Viking Electronics推出了天花板扬声器—30AE-70V,用于70伏和25伏寻呼系统,既经济又动态。扬声器均匀、准确、经济地分配声音。

该30AE-70V有效地产生高品质的音频,是一个伟大的除了海盗的寻呼收集,” said Paul Speltz, Senior Engineer, Viking Electronics, Inc.

30AE-70V天花板扬声器

Viking’s new 30AE-70V ceiling speaker is designed to evenly distribute sound from a 70-Volt or 25-Volt paging amplifier. It mounts into an 8.25 to 10-inch diameter cut-out or enclosure which is neatly concealed by the speaker’s faceplate.

30AE-70V具有优异的高质量声速响应。五个可选功率抽头使每个扬声器的卷使其位置的适当级别。每个30AE-70V可以处理高达10瓦的电力。

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