Primary Network Hubs are typically mounted to the deck or another approved structure within the ceiling, with a loudspeaker suspended from each one.
The Primary Network Hub features communication technology, Digital Signal Processing (DSP) truly random masking sound generation, a 1/3-octave masking equalizer, a 1/1-octave paging equalizer, an amplifier, independent volume controls for masking and paging, and multiplexed paging selection.
This high level of component integration eliminates the need for centrally-located audio equipment. The hub also performs unique power and loudspeaker monitoring functions.
Primary Network Hubs are connected to the Network Control Panel in series.
Each hub is automatically assigned a unique operating address during system start up. The panel uses these addresses to communicate with the hubs, allowing the administrator to program the zoning and settings for individual loudspeakers.
The Primary Network Hub is available in white or charcoal grey.