MICRO SEVEN, INC.

Telephone line simulator (MINI-PBX SIMULATOR) products:

LS15-C1, 2-line low cost unit

LS25, one-way, lowest cost

LS15, battery-operated

LS100-2J, with line impairment features

LS300 Advanced Telephone Line Simulator for loop voltage 20-60V and loop current 20-60ma adjustable

LS110-4, 4-line telephone line simulator, low cost, and new

LS200-8A or LS200-8C

LS15-1-ETS with European and American caller-ID generation

LS15-N with Japanese caller-ID generation

 


 


LS300 Advanced Telephone Line Simulator for loop voltage 20-60V and loop current 20-60ma adjustable

 

We have provided MINI-PBX SIMULATORs (Telephone line simulator, or Central Office Simulator(C.O. Simulator) to telecommunication equipment manufacturers for many years. Our instruments simulate public telephone lines for many different characteristics. Our instruments provide 2, 4, 8, and 32 simulated telephone lines for testing and demonstrating telecommunication equipment

LS25 , The Cheapest Telephone Line Simulator, model LS25 in a smaller case than model LS15s provides complete telephone line simulator function for one-calling direction. All programming is done by dialing unique codes into LS25. All programmed parameters except hot line mode are restored upon power on/off operations. It contains programmable telephone numbers, dual-frequency call-progress tones, 30Hz square-wave ring-signal, stutter dial-tone, forced called-party disconnect, programmable network response delay, programmable disconnect signal, simulated PBX mode, hot-line mode, random noise generation simulating bad telephone line, secondary call progress tone, and optional accessories (car-battery adapter and International AC/DC power adapter options). It accepts both rotary pulse and DTMF dialing methods. LS25 only requires 24VDC input power, and it includes standard AC/DC power adapter for 117VDC input power. For international operations, International AC/DC power adapter option for LS25 is requires. Specifications are subject to be changed. On-line manual is available below. Lower-cost model, LS25A, Dial-tone simulator without ring-signal generation is available with or without battery operation.

LS15 battery-operated and hand-held telephone line simulator with programmable telephone numbers, dual-frequency call-progress tones, 20Hz ring-signal, caller-ID, caller-ID on call waiting, stutter dial-tone, many test tones, distinctive ring-signal, forced called-party disconnect feature, programmable network response delay, programmable disconnect signal, simulated PBX mode, hot-line mode, sleep mode (automatic power shut-down), line impairment mode with extra signal attenuation and random noise addition, secondary call progress tone, and optional accessories (car-battery adapter and carrying case) The RS232C interface or outside-line interface is also available for non-battery version, model LS15-1. The RS232C option provides programming of telephone numbers, signal attenuation, caller-ID and other parameters from Control Software in PC. An outside-line interface is also available as an option. The simplified message delivery interface, SMDI , which provides visual message display with serial interface is also available as an option. The European caller-ID ETS format and Bellcore format is available in model LS15-1-ETS with serial port and control software for programming. International power supply option provides four different power plugs for 90-250V AC input. LS15-N simulates Japanese telephone line including Japanese caller-ID standard.

LS15-C1 replaces LS15-C with restoring programmed parameters upon power on/off operations. It is lower-cost new generation telephone line simulator with programmable telephone numbers, dual-frequency call-progress tones, 20Hz ring-signal, stutter dial-tone, distinctive ring-signal, forced called-party disconnect, programmable network response delay, programmable disconnect signal, simulated PBX mode, hot-line mode, programmable extra signal-insertion loss, secondary call progress tone, and optional accessories (car-battery adapter and 230V AC/DC adapter). It runs with a provided AC/DC adapter. The RS232C option provides programming of telephone numbers, signal attenuation, caller-ID and other parameters from Control Software in PC. The RS232C option also displays DTMF/dialing pulse digit inputs. An outside-line interface is also available as an option. International power supply option provides four different power plugs for 90-250V AC input. Audio monitor option with a internal speaker is available as an option.

LS110-4 and LS200-8A, our most popular 4, and 8-line MINI-PBX SIMULATORs (telephone line simulator or CO simulator) with single-digit and programmable telephone numbers, pseudo-line impairment with random noise and 20dB signal attenuation, disconnect signal, network delay, PBX mode, stutter dial tone, distinctive ring signals, call progress tone selection between single and dual frequencies, transmit power adjustment potentiometer for each line, off-hook/busy LED, and ring signal. Please ask for 3-way calling option/feature with no charge. Options are Multi-Line DTMF Dialer Option, Line Impairment Option, 20Hz Ring Signal Option (adjustable for frequency and amplitude), Caller-ID option, Serial port Option, Audio Monitor Option, and Outside-line Interface Option. The model LS200 may also be used as a rack-mount. LS100-2J, 2-line Telephone Line Simulator with Line Impairment Option. It simulates the worst telephone line, which contains frequency attenuation characteristics, random noise (white noise), and envelope delay distortion. The RS232 serial port is included to program line impairment conditions, telephone numbers and other parameters. Five different audio circuit conditions such as random noise amplitude and envelope delay distortion characteristics may be easily changed by PC while two modems are connected with transmitting data.

LS300, Advanced Telephone Line Simulator with displays of dialed numbers, loop current, loop voltage, and RMS voltage display. It equipped with potentiometers for adjusting loop current and loop voltage, programming of frequency attenuation characteristics and random noise insertion, dual frequency call progress tones, adjustable ring signal for frequency and amplitude, distinctive ring signal, front-panel ring switch, and optional Caller-ID or Line Impairment Options. It may be used as a rack-mount.

 

 Products shown in the above picture are:

LS15 (top)

LS1002J

LS200-8A

LS300

PC300 (bottom)

 

MICRO SEVEN, INC.

1095-K N.E. 25th Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97124, U.S.A.

Phone: 503-693-6982, Fax: 503-693-9742

e-mail: mailto:sales@microseveninc.com

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