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TOA releases world’s first mass notification pendant speaker

April 7, 2015
By Press release

Mississauga, ON, Canada –   TOA Canada Corporation, manufacturer of commercial audio and intercom products is the first manufacturer in the world to release UL and ULC certified Pendant Speakers.

TOA’s newest Pendant Speakers carry certification to UL 1480 UUMW and ULC-S541 standards, which enables these speakers to work in Voice Evacuation, Mass Notification and Emergency Announcement Systems. These new Pendant Speakers make a perfect choice to adhere to the new Canadian Standard released in September 2014; ULC-S576 for Mass Notification Systems. TOA Corporation is the leader in the Mass Notification Industry. All of our products are backed by our 5 year warranty, as well as our reputation for manufacturing high quality, durable and reliable products.


The PE-304BU, PE-304WU, PE-604BU and PE-604WU have ABS resin bass-reflex enclosure with a 12cm (5″) cone-type woofer and a balanced-dome tweeter. These pendant speakers are intended to be installed suspended from a ceiling. They are very lightweight, with a stylish design inspired by modern lighting fixtures, allowing them to harmoniously blend in with a room design. These speakers are ideally suited for applications such as Background Music (BGM) and announcements in high-ceiling venues such as airports, factories and shopping malls. The speakers can be driven on both high-impedance (100V, 70V and 25V) and low-impedance (8 Ω) lines. Input impedance is adjustable with a rotary switch on the top of the speaker. The hanging wire, safety wire and speaker cable are pre-attached, for quick and easy installation. GRIPPLE® hangers facilitate speaker mounting height adjustment.


Other TOA products that meet UL and ULC Certifications for Mass Notification include; PC-580RU, PC-580RVU, F-122CU2, F-2852CU2, F-2322CU2 and F-2352CU2.


For more information about TOA Canada Corporation, please contact TOA at 905-564-3570 or visit their website


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