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ASL VAR Intellevac Audio Control Unit - Rack Mount - Base
ASL VAR Intellevac Audio Control Unit - Rack Mount - Base
AS-VAR-VAR8-ACU(EN54
The VAR8-ACU is a rack mount version of the Wall Mount Intellevac ACU Audio Control Unit. The Audio Control Unit is the central point for controlling the routing of audio in a network of physically distributed Slave Nodes, either wall mount Intellevac Distributed Amplifier Units (DAU) or rack mount systems.The Intellevac BS5839 Network uses a RS485 data ring together with three audio rings, to allow for concurrent broadcast of ALERT, EVACUATE, and Fire Microphone audio. Both the audio and data network rings are tolerant to open and short circuit faults, and operate over MICC or other fire rated cables. The flexibility of the PA/VA fire network controlled by the ACU to include both wall mount and rack mount Slave Nodes, allied with the capacity to support up to 120 network audio zones, make the Intellevac Network the ideal PA/VA solution for large sites.Announcements and DVA messages initiated from the ACU, or any microphone connected to it, can be broadcast to any zone across the network. The ACU includes 4 DVA messages, 3 network audio outputs, and 8 universal Mic/Line inputs, each of which can support an ASL multi-zone Paging Microphone. A ninth audio input is provided for miscellaneous functions such as background music. Inputs 1 & 2 support Fire Microphones, which act as an All-Call override across the whole network in the event of processor failure, as required by BS5839 Pt 8.The built-in fire alarm interfaces include 6 opto-isolated sounder circuit inputs, a RS485 serial port, and a common fault output relay. The base unit VAR8-ACU can have a built-in EFI01 European Fire Interface Card, which replaces the base unit opto-isolated interfaces with 8 analogue non-isolated interfaces and 8 open collector digital outputs. With the addition of the EXP8 Interface Expansion Board, an additional 10 opto-isolated inputs are provided.Field connections are provided by screw-in terminals. A serial control port gives the Router the ability to be remotely monitored and configured. The VAR8-ACU also has a front panel display and control interface that provides functions for system commissioning, fault monitoring, and audio monitoring.
ASL VAR Router 12x12 Dsp - En54
ASL VAR Router 12x12 Dsp - En54
AS-VAR-VAR12(EN54)
The VAR4, VAR12 and VAR20 are DSP-based Voice Alarm & Public Address routers, allowing routing of 4, 12 or 20 audio inputs to any combination of 4, 12 or 20 outputs with EN54 compliance. In addition to audio routing these units provide full system control and fault reporting functions for ASL’s rack mount Voice Alarm systems. This includes the monitoring and control of up to 64 amplifier mainframes (V400 and X400) and their associated amplifier interface card/surveillance units.The VAR4 router provides digital storage for 2 x 66 second and 2 x 50 second DVA messages, four audio outputs, and four universal mic/line inputs. The VAR12 has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 12 universal audio inputs, 12 audio outputs, and storage for 4 x 66 second and 4 x 50 second DVA messages. The VAR20 again has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 20 universal audio inputs, 20 audio outputs, and storage for 6 x 66 second and 6 x 50 second DVA messages.Each input can be used with an ASL multi-zone paging microphone, Fire Microphone, Station Announcement Point, or other source. All-call or zoneable Fire Microphones may be connected to inputs 1 & 2. These act as all-call failsafe override microphones in the event of processor failure, as required by BS5839 Pt 8.Fire alarm interfacing is built in, as are numerous routing and general control inputs. A serial control port enables interfacing to ASL’s VIPA IP PA products and iVENCS Control Systems, and also to third party PC/DVA or site control systems. This port also gives the router the ability to be remotely monitored and configured. There are many other built in functions which are accessible via the front panel LCD display or via the PC based Router Configuration Tool.The router has a front panel display and control interface for commissioning the system, fault monitoring, diagnostics and for audio monitoring. Access to all configuration settings is controlled by a 4 digit PIN code. The indicators and controls are EN54 compatible or use the original GUI and indications according to the selected version. The EN54 version is the standard product. The original version is for use for spares on existing systems and may be used for non-EN54 installations.
