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Cisco Voice Modules and Interface Cards

Voice/Fax Network Modules for the Cisco 2600/3600/3700 Routers

 

Data Sheet


Low Density Voice/Fax Network Modules
for the Cisco 2600, 3600 and 3700 Series Routers


Updated August 2003
Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 low density voice/fax network modules provide enterprises, managed service providers and service providers the ability to directly connect the PSTN and legacy telephony equipment to existing Cisco 2600, Cisco 3600, and Cisco 3700 routers. This provides immediate multiservice advantages, such as telephony toll bypass, new packet telephony applications, and full gateway integration within a Cisco AVVID architecture.

Figure 1
NM-2V Module with One Two-Port FXO VIC with battery reversal detection and Caller ID support (VIC-2FXO-M1)

The low density voice/fax network modules for the Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 series multiservice access routers enable packet voice technologies including VoIP (H.323, MGCP and SIP), VoFR and VoATM. Cisco voice solutions provide the means for integrating both voice and data within a single network allowing users to take advantage of services, such as toll-bypass, without sacrificing voice quality. Cisco IOS® software also incorporates built-in quality-of-service (QoS) features along with standards-based encapsulation providing efficient direct transport of both voice and fax over IP, Frame Relay and ATM networks. These Cisco IOS solutions enable time-sensitive voice traffic to be moved across even low-bandwidth WAN connections with the priority and quality voice/fax demands. Transporting voice over IP networks continues to provide transport flexibility since IP can be routed across a multitude of WAN technologies (leased lines, Frame Relay, and ATM) along with providing direct connectivity to the desktop.

These low density/fax network modules also provide the gateway to Cisco AVVID architectures for calls to and from the PSTN and legacy telephony equipment (including PBXs, analog telephones, fax machines and key systems). Users can deploy networks which leverage investments in existing legacy telephony equipment while also deploying and integrating IP telephony immediately or in the future. These network modules enable users to operate at any point on the voice, video & data integrated infrastructure spectrum while incrementally adding connections to both legacy telephony and IP telephony on these networks.

The low density voice/fax network modules slide into Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 network module slots and contain either one or two voice interface card (VIC) slots. The VICs are daughter cards that slide into the voice/fax network modules and provide the interface to the telephony equipment and the PSTN. Just as the Cisco WAN interface cards can be swapped with other WAN interface cards, the Cisco VICs can be deployed interchangeably with other VICs in the voice/fax network modules. This built-in flexibility and investment protection are key reasons for the world-wide popularity of Cisco modular branch office router products.

VICs currently available include two-port foreign exchange station (FXS), direct inward dial (DID), foreign exchange office (FXO), Centralized Automated Message Accounting (CAMA) and E&M analog interface cards. Also available are a two-port ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) digital interface card providing no phantom power and a two-port ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) digital interface card providing -48V phantom power. These cards cover the entire range of analog connectivity options along with user side Q.931 and QSIG digital BRI connections (see chart). A Cisco 2600 series, including 2691 and 2600XM, or a Cisco 3620 can house one voice/fax module that contains up to two VICs, a Cisco 3640 can house up to three modules with a total of six VICs, and the 3660 holds up to six network modules providing a maximum of 24 analog voice ports. In addition, a Cisco 3725 can house two voice/fax modules with a total of four VICs and a Cisco 3745 can house up to four modules with a total of eight VICs.

Module/VIC   Description 

NM-1V

One voice/fax interface card slot network module

NM-2V

Two voice/fax interface card slot network module

VIC-2FXS

Two-port FXS voice/fax interface card

VIC-2FXO

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card [also see VIC-2FXO-M1]

VIC-2E/M

Two-port E&M voice/fax interface card

VIC-2FXO-EU

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card (for Europe) [also see VIC-2FXO-M2]

VIC-2FXO-M1

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for US, Canada and others) [enhanced version of the VIC-2FXO]

VIC-2FXO-M2

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for Europe) [enhanced version of the VIC-2FXO-EU]

VIC-2FXO-M3

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card (for Australia)

VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE

Two-port BRI voice/fax interface card (terminal side)

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

Two-port BRI voice/fax interface card (network and terminal side)

VIC-2DID

Two-port DID (direct inward dial) voice/fax interface card

VIC-2CAMA

Two-port CAMA trunk interface card

Table 1   Cisco Voice Interface Card Applications

VIC Type  Application 

VIC-2FXS

Use to connect directly to phones, fax machines, and key systems (generates battery polarity reversal with IOS Plus 12.1.2T and later and generates Caller ID using IOS Plus 12.1.3T or later).

