Regulatory Compliance

Algo provides a variety of audio and visual products that comply with multiple regulatory standards. Algo endpoints are efficient solutions for VoIP communication that adhere to different legislations, such as Alyssa’s law, Kari’s law, and ADA. 

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Meeting Regulatory Compliance 

Algo IP Endpoints provide effective audible and visual communication in VoIP environments, ensuring organizations achieve compliance with several regulations. Algo endpoints are SIP and PoE devices that offer a variety of communication solutions tailored to comply with the specific safety and security standards required in diverse settings. 

The range of products offered by Algo includes IP speakers, paging adapters, displays, intercoms, and visual alerters. Organizations may deploy as many or as few compliant audio products from Algo to create tailored IP-based communication systems designed to satisfy the regulatory criteria established for different environments.  

Alyssa’s Law

Algo products comply with Alyssa’s Law, offering effective audible and visual communication solutions that enable schools to effectively set up a silent alert system. With the 1203 Call Switch, public elementary and secondary schools can adopt a panic button that directly notifies law enforcement in case of an emergency. 

1203 panic button for schools
Algo 8180 IP Audio Alerter for Carrie's law

Kari’s Law & Ray Baum’s Act

Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act often work together to make it easier for callers to reach 911 and for emergency services to locate callers. Kari’s Law compliance requires that anyone can reach an emergency call center when dialing from a multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) environment. Ray Baum’s Act mandates the conveyance of a dispatchable location with 911 calls. Algo endpoints use MLTS technology to ensure compliance with both regulations. 

ADA – Americans with Disabilities Act

Algo devices meet ADA requirements for the visually impaired, offering effective communication solutions that cater to the needs of individuals with disabilities. With a variety of products, Algo endpoints offer crucial infrastructure, such as ADA compliant buttons and ADA compliant audio products, to ensure audible and visual communication is accessible to cater to a broad spectrum of needs, such as hearing or visual impairment. 

Algo 8138 Strobe Lights
Product Safety and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act

PSTI – Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act (UK)

This Statement of Compliance has been drafted in accordance with Schedule 1 of The United Kingdom’s Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (Security Requirements for Relevant
Connectable Products) Regulations 2023.

Manufacturing Compliances

TAA compliant Algo devices

TAA – Trade Agreements Act

Algo manufactures endpoints adhering to the rules set out by TAA compliance requirements. Algo’s TAA compliant products follow the rules set out regarding the manufacturing or substantial transformation of products in the United States and TAA-designated countries for fair and open international trade.  

NDAA – National Defense Authorization Act

Algo manufactures products using NDAA compliant telecommunications equipment. Algo adheres to the standards and regulations set forth in the NDAA compliance requirements, which includes various provisions related to national security and defense policies. 

NDAA compliant Algo devices

Technology Compliances

RoHS compliant products from Algo

RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances

Algo manufactures RoHS compliant products, ensuring specific manufacturing and supply chain processes are followed. Algo ensures all endpoints are manufactured without the use of restricted hazardous materials and follows the necessary regulations and standards established by the RoHS directive. 

FCC – Federal Communications Commissions 

Algo devices are put through a series of tests and certifications to ensure they are FCC compliant. FCC’s set of rules ensures organizations manufacture electronic devices in accordance with certain standards. This minimizes the potential interference with other electronic equipment and communications systems.  

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