ASL VAR Router 20x20 Dsp - En54
ASL VAR Router 20x20 Dsp - En54
AS-VAR-VAR20(EN54)
The VAR4, VAR12 and VAR20 are DSP-based Voice Alarm & Public Address routers, allowing routing of 4, 12 or 20 audio inputs to any combination of 4, 12 or 20 outputs with EN54 compliance. In addition to audio routing these units provide full system control and fault reporting functions for ASL’s rack mount Voice Alarm systems. This includes the monitoring and control of up to 64 amplifier mainframes (V400 and X400) and their associated amplifier interface card/surveillance units.The VAR4 router provides digital storage for 2 x 66 second and 2 x 50 second DVA messages, four audio outputs, and four universal mic/line inputs. The VAR12 has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 12 universal audio inputs, 12 audio outputs, and storage for 4 x 66 second and 4 x 50 second DVA messages. The VAR20 again has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 20 universal audio inputs, 20 audio outputs, and storage for 6 x 66 second and 6 x 50 second DVA messages.Each input can be used with an ASL multi-zone paging microphone, Fire Microphone, Station Announcement Point, or other source. All-call or zoneable Fire Microphones may be connected to inputs 1 & 2. These act as all-call failsafe override microphones in the event of processor failure, as required by BS5839 Pt 8.Fire alarm interfacing is built in, as are numerous routing and general control inputs. A serial control port enables interfacing to ASL’s VIPA IP PA products and iVENCS Control Systems, and also to third party PC/DVA or site control systems. This port also gives the router the ability to be remotely monitored and configured. There are many other built in functions which are accessible via the front panel LCD display or via the PC based Router Configuration Tool.The router has a front panel display and control interface for commissioning the system, fault monitoring, diagnostics and for audio monitoring. Access to all configuration settings is controlled by a 4 digit PIN code. The indicators and controls are EN54 compatible or use the original GUI and indications according to the selected version. The EN54 version is the standard product. The original version is for use for spares on existing systems and may be used for non-EN54 installations.
ASL VAR Router 4x4 Dsp - En54
ASL VAR Router 4x4 Dsp - En54
AS-VAR-VAR4(EN54)
The VAR4, VAR12 and VAR20 are DSP-based Voice Alarm & Public Address routers, allowing routing of 4, 12 or 20 audio inputs to any combination of 4, 12 or 20 outputs with EN54 compliance. In addition to audio routing these units provide full system control and fault reporting functions for ASL’s rack mount Voice Alarm systems. This includes the monitoring and control of up to 64 amplifier mainframes (V400 and X400) and their associated amplifier interface card/surveillance units.The VAR4 router provides digital storage for 2 x 66 second and 2 x 50 second DVA messages, four audio outputs, and four universal mic/line inputs. The VAR12 has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 12 universal audio inputs, 12 audio outputs, and storage for 4 x 66 second and 4 x 50 second DVA messages. The VAR20 again has all functions of the VAR4, but offers 20 universal audio inputs, 20 audio outputs, and storage for 6 x 66 second and 6 x 50 second DVA messages.Each input can be used with an ASL multi-zone paging microphone, Fire Microphone, Station Announcement Point, or other source. All-call or zoneable Fire Microphones may be connected to inputs 1 & 2. These act as all-call failsafe override microphones in the event of processor failure, as required by BS5839 Pt 8.Fire alarm interfacing is built in, as are numerous routing and general control inputs. A serial control port enables interfacing to ASL’s VIPA IP PA products and iVENCS Control Systems, and also to third party PC/DVA or site control systems. This port also gives the router the ability to be remotely monitored and configured. There are many other built in functions which are accessible via the front panel LCD display or via the PC based Router Configuration Tool.The router has a front panel display and control interface for commissioning the system, fault monitoring, diagnostics and for audio monitoring. Access to all configuration settings is controlled by a 4 digit PIN code. The indicators and controls are EN54 compatible or use the original GUI and indications according to the selected version. The EN54 version is the standard product. The original version is for use for spares on existing systems and may be used for non-EN54 installations.
ASL VAR Router 8x8 Dsp - A & B Audio Outs (Inc Var8-Exp Bo
ASL VAR Router 8x8 Dsp - A & B Audio Outs (Inc Var8-Exp Bo
AS-VAR-VAR8-E(EN54)
The VAR8 and its variants are DSP-based Audio Routers, allowing routing of audio inputs to any combination of their outputs. In addition to audio routing, the VAR8 provides full system control and fault reporting functions for the Application Solutions rack mount Voice Alarm systems.The control functions include the monitoring and control of up to 63 V400 Amplifier Mainframes, associated amplifiers, and surveillance interface cards. Each Mainframe connects to the VAR8 via an Audio-CANTM serial data network and audio monitor bus.The VAR8 is the base unit, which can be optionally supplied with an EXP8 Interface Expansion Board, an EFI01 European Fire Interface Card, and/or an ANIC Network Interface Card.
