Emergency Remote Microphone
The RM-200SF is a Fireman's Microphone of the matrix system. It is equipped with an Emergency key, permitting it to be used as a remote microphone for emergency broadcast. Zone selection and microphone announcement can be made at the time of emergency broadcast. It offers a surveillance function to detect failures including microphone element failure. The RM-200SF has three function keys that can be set as individual or group selection keys, and each key is linked with the corresponding two indicators. Connecting the optional RM-210, RM-320F Extension units to the RM-200SF expands the number of function keys and indicators in blocks of ten.
ABS resin, bluish grey (PANTONE 538 or equivalent)
200 x 215 x 95 mm (W x H x D)
EMC clamp x 1, Wall mounting bracket unit x 1, Wall mounting screw x 2, Box mounting screw x 2
Fire station with easy-to-use hand-held microphone with talk button, 3 programmable buttons and a button with folding safety cover with emergency functions, expandable to Max 55 keys. Very easy to use with preprogrammed features, including:
- Entering emergency mode, with or without a pre-programmed emergency sequence with stored messages through the covered alarm key
- Manual announcements are made into selectable areas, call
- Select background music
- Activation of preprogrammed transfers of any sources in any areas
- Display specific error messages
- Alarm acknowledge and reset
- Start, pause, skip and stop alarm sequences in specific sections of the fire
- Lamp test
Ready light, General failure indicator and VU-meter. Built-in speaker to listen to the chime programmable before and/or after the broadcast. Adjustable microphone and speaker levels. Monitoring of control and audio paths, as well as the preamplifier according to EN 60849, EN54-16 and ISO 7240-16. In the hand-held microphone of built-in beeper to monitor the MIC capsule including the acoustic-electric conversion. As an additional safety feature can the CPU at failure of the intercom is switched off and announcements in all areas be discontinued.