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You must first provide some basic account information. All fields marked with an asterisk * or "Thumbs down/up" symbol are required and include an easily-remembered User ID, Password, First name, Last name, and Email address. To help protect your account, you must also provide three Security Questions and Answers. You provide the Password, Email address, and each Security Answer twice to help avoid accidental typos.
In many installation codes it is necessary to have redundancy in critical signal routes like speaker cables (Loop or AB cabling), between fire panel and the PAVA system. In some installation codes this includes also the connection to the fire men paging microphone. If the connection is lost, there is no way for any live announcement to people which are potentially or actually in high danger. Our paging station supports redundant cable connections to two separate Comprio with Ethernet (not standalone version of Comprio) or DOM. This means it is possible to connect two (CAT5) cables to one paging station providing redundant operation. For redundant operation, two cables (CAT5) connected to one paging microphone are needed. The digital paging microphone DCS15 RE serves for the selection of loudspeaker circuits and for setting off speech announcements as well as various gong or alarm sounds. It features 12 freely configurable keys, 13 LED's and a gooseneck microphone. The paging microphone is connected with our DAL (Digital Audio Link) bus to a Comprio or DOM by a standard CAT5 cable. All audio signals and all control signals are transmitted digitally. The function of the microphone of the digital paging microphone is permanently acoustically monitored. The DCS15 RE also provides an external audio input and output which can be used for connecting audio devices such as CD players. Up to four DAL bus links can be connected to a DOM. Every DCS in the system can simultaneously generate and receive different voice transmissions and control signals. A digital paging microphone can be offset up to 300 m by means of a CAT5 cable. Extension to a greater distance is possible with fiber optic (FO) cables - see respective FO converters which are needed additionally. A redundant connection with FO cables can be be achieved. If more keys and/or LEDs are needed, it is possible to add up to six digital key modules (DKM18), which allows the increase of the total number of available keys and LEDs to 120 per call station.
A 3 m long CAT5 cable for connecting the digital communication unit to a wall jack, is included in delivery.