. Authorized personnel may access Quantum using a web browser on any computer on campus or off-site.
For new constructions and facilities or campuses that are expanding in size, Quantum uses the LAN connections for programming and sending of audio messages and pages so there is no need for dedicated control cables between buildings or across long distances. Zone paging and All-Call Emergency Mass Notification assures that messages sent from an Administrator location are distributed exactly and only to the desired locations.
Sophisticated emergency features and functions help you, your staff, and students in a crisis situation. Options and access can be customized for each station. System options include direct dial 911, re-routing of emergency calls to a different station type in the same location if busy, choice of four dedicated emergency alarm tones, and system-wide emergency All-Call.
• Effective communications facility-wide and district-wide
• Leverage your network and lower your system costs
• Scalable, cost-effective and feature rich
• Alert staff and students
• Select Zone Paging
• Pinpoint person-to-person communications
• Facility-wide mass notification
• Coordinate facility operations
• Station Call Rollover
• Direct Dial 911
• Interconnect all facilities with Quantum IP communications systems
• Make calls directly into classrooms or admin offices from other facilities
• Make all-call announcements into facilities from remote sites like Administrative offices
• Make district-wide All-Calls to all facilities simultaneously
Quantum allows entire school districts to be interconnected providing a way to make district-wide All-Call announcements,
All-Call announcements to a single school and point-to-point communications between schools, B.O.E. offices, etc. Up to 99 facilities total can be interconnected into a district.
Upgrade Your Existing Multicom 2000 to a Quantum System
Existing Bogen Multicom 2000 school intercom systems can be easily, and cost effectively upgraded with Quantum capabilities because it is backwards compatible. With this upgrade, the facility enjoys all the Quantum features, such as network- based control and district-wide interconnectivity.
Expansion of Existing Facilities
New building additions can take advantage of the distributed facility architecture of Quantum by locating hardware near the new classrooms to provide shorter wiring runs and then use the facility’s network infrastructure to link the existing and new sectors into one fully integrated school communications system.
Network Phone Connections
Network connected VoIP phones are also available for Quantum. These phones provide a convenient way of installing phones in areas that already have a network drop.
Network Connections to Remote Locations
Quantum hardware located in classroom trailers can easily connect to the main facility by means of the network drops feeding the trailers. If there are no existing drops, a wireless link can be used to make the network connections and carry the communications as well as the data to the remote classrooms
Quantum Commander is the web server-based configuration and control application for the Quantum system. The application is accessed through a browser so no special software is needed, allowing access from any computer. Functions relating to manual setup of tones, prerecorded messages, external equipment operation and schedule selection are easily accessed by authorized personnel through an intuitive user interface. Quantum can also allow equipment maintenance personnel remote access to the system reducing the need and cost of site visits.
Telephones can be designated as Student Phones. These phones have unique limitations, such as toll restrictions, length of
use and number of calls to the same number within a certain time period. This phone service is designed to allow students to make critical outgoing calls, but reduce abuse of the privilege.
Security Zone Alerts
Quantum has the ability to monitor and alert administrators of any activity in key areas of the facility, such as a computer lab
or media center. Security Zones can be installed and connected to appropriate sensors, such as motion or door position, so that any activity will be reported back to designated administrators’ display phones.
Zones, Schedules, and Events
Quantum provides a facility with up to 64 separate zones for time tones and paging, plus 32 schedules providing up to a total of 1024 separate tone events. These capacities allow facilities a large degree of scheduling detail that can be used for “school within a school” applications.
User-supplied audio files can be loaded and triggered for playback from either administrative telephones, Quantum Commander, or an external contact closure. These audio files are played back as an emergency level All-Call announcement.
The Call Assurance Call-In Switch provides visual confirmation that a call-in request has been logged with the Quantum system. Pushing the SC1’s momentary rocker switch initiates a request for service to the Quantum system. The Quantum system then acknowledges this request by signaling back to the initiating SC1, which then illuminates its LED annunciator. The LED will remain lit until the call-in is serviced. At the end of the call, the LED will extinguish.
