EN 54-24 Ceiling Mount Speaker
TOA's PC-1867F and PC-1867FC Ceiling Mount Speaker features an iron-made dome that prevents the fire from spreading in the ceiling in case of an emergency situation.
The speaker can be easily installed using the speaker mounting spring and the dome can also be easily mounted in the speaker mounting hole in the ceiling panel. The PC-1867FC is provided with a ceramic terminal block of screw type.
The PC-1867FC complies with the British Standard BS5839 Part 8 and is certified with EN 54-24.
|Rated Input||6 W (for 100 V Line), 3 W (for 70 V Line)|
|Rated Impedance||100 V line: 1.7 k (6 W), 3.3 k (3 W), [6.7 k (1.5 W), 13 k (0.8 W): Internal wiring must be changed]
70 V line: 1.7 k (3 W), 3.3 k (1.5 W), [6.7 k (0.8 W), 13 k (0.4 W): Internal wiring must be changed])
|Sensitivity||90 dB (1 m, 1 W, 330 - 3,300 Hz Pink noise)|
|Frequency Response||100 - 16,000 Hz|
|Speaker Component||12 cm cone-type speaker|
|Standard||In compliance with the British Standard BS 5839-8: 1998 [10.3 Protection of Loudspeakers]|
|Dimensions for Fixing Hole||ø150 ±3 (mounting hole) x 30 (maximum ceiling thickness) mm|
|Speaker Mounting Method||Spring catch|
|Applicable Cables||600 V Vinyl-insulated cable (IV wire or HIV wire) Solid copper wire: 1 × max. ø3.0 mm or 2 × max. ø1.5 mm|
|Connection||Push- in connector (Bridging terminal-2 branch type)|
|Finish||Baffle: Aluminum, off-white (RAL 9010 or equivalent color), paint Grille: Aluminum net, off-white (RAL 9010 or equivalent color), paint Dome mounting bracket: Steel plate, bichromate plating Fire dome: Steel plate, black, painting|
|Dimensions||ø180 x 11(exposed section) + 110 (D) mm|
|Weight||1.3 kg (bracket, fire dome included)|
|Accessory||Rubber grommet…2, Pattern…1|
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