Series 6 Model 70 PDF Print E-mail

An entry-level system designed for smaller sites, the Model 70 offers the same features and functions as higher capacity Series 6 models, but in a smaller, cost-effective package.

Because Centigram employed a single user interface and the same operating system for all Series 6 models, the Model 70 is ideal for small businesses and multi-site enterprises that want to network large and small systems at multiple sites. Since all Series 6 models incorporate the same high-density analog and digital port connectivity, the Model 70 provides the same speed and power formerly available only on larger Centigram systems.

And to meet the needs of small but growing businesses, the Model 70 allows customers to migrate easily to the larger Model 120R/S and the Model 640.

THE KINDEST CUT OF ALL

The Model 70 provides a powerful, feature-rich solution for today's leaner businesses. And by incorporating computer telephony integration (CTI) and digital signal processing (DSP) technology today, the Model 70 allows customers to implement advanced applications such as text-to-speech and voice recognition tomorrow.  In addition, the Model 70 supports all the same applications and features as higher-capacity Series 6 models, including:

  • VoiceMemo ®, a feature-rich voice messaging product.
  • FaxMemo, a mailbox-based fax management product.
  • OneView™, an integrated multimedia messaging product for the desktop.
  • CallAgent ®, an advanced call processing solution for individuals and organizations
  • MESA-Net, a digital networking option that can link up to 1,500 Centigram servers
  • Digital integration with virtually any PBX or Central Office or telephone system
  • Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology for future application support.

MIRROR IMAGES: REDUNDANCY AND RELIABILITY

Included as a standard feature, the Model 70 uses integrated drive electronics (IDE) technology to integrate controller functions into the disk assembly, making an interface card unnecessary. Hard Drive redundancy ensures that no system data is lost - even if one of the drives is removed from service. A primary drive and its redundant partner function as "mirror images" of each other; when a drive is put back into service, it automatically synchronizes itself with its "partner." As a result hard drive redundancy enhances system availability.

Legacy Model 70 Specifications:

MAXIMUM SYSTEM CAPACITIES:

Number of Ports:24 Voice Ports
16 Fax Ports
Hours of Speech Storage:Up to 55 hours
Number of Mailboxes:Up to 2730
Cabinet Size Per Module:Height:  6.25” (15.31 cm)
Width: 16.35” (41.52 cm)
Depth:  16.75” (42.54 cm)
Weight:21 lbs (9.52 kg)

SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE:

CPU Type:Intel 80486 DX 66 MHz
Hard Drive Type: MI55
Floppy Type: 3.5”, 1.44 MB
Serial I/O: 2 ports
Serial Interface Card: 1 per system (2, 4 or 8 ports)

SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT:

Temperature: Operating: 50° to 95° F. (9° to 35° C.)
Nonoperating: -40° to 158° F. (-40 to 70 C.)
Humidity: Operating: 85% at 95° F. (35° C.)
Nonoperating: 5 to 95% at 95° F (35° C.)
ESD: Tested to 15kV
AC Power: 110 to 120 VAC, and 50 to 60 Hz
220 to 240 VAC, and 50 to 60 Hz
DC Power: Not Available on this model
Agency Approvals: UL, FCC Parts 15 and 68, DOC, EN60950, CISPR22, BABT