Federal Signal’s 30W AM30 AudioMaster public address speaker features an omnidirectional swivel mount that allows the unit to be pointed anywhere within a 360-degree half-sphere of area. There is a 1½-inch diameter voice coil, and “rim centered” ferrite magnet structure for long life and durability under extreme operating conditions.
Eaton’s Wheelock STH-15S loudspeaker is designed for sound projection and penetration for indoor and outdoor life safety and mass-notification applications. The weather-resistant construction and reentrant acoustic path ensure protection against water, humidity, vermin and corrosion.
DeWalt’s DCR006 job site Bluetooth radio speaker is powered by AC/DC, runs off battery packs and features up to 100 feet of reception. There are USB power and auxiliary ports. It has a rubber overmold and feet, and it’s compact for portability and storage.
Klein Tools’ AEPJS3 Bluetooth job site speaker features embedded magnets, an integrated hook and a 20-hour run time. It can charge smart phones, tablets and other small devices with USB-A and USB-C ports. It charges in three hours or less, and the built-in microphone enables hands-free calling using voice control.
Viking Electronics’ PSA-IP paging speaker adapter converts existing analog paging speakers to SIP/multicast speakers. It features a 6W class D amplifier and allows a single PSA-IP to power up to six paging speakers in a single paging zone, providing 1W of paging power to each speaker.
Federal Signal’s 15W 110 series loudspeaker is used for industrial public address and general alarm applications. It is transformer-coupled to fine-tune the sound output and balance the audio load. Mounting is provided by a stainless-steel ratcheted mounting bracket that locks the sounder in position at a specific angle without slipping.