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Aiphone, RY-AC, EXTERNAL SIGNALING RELAY RY-AC by Aiphone

Aiphone, RY-AC, EXTERNAL SIGNALING RELAY

Aiphone, RY-AC, EXTERNAL SIGNALING RELAY

  • Aiphone, RY-AC, EXTERNAL SIGNALING RELAY Aiphone, RY-AC, EXTERNAL SIGNALING RELAY
This item is discontinued.

SKU: RY-AC

Model #: RY-AC

Availability: Usually ships within 3-5 Business Days

$53.00

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Quick Overview



    • Ring a standard doorbell or activate a separate device when a call is placed from a door station

    • LEF-C Series

    • In high noise areas or where a light is needed, or to activate a bell, buzzer, or light when calling between handset-type intercoms

    • TD-H Series selective calling and paging system

    • IE-8 Series selective calling handset system

UPC: 790143450656

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Product Details

The RY-AC is an external signaling relay from Aiphone which is capable of activating an external buzzer, doorbell, or signaling device when the system receives a call. This signaling relay is lightweight for easy handling, is capable of being easily setup and installed, and offers a user-friendly design which comes at an affordable price for saving money for all system operators.

Features

  • Ring a standard doorbell or activate a separate device when a call is placed from a door station
  • LEF-C Series
  • In high noise areas or where a light is needed, or to activate a bell, buzzer, or light when calling between handset-type intercoms
  • TD-H Series selective calling and paging system
  • IE-8 Series selective calling handset system

Product Specifications

SKU  RY-AC
Manufacturer  Aiphone

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