System Sensor has expanded the capabilities of its ExitPoint™ directional-sound technology by adding voice output to give building occupants easy-to-understand, verbal instruction during a fire scenario.
For example, devices positioned at a stairwell will use broadband sound, making it possible for occupants to pinpoint the location. In between these bursts of broadband sound, a voice will clearly enunciate the words “stairs up” or “stairs down,” as well as “exit here” or “area of refuge,” at the appropriate locations.
Instructions in 15 language combinations, in addition to ExitPoint’s broadband, directional sound, are available to guide occupants to safety. The languages are:
Tags: Directional sound
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