ASL VAR Router 8x8 Dsp - Base Model - A Audio Outs Only -
ASL VAR Router 8x8 Dsp - Base Model - A Audio Outs Only -
AS-VAR-VAR8(EN54)
The VAR8 and its variants are DSP-based Audio Routers, allowing routing of audio inputs to any combination of their outputs. In addition to audio routing, the VAR8 provides full system control and fault reporting functions for the Application Solutions rack mount Voice Alarm systems.The control functions include the monitoring and control of up to 63 V400 Amplifier Mainframes, associated amplifiers, and surveillance interface cards. Each Mainframe connects to the VAR8 via an Audio-CANTM serial data network and audio monitor bus.The VAR8 is the base unit, which can be optionally supplied with an EXP8 Interface Expansion Board, an EFI01 European Fire Interface Card, and/or an ANIC Network Interface Card.
ASL VAR Var Router Intellevac Network Interface Adaptor
ASL VAR Var Router Intellevac Network Interface Adaptor
AS-VAR-VAR-NIA
The VAR Router Network Interface Adapter (VAR-NIA) is a rack mount Network Interface Unit, which allows VAR12 and VAR20 Routers to be interfaced to an Intellevac Voice Alarm Network in compliance to BS5839. The VAR Router controlled zones may then be paged from the system Audio Control Unit, or any paging or emergency microphone which is connected to it. DVAs initiated from the Audio Control Unit may also be played. The Audio Control Unit can be either the wall mount Intellevac ACU Audio Control Unit or the rack mount VAR8-ACU. The Intellevac Network is the BS5839 solution for large sites with rack systems in multiple equipment rooms.In addition to enabling the operation of networked Voice Alarm system racks over multiple equipment rooms, the VAR-NIA is fully compatible with the Intellevac wall mounting Voice Alarm System, allowing hybrid system architectures, including both rack mount and wall mount units.The VAR-NIA supports four separate fault tolerant network loops run in a single CAT5 cable. There are three analogue audio loops, where the audio originates from the Audio Control Unit and is bi-directionally propagated around the network. The fourth loop is a RS485 data loop, and is used to transmit control information from the Audio Control Unit to the rest of the network, and status information back to the Audio Control Unit. Both the audio and data network loops are tolerant to open and short circuit faults.
ASL VAR Var8 Intellevac Network Interface Card
ASL VAR Var8 Intellevac Network Interface Card
AS-VAR-VAR-ANIC
Intellevac Network Interface Card for VAR8 router
ASL Vipedia RJ45 Din Terminal Breakout Adapter - Four Port
ASL Vipedia RJ45 Din Terminal Breakout Adapter - Four Port
AS-VIP-VIPEDIA-BOA02
The BOA02 is an interface board assists in connecting outputs from the VIPEDIA-12 to both the V2000 and V400 amplifier mainframes.The BOA02 is a simple Quad DIN Rail mount RJ45 cable Break Out Adaptor, which can be used to provide connections from non-RJ45 installation wiring to ASL VIPEDIA-12 IP Audio routers, and to similar equipment with RJ45 connections.The BOA02 has four RJ45 I/O ports and four blocks of eight terminals, plus four screen terminals. The four pairs of signals from each RJ45 port are each taken to a pair of terminals on one of the terminal blocks, and each terminal block has an associated screen connection which is taken to the RJ45 connector’s screen.
ASL Vipedia RJ45 Din Terminal Breakout Adapter - Single Port
ASL Vipedia RJ45 Din Terminal Breakout Adapter - Single Port
AS-VIP-VIPEDIA-BOA01
The BOA01 is an interface board that assists in connecting field cabling from microphones to VIPEDIA-12 RJ45 inputs.The BOA01 is a DIN Rail mount RJ45 cable Break Out Adaptor, which has many uses in providing connections from non-RJ45 installation wiring to ASL VIPEDIA-12 IP Audio routers. The primary applications of the BOA01 are to break out all of the connections from one RJ45 port to eight screw terminals, and to break out of the two Audio Input connections from each of four VIPEDIA-12 Audio Input Ports, where the additional data and power connections of the VIPEDIA-12 Audio Input ports are not required.The other main use is for the termination of heavy duty fire resistantEmergency Microphone installation cables to RJ45 patch leads, in order to enable connection to a VIPEDIA-12,  and also for the termination of installation cables which require End of Line Monitoring Resistors to RJ45 patch leads, in order to enable connection to a VIPEDIA-12.
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