Lencore’s i.Net speaker enables masking to be distributed uniformly throughout the space. Typically hung above the ceiling tiles, the speakers fill the plenum with sound that gently filters into the environment below to create privacy. It distributes sound masking and paging.
Viking Electronics’ 22TB-IP drop-in ceiling tile speaker enables two-way conversations and end-point paging. It features a shallow depth and lightweight design that make for a quick installation in drop or suspended ceilings. The speaker’s white grill blends in with existing ceiling tiles and air vents.
Federal Signal’s 15W, IP-enabled speaker is designed for indoor and outdoor use. It can be remotely configured for volume and noise-level adjustments and available with white, red, amber, blue and green LEDs. It can also be remotely configured for volume and noise-level adjustments.
Bosch’s 10W bidirectional speaker can be mounted on the ceiling or wall in indoor or outdoor areas. Damage to the loudspeaker does not result in failure of the circuit to which it is connected, so system integrity can be maintained. It has a ceramic terminal block, thermal fuse and heat-resistant, high-temperature wiring.
Viking Electronics’ ceiling and wall speaker allows for standard paging and background music. Its shallow depth allows the speaker to be conveniently mounted in a standard 2-by-4-in. stud wall or ceiling. It also allows users to program secure relay control. It features a 6W amplifier. The LED can be programmed to light during paging.
Lencore’s n.FORM speakers are designed to be an integrated part of Lencore n.FORM engineered system solutions. Typically hung above the ceiling tile or gypsum ceiling, they enable sound masking to be distributed uniformly throughout a space.