ASL Safety & Security's range of radio microphones and accessories provide the option of adding mobile Public Address functions to the Voice Alarm system.
RPA01 Radio Microphone Transmitter
The RPA01 Roving PA Radio Microphone Transmitter is a multi-channel UHF handheld microphone, designed to work with the Radio Microphone Receiver installed within the ASL Safety & Security Station Announcement Point, the SAP02. The unit incorporates an internal aerial and microphone and has ten selectable channels.
RCS01 RPA Transmitter Charging Station
The RCS01 RPA Transmitter Charging Station is designed to recharge up to four of the RPA01 transmitters simultaneously. From a flat battery it typically takes two hours to recharge the lithium polymer batteries which are built into the RPA01 transmitters.
RMR01 and RMR02 Radio Microphone Receiver Kit
The RMR01 and RMR02 Radio Microphone Receivers are self-contained high quality, fully synthesised diversity receivers, designed to fit within the ASL Safety & Security SAP Station Announcement Points.
RRM02 Remote Radio Microphone Receiver
The RRM02 Remote Radio Microphone Receiver provides a method of implementation of RPA (Roving Public Address) functions to defined loudspeaker zones. This unit is a convenient and compact method of providing a radio microphone receiver when a SAP02 Station Announcement Point is not required.
ANT03 Whip Antenna
The ANT03 is a straight quarter wave whip radio microphone antenna. It is suitable for 840–875 MHz applications, such as the Radio Microphone Receiver.
ANT04 Low Profile Antenna
The ANT04 is a low profile omnidirectional radio microphone antenna. It is suitable for 840–880MHz applications. All components are enclosed in a lightweight and weather resistant flame retardant LSZH ABS moulding.
ANC01 Radio Microphone Antenna Combiner Unit
The ANC01 Radio Microphone Antenna Combiner unit provides a method of combining either three or four radio microphone antenna connections, so that they can be fed into a twin input diversity Radio Microphone Receiver. Typically this unit will be used when more than two antennae are needed to provide adequate radio microphone coverage in a PA zone.