Network Vandal Resistant Speaker Netgenium ASP7208-IP PoE Powered Internal
Netgenium ASP7208-IP Active IP PoE Vandal Resistant Speaker
The ASP7208-IP Vandal Resistant Speaker is a great internal speaker for environments where the speaker housing may potentially get damaged. Offering high quality audio for applications such as public address, music streaming, pre-recorded message broadcast and scheduled announcements, this is the perfect speaker for environments such as residential apartment blocks, classrooms, offices and warehouses.
10W output using IEEE802.3af PoE (15.4W) input
25W output using IEEE802.3at PoE+ (30W) input
Deploy an audio PA system over an IP Network with Netgenium IP Speakers and make paging announcements via an IP Telephone system or PC.
Native IP Device
Our speakers connect to your IP network. They’re simple to install and easily configured and managed with a web browser.
Power over Ethernet
IP speakers are powered and connected to the IP network with a single cable, making them easy to deploy and manage. The on-board audio amplifier is powered by IEEE802.3af or IEEE802.3at PoE depending on the power consumption.
Our speakers support up to nine levels of announcement priority to make sure the most important announcements are always played.
Each speaker features four Flex Inputs and four Flex Outputs. Each Flex I/O is configurable through the browser interface, providing flexible configuration options for attached I/O, such as playing a pre-recorded audio message, triggering an output or sending an IP event across the IP network.
Use Netgenium PolicyServer or NGxControl PC software to add features such as public address, scheduled messaging and music streaming to your IP speaker installation. Click the links for more information on PolicyServer or NGxControl.
Netgenium IP speakers integrate with various CCTV VMS software, CCTV hardware, CCTV monitoring centre software and IP telephony systems. View our Integration section for more information.
You’ll find integration with Cisco Call Manager for Audio announcements using G.711 audio, and the ability to ‘pipe’ background music from a multicast audio source.