VIC-2FXO

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections

VIC-2E/M

Use to connect to PBX or key system trunk lines

VIC-2FXO-EU

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections in Europe

VIC-2FXO-M1

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections in the U.S., Canada and other countries. Includes support for battery polarity reversal detection and Caller ID (requires Cisco IOS Plus 12.1.2T and later and supports Caller ID using Cisco IOS Plus 12.1.3T or later).

VIC-2FXO-M2

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections in Europe. Includes support for battery polarity reversal detection and Caller ID (requires Cisco IOS Plus 12.1.2T or later for battery reversal and supports Caller ID using Cisco IOS Plus 12.1.3T or later)

VIC-2FXO-M3

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections in Australia

VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE

Use to connect to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections (ISDN voice BRI)

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

Use to connect as network side to PBX or key system and to provide off-premise connections (ISDN voice BRI)

VIC-2DID

Use to provide off-premise direct-inward-dial connection to CO. Serves only incoming calls from the PSTN. Supports caller ID.

VIC-2CAMA

Use to connect to CAMA trunk to provide E-911 service (North America only)

Feature   Benefit  

Voice/Fax over IP

Voice and fax traffic are transport independent, because IP traffic at Layer 3 can travel over any Layer 1 or Layer 2 media, including ISDN, leased lines, serial connections, Frame Relay, Ethernet, Token Ring, and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).

Voice/Fax over Frame Relay

Applications requiring voice and fax traffic to be routed directly over Frame Relay networks will take advantage of FRF.11 and FRF.12 VoFR and fragmentation standards. This solution also uses features found only in Cisco IOS software for maintaining voice quality. VoIP can also be transported over FR.

Voice over ATM

Transport voice directly over ATM networks using AAL2 or AAL 5 encapsulation. Leverages existing ATM networks as a direct transport method for voice. VoATM requires ATM interfaces such as T1/E1 ATM, IMA, DS3/E3 or OC-3, or DSL WICs. VoIP can also be transported over ATM.

Connection Trunk

Creates a permanent tie-line replacement structure (digital-to-digital, digital-to-analog, or analog-to-analog capabilities).

LVBO (Local Voice Busy-Out)

Automatically busy out any desired voice trunk line to a PBX or PSTN when a direct WAN or LAN connection to the router is down. Also, busy out a far end trunk connection when configured for Connection Trunk.

Caller ID Support

Per-port configurable caller ID to phones connected to analog FXS voice ports using per call un-blocking if desired. Also provide caller ID over analog FXO and DID voice interfaces. Interoperates with analog phones, PSTNs, PBXs, H.323 terminals (i.e. Microsoft Netmeeting), Cisco Call Manager and IP phones.

Call Admission Control using RTR

Uses Response Time Reporter (RTR) to determine latency, delay and jitter and provide real-time ICPIF calculations before establishing a call across an IP infrastructure. RTR packets emulate voice packets receiving the same priority as voice throughout the entire network. A superior method to data and ping packets for determining congestion levels.

Voice and Fax over Same Port

Ports can be used for both voice and fax traffic--no dedicated ports are required.

Works with Existing Phones, Faxes, PBXs, and Key Systems

No user retraining is required.

H.323 v3/v4 Compatibility

The Cisco voice/fax modules are interoperable with numerous emerging voice and videoconferencing applications, such as Microsoft NetMeeting, Intel Internet Phone, LAN-based IP telephony equipment, and Cisco Call Manager.

