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The Bosch LC2-PC30G6-4 Premium-Sound Ceiling Loudspeaker (30W) is a 30 Watt loudspeaker designed for use in voice alarm systems and other safety applications. The loudspeaker features ease of installation (including a circular template for marking a ceiling cutout, high maximum output, and wide coverage angle, making it an ideal solution for building alarm systems.
Premium-Sound Ceiling Loudspeaker
4.0" coaxial two-way speaker
Waveguide coupled Ti tweeter
Full bandwidth overload protection
Front baffle wattage tap adjustment
BS 5839-8 and EN 60849 compliant
Voice Alarm Loudspeaker
Voice alarm loudspeakers are specifically designed for use in buildings where performance of systems for verbal evacuation announcements is governed by regulations. The LC2-PC30G6-4 is designed for use in voice alarm systems and is compliant with British Standard BS 5839-8 and EN 60849
The loudspeaker has built-in protection to ensure that, in the event of a fire, damage to the loudspeaker does not result in failure of the circuit to which it is connected. In this way, system integrity is maintained; ensuring loudspeakers in other areas can still be used to inform people of the situation. It is standard fitted with a back-can enclosure to increase protection of the cable termination
The loudspeaker has an emergency compliant ceramic screw-terminal block and thermal fuse
Certifications & Approvals
All Bosch loudspeakers are designed to withstand operating at their rated power for 100 continuous hours in accordance with IEC 268-5 Power Handling Capacity (PHC) standards. Bosch has also developed the Simulated Acoustical Feedback Exposure (SAFE) test to demonstrate that they can withstand two times their rated power for short durations