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Ceiling loudspeaker 302GC
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ceiling loudspeaker
ceiling loudspeaker
ceiling loudspeaker
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Characteristics

Mounting
ceiling
Other characteristics
rugged
Sound level

Max.: 124 dB

Min.: 0 dB

Description

Available in 24VAC/DC, 120VAC and 240VAC Built-in gain control, adjustable between 0 dBa to 114 dBa @ 10' (0 dBa to 124 dBa @ 1m) Digital signal amplification Fused input and output Indoor/outdoor use Type 3R, IP54 enclosure CSFM Approved UL and cUL Listed Features Model 302GC SelecTone® Amplified Speaker is designed to produce crisp, clear tones, digital voice messages and live public address in harsh environments with high ambient noise levels. The rugged speaker cone and projector are constructed of spun aluminum. The internal circuitry, tone module, and gain control are contained in a housing constructed of die-cast aluminum. All surfaces are sealed with powder-coat paint. Dust- and moisture-proof gaskets provide protection from the elements. SelecTone Amplified Speakers are used individually or as part of a plant-wide emergency notification system. Model UTM Universal Tone Module with 32 tones, or model TM33-SD Custom Tone Module is plugged into a single SelecTone Amplified Speaker for stand-alone use or into a SelecTone Command Unit for plant-wide signaling. For plant-wide signaling, a Connector Kit is installed into each SelecTone Amplified Speaker and wired to a central controller. SelecTone Command Units and CommCenter® Digital Message Centers broadcast tones, voice messages, melodies and live public address to an unlimited number of SelecTone Amplified Speakers. Typical applications for SelecTone include emergency warning, plant evacuation, start and dismissal, public address, and process control signaling.

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