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Differences between ATA 186 I1 and ATA 186 I2

I'm sorry for this question because it's not so technical but sincereley I didn't find anybody able to give me an answer.

To provide a solution to a customer I have been asked for the differences that appear in the price lists between the ATA 186 600Ohm impedance and the ATA 186 "complex" impedance. Are there any country issue ? Could anybody help me since I didn't find documentation on these two hints ?

Thanks in advance

Marco

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Re: Differences between ATA 186 I1 and ATA 186 I2

Yes, this is based apon what country you deploy the units to. Here is a small table for you.

Argentina I2(2) -AU

Australia I2(2) -AU

Austria I2(2) -EU

Belarus I2(2) -EU

Belgium I2(2) -EU

Brazil I1(1) -NA

Bulgaria I2(2) -EU

Canada I1(1) -NA

Chile I2(2) -EU

China I1(1) "-NA, -EU"

Czech Republic I2(2) -EU

Denmark I2(2) -EU

Ecuador I2(2) -NA

Finland I2(2) -EU

France I2(2) -EU

Germany I2(2) -EU

Greece I2(2) -EU

Hong Kong I1(1) -UK

Hungary I2(2) -EU

Iceland I2(2) -EU

Indonesia I1(1) -EU

Ireland I2(2) -EU

Israel I2(2) -EU

Italy I1(1) -EU

Japan I1(1) -NA

Korea I1(1) -EU

Luxembourg I2(2) -EU

Malaysia I1(1) -UK

Mexico I1(1) -NA

Netherlands I2(2) -EU

New Zealand I2(2) -AU

Norway I2(2) -EU

Peru I2(2) -NA

Poland I1(1) -EU

Portugal I2(2) -EU

Russia I1(1) -EU

Saudi Arabia I1(1) -NA

Singapore I1(1) -UK

Slovakia I2(2) -EU

Slovenia I2(2) -EU

South Africa I2(2) -EU

Spain I1(1) -EU

Sweden I2(2) -EU

Switzerland I2(2) -EU

Taiwan I1(1) -NA

Thailand I1(1) -EU

United Kingdom I2(2) -UK

United States I1(1) -NA

"*NOTE: Some countries have telephone networks that list multiple impedance requirements. However, it is important to closely approximate the impedance of the typical handsets in use in the region when selecting the proper configuration. "

(1) I1 configuration = 600W FXS impedance

(2) I2 configuration = 270W in series with 750W and 150nF in parallel FXS impedance

"(3) Power cable configuration, power supply unit is universal"

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