Quantum offers a district-wide solution
Quantum offers a variety of installation solutions
Quantum Appliances and Accessories
VoIP Speakers | S1810QIP (Ceiling) / WBS810QIP (Wall Baffle)
There are times when a VoIP speaker is the absolute best tool for the job – for portable classrooms and other outbuildings and in areas where the user needs convenient, remote volume control. With analog systems, you need to either run buried copper wiring to connect trailer classrooms and other remote buildings – subjecting them to catastrophic system failure due to lightning strikes – or use IP audio encoders/decoders at a significant added expense. With VoIP speakers, you can use above-ground (or buried) fiber optic cable for greater safety, reliability and lower cost.
In areas where easy access to volume control is needed, such as in areas with variable ambient noise and those with hard-of-hearing staff and/or students, VoIP speakers provide convenient access to volume control. Using the Quantum Commander App*, administrators can easily switch among five volume levels. There’s never a need to climb a ladder to change a transformer tap or to install a dedicated manual volume control at additional cost and maintenance.
Bogen VoIP ceiling and wall baffle speakers provide great audio quality and seamless integration into the Quantum ecosystem.
There’s no need for external amplifiers, traditional intercom wiring or transformer taps to manually set or adjust. Simply connect them to the Quantum network via Cat5 to a PoE Switch or PoE Injector and they are ready to operate. Both speakers feature an eight-inch full-range driver and a MEMS microphone for superior intelligibility and effective two-way communication. Each speaker contains a four-Watt PoE amplifier with an output level that can be set remotely using Quantum’s software application. Combined with the high efficiency of their drivers, both models can achieve 102dB of clean, clear sound
With the optional analog call switch, the speakers can be configured as one of two Quantum station types: talkback speaker only or talkback speaker with call switch
The WBS810QIP wall baffle talkback speaker features an attractive and cleverly designed enclosure that allows forward-facing electrical box mount, corner mount, tilt-down mount, or 2×2 side-by-side wall mount without the need for additional mounting hardware.
Quantum Multicom IP systems must be upgraded to version 13.1 to support the use of these VoIP speakers.
- RJ45- Network Interface
- 3-Pin Dinkle wire terminal,
- Call-Switch or Handset
- 90dB at 1/4W power level
- 93dB at 1/2W power level
- 96dB at 1W power level
- 99dB at 2W power level
- 102dB at 4W power level
Speaker: 8-inch with 10 oz. magnet
Dimensions: 13″ dia. x 3/4” deep (S810QIP ceiling), 9.25” W x 10” H x 5.25” D (WBS810QIP wall baffle)
Weight: 3 lbs.(S810QIP ceiling), 3.6 lbs. (WBS810QIP)
Certifications: FCC Class A
Secure Call-in Switch | SC1
- Designed for use with Quantum Multicom IP systems
- Full request/acknowledge hand shaking between Quantum and SC1 Call-In Switch
- LED Annunciator indicates a logged request for service from Quantum
- Quantum sends separate acknowledgement signal to light the call pending LED
- Can be used to initiate either normal or emergency calls
- Mounts in standard single-gang outlet box
Staff Phones | NQ-T1000 (VoIP), MCESS and MCWESS
The Bogen NQ-T1000 VoIP is an enhanced staff phone (by Yealink) that offers a 132×64 pixel, backlit graphical LCD display that is crisp, clear, and easy-to-use. The NQ-T1100 is a cost-effective, entry-level phone that offers rich visual information and HD Voice. It has dual 10/100 Mbps network ports with integrated PoE support for today’s modern networks.
