4EVAC Talat utrymningslarm i väggskåp, 6x100W, exkl. batteri & EOL
Voice Alarm Control and Indicating Equipment Compliant with: EN54-4, EN54-16 and EN54-17 - EN50130-4
• Up to 255 nodes per system with ‘peer to peer’ system redundancy; • Max distance between nodes: 250 m (standard FTP CAT5e cable); • No practical limit to network loop length; • 200 kbit datastream; • 2 x 12 kHz audio live-streams; • Redundant ring technology; • 2 live anti-parallel audio streams. • Upstream priority channel; • Downstream second channel and/or back-up channel.
The Compact 500 Networked VACIE solution is based on distributed boxed-amplifiers concept. This cutting-edge of digital audio-distribution technology, represents a variety of compact self-contained Wallmounted Control and Indicating Voice-Alarm panels, creating a flexible and still simple to control distributed VACIE concept.
The Compact 500 is a thoroughly ‘system-in-a– box’ concept which offers the simplicity of a standalone conventional system and the benefits of global Network topology.
The Compact 500 drives 2 ‘live-stream’ audio channels and one serial data channel (RS485) over a redundant Global-Network-Loop into global zones and operates a 6-channel message players that send synchronized audio into the local zones. This way each Compact 500 has the ability to generate 6 differents audio-streams playing into the local zones simultaneously.
Each Compact 500 contains the necessary routing to serve up to 6 single zones of 6 x 100W RMS with additional active back-up amplifier. With a maximum of 255 boxed-VACIE panels in a Global Network, each serving 6-zones, a single installation can reach over 1500 speaker lines, cumulated into multiple paging zones within an architecture of 256 priorities. Its redundant token ring network topology provides a communications platform for global incident warnings, control and information sharing that does not require any form of centralized processing.
Each Compact 500 holds a copy of the global system settings on an exchangeable SD card and is able to continue working even in the event of total loss of communication. This ensures unparalleled survivability compared to conventional systems that rely on a central control device. This highly reliable concept is copied through the whole range of dedicated field devices.