ASL EAP STATION ANNOUNCEMENT POINT
ASL EAP Station Announcement Point
SAP02
REF: AS-EAP-SAP02

The SAP02 Station Announcement Point is housed in an IP65 vandal resistant, lockable wall-mounting box. It is designed to work with the whole range of ASL Voice Alarm and Public Address systems, and is normally used for making announcements to station platforms. The unit features indicators for ‘Busy’ and ‘Speak Now’.

The SAP02 supersedes the earlier SAP01 Station Announcement Point and its mechanical design provides improved protection against water ingress, is more robust internally, and provides easier installation and operation. Additionally the back box has a splash protected drain hole to provide drainage of unprevented ingress of liquid.

A processor within the Station Announcement Point interfaces all LEDs and switches to the Router by means of a serial interface, while microphone audio is provided as a balanced 0 dBu (nominal) analogue signal. The unit features a built-in signal limiter to accommodate varying operator technique. The microphone’s processor is also responsible for generating an outgoing low-frequency surveillance tone which is used to monitor the audio connection to the Router, while microphone capsule monitoring is performed by injection and monitoring of a signal such that either open or short circuit of the capsule or associated wiring will indicate a fault.

Servicing & Maintenance
Servicing & Maintenance

Service & Maintenance contracts are designed to meet the needs of the Client. We offer PA / VA and associated system health checks, maintenance and audibility testing to BS5839. We also provide system upgrades and changes, remedial works, and problem solving to component level. Reports are provided detailing work carried out and recommendations. Regular maintenance visits increase the operational life of a system.

Voice Alarm Systems
Voice Alarm Systems

Voice Alarm Systems are essentially “Life safety systems” for the controlled evacuation of offices, complexes and public buildings by means of the clear transmission of intelligible messages.