- HD voice: HD handset, HD speaker
- Wideband codec: G.722
- Narrowband codec: G.711(A/μ), G.723.1, G.729AB,
- DTMF: In-band, Out-of-band (RFC 2833) and SIP INFO
- Full-duplex hands-free speakerphone with AEC
- Call hold, mute, DND
- One-touch speed dial, hotline
- Call forward, call waiting, call transfer
- Group listening, SMS, emergency call
- Redial, auto answer
- Local 3-way conferencing
- Ring tone selection/import/delete
- Set date time manually or automatically
- RTCP-XR (RFC3611)
- Local phonebook up to 1000 entries
- Black list
- Nyquist XML remote phonebook
- Phonebook search/import/export
- Call history: dialed/received/missed/forwarded
Display and Indicators
- 132×64-pixel graphical LCD with backlight
- LED for call and message waiting indication
- Dual-color (red or green) illuminated LEDs for line status information
- Intuitive user interface with icons and soft keys
- National language selection
- Caller ID with name, number
- 2 line keys with LED
- 6 features keys: message, headset, redial, transfer, mute, hands-free speakerphone
- 6 navigation keys
- Volume control keys
- 2 x RJ45 10/100M Ethernet ports
- Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), Class-2
- 1 x RJ9 handset port
- 1 x RJ9 headset port
- Configuration: browser/phone/auto-provision
- Auto-provisioning via Nyquist server for mass deployment
- Phone lock for personal privacy protection
- Reset to factory, reboot
- Package tracing export, system log
Network and Security
- SIP v1 (RFC2543), v2 (RFC3261)
- NAT transverse: STUN mode
- Proxy mode and peer-to-peer SIP link mode
- IP assignment: static/DHCP
- HTTP/HTTPS web server
- Time and date synchronization using SNTP
- UDP/TCP/DNS-SRV (RFC 3263)
- QoS: 802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 ToS
- SRTP for voice
- Transport Layer Security (TLS)
- HTTPS certificate manager
- OpenVPN, IEEE802.1X
Other Physical Features
- Wall mountable
- External universal AC adapter (optional):
- AC 100-240V input and DC 5V/600mA output
- Power consumption (optional AC adapter): 1.2 – 1.9W
- Power consumption (PoE): 1.8 – 2.3W
- Dimensions (W x D x H x T):
- 209mm x 188mm x 150mm x 41mm
- Operating humidity: 10% – 95%
- Operating temperature: -10°C – 50°C
- Bogen NQ-T1000 VoIP phone base unit
- Handset with handset cord
- Ethernet Cable (2m CAT5E UTP Cable)
- Detachable Stand
- Quick Start Guide
Bogen Models MCESS and MCWESS are 12 push-button dialing telephones that permit rapid, efficient, and reliable control over the functions available to enhanced staff stations in Bogen Multicom 2000® and Quantum Multicom IP Systems .
The MCESS is designed to be placed on a desktop and requires 5-1/2″ W x 9″ D of desk space. A modular cord and junction box are included for connection to the system.
The MCWESS is designed for wall-mounted installation and requires 4″ W x 9″ H of wall space. It is equipped with a wall-mounting plate that includes a modular jack.The wall plate fits a standard single-gang box.
Audible Signal: Piezoelectric ringer element
Dialing: Telephone Keypad, DTMF dialing
Ring Voltage: 12V DC square wave
Outside Line Capability: Requires MCTC option
Construction: High-impact molded ABS in a permanent beige color
Handset: Dynamic receiver, carbon transmitter
MCESS – 5-1/2″ W x 9″ D desk space required Includes surface-mounting junction box
MCWESS – 4″ W x 9″ H wall space required
Includes wall mounting plate with modular jack
Interconnections: 2-wire connection required for telephonic communication; shielded pair plus one conductor
Compact Rack System | QCR24 and QCR48
The Quantum Compact Rack System is a fully self-contained school communications solution that can also function as a node in a larger Quantum Multicom IP network. The QCR24 and QCR48 are designed to mount easily in existing IT equipment racks and to allow convenient, economic distribution of Quantum nodes throughout a facility.
Each model includes a separate, rack-mounted relay card that gives the system a capacity of 24 stations (1 card, QCR24) or 48 stations (2 cards, QCR48). In addition, each model supports up to 10 administrative VoIP phones (model QSIP1).