High-Performance DSP Architecture

The Cisco voice/fax modules offer extremely low latency, which is essential for high-quality voice and fax traffic; the DSP architecture also enables all critical functions to be handled in software, which allows for simple code updates, scalability, and new features.

ITU Standards G.729, G.729a/b, G.711, G.723.1, G.726 and G.728

These are standards-based compression technologies allowing transmission of voice across IP, Frame Relay and ATM. G.711 is standard 64 kbps PCM modulation using either u-law or A-law.

Silence Suppression/Voice Activity Detection (VAD)

Bandwidth is used only when someone is speaking. During silent periods of a phone call, bandwidth is available for data traffic.

Comfort Noise Generation

To better simulate phone calls over voice networks, this feature reassures the phone user that the connection is being maintained, even when no voice packets are being transmitted.

Dial Plan Mapping

Automatic mapping of dialed phone numbers to IP addresses simplifies configuration and management.

Dual Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Tone Processing

This feature enables access to voice-mail and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems.

Fax and Modem Passthrough

Allows fax and modem traffic to pass through a voice port.

Fax Relay

Provides a more robust protocol for fax transmission over packet networks. Also supports the T.37 and T.38 fax protocols.

Country-Specific Signaling

This feature transparently delivers customary phone signals to users, facilitating acceptance of new technology.

Autocalling/PLAR

With this feature, a destination phone can be configured to automatically ring when the handset is lifted (also known as Private Line Automatic Ring-down—PLAR).

Hunt Groups

Calls can be forwarded automatically to the first available line.

Battery Polarity Reversal Detection and Initiation

Detection of disconnect supervision and far-end answer supervision via battery polarity reversal provides a robust method of providing supervisory disconnect especially for loop start signaling on FXS and FXO interfaces (12.1(2)T and later Cisco IOS Plus images support battery polarity reversal on the VIC-2FXS, VIC-2FXO-M1 and VIC-2FXO-M2 VICs).

Supervisory Disconnect

Signalling protocols such as loop-start do not provide means for quickly detecting when the call initiation is terminated prior to call connection. Supervisory disconnect quickly makes this determination and frees valuable resources for other calls.

ISDN BRI Network Side and Phantom Power

Cisco IOS software releases 12.1.5T provide the ability to connect PBX configured as user side directly to the router. Phantom power is also provided to accommodate equipment that requires it.

CAMA trunk connection

Cisco IOS software release 12.2(11)T provides the ability to connect to analog CAMA trunk which allows E-911 services.

Software and Memory Requirements

  Cisco IOS Software Version  
Product   Cisco 2600  Cisco 3600  Cisco 2691/2600XM/3700 

NM-1V

11.3(4)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

11.3(1)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

NM-2V

11.3(4)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

11.3(1)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXS

11.3(4)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

11.3(1)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXO

11.3(4)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

11.3(1)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2E/M1

11.3(4)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

11.3(1)T or later

12.0(1)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXO-EU

11.3(6)T or later

12.0(2)T or later

11.3(6)T or later

12.0(2)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXO-M1

12.1(2)T or later

12.1(2)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXO-M2

12.1(2)T or later

12.1(2)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2FXO-M3

11.3(6)T or later

12.0(2)T or later

11.3(6)T or later

12.0(2)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE

12.0(3)T or later

12.0(3)T or later

3660 requires 12.1.2T

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

12.1.(3)XI or later

12.1.(5)T or later

12.1.(3)XI or later

12.1.(5)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2DID

12.1(5)XM1 or later

12.2(2)T or later

12.1(5)XM1 or later

12.2(2)T or later

12.2.(8)T or later

VIC-2CAMA

12.2.(11)T or later

12.2.(11)T or later

12.2.(11)T or later

The VIC-2E/M requires Cisco IOS Plus version 11.3(6)T for on-premise connections in Australia.

Please refer to the Cisco IOS® release note for determining the minimum flash and DRAM memory requirements.

