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Connecting to a video surveillance or IP telephony system, Axis Communications' C3003-E exponential network speaker facilitates emergency message transmission or long-range and intelligible evacuation with easy outdoor installation.

Axis C3003-E

The network speaker Axis C3003-E, with bugle-like design, offers easy outdoor installation (Squares, Stations, Schools, Stadiums,...) to spread emergency messages or announcements with clear, long-range voice projection over the network.

This open platform device can be connected to a video surveillance or IP telephony system for the dissemination of messages from anywhere. In live video monitoring situations, C3003-E allows the operator to remotely target people and deter them from committing unwanted acts, as well as play pre-recorded audio files when activated manually or automatically to respond to an alarm situation.

Axis C3003-EAxis C3003-E is activated with video management software (Vms) -such as Aimetis, Genetec, Milestone Systems and Nice Systems, as well as Axis Camera Station 4.20-, compatible with two-way audio and voice over Internet protocol telephony systems (Voip) who use SIP (login protocol).

It has an integrated amplifier compatible with PoE power and connects directly to an IP network with a network cable for communication and power.

Axis C3003-EWith low energy consumption, this exponential network speaker offers sound power that exceeds 121 dB and allowing a projection of the message up to 100 Meters.

The system developed by this network security manufacturer also incorporates a self-testing functionality to test its proper functioning

Sergio Fukushima, Axis Communications technical manager, stresses that "the C3003-E speaker is a true IoT device (Internet of Things) that offers many advantages for being connected to an IP network. One of the differences, For example, is its Auto Test function, that checks if the device is up and running and provides audio feedback to the system, which makes it possible to be certain that the message is being issued".


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By • 22 Apr, 2015
• Section: Deep down, Alarms, Detection, Intrusion, Urban security