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Adaptable Communications Engine (ACE) is a range of Public Address and General Alarm (PA/GA) systems that are self-monitoring, highly reliable and flexible. There are two basic types determined by the situation in which they operate: ACE 100 and ACE 16

ACE100

The ACE 100 system can provide a totally flexible approach that can offer a bespoke design meeting the most stringent requirements.

The system is capable of being networked utilising Self Healing fibre optic loops. By working closely with our customers we can ensure our systems are fully integrated with their site telecoms backbone.

ACE 16

The ACE 16 PA/GA system, manufactured by Spector Lumenex, provides the perfect solution. Duplicated nodes are easily configured and ensures protection against any possible failure or catastrophe.

The heart of the system is the ACE 16 node which manages both operator/access control terminals (ACETs) and the Blade 360 Class D amplifiers. An integral digitally controlled switching matrix allows distribution of voice broadcasts to selected areas of the site and a priority access hierarchy always ensures that the most important messages is granted access to the loudspeaker networks.

Benefits of Public Address / General Alarms

  • Systems are self-monitoring

  • Highly reliable

  • Highly flexible 

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ACE100 PA/GA System Datasheet

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ACE16M-ABS Datasheet

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ACE16 PA/GA System Datasheet

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BLADE 360 Industrial Class D Amplifier Brochure

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Adaptable Communication Engine Terminal (ACET) Variants Brochure

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