Emergency Audio System

Dec. 19, 2006
The Onyx Digital Voice Command (DVC) digital audio evacuation, page and firefighter’s telephone system uses eight channels of audio to deliver live, high-quality emergency paging, while simultaneously broadcasting multiple, distinct messages throughout an entire facility to selected areas.
The Onyx DVC is designed to provide critical information or instruction, to ensure the right people have the right information during a smoke, fire, chemical spill or weather event. Standard preprogrammed paging groups ensure that each group of building occupants receives the information most relevant to them. Onyx DVC also features up to five channels of firefighters telephone operation for communication among emergency responders.




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