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5532MHV Series

Adaptatone Millennium Remote Speaker/Amp 30 Watt, High Volume SystemSpeaker, RS485 Activation


  • Output up to 113 dB at 10 feet

  • Corrosion resistant electrostatic heat flowed epoxy finish

  • Individual volume control

  • Suitable for Division 2 Locations

  • Captive Components

  • RS485 models available

The Edwards 5532MHV Adaptatone Millennium Remote Speaker/Amplifier has been designed for high decibel system operation when connected to the 5540M Central Tone Generator.

Each Speaker/Amplifier operates directly from local power sources, making it possible in a single system to connect the remote Speaker/Amplifiers to local power sources of different voltages.

The 5532MHV-485Y6 is designed to be connected to RS485 networks, allowing full signaling communication control.

Adaptatone Signaling Systems are designed for industrial applications calling for high decibel output and microprocessor reliability combined with simultaneous signal delivery over all speakers included in the system. Typical applications include: emergency warning systems, plant evacuation alarms, security intrusion sirens, process monitoring, shift start-and-dismissal horns, and paging signals.

5532MHV Series

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Remote Speaker/Amplifier, High Volume, RS485 Activation
120-240V AC 50/60 Hz, 125-250V DC


Adaptatone Millennium Remote Speaker/Amplifier
24 VDC, 24 VAC 50/60 Hz


Adaptatone Millennium Remote Speaker/Amplifier
120-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 125-250 VDC




Agency Approvals

NEMA Type 3R IP 44 UL 464 and 1604 Listed cUL 22.2 No. 205 UL & cUL Listed for indoor and outdoor applications in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G; and Class III Hazardous Locations

  • 24V DC battery backup terminals
  • Speaker can be rotated and locked in any horizontal direction


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