High Power Speaker Arrays 7100-R Series

Life Safety Approved Wide-Area Mass Notification System

WAVES High Power Speaker Arrays (HPSA-7100-R Series) were designed to not only meet the most stringent Life Safety requirements, but also provide you with industry-leading intelligible voice communications for Wide-Area Mass Notification.

WAVES HPSA-7100-R Series can be integrated with your existing audio source, including voice-capable Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACP), Cooper Notification’s SAFEPATH® Voice Evacuation Systems and Mass Notification Systems, providing a simple upgrade path to expand emergency communications coverage to outdoor areas. These Giant Voice speaker arrays ensure that you get the right message to the right people at the right time.

  • Industry Leading Intelligibility - Broadcasts crisp, clear live and recorded voice, tone and siren announcements to people over large geographic areas
  • Approvals - CE Mark; TÜV Certification
  • Energy- and Cost-efficient Advanced Amplification System - Enables lower current draw and increased battery life, requiring fewer speakers and significantly less power for a substantially larger range

Training - Free installation training is available online at Eaton's Cooper Notification Training Center.

Catalog Number HPSA-7102-R, HPSA-7104-R, HPSA-7106-R, HPSA-7108-R
HPSA Components 2, 4, 6, or 8 horns (varies by model), Assembly horn driver with cover (# varies by model number), NEMA 4X Electronics Cabinet includes Audio and Monitoring Bridge and four 65AH Batteries
Integration Voice-capable from remote audio source, including FACPs and Cooper Notification's SP40S and SPMNS
Sound Dispersion Omni-directional and directional speaker (mounted verticallly) coverage options
Advanced Amplification System Energy and cost efficient - An advanced amplification system enables lower current draw and increased battery life, requiring fewer speakers and significantly less power for a substantially larger range
Frequency Response 300 Hz to 7 kHz (Driver, typical); 20 Hz to 20 kHz (Amp, typical)
Operating Temperature -40° F to 140° F (-40° C to +60° C)
Six Discrete (Form C) Trouble Signals No AC, No Battery, Low Battery, Door Open (tamper), Amplifier Fault, Driver Fault
Approvals CE Mark Approval, TUV Certification