TOA Canada release intelligible audio device for video management system
By FFIC Staff
By FFIC Staff
With the continued migration in the security market to IP network integration, TOA Canada Corporation has announced the release the IP-A1SC15 Horn Speaker. Combined video and audio systems automate the primary response to emergency situations, with audio devices you can provide help and respond immediately with a live announcement.
“We understand the importance of IP speakers for the Canadian market,” said Peter Maclean, Regional Sales Manager for eastern Canada. “Offering a high performing SC series horn with the ability to support various industrial network protocols makes my job a lot easier.”
The focus of the new IP horn was to ensure its compatibility with VMS systems. The integration allows project designers and installers to utilize the IP features to add a voice component to their system solution.
Capacity to broadcast in four different modes allow for integration with industrial network protocols. The modes include, SIP Live Voice Announcement, in both P2P and SIP server connection, Group Broadcasting, up to 10 different groups, VMS Live Broadcast with connected camera or audio device and Remote API Audio Playback, up to 20 sound sources. This versatility energetically seeks out projects of all sizes.
The horns have the ability to prioritize network announcement with prerecorded messages. The Offset Volume Adjustment Function allows you to increase or decrease sound volume and set volume level by time of day. Additionally, installation and set up with a VMS system is a simple three-step process.
For more information about TOA Canada Corporation, visit www.toacanada.com.