Two-Way Voice Evacuation System in Chicagoland Area

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Two-Way Voice Evacuation System

For over 15 years, LaMarco Systems has been protecting businesses, assets, private properties and people in Chicagoland in emergency situations by selling, installing and servicing Two-Way voice evacuation systems. The Two-Way voice evacuation systems offered by LaMarco Systems in Chicagoland are some of the best Two-Way voice evacuation systems available on the market today. Our Two-Way voice evacuation systems are sure to meet and exceed your expectations for all your Two-Way voice evacuation system needs in Chicagoland.

Two-Way voice evacuation systems in Chicagoland allow for communication to people inside a building in case of an emergency. They sound an alarm tone and a voice message warning people of an emergency. Two-Way voice evacuation systems in Chicagoland can also be used to give specific information or instructions over the Two-Way voice evacuation system by using a built-in microphone. Two-Way voice evacuation systems can be controlled from one or more location within the building.

LaMarco Systems uses the most up-to-date technology with their Two-Way voice evacuation systems, such as the GE EST3 Two-Way voice evacuation system. The EST3 Two-Way voice evacuation system allows for eight different messages to eight different locations simultaneously. The system uses live or recorded messages to alert people of an emergency. LaMarco’s Two-Way voice evacuation systems use high reliability speakers to notify the occupants of the need for action. Speakers in the system are automatically activated in event of a fire emergency. With Chicagoland being so diverse, the messages can be transmitted in a variety of different languages to insure the safety of all building occupants. Our Two-Way voice evacuation systems also include:

Our considerable experience and partnerships with industry leaders in Two-Way voice evacuation systems allows us the flexibility, diversity and ability to embrace any Two-Way voice evacuation system demand in Chicagoland.