2.3 Electric Installation

2N® EasyGate IP consists of a VoIP gateway in a black case, removable antenna and phone / PC / power supply connecting cables.

To put 2N® EasyGate IP in operation, connect the device to the power supply, connect an external antenna and insert the SIM card.

Device Connection to Power

Connect the supplied power terminals to the POWER connector, connect the power supply to the mains. The device activity is signaled by status LED indicators. Refer to Subsection 2.5 Overview of LED Indicators for details. 2N® EasyGate IP is fed with 9–30 V / 1 A DC. Where a source other than the included power supply is used, the allowed voltage range and polarity have to be maintained according to the technical parameters. AA batteries with the minimum contact height of 1.7 mm are only recommended.

In the case of a power failure, four NiMH size AA (1.2 V / 2000 mAH) batteries inside the device provide power backup and thus normal operation of the device. As part of the device, this battery pack is placed on the bracket bottom side and covered with a plate fitted with a screw. The cell polarity is indicated next to the battery pack space.

Use the O/I switch on the bottom side to turn the device off. By disconnecting the power supply you do not turn the device off but redirect the operation to the back battery source. 


  • We recommend that the Panasonic HHR-210AAB batteries included in the product delivery are used for power backup.


  • Upon the first 2N® EasyGate IP start or factory reset, a few successive restarts may occur during which MBN (VoLTE) is set on the device module.


  • 2N® EasyGate IP may not work properly if an adapter with incorrect values is used. An error-free operation of 2N® EasyGate IP is ensured only if an adapter supplied by 2N is used. If other adapters are used, 2N cannot guarantee error-free operation of the device.
  • Make sure that the power distribution network voltage matches the data provided on the power supply adapter label before connecting the device to the electric mains.
  • Whenever the power supply is disconnected or fails, power is automatically taken from the backup batteries.


  • The device may be operated in a temperature range of 0 °C – 50 °C if equipped with the provided batteries, or at temperatures outside this range without these batteries. Remember to use batteries with increased thermal resistance in order to make the backup function work. You can connect an external battery with increased thermal resistance or use an external battery placed under convenient temperature conditions.
  • Use only the recommended NiMH AA battery type for backup. These storage batteries are the only ones approved for use! If other batteries are used, there is a danger of device damage or even explosion!
  • At the end of service life, the batteries must be disposed of as hazardous waste in accordance with the local regulations.

Antenna Connection

Screw the enclosed antenna into the SMA antenna connector. Tighten the antenna connector gently with your hand, never use a wrench!

SIM Card Installation

Insert a SIM card (Mini SIM size) without PIN request into the SIM1 slot on the device bottom side. Push the SIM card to fix its position in the SIM slot. A properly inserted SIM card sticks out slightly from the slot. Check whether the SIM card has been inserted properly by examining its outline above the slot. To remove the SIM card, push the SIM card again to loosen it, slide out a little and make it ready for removal. Remember to set PIN deactivation and such provider services as call forwarding, call barring, preferred networks, SMS center, etc. in your mobile phone, for example, before inserting the SIM card in 2N® EasyGate IP. The SIM2 slot is used for inserting the backup SIM card. 


Verify your provider's SIM card settings too to make 2N® EasyGate IP work properly.

Phone Terminal Connection

In addition to an emergency intercom, 2N® EasyGate IP can be connected to any standard phone, answering machine or other terminal equipment equipped with an FXO interface. 

PBX Connection

Connect 2N® EasyGate IP to an unused line of your PBX (FXO). Configure the PBX in such a manner that the outgoing GSM calls are routed to 2N® EasyGate IP.