120 sqm Induction Loop Amplifier & Associated Kits
The PDA200E is unlike any other induction loop amplifier. Straightforward internal screw connectors and preset controls mean no specialist audio experience or audio connectors are required. By following the simple set-up procedure, no further adjustments are necessary, allowing a top quality assistive listening system to be set up in its entirety by any competant electrician.
For ease of specification and installation, the MDA200E is available either on its own or in a variety of cost-effective kit formats (See product options) suitable for use in meeting rooms, lecture theatres, hotels, places of worship, schools, shops, nursing homes, waiting rooms, colleges, TV lounges and leisure centres.
- Innovative PDA200E wall-mounting induction loop amplifier has straightforward internal screw connectors and a simple to adjust drive, level and tome controls.
- System can be installed in its entirety by any competant electrician - no specialist audio knowledge is required.
- Works by transmitting amplified sound to NHS hearing aids
- Excellent sound quality
- Covers up to 120m² (11m x 11m)
- One balanced/unbalanced microphone input
- One balanced/unbalanced line level input (for TVs, CD players, etc).
- Alert tone switch input for doorbells, fire alarms, security systems, etc.
- External loop drive current and power on LED indicators.
- Optional outreach plate audio input extension system allows a greater variety of audio inputs to suit virtually any application.
- Loop Fitted sticker included in all kits
- Fully compliant with AFILS standards BS5794 & EN601118-4
Induction loop systems are used to help hearing impaired people obtain maximum involvement in communications. The concept behind them is simple. All NHS hearing aids have a T position which allows them to pick up electromagnetic field generated by a telephones earpiece and convert it into a sound suited to an individuals specific hearing requirements. A loop system uses this same principle but generates a much larger field than that created by a telephone earpiece and radiates it around a room via a loop fofr the benefit of any hearing impaired person(s) located within it. An induction loop system therefore comprises four main elements:- the audio source (microphone and /or music inputs), the amplifier (specially designed for the job), the loop (usually a single turn of wire) and receiver(s) (hearing aids in the T position of specifically made listening devices).