3000 Series: MX3250 (MASTER UNIT WITH AMPLIFIERS)

APPLICATIONS
  • • Halls
  • • Schools
  • • Shopping Centers
  • • Offices
  • • Public buildings
FEATURES
  • DSP-based Master Unit
  • Equipped with 2, 4 or 6 RCF Class D+ technology power amplifiers
  • Spare power amplifier with automatic replacement
  • Internal power supply with battery charger and space for batteries
  • Emergency messages on monitored SD card
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Max. overall output power:up to 250 W, freely assignable to the 2, 4 or 6 zones
  • Frequency response:20 Hz ÷ 20 kHz (± 1 dB)
  • Distortion (THD + N):< 0.3% (@ 1 kHz)
  • Output voltage to speaker lines:100 V / 70 V
  • Signal / noise ratio:> 90 dBA
  • Operating voltage (mains):230 / 115 V ac (50 / 60 Hz), internal setting
  • Operating voltage (batteries):24 V dc
  • Input connectors:removable screw terminals
  • Max. number of daisy-chained BM 3804 paging microphones:4
  • Simultaneous audio channels:3
  • Paging microphone cable:CAT 6 FTP or J-type (RCF)
  • Dimensions (w, h, d):430 mm, 530 mm, 180 mm (19″ rack – 12 units)

Description

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MX 3250

MASTER UNIT WITH AMPLIFIERS

MX 3250

MX 3250 is the master unit of the evacuation system DXT 3000, dedicated to small and medium size applications, where an EN54-16:2008 system is required.
It includes a digital DSP-based master unit equipped with up to 6 RCF Class D+ power amplifiers, able to provide up to 250W on 100V or 70V speaker lines. A spare power amplifier with automatic replacement of a faulty unit is configurable too. It hosts batteries and the necessary EN54-4 circuitry for the DC back-up.
Furthermore it offers inputs, controls and pre-recorded messages to get a real plug & play solution.
The system can be completed with monitored paging consoles BM 3804 and 6 button extensions BE 3806, allow to complete the installation by adding live announcements. Local single-button paging consoles (not monitored) BM 3022 and background music programs can be implemented as well.
DXT 3000 system has been designed to be wired by using very convenient fire-rated J-TYPE cables for paging console and interlink connections.