PAVIRO Public Address and Voice Evacuation System with Professional Sound Quality
PAVIRO is a unique, high-quality Public Address and EN54-certified Voice Evacuation System that also delivers professional quality sound, thanks to its premium 24-bit digital processor, superior digital-to-analog converters, and outstanding Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). Its highly adaptable system architecture makes it ideal for small- to mid-sized offices, regional airports, mid-sized hotels, factories, schools, and department stores.
The PVA-4CR12 controller is the central paging manager for the PAVIRO system. Eight local audio inputs can be switched to four audio outputs. A two channel message manager is integrated. The controller provides all the audio processing, supervision and control functions for a complete PAVIRO system. A single controller supports up to 16 call stations and 492 paging zones. The controller is equipped with 12 zones, 18 GPIs and 19 GPOs. One controller can handle up to 2000 W loudspeaker load. Additional zones and power can be added by using up to 20 external routers and 40 amplifiers with each 2 ✕ 500 W.
The PVA-4R24 24 Zone Router is a zone extension for the PAVIRO system. It adds 24 zones, 20 GPIs, 24 GPOs and 2 control relays to the system and is controlled and supervised via the CAN bus by the PVA-4CR12 (Controller). Up to 20 routers can be connected to one controller. One router can handle up to 4000 W speaker load. The maximum load of one zone is 500 W.
The PVA-2P500 class-D amplifier is a 2 ✕ 500 W professional audio amplifier for evacuation purposes. It can be operated from both the mains and a DC supply. The output voltage is galvanically insulated and is constantly monitored for ground fault. An energysaving mode and temperature-controlled fans reduce energy consumption and noise levels. The control and monitoring functions are performed via CAN bus. This amplifier is designed for operation in an emergency evacuation system. The amplifiers are usually controlled via a controller and configured using IRISNet