A public addressable system or a PA system is an electronic sound amplification and distribution system with a microphone, amplifiers and loudspeakers. These devices are used to help a person address a small or large public in the way of announcing any instructions or information. In general, they are also used for music as well as delivering a speech.
Did you know that these public address systems are used in fire detection and alarm systems? Yes, this system forms the central part of any fire detection and alarm system, which helps alert the occupants in the building if any fire accidents occur.
You can find quality Public Addressable Systems manufactured by Palladium safety solutions. The PSS-PAS model PA system is made sure that they meet industry standards. The PA systems made here are 32-Zone PA panels that are compatible with 2-wire.
The PSS-PAS is an 32-Zone PA panel. It is indicating equipment forms the central part of a fire detection and alarm system. The 2-wire is compatible with this devices. And it is the central part of conventional fire alarm system, designed for applications requiring smoke detector, bell, manual pull stations, and sprinkler supervision. Each zone can be disabled by a button. The basic unit offers 1 to 16 zones of initiation, up to 32 zones for larger applications.
This panel allows the user to monitoring Fire alarm system along with the provision to make live/ pre recorded announcements. In built speaker is used to produce voice alarms and also facilities instant two way communications with the talkback unit. This panel can control external speakers individually for making announcements, playing music etc.
Expandable up to 2 to 50 zones
16 x 2 line LCD
Common fire & Fault annunciationwindows
Analogue meters to measure AC supply,
Battery current and DC operating voltage
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Fire Public Addressable Systems (PA systems) are essential to any conventional fire alarm system. They are interconnected with smoke detectors, bells, and manual pull stations to alert people during a fire. This article will explain how fire PA systems work and discuss their features.
The alarm system will be triggered when interconnected fire-detecting devices detect a fire. The in-built speaker in the PA system will then produce pre-recorded voice alarms to alert people in the building. The PA system also supports two-way communication with the talkback unit, allowing manual alerts using the attached gooseneck mic.
PA systems come in small and large sizes, with the number of zones being the key differentiating factor. The basic unit has 1 to 16 zones of initiation, while the larger PA system comes with 32 zones. Additionally, the PA systems have a capacity of 2 to 32 zones, which can be expanded up to 50 zones. The system is designed keeping industrial standards in mind, ensuring the quality and reliability of the system.
The PA system is connected to 32 different zones and using the zone-wise detector switch, buttons on unaffected zones can be manually switched off, reducing commotion and avoiding unnecessary panic. Moreover, the PA system supports a battery power system, thanks to the inbuilt battery charger and battery space, and it has mains, AC fails, and the fuse is blown LED indications.
The input supply for the system is 230 V AC, and the standby supply is 24 V DC/10 Amp. Palladium offers customizable current consumption depending on the client's needs. The detection O/P is 24 VDC, and the hooter O/P is 100 V AC. The system's robust build is made of MS sheet housing, providing a long life. Finally, the PA system has an attachable music player facility, making it versatile for use in applications other than fire alarm systems.
Fire PA systems are essential to any conventional fire alarm system. Their features make them suitable for public venues requiring announcements or alerts to be heard over a large area. Understanding how these systems work and their qualities can help you decide when choosing a fire PA system for your building.
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