Individual Phone Line Consolidator


Key Features

1. Each elevator phone connects to its own phone line
2. 10 Individual Phone Lines per module
3. Link up to 9 additional modules for 100 elevators
4. Multiple local or remote handsets can call into any elevator
5. Override any external call in progress
6. Menu driven
7. Mount in Telephone Room or Machine Room

Description of Operation

In the event of an entrapment or other emergency, when an elevator occupant presses the “phone” button on the elevator control panel, the elevator phone automatically calls for help. The EMC-IPL routes the call to each elevator’s phone line.

The EMC-IPL can call into any elevator phone from any connected handset guided by the voice prompts, even overriding a call in progress to outside the building.


Elevator Wiring Requirements
One shielded pair of communication cable, minimum 24AWG, with the shield grounded at one end only, preferably the controller end of the traveling cable.
Phone Line Requirements
Standard analog loop start voice grade telephone line
Number of Phone Lines
10 per module
Number of concurrent calls
10 per module, 1 handset per module
Capacity (number of handsets)
Connections for 3 (three) per module, more if wired in parallel
Phone Line Monitoring (PLM)
Independent - from EMC-60 cab phone through optional EMC-PAC PLM Power and Alarm Consolidators with battery backup
AC/DC Transformer (supplied)
120V AC, 60Hz input; 16.5V AC, 37VA output
Backup Power (Used if AC power is cut off)
12V 1200mAh rechargeable SLA battery. Replace every 5 years or as required
Operating Range
0 – 60°C
PCB: 5” wide x 8” high x 1” deep
Box: 12” wide x 12” high x 4” deep