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Bosch Plena Mixing Amplifier Ple-1Mexxx-In These Plena Economy mixer amplifiers are professional public address units with modern state of theart features. They are easy to use, taking the complexity away from the user and putting it where it belongs, inside the equipment. Providing a crisp call or clear music is as easy as turning on the radio. Offering the essentials of public address in an affordable package. Features: 60W/120W/240W Mixer Amplfier 2 tone chime 4 ohm and 100V output 4 microphone i/p's Models: PLE-1ME-060-IN: 60 watt Plena Mixing Amplifier PLE-1ME-120-IN: 120 watt Plena Mixing Amplifier PLE-1ME-240-IN: 240 watt Plena Mixing Amplifier
PRS-NCO3 Praesideo Network Controller Public address and emergency sound system control unit Control and routing of 28 simultaneous audio channels Ethernet interface for configuration, control diagnostics, and logging Digital storage for pre recorded messages EN 54 16 and ISO 7240 16 system certification
LBB 4401/00 Network Controller The LBB 4401/00 Network Controller unit is the heart of the Praesideo system. The unit is capable of routing up to 28 simultaneous audio channels, delivering power to the system (except for power amplifiers), fault reporting and controlling of the system. The audio inputs can be announcements from call stations, background music or local audio inputs. The network control unit can be configured for any complex public address configuration via the PC. The PC need not be connected permanently to the unit as it works independently from the PC. If a PC is connected to the network controller unit, all status changes in the system can be displayed through the configuration and diagnostic logging software, supplied with the unit. The unit can be free-standing on a tabletop or mounted in a 19" rack.
Praesideo Digital Public Address And Emergency Sound System There are four types of power amplifier units in the Praesideo product range. These differ in the number of amplifier channels per frame and the power ratings of the individual amplifier channels. The types of power amplifiers are as follows: LBB 4421/10 1 x 500 W Power Amplifier LBB 4422/10 2 x 250 W Power Amplifier LBB 4424/10 4 x 125 W Power Amplifier LBB 4428/00 8 x 60 W Power Amplifie The power amplifiers can be selected for 100 V, 70 V and 50 V output tapping. Audio input is provided via the fiber optic network cable. The power amplifiers are equipped with amplifier monitoring and change-over relays. The amplifier provides short-to-ground and short-circuit detection functions. If an end-of-line supervision card is plugged in, the loudspeaker lines are also monitored for open circuits. The pilot tone for the monitoring is generated in the power amplifier itself. The power amplifiers are equipped with audio processing facilities for each amplifier channel. It is possible to have 3 parametric equalizer sections and 2 shelving equalizers. The power amplifiers can be connected to the network line directly. Ambient microphone connection enables output level adjustment for maximum intelligibility. The power amplifier has a provision for connecting a 48 V DC backup power supply. The 48 V is protected against reverse polarity, and availability of the 48 V supply is continuously monitored.
Bosch Plena Booster Amplifier The Booster amplifiers are powerful power amplifier in a 2U high 19”case (3U housing for LBD 1938) for rack mounting or tabletop use. The Bosch booster amplifier series with its varied amplification range fulfills a wide variety of public address requirements at a surprisingly low cost. The amplifier is protected against overload and short circuits. The system has two balanced inputs with priority control, each with a loop-through facility. This makes it easy to connect remote systems that require priority control. An additional 100V line input is provided to connect the amplifier to a 100V loudspeaker line to provide more power to remote locations. The amplifier has 70V and 100V outputs for constant voltage loudspeaker systems, and a lowimpedance output for 8 ohm or 4 ohm loudspeaker loads. Specification :- Wide range of power amplifier 120w/240w/480w Multiple outputs - 70 V / 100 V and 8/4 ohm Temperature controlled forced front to back ventilation, directly stackable Mains, battery back-up, and pilot tone supervision Dual inputs with priority switching (LBD 1938) Excellent signal to noise ratio (> 90 dB) Models: LBD1930/00: 120W Plena Booster Amplifier LBD1935/00: 240W Plena Booster Amplifier LBD1938/00: 480W Plena Booster Amplifier
Bosch FPA-1000-V2 Addressable Fire Panel Support for up to 508 points on two analog addressable loops Builtin Ethernet connector for webbrowser based programming and ConettixIP Alarm-over-IP communication Carbon Monoxide Detector (gas) support meets NFPA 720 (2009) requirements for visual and audible annunciation AutoLearn mode for easy provisioning Online help and offline programming capability provide simple configuration and service
Address Fire Panel FPA-5000 Modular configuration allowing for easy extension Interconnection of up to 32 Panel Controllers, Remote Keypads, and OPC servers Multiple CAN loop connection with highperformance Ethernet backbone and redundancy Installation and auto-detection of functional modules by simply plugging them into the panel rail Connection to BIS Building Integration System via OPC server
Bosch Conventional Fire Panel High-value modern optics – suitable for public access areas Plain text LCD Available for 2, 4 or 8 detector zones for up to 64, 128 or 256 detectors Optional use of EOL module (EN 54-13 requirement) Strong 3 A power supply Model No. FPC-500-2: 2 Zone Conventional Fire Panel FPC-500-4: 4 Zone Conventional Fire Panel FPC-500-8: 8 Zone Conventional Fire Panel
FAP-440 Analog Photoelectric Detectors Smoke threshold is adjustable and automatically compensated Rotary switch addressing Flexible work modes determined by the control panel Selectable base locking mechanism prevents malicious removal of the detector Multicriteria or multisensor technology reduces false alarms
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