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Merlin Magix Release 3 Control Unit includes Power Supply, R3 Processor with Backup Flash Card

Merlin Magix Release 3 Control Unit includes Power Supply, R3 Processor with Backup Flash Card

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Merlin Magix Release 3.0 Control Unit
  • The Control Unit- Contains the programming and circuitry that manages the switching activities of your telephone system
  • Powerful Features - Provides over 150 built-in features to help simplify and streamline your communications
  • Application Support - Supports new applications available from both Avaya and independent software vendors for messaging, customer service, call accounting, security, and much more
  • Administration Port (RJ45) - Used to connect via modem or Socket Magix to use WinSPM administration software
  • PC Card Slot - Used for backup/restore of system programming
  • Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Port - Connects to a serial printer or third-party call accounting solution
Merlin Magix R3.0 Compatibility
  • Voice Mail Systems - Merlin Messaging Release 1.0 - 3.0 and Intuity Audix solutions
  • Expansion Modules - 800 GS/LS ID, 412 TDL, 024 TDL, 100 DS1, 100 DCD, 100R INA, 008 MLX, 408 GS/LS MLX ID, 016 MLX, 400 E&M, 800 BRI, 800 DID, 016 Tip/Ring, 016 ETR
  • Telephone Sets - Legend MLX, Magix 4400, Partner ETR (MLX, Eurostyle, Eurostyle Series 2), TransTalk Digital Wireless, single line sets
  • Also compatible with a variety of wireless, headset and conferencing solutions
Merlin Magix R3.0 Control Unit Includes: Merlin Magix Basic Carrier w/Power Supply Merlin Magix Release 3 Processor 2 MB Backup/Restore PC Card


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