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The Louroe Electronics DCS Remote Call Station comes with a panic button mounted on a single gang stainless steel face plate. It contains a 3 kHz oscillator that triggers the Louroe Base Station. When the panic button is pressed, an audio signal activates the Louroe Base Station and identifies the zone. This duress call station can be used with ALA and DG series alarming base stations and sound activated systems.
The DCS Remote Call Station can be wired directly to the base station or tied in with a Louroe microphone or speaker / microphone for providing 1-way listen or 2-way talk / listen with the base station. Moreover, the DCS model easily fits into a standard single gang housing sold separately for flush or surface mounting.
Note: The DCS Remote Call Station is intended for use with only Louroe sound activated base stations (ALA and DG series). When this equipment is used as part of an audio monitoring system, it is legally mandatory to give a public notice regarding the audio monitoring on the premises. A decal notice is included with each microphone shipped.
May be tied in with a Louroe microphone (or speaker / microphone) for communication with the Louroe Base Station
Fits in a standard single gang electrical box for flush or surface mounting
Can interface with the ALA-4/8 or DG-12/25 series alarming base stations
Suitable for parking structures, secured walkways, stairwells, elevator cabs, elevator lobbies, and detention centers
Made in USA
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Louroe DCS Remote Call Station
Limited 1-Year Warranty
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3 Vrms into 10 KΩ load at 3 kHz
Output: 3 kHz
Requirement: 2 Conductor shielded cable, 22 gauge with a 24 gauge drain wire
Unshielded cable is not satisfactory for audio systems.