Archive News 2010
After being the first manufacturer with a total solution for EN 54 certified Voice Evacuation Systems, TOA Electronics Europe is proud to announce the EN 54-16 certification for its network-based SX-2000 Voice Evacuation System. In an effort to increase building safety standards the company thereby is the only manufacturer in the market offering two systems certified with EN 54-16.
Since its market introduction in 2009 VM-3000, one of the first voice evacuation systems to be certified with EN 54-16, has been widely regarded as the most advanced compact voice evacuation system. Now TOA enters the next level by releasing VM-3000 Software Version 2.0 free of charge to existing users.
Voice alarm products from TOA are at the heart of a new paging, evacuation and BGM system installed at one of Europe’s most prestigious conference and exhibition venues, Brussels Expo.
Built in 1935 and totally refurbished for the World Expo of 1958 whilst still retaining all the glamour, elegance and modernity of that era, the 12 halls of Brussels Expo play host to a string of major exhibitions and events every year, among them the European Motor Show Brussels, construction-industry show Batibouw, the farming event Agribex, the ICT technology forum, the Holiday Fair Brussels, the European Sea Food Exposition and the list goes on and on, a truly multi national event center.
Helping to make audio systems designed for the future, specialist audio manufacturer TOA revealed their eagerly awaited EN 54 European standard fire alarm audio products at this year’s prolight+sound. TOA is the world’s first EN 54 total solution provider and now offers a fully certified audio control and speaker system.
TOA’s VM-3000 is not only the new ‘yardstick’ in compact public address and voice alarm systems, but also one of the first to be certified with the EN 54-16 standard and is a key product in delivering greater public security.
Houses of Worship specialist installer equips two historic churches with the latest audio technology.
London, UK, 24 June 2009 – For over a 30-year business relationship, UK-based specialist installer System Design, has selected TOA products for a huge range of houses of worship projects, from Norman and Anglo-Saxon period churches to the most modern day contemporary new builds, embracing all denominations. Recently the installer has turned to TOA to provide innovative system solutions for two historic churches – a market System Design has been servicing with great pride and attention to detail for over 40-years.
In 2012 the use of UHF radio microphone will change from Ch 69 to channel 38, these only affects users on CH69 which requires a licence to be purchased from JFMG. Users can still use ch70 after 2012, as this channel does not require a licence. However as this channel is deregulated it may become even more crowded, and only 4 frequencies within this channel can be used simultaneously due to inter modulation.
TOA currently manufactures a range of UHF radio microphones that are pre programmed to both Ch69 and Ch70. The current D02 programmed frequencies will be changed to
TOA Corporation annouced today that it has made the decision to transfer the sales of "TRANTEC" series goods and accessories from BBM ELETRONICS GROUP LIMITED to its sister company TOA Corporation (UK) Ltd and other sales hubs of the TOA Group.
TOA Europe is celebrating a huge new audio network installation comprising TOA VM-3000 Series PA/VA systems, SX-2000 audio management systems and loudspeakers , in Frankfurt, Germany.
Due to open later this year, the OpernTurm (literally ‘Opera Tower’) is the latest addition to Frankfurt’s celebrated skyline. Comprising a 170m high-rise building and a 26m low-rise perimeter development, OpernTurm derives its name from Frankfurt’s historic opera house, the Alte Oper, which faces it across Opernplatz.