- Ideal for use as remote nodes in distributed systems
- QCR24 Services 34 stations, QCR48 services 58 stations (each with 10 VoIP phone stations)
- 32 Schedules, including calendar-based holiday schedules
- 1,024 Separate schedule events per facility
- 64 Multipurpose time, paging, and security zones per facility
- Rack mount installation, 5 rack spaces (QCR24) or 6 rack spaces (QCR48) high
- Built-in power supplies and card cage
- Audio program interface assembly accepts up to 4 Bogen Advanced Input Modules
- Can be combined with up to 63 additional Quantum processor nodes
- Up to 250 watts of external amplification can be added for each 24-station relay module
Maximum Ambient Temperature: 120° F (49° C)
Dimensions: 19″ W × 8.75″ (5 R.U.) H × 16″ D, incl. 1 relay module (QCR24)
19″ W × 10.5″ (6 R.U.) H × 16″ D, incl. 2 relay modules (QCR48)
Power: 115V AC, 6.0A, 60 Hz
Processor Card | QSPC1
The Quantum Model QSPC1 Processor Card is required to operate the Quantum Multicom IP system. The card contains a PowerPC CPU, 12 channels of DSP, nonvolatile flash memory, and two Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) interfaces.The card is responsible for all system control, tone generation, and display functions. The card also contains a crystal-controlled real-time clock (with battery backup), relay driver circuits, external function inputs, audio tone synthesizer, and voltage supervision circuits. The QSPC1 may be used to upgrade existing Multicom 2000® Administrative Communications systems.
- TCP/IP Web server for Quantum Commander pro- gramming over the LAN
- One 10/100 Ethernet port for network connection allowing system configuration, control, and VoIP communications
- Second port for direct-to-PC programming access
- Flash memory allows program upgrades
- Complete system configuration data held in non- volatile memory on each QSPC1 in system
- 12 DSP Channels per processor for VoIP audio
- Crystal-controlled real-time clock with battery backup
- Automatic Daylight Savings Time correction
- Audio tone synthesizer
- External relay drivers
- Ring/Busy generator
- Dial Tone generator
- Media control of VCRs, DVDs, and video-on- demand
- Maximum Ambient Temperature: 120° F (49° C)
- Dimensions: 10-9/16″ W x 8-1/8″ H x 5/8″ D
- Power: MC512A Power Supply (sold separately)
Mounting Options |
Quantum Rack system node – supports up to 250 stations.
Quantum Wall-Mount system node – supports up to 130 stations. Space-saving wall-mount design.
Quantum Compact Rack system node – supports up to 58 stations in a compact, six-rack-space design. Easily mounts in existing IT equipment racks. Allows economic distribution of Quantum nodes throughout a facility.
Quantum Commander function is resident on each processor card. System administrators use Quantum Commander to configure the system via secure, browser-based access.
Capacity: 34 to 250 Stations (Rack Mount System) 34 to 130 Stations (Wall-Mount System)
58 Stations (Compact Rack Mount System QCR48) 34 Stations (Compact Rack Mount System QCR24) Up to 64 Nodes per facility
Up to 16,000 stations per facility
Up to 99 interconnected facilities per district Up to 512 Non-blocking calls and pages
Up to 960 Loop start central office phone lines
32 Schedules, including calendar-based holiday schedules
1,024 Separate schedule events per facility
64 Multipurpose time, paging, and security zones per facility
19 Unique station device types 32 Assignable classes of service
Connectivity: 1 LAN Port per node
Configuration: Via browser-based Quantum Commander program
3 Access levels (access dependent on user credentials)
Maximum Ambient Temperature: 120° F (49° C)
– 19″ W × 26.25″ to 68.25″ H* × 16″ D (Rack Mount)
– 24″ W × 32″ H × 10″ D (Wall Mount)
– 19″ W × 8.75″ H × 16″ D (QCR 24)
– 19″ W × 10.5″ H × 16″ D (QCR 48)
*Height of Rack Mount System depends on configuration ordered
QUANTUM CAPACITY MAXIMUMS
75 Quantum processors can be linked within one facility
18,750 stations using a combination of analog station devices and VoIP phones
600 non-blocking calls (instantaneous capacity depends on call origination and destination)
1.125 loop start central office telephone lines
Available Schedules, Zones, and Devices:
64 multi-purpose zones (page, time, page+time, security)
32 schedules, including calendar-based holiday schedules
1024 separate schedule events per facility
23 unique station device types
32 assignable classes of service
Quantum District Capacity:
99 interconnected facilities per district