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FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS - VOICE EVACUATION & PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS - AVAC

 

 

CODE DESCRIPTION
VA403 Master AVAC dual 60W max peak amplifier, charger and PSU. Includes fire alarm interface, fire mic., paging and BGM connections
VA403H Master AVAC dual 60W max peak amplifier, charger and PSU c/w standby amp. Includes fire alarm interface, fire mic., paging and BGM connections
VA402 Slave AVAC dual 60W max peak amplifier, charger and PSU. Includes local paging and BGM connections
VA402H Slave AVAC dual 60W max peak amplifier, charger and PSU c/w standby amp Includes local paging and BGM connections
VA405 Firefighter’s microphone, max 1 per system
VA405X Firefighter’s microphone, max 4 per system
VA406 Line level paging mic. max 1 per system
VA406X Line level paging mic. max 4 per system
L/MASTER Loudspeaker line tester
PNGN Pink noise generator
VA421A 6” 6W ceiling speaker
VA422A 8W wall mounting metal cabinet speaker
VA423 8W wall mounting bi-directional speaker
VA428 30W pendant speaker, needs VA490 or VA492
VA430 6W round wall/ceiling speaker in metal cabinet
VA490 Ceramic terminal block/thermal fuse assembly
VA492 VA loudspeaker metal termination box c/w ceramic terminal blocks and fuses

 

 

The AVAC is a low-cost, high-quality modular voice alarm system, purposely designed to simplify the provision of a fully BS5839 part 8 and BS EN 60849 compliant voice alarm system.

The fact that multiple AVACs (and slaves) can be connected to one host fire detection system makes the AVAC ideal not just for simple one zone installations but for virtually all small to medium sized applications (including phased evacuation projects) in offices, shopping centres, hotels, leisure centres, etc.

In one compact, wall-mounting enclosure, the AVAC comprises:-

  • Conventional and analogue (Apollo XP95/ Xplorer/Discovery) fire alarm interfaces
  • A high-quality digital message store containing programmable Evacuate, Alert and Test messages
  • A prioritised mixer
  • Two x 60W max. peak Class D amplifiers (plus an optional standby amplifier)
  • An EN54-4 compliant switch mode power supply and battery charger
  • Three balanced line level inputs for the (optional) connection of a firefighter’s microphone, PA and background music equipment
  • Space for a CH24/7 Valve Regulated Lead Acid battery typically providing at least 24 hours standby and 30 minutes alarm running time
  • A slave line level output allowing the connection of up to 10 slave AVAC amplifiers. (Slave amplifiers are typically used to extend loudspeaker coverage in areas such as large warehouses. They also allow greater flexibility in the segregation of public address paging and background music distribution as they have their own paging and background music inputs
     
   

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