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YEAR EXPERIENCE
1928+
PROJECT NUMBER
329+
INSTITUTIONS
25
COUNTRY

EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT SYSTEM

Epas, with 20 years of experience with PASHA brand, makes production on emergency announcement systems and general sound systems. Emergency announcement and public address systems have been installed to facilities to implement emergency scenarios ( fire, flood, earthquake etc.), keep the visitors and employees informed, and provide communication. In accordance with fire code;
It must be used in;
-dormitories, hotels, housing project which include over the capacity of 200 beds,
-construction sites , being larger than 5000 m²  or public buildings, shopping malls, industrial facilities whose total user number is over 1000 people,
– buildings which has height over 51.5 metres.
The usage areas of emergency announcement and general sound systems are shopping malls, airports, public and private hospitals, education centres, ministry buildings, municipality buildings, prisons, court houses, prayer halls, hotels, factories, industrial facilities, chain stores and housing projects.

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IP & WIRELESS SOUND SYSTEM

It is needed IP based-wireless sound systems because of that the sound system has been affected by technological developments. In this system, the sound on WAN/LAN can be transmitted from IP on. In the wireless system, the same process is practiced via UHF frequency. It can be used both in emergency announcement systems and to make music broadcast. You can make announcement both for your customers and staffs. Thanks to the solutions that Epas offers for you, no matter that you are in a different location in the same or different city. The system can be used in military zones, industrial zones, municipality buildings, graveyards, bazaars, tunnels, metro stations, dams, chain stores and industrial facilities.

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Application Areas

Shopping Mall

Medical Institution

Education Institution

Residence

Hotels

Airport

Industrial Facility

Prison & Court Builds

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