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17/04/2017

Signet appointed as distributor for RCF

Wigan, Lancashire (UK)

RCF's new range of digital voice alarms now to be distributed by Signet

C-Tec’s sister company, Signet, has been appointed the exclusive UK distributor of RCF’s innovative new range of EN54-16 and EN54-24 certified digital voice alarm systems.

Two solutions are available: the DXT 3000 and the DXT 9000.

Designed for wall mounting, the DXT 3000 is an intelligent ‘plug-and-play’ wall mounting voice alarm solution for small to medium sized projects where EN54-16 compliance is required. Ideal for supermarkets, schools, offices and more, it represents a practical solution for integrating music and PA with a voice-only emergency evacuation system.

The DXT 9000 is a medium to large range of configurable EN54-16 compliant voice alarm solutions.Versatile and completely scalable, it is suitable for a host of applications, from small schools or hotels to large campuses with multiple buildings.

With C-Tec’s assistance, Signet, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of audio life-safety equipment, will concentrate on promoting the products to companies operating within the fire and security sector.


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