Addressable Loop Powered Sounder Beacon


Addressable Loop Powered Sounder Beacon

This sounder beacon unit is engineered with a high sound buzzer and LED flasher to produce audio-visual alerts at the time of fire emergency. This addressable device can be assigned to one or multiple zones  to produce alerts only for the specified zones, there keeping the other areas undisturbed. This sounder requires no exclusive wiring, and can be connected in the same loop that comprises fire detectors, call points etc.

Exclusive Features
  • No exclusive wiring required
  • Individual ON/OFF control from panel
  • Bright flashing LED with buzzer tone as alert 
  • Multiple zone assignment
  • ID can be changed from panel
  • Detailed location description settings
  • Electrical supervision
  • Soft addressing
  • Transient Protection upto 2.4KV
Technical Summary
Electrical Specifications 
Operating voltage : 17-27V DC
Quiescent current : 1mA
Sound level : 90 dB at 10 feet
Alarm current : 30mA
Alarm : White LED (Flashes)
Sound type : Buzzing tone
General Specifications
Operating temperature : 0ºC to 49ºC 
Storage temperature : 5ºC to 40ºC 
Humidity : 0-95% RH (Non-condensing)
Available Color : White, Red colors.
Compatibility : AU101X Protocol
Housing : Polycarbonate
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions(HxWxD) : 86mmx86mmx25mm
Without Backbox : 38g
With Backbox : 62g
Know More

What are Sounder Beacons and why are they required?

Sounder Beacons are audio-visual utilities required to alert occupants of potential threats such as fire, earthquake, terrorism etc. High sounding siren tone is a sign recognised by occupants for immediate evacuation.

For environments with high ambient noise, or for those with hearing impairments etc. flasher in the sounder device provides visual signal for emergency. 

What is multiple zone assignment feature in sounder/speaker?

The multiple zone assignment feature by Airlight allows the sounder/speaker device to be assigned to a particular zone or multiple zones.

Meaning, if there is a fire at Zone 1 of the building, the sounder devices that are assigned to Zone 1 alone would be triggered while the rest remain silent. This act can keep the other areas undisturbed.

By multiple zone assignment, one sounder unit can be assigned to sound when there is a fire emergency in one or more assigned zones. 

How is Airlight's Addressable Speaker with flasher a better advantage over Sounder Beacons?

Airlight's new Speaker cum flasher replaces conventional buzzer sound with sophisticated voice messages that pin point the emergency location thereby reducing panic. It also includes a high intensity LED flasher for visual indication.

It also servers as a regular speaker for playing music, making announcement etc. with volume control facility.

Every speaker in the Addressable network has a unique ID. Location description detailing can be done for each and every speaker unit using the ID as reference. The user can also control the ON/OFF status, multiple zones assignment, isolation etc. to an individual speaker or even a group of speakers.



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