Compact Active Weatherproof Horn Speaker 15W

952.103UK AH15

Compact format active horn speaker with built-in amplifier for indoor or outdoor use. Constructed from high impact ABS material with IP66 protection for reliable operation in all environments. Fitt...

  • Inbuilt amplifier circuit
  • Power from 12Vdc 1.2A (not supplied)
  • Power and line level input on a single cable
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AH15 Active Weatherproof Horn Speaker
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Compact Active Weatherproof Horn Speaker 15W

Compact format active horn speaker with built-in amplifier for indoor or outdoor use. Constructed from high impact ABS material with IP66 protection for reliable operation in all environments. Fitted with an angle-adjustable bracket for convenient installation onto a wall or ceiling. Low voltage power and line level audio are connected via a single 4-core cable for simplified cable feed and connection. Designed for voice alerts in CCTV and security systems or as a self-contained add-on for existing public address installations.

  • Inbuilt amplifier circuit
  • Power from 12Vdc 1.2A (not supplied)
  • Power and line level input on a single cable
  • IP66 weatherproof
  • Recommended power supply: 660.451UK
  • Power supply 12Vdc 1.2A min. (not included)
  • Construction ABS moulded body, stainless steel bracket
  • Connection Hard-wired cable (power + line in)
  • Output power max. 15W
  • IP rating IP66
  • Dimensions 165 x 140mmØ
  • Weight 510g

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