A voice alarm system, also known as a voice evacuation system, is a system that uses voice messages to instruct occupants of a building on how to respond in an emergency situation. These systems are designed to provide clear, intelligible voice instructions to guide people to safety in the event of an emergency.
The system typically includes a control panel, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and microphones. In the event of an emergency, the system can broadcast pre-recorded messages or live announcements to specific areas of the building. The messages can be customized and can be broadcast in multiple languages.
Voice alarm systems are used in a variety of settings, including office buildings, schools, hospitals, and public transportation facilities. They are an essential part of a building’s fire safety strategy, helping to ensure a quick and orderly evacuation.
We supply and install both standalone and fully networked Public Address & Voice Alarm Systems (PA/VA). Designed and built for each specific project, PA/VA systems offer the quickest means of evacuating large volumes of people out of a dangerous situation.
Unless you have complete confidence, you would not be at peace with the system that is installed to keep you safe. ORUS offers upto a minimum of 4 year manufacturer warranty as standard.
Voice evacuation systems are an enhancement of a fire alarm system. A voice evacuation system utilizes smoke and heat detectors, hand pulls, and more—but instead of horns and strobes to alert occupants of a fire, it annunciates the notification through speakers. With a voice evacuation system, pre-recorded messages can be used.
Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems are designed to facilitate communication during emergency situations. They are fixed, monitored, and maintained, bidirectional, full duplex voice communication systems. These systems assist in the orderly evacuation of disabled or mobility impaired people and enhance firefighters’ communication during emergencies.
A public address system (or PA system) is an electronic system comprising microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and related equipment. They are used to broadcast information from a single or multiple sources to large groups of people in commercial and public places.
They provide clear and audible announcements and emergency notifications in various settings.
A Disabled Refuge System is a set of devices designed to provide robust fire-resistant audio communication between the Fire Service or any person involved with the rescue operation, and wheelchair-bound persons who may be trapped on upper floor levels in a fire situation.
The system comprises multiple refuge points and a central control panel. A disabled refuge point is where a person can temporarily wait in a fire emergency.
Fire telephones are hardwired full duplex communications systems with monitoring and battery backup. These telephone handsets are permanently installed throughout a building to allow firefighters easy communication with the main control panel.
Emergency telephones are phones specifically provided for making calls to emergency services and are most often found in places of special danger or where there is likely a need to make emergency calls.
A disabled toilet alarm is a simple yet extremely useful system that can be installed in all sorts of bathrooms and helps to alert and notify fellow building dwellers if any differently-abled person is in trouble or distress while using the toilet or bathroom. These alarms are triggered and activated by pulling on a cord.
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