Specifications

NM-1V

One voice/fax interface card slot network module

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(1)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(4)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-02489-01

FCC Specifications

FCC Class B device

Spare

NM-1V=

Mean Time between Failures (MTBF)

946,423 hours

Requires One VIC

VIC-2FXS 800-02493-01

VIC-2FXO 800-02495-01

VIC-2E/M 800-02497-01

VIC-2FXO-EU 800-03639-01

VIC-2FXO-M1 800-05298-01

VIC-2FXO-M2 800-05920-01

VIC-2FXO-M3 800-04581-01

VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE 800-03803-1

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE 800-07272-01

VIC-2DID 800-06487-01

VIC-2CAMA 800-18443-01

NM-2V

Two voice/fax interface card slot network module

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(1)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(4)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-02491-01

FCC Specifications

FCC Class B device

Spare

NM-2V=

MTBF

755,717 hours

Requires at Least One VIC (maximum of two)

VIC-2FXS 800-02493-01

VIC-2FXO 800-02495-01

VIC-2E/M 800-02497-01

VIC-2FXO-EU 800-03639-01

VIC-2FXO-M1 800-05298-01

VIC-2FXO-M2 800-05920-01

VIC-2FXO-M3 800-04581-01

VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE 800-03803-1

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE 800-07272-01

VIC-2DID 800-06487-01

VIC-2CAMA 800-18443-01

VIC-2FXS

Two-port FXS voice/fax interface card

Interface Type

Foreign exchange station

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(1)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(4)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM,and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-02493-01

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXS=

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling Formats

Loop start, ground start

Ringing Tone

Configurable for different country requirements

Ringing Voltage

<45 Vrms at 5 REN at 25 Hz (configurable frequency)

Ringing Frequencies

20 Hz, 50 Hz

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

2,248,909 hours

VIC-2FXO

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card

Interface Type

Foreign exchange office

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(1)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(4)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-02497-01

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO=

Signaling Formats

Loop start, ground start

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Tone Disconnect Supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Power Interrupt Disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of > 600 msec

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

2,302,609 hours

VIC-2E/M

Two-port E&M voice/fax interface card

Interface Type

For PBX trunking

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(1)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(4)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-02497-01

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety Conformance

UL 1950

Spare

VIC-2E/M=

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling Formats

Immediate, delay dial, wink start

Signaling Types

I, II, III, and V

E-Lead Current Limit

100 mA

M-Lead Sensitivity

> 3 mA

Pulse Distortion

< 2%

Physical Connector

4 wire/2 wire

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

1,943,521 hours

VIC-2FXO-EU

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card (for Europe)

Interface Type

Foreign exchange office

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(6)T or later for Cisco 3600 or 12.0(2)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(6)T or later for Cisco 2600 or 12.0(2)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-03639-01

Compliance

CE, CTR-21

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO-EU=

Signaling Formats

Loop start

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Tone Disconnect Supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Power Interrupt Disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of > 600 msec

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

1,010,264 hours

VIC-2FXO-M1

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID (for US, Canada, Japan and other countries)

Interface Type

Foreign exchange office

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.1.2T or later for Cisco 3600 and 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM,and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-05298-01

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO-M1=

Signaling Formats

Loop start, ground start

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Tone Disconnect Supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Battery Polarity Reversal Detection

Detection of disconnect supervision and far-end answer supervision via battery polarity reversal

Power Interrupt Disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of > 600 msec

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

546,560 hours (using Bellcore model)

VIC-2FXO-M2

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for Europe)

Interface Type

Foreign exchange office

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.1.2T or later for Cisco 3600 and 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM,and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-05920-01

Compliance

CE, CTR-21

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO-M2=

Signaling Formats

Loop start

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Tone Disconnect Supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Battery Polarity Reversal Detection

Detection of disconnect supervision and far-end answer supervision via battery polarity reversal

Power Interrupt Disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of > 600 msec

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

656, 116 hours (using Bellcore model)

VIC-2FXO-M3

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card (for Australia)

Interface Type

Foreign exchange office

Cisco IOS Requirement

11.3(6)T or later for Cisco 3600 or 12.0(2)T or later for Cisco 3600

11.3(6)T or later for Cisco 2600 or 12.0(2)T or later for Cisco 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM,and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-04581-01

