Next generation voice evacuation from TOA
Called Venas, the VM-3000 is TOA’s next-generation emergency voice evacuation system for incorporating into a paging matrix/mixer with DSP, digital messages, a priority microphone and power amplifier/zone selector.
The GUI programming interface designed for MS Windows provides a simple set-up and configuration via Ethernet. Designed to suit small to medium sized applications such as schools and shopping centres, the VM-3000 can expand to cover as many as 60 paging zones with a maximum of 3,600W at 70V. The VM-3000 system also allows for integration with fire and life safety systems, redundant power backup and amplifier line supervision, whilst including multi-level priority override from local or remote paging sources.
Bearing the EN-54/16 certification label, the VM-3000 carries UL2572 certification, which complies with new NFPA72 standards governing mass-notification systems. Available models include the VM-3240VA and VM-3360VA system amplifiers (with 240W and 360W at 70V respectively), the VM-3240E and VM-3360E expansion amplifiers, and the VM-300MF fireman’s microphone alongside the VM-320F fireman’s microphone extension.