Voice Alarm

Voice Alarm is increasingly important in the safe management of staff and the general public

The voice alarm system can help inform and assist occupants in the event of an emergency fire situation. In an emergency event the system can automatically prioritise areas to provide the most effective spoken warnings to evacuate the building. It is a fact that people react quicker and panic less with spoken messages against sounders or bells.

 

The complete voice alarm equipment range is third party tested to EN54 Pt 16 and Pt 4. The EN54, is a mandatory European standard for fire detection and fire alarm systems. The system also complies with all the recommendations in BS5839 Pt 8.

 

Each voice alarm system is designed and built specifically for each project – typically no two systems are identical. Selecting, designing and commissioning a voice alarm system can be complicated. At Cameo Systems Ltd we have a team of experts that will help you build the most suitable system for your building or project.

 

The voice alarm system is not just for use during emergencies. On a daily basis it can be used for public address, non emergency general information messages and background music.

VIPEDIA-12

The VIPEDIA-12 provides 12 analogue audio inputs and 12 outputs, together with two Ethernet IP ports and ASL Intellevac audio networking, all in a 1U unit. Up to four VIPEDIA-12 routers can be linked to provide routing from any or all of their inputs to their outputs in a 48 by 48 matrix, while connecting pairs of VIPEDIA-12s enables dual redundant ‘A’&‘B’ VA systems to be constructed1. The 20dB output level enabled intelligent speaker systems to be driven directly.

EMS10-EMS50

The EMS10, EMS20 and EMS50 Emergency Microphone Stations are EN54 compatible emergency microphones which provide live and pre-recorded message broadcast into user selected zones. The EMS10 provides 10 button selection capability whilst the EMS20 provides 20 buttons, and the EMS50 is formed from a 20 button EMS20 together with an additional 30 button EMX30 expansion unit. All microphones also provide EN54 compliant emergency functions and all EN54 mandatory indicators and controls.

EMS01-Mk2

The EMS01 Emergency Microphone Station is an EN54 compatible emergency microphone which provides All-Call functionality for making live emergency announcements to entire facilities. The microphone provides EN54 compliant emergency functions and all EN54 mandatory indicators and controls. The microphone is housed in a lockable wall-mounting box and features a graphic LCD display together with indicators for ‘Power’, ‘Voice Alarm’, ‘System Fault’, ‘Fault’ and ‘Speak Now’. The LCD display provides remote access to the list of active faults in the PA/VA system, while the EN54 mandated control keys enable navigation through the fault list, and also provide remote fault acceptance and clearance.

MPS10-MPS50

Amplifier Assembly Modular Paging and Emergency Microphones The MPS10, MPS20, MPS30, MPS40, and MPS50 are powerful and flexible paging microphones which can provide live, store-and-forward, and recorded message broadcast into user selected zones, and also provide EN54 compliant emergency functions and all EN54 mandatory indicators and controls.

M100-100W

The M100 is one of a range of high efficiency Class D Amplifiers for Public Address and Voice Evacuation applications. The amplifier is part of a modular system, and is housed in a V400 Amplifier Mainframe. The Amplifier Mainframe can carry various amplifier types, and carries interface cards which contain the amplifier’s monitoring electronics. The M100 will deliver 100 W to a 100 V loudspeaker line, even with the Amplifier Mainframe’s 230 V mains supply absent and right down to a 21 V battery supply voltage. The unique design negates the need to ‘sleep’ the amplifiers when in quiescent state. This improves efficiency and reduces heat dissipation.

M200-200W

The M200 is one of a range of high efficiency Class D Amplifiers for Public Address and Voice Evacuation applications. The amplifier is part of a modular system, and is housed in a V400 Amplifier Mainframe. The Amplifier Mainframe can carry various amplifier types, and carries interface cards which contain the amplifier’s monitoring electronics. The M200 will deliver 200 W to a 100 V loudspeaker line, even with the Amplifier Mainframe’s 230 V mains supply absent and right down to a 21 V battery supply voltage. The unique design negates the need to ‘sleep’ the amplifiers when in quiescent state. This improves efficiency and reduces heat dissipation.

M400-400W

The M400 is one of a range of high efficiency Class D Amplifiers for Public Address and Voice Evacuation applications. The amplifier is part of a modular system, and is housed in a V400 Amplifier Mainframe. The Amplifier Mainframe can carry various amplifier types, and carries interface cards which contain the amplifier’s monitoring electronics. The M400 will deliver 400 W to a 100 V loudspeaker line, even with the Amplifier Mainframe’s 230 V mains supply absent and right down to a 21 V battery supply voltage. The unique design negates the need to ‘sleep’ the amplifiers when in quiescent state. This improves efficiency and reduces heat dissipation.

PPM15

There are two type of fire microphone.  ‘All call’ and ‘zoned’. Supplied as desk mounted units.  Flexible gooseneck, 300mm long.

PEMG1

There are two type of fire microphone. ‘All call’ and ‘zoned’. A hand held noise cancelling microphone is used for both units. The microphone has an integral ‘press to talk’ switch, and is either mounted within a self contained wall mounting enclosure, or to the front of a custom panel.

PIM1000

The PRISM power supply chassis provides a distributed network of DC supplies. Each chassis contains 2 × 500VA monitored DC supplies.Primary power is derived from a 230 volt AC 50Hz supply, which is transformed and rectified to provide a + 24 volt DC supply. This supply, rated at 10 Amps RMS, is distributed via independently fused outputs to an appropriate number of amplifier chassis depending on amplifier loading. In addition, the supply is regulated and used to charge the secondary supply standby batteries. This secondary supply is used in the event of primary (mains) failure, and is supplied with sufficient capacity to meet the specification, 24 hours standby + ½ hour with tone and message into system load.

PIM4100 or PIM2200

PRISM amplifiers come in three different sizes 2 x 200 Watt, 4 x 100 Watt and 2 x 100 Watt. Power amplification within the system is provided by modular 19 inch rack mounted units. Each 2U high 19” chassis unit contains 4 identical power amplifiers, which are configured as 2 x 200 Watt, 4 x 100 Watt or 2 x 100 Watt bridge amplifiers.