3" Metal Bathroom 100V Ceiling Speaker

952.138UK EC36V

Miniature ceiling speaker with metal frame and spring retainers for flush-mounting into ceilings or walls. Fitted with a 100V transformer with tappings for 3W or 6W output and a 3" paper cone which...

  • Powder coated steel housing
  • 100V transformer with 3W & 6W tappings
  • Water-resistant coated paper cone
Description Version Packed
952.138UK
EC36V Ceiling Speaker 3in 3-6W
Box Plain

3" Metal Bathroom 100V Ceiling Speaker

Miniature ceiling speaker with metal frame and spring retainers for flush-mounting into ceilings or walls. Fitted with a 100V transformer with tappings for 3W or 6W output and a 3" paper cone which is treated with a water-resistant coating to enable installation in wet areas, such as washrooms or food preparation areas.

  • Powder coated steel housing
  • 100V transformer with 3W & 6W tappings
  • Water-resistant coated paper cone

Specification

  • 100V line tappings 3W, 6W
  • Driver 75mmØ (3") coated paper cone
  • Sensitivity 87dB
  • Frequency response 120Hz - 20kHz
  • Cut-out dimensions 95mmØ
  • Mounting depth 70mm
  • Construction Pressed steel frame & basket
  • Dimensions 70 x 100mmØ
  • Weight 384g

Trade information

  952.138UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972216248
Package type Box Plain
Package dimensions 120 x 150 x 100mm
Package weight 0.47kg
Package quantity 1 unit
Carton dimensions 345 x 430 x 285mm
Carton weight 9.16kg
Carton quantity 18 packages

In the box

The box for this item contains :

  • 3" ceiling speaker

Support

Instruction manual
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