Outdoor speakers WCM-32
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The SMM-8SA pre-recorded audio messages managing module, integrated with the PA system, allows sending messages to the loudspeakers of the installation according to the time schedule settings, with control of up to 8 zones. The device operates standalone; the computer is only used to adjust the parameters and to store settings and MP3 files on the drive, via Ethernet connection and from integrated WebServer, which works from any browser.
The SMM-8SA equipment manages up to 50 programs, each one consisting of a message, the destination zones and the schedule of activation. The message is composed by one, two or three MP3 audio files, thus facilitating the use of repetitive messages that only changes a part of it. Each message can go to one, several or all zones. The comprehensive time schedule includes start and end dates, launch time, frequency, repetition, and exceptions -festivities and holidays- ... The system incorporates an RTC (Real Time Clock) and a 4 GB memory.
The audio output is configurable 0 dB / -60 dB, with front volume control, and comes along with a relay output to activate the general priority and 8 open collector outputs to control a loudspeakers switcher. In addition, the SMM-8SA incorporates 8 input contacts to trigger special messages, with priority over normal ones, allowing message activation, at any time, from pushbuttons or remote contacts.
The above features and the good quality/price ratio, make the SMM-8SA a suitable solution for class changes in education, shift changes in industry, diffusion of the offer of the day in stores, informative tasks, beginning of perfomances either in auditoriums or theaters...
Set of call and signalling mechanisms to equip accessible bathrooms, according to the specified system in the technical building code (DB SUA - SUA3). This code establishes that accessible bathrooms must have a call system that allows the user to know that the call has been received, with acoustic and light signalling, in a control centre or a frequent use site.
SPORT CENTER FOR UP TO 1.200 SPECTATORS. Ben Aknoun (Algeria). In the Pavilion’s main hall of Ben Aknoun has been installed 32 OPTIMUS two-way speakers with power rating of 150 W. In other areas, more than 160 speakers with power rating of 30 & 60 W have been placed, all of them controlled through the digital audio matrix UMX. The sports hall also has a simultaneous translation system, UHF wireless microphones and local preamplifiers to facilitate the audio transmission from those locations within the pavilion where the activities take place, towards the speakers.
OPTIMAX IN INDIA’S MOST POPULOUS CITY. Mumbai (India). The first Indian monorail stations have been equipped with digital power units UP-ETH (series 7) and desktop control microphones DC-600EH, both belonging to a public address and voice alarm system OPTIMUS, also integrated into the Passenger Information Display System (PIDS).
Railway station PA systems not only emit low-volume background music in station foyers, common areas and stores, but also play an essential role in broadcasting announcements of train arrivals and departures. Adverse acoustics on platforms, where noise levels are high and variable, require PA systems based on studies and simulations in order to determine the right type, number, location and power of speakers, and the audio processing necessary for proper intelligibility. OPTIMUS systems not only fulfil these requirements, but also integrate with other systems in the station, using the infrastructure of the data network if necessary, and forming part of the global safety, evacuation and voice alarm system..
In hotels, sound systems provide guests different experiences: music and announcements in the lobby, corridors, bar, terrace and restaurants, connection of personal equipment to matrix-type systems in function rooms and meeting rooms, specific musical environments for spas, gyms and swimming pools, customised sound in guest rooms... all of which is integrated with the compulsory PA voice-alarm system.
In addition, the signalling and video intercommunication systems allow you to identify and communicate with guests at entrances to certain areas like the car park, spa or gym.