Baldwin Boxall extends voice alarm range
Baldwin Boxall has added two products to its voice alarm range: the BVRD2M4 mini router and BVRD microphone controller.
BVRD2M4 Mini four zone voice alarm router
This new unit is small enough to fit alongside a VIGIL2 amplifier and power supply in one 19 mainframe.
The unit’s four electronically balanced inputs have both independent priority and level settings, allowing for dual mode. Input one is configurable to bypass the processor with an all call facility.
All four outputs have ten band parametric equalisation with audio delay, the inputs have three band (plus bass and treble) equalisation; providing a high degree of audio processing and enhancing intelligibility.
Features include: built-in real time clock, six flash stored messages, automatic amplifier changeover, ambient noise sensing, decentralised networking, fully configurable using USB2 connection and many more.
BVRD microphone controller
This unit has been designed specifically for the voice alarm (VA) market and will interface with Baldwin Boxall’s VIGIL2 routers. The BVRD performs as a paging microphone, fire microphone or an emergency all call microphone.
The new microphone controller features LCD screens to indicate zone name, input source and fault status. There is also a screen, which allows the user to scroll through pre-recorded messages stored on the EVAS router.
The BVRD controller is available in four different sizes: 8, 16, 24 or 32 zone. For systems with more zones the company recommends employment of its touchscreen technology (also demonstrated on the stand). The fully monitored unit includes features such as: all call paging, programmable function keys, emergency control mode, volume adjustment for any zone and fault indicators.