The VIGIL2 LPCB BS EN54 certified voice alarm system
A voice alarm (VA) system (sometimes referred to as a ‘voice evacuation’ or ‘VACIE’ system) enables phased evacuation from a building (or area) during an emergency such as a fire.
A voice alarm system uses pre-recorded messages and/or live announcements to inform and evacuate people effectively during a fire or other life-threatening emergency. Research has proved that this is a far more effective method of evacuation than traditional bells or sounders.
For every day use, a voice alarm system can also used as a feature-rich public address (PA) system, background music broadcast to selected (or all) areas, broadcast of advertisements or other timed messages, and more. (Voice alarm is referred to in BS5839-8 as ‘VACIE’).
Unlike a public address system, a voice alarm system continuously ‘self-monitors’. It will even work during a power cut (mains failure) for a given time, due to back up batteries
. This means that the system will always work – it can be relied upon.
VIGIL3 amplifiers work with VIGIL2 routeing
What is voice alarm?
Voice Alarm Evacuation (VACIE) explained
DSP routers and slaves
VIGIL EVAS range.
Class D power amplifiers.
Employing switch mode technology.
Wall-mountable, stand-alone system.
Copper or fibre networking solutions.
Field termination modules.
Loudspeaker line monitoring devices.
Emergency, fire, paging and ambient noise sensing.
State-of-the-art PC paging technology.
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