The ASK-4 501-TLM-CF Audio Monitoring Kit from Louroe Electronics is a single-zone audio monitoring system with 2-way talk / listen capabilities. This kit consists of an AP-1 TB Audio Base Station, a TLM-CF Ceiling Mount Speaker / Microphone, an AD-1 Plug-in Switching AC Adapter, and a Dual RCA Connector Cable.
The AP-1TB Audio Monitoring Base Station is a single-zone non-alarming unit with listen and talkback features. As a system (with a Louroe speaker / microphone), it provides live audio with a built-in 4" (10.16cm) speaker and a built-in microphone for talkback to the remote area.
The TLM-CF Ceiling Mount Speaker / Microphone is designed to be flush-mounted to a ceiling (The TLM-CS model of this item is available for surface mounting). It consists of an electret condenser microphone and a 4” (10.16cm) speaker. As part of a Louroe audio monitoring system, it provides hands-free 2-way communication between the remote area and the Louroe audio base station. It is suitable for use in convenience stores, therapy labs, hallways, hospital isolation rooms, reception lobbies, elevator cabs, and sleep disorder labs.
The UL listed AC adapter supplies 12VDC and 500mA to the AP-1TB Base Station and the TLM-E Speaker / Microphone. A Dual RCA Connector Cable is provided for making an input / output connection to a DVR / VCR for audio recording and playback.
Note: Wiring Requirements: Wire Type: West Penn 356 or equivalent
Wire Description: 4-conductor cable consisting of 2 conductors shielded, 20 gauge with 22 gauge drain (for microphone connection) and 2 conductors unshielded, 18 gauge (for speaker connection), all in the same jacket. When this equipment is used as part of an audio monitoring system, the law requires that the public be given notice of AUDIO MONITORING ON THE PREMISES. A decal notice is included with each microphone shipped.
TLM-CF Ceiling Mount Speaker / Microphone
Omni-directional microphone and 4” (10.16cm) speaker
Distance between AP-1TB Base Station and speaker / microphone can be up to 1,000’ (305m)
Microphone can pick up normal sounds up to 15’ (4.57m) all directions or within a 30’ (9.14m) diameter circle