New Product Showcase
Mircom's QX-mini Series is an expandable emergency communication system (ECS) utilitizing both a paging microphone and pre-recorded custom tones or messages in the event of an emergency.
- Supports up to 60W per panel and 360W per system
- Two NAC circuits rated for 2.5A each, 5A per panel expandable up to 30A per system
- Class A or Class B Speaker and NAC wiring
- Field selectable 25V or 70.7V audio output
- Comes with standard digital messages for fire, emergency, evacuation, weather, and all clear
- Supports up to 14 digital messages or tones with a duration of up to 12 minutes
- Custom message upload using the MGC ECS Configurator Software
- Two relay inputs for Zone and message activation by UL or ULC listed fire alarm panels
- Two Sync Inputs for Synchronization and activation of output zones, messages and tones
- ULC, UL, CSFM
Simplifies access control, great for entry level applications. Can be networked by either RS-485 or TCP/IP.
- Simple, flexible, versatile, scalable
- Programmed via USB or remotely via TCP/IP
- Supports two card readers - built-in and external Wiegand reader
- Visual LED diagnostics: Trouble, Alarm, Access granted, Access denied
Please be advised that the Mircom Shipping Department will be closed from Monday, October 3rd to accommodate our annual Inventory Audit. Shipments out of Vaughan, Ontario Canada will resume on Friday October 7th, while shipments from our Niagara US facility will resume Tuesday October 4th.
VAUGHAN, ON, CANADA – September 19, 2016 – The Mircom Group of Companies (“Mircom”) is excited to introduce FleX-Net Version 12 (V12) Firmware and Configuration Software products. FleX-Net V12 takes Mircom’s Flagship product, FleX-Net, to the next level by adding support for new sensors and expanding loop device capacity, simultaneously providing faster alarm detection and response.
We are very excited to announce the release of a case study that is very special to Mircom – our own headquarters’ Engineering extension. The case study details the systems that were used to create our very own intelligent building. The final result is a safer, smarter, more livable building.