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In an emergency such as a fire, an earthquake or a terrorist threat, the priority is to save people’s lives and therefore receiving the right alert messages at the right moment is vital.
Most emergency systems that are used nowadays in many facilities are based on sound alarms or flashing lights that do not provide an effective warning to evacuate the building quickly and effectively. Valuable seconds are lost until people react because at first, they may believe that it is an emergency drill, that the alarm bells are ringing because of a failure or simply because they just feel blocked in the absence of clear indications.
There is evidence that people react more quickly and calmed when they hear a voice instead of a bell, and with a voice alarm system for evacuation we can:
The EN 54, is an European standard for Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems and is mandatory throughout the EU and it is being adopted around the world.
Specifically the EN 54-16 indicates the requirements for Voice Alarm Control and Indicating Equipment, the EN 54-24 is applicable to voice alarm loudspeakers and the EN54-4 for the Power supply equipment.
In some countries, the Building Technical Code stipulates that a Voice Alarm System that fulfills the EN 54-16 must be installed in any case when the new building is a hospital and in any public building and if the occupation exceeds 300 people.
At MAJORCOM we are experts in the implementation of the EN 54 standard and our solutions have been successfully installed throughout the world.
Our new Voice Alarm System for Evacuation EXEO, is specially designed to meet and exceed this standard requirements, ensuring an outstanding performance in the most demanding situations. Its versatility makes it as well a powerful and affordable PA system and a BGM system for all facilities regardless of their size.
For more information about the EN 54 standard, EXEO Voice Alarm System or any other MAJORCOM Tech solutions, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org