Compliance

AUA TS.002, AUA TS.003

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO-M3=

Signaling Formats

Loop start, ground start

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Tone Disconnect Supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Power Interrupt Disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of > 600 msec

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

1,010,264 hours

VIC-2BRI-ST-TE

Two-port BRI voice/fax interface card (terminal side)

Interface Type

ISDN Basic Rate Interface

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.0(3)T or later for Cisco 3600 and 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-03803-01

Compliance

FCC Part 68

CS03

CTR3

TS-031

JATE Green Book

Safety Conformance

UL1950, CAN/CSA-C22.2, IEC 950, EN60950

Spare

VIC-2BRI-ST-TE=

ITU Compliance

ITU-T Q.920, Q.921, Q.930, Q.931

Interface

Four wire user side S/T

ISDN Digital Access

Basic Rate Interface (BRI) 4B+2D

Physical Connector

RJ-45

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

2,951,544 hours

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

Two-port BRI voice/fax interface card (network side)

Interface Type

ISDN Basic Rate Interface

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.1(3)XI or 12.1(5)T later for Cisco 3600 and 2600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-07272-01

Compliance

FCC Part 68

CS03

CTR3

TS-031

JATE Green Book

Safety Conformance

UL1950, CAN/CSA-C22.2, IEC 950, EN60950

Spare

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE=

ITU Compliance

ITU-T Q.920, Q.921, Q.930, Q.931

Interface

Four wire user side S/T or network side NT

ISDN Digital Access

Basic Rate Interface (BRI) 4B+2D

Physical Connector

RJ-45

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

1,991,520 hours

VIC-2DID

Two-port DID voice/fax interface card

Interface Type

Direct inward dial trunk

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.1(5)XM1 or 12.2(2)T later for Cisco 2600/3600

12.2(8)T or later for Cisco 2691, 2600XM, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-06487-01

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety Conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2DID=

Address Signaling Formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling Formats

Immediate, delay dial, wink start

Disconnect Supervision

Power denial (Calling Party Control, far-end disconnect)

Caller ID

On-hook transmission of FSK data

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

3,270,000 hours

VIC-2CAMA

Two-port CAMA trunk interface card (user side)

Interface Type

CAMA trunk

Cisco IOS Requirement

12.2(11)T or later for Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700

Cisco Part Number

800-18443-1

Compliance

FCC Part 68

Safety Conformance

UL1950, CAN/CSA-C22.2

Spare

VIC-2CAMA=

Signaling Format

wink

Battery Polarity Reversal Detection

Detection of disconnect supervision via battery polarity reversal

Physical Connector

RJ-11

Number of Connectors/Ports

Two

MTBF

613,250 hours

Homologation

The following VICs are approved for the countries listed below for off-premise and on-premise connections.

VIC-2FXO  VIC-2FXO-EU  VIC-2FXO-M1  VIC-2FXO-M2  VIC-2FXO-M3  VIC-2BRI -S/T-TE  VIC-2BRI -NT/TE  VIC-
2DID
 

USA

Canada

Hong Kong

New Zealand

Japan

Malaysia

Taiwan

Bulgaria

Hungary

Russia

India

Mexico

CE countries*

Saudi Arabia

Belarus

USA

Canada

Singapore

Poland

Hong Kong

New Zealand

Japan

Malaysia

China

India

CE countries*

UAE

Bulgaria

Israel

Australia

USA

Canada

Australia

Singapore

Poland

CE countries*

Hong Kong

New Zealand

Japan

Malaysia

Romania

Saudi Arabia

Taiwan

UAE

Belarus

Bulgaria

Hungary

Israel

China

Czech Republic

Russia

USA

Canada

Australia

Singapore

Poland

CE countries*

Hong Kong

New Zealand

Japan

USA

Canada

Australia

CE countries*

Hong Kong

VIC- 2CAMA

USA

Canada

 

*European Community countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxemborg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.