Analog Panel Phone with Keypad and Steel Reinforced 12” Handset Cable – Viking Electronics

HUDSON, WI – April 13, 2020 – Viking’s K-1900-812L panel phone is durable, easy to use, and provides added strength to hold up under heavy abuse.

“The shortened, reinforced armored cable increases safety for users and may discourage potential abusers” – James Catt, Engineer, Viking Electronics

The K-1900-812L vandal resistant analog panel phone is equipped with a 12-inch armored handset cable to reduce the risk of users harming themselves or their surroundings. The armored handset cable is reinforced with a steel lanyard to withstand abuse from users pulling and tugging on the handset. Key features include a vandal resistant handset and cable, vandal resistant keypad and durable steel faceplate. Viking’s Enhanced Weather Protection option is available for added protection against environmental factors.

Each K-1900-812L phone offers a built-in auto dialer which calls a preprogrammed number when the handset is lifted. The touch tone keypad allows users to dial extension and telephone numbers. Pair with a Viking entry controller to enter speed dial numbers and keyless entry codes. The K-1900-812L interfaces with a CO line, analog PABX extension or an FXS port from a VoIP ATA.

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Viking Electronics engineers and manufactures over 500 security and communication products in the USA. Products include Emergency Phones, Entry Systems, Paging Interfaces, Mass Notification Systems, Hotline Phones, Autodialers, Enclosures and more. In Addition to their extensive analog line, Viking offers a large selection of IP products that are SIP compliant. Based in Hudson, Wisconsin, Viking’s legacy of reliability and electronic innovation spans 50+ years. Viking builds products that are designed to last and they also offer many of their products with Enhanced Weather Protection. Offering free lifetime product support they also back their products with a two-year limited warranty. For more information, please visit: