Wall mounting compact Voice Evacuation Systems PASO

PASO present new Wall mounting compact Voice Evacuation Systems: PAW4500-VES Range 500W

The new compact voice evacuation systems for emergency plant presented by PASO at SECURITY ESSEN are equipped with a EN54-16 & EN54-4 certified control unit – specifically designed for ease of installation and for operating in a vast range of applications.
These systems are able to manage, depending on the model, up to 6 alarm zones via local controls, remote microphone station and controlled inputs.

Three available models:

  • PAW4502-V   2 zones | double output line (A+B)
  • PAW4504-V   4 zones | double output line (A+B)
  • PAW4506-V   6 zones | double output line (A+B)

Functional features

  • Audio rated power: 500 W freely distributed between the zones up to a maximum of 250W (for each zone).
  • 4.3” touch screen back-lighted display for alert & evacuation zone selection, levels adjustment, settings and failure visualization.
  • Fireman’s monitored microphone on the front panel (included).
  • Sending of EVACUATION and ALERT pre-recorded messages.
  • 7 monitored control inputs, each of which is configurable to play evacuation and/or alert messages, programmable for each zone, or for the reset of the messages.
  • 1 VOX input / 3 configurable relay outputs.
  • Double output A+B per zone.
  • Secure front-panel button for operating the emergency system complete with LED indicator.
  • Front-panel reset button.
  • Possibility to source either BGM or paging announcements from an auxiliary input or microphone.
  • Possibility to connect up to 16 paging units.
  • Possibility to connect up to 4 remote emergency microphone units or, as an alternative, up to 2 touch screen remote emergency microphone units.
  • Possibility to connect further PAW4500-VES (up to 6 units).
  • EN54-4 certified internal battery charger unit for 24Vdc secondary power supply (batteries not supplied).
  • Industry-standard 19” rack-mounting format (optional).

Download here technical information about new PAW systems