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Biamp Adds NPX Network Paging Stations to Its Ecosystem

New Convenience Paging Stations Integrate Seamlessly With Tesira and New Qt X Sound Masking Solutions

Biamp NPX Network

Biamp introduces the NPX Network Paging Stations, a series of stylish and intelligent convenience paging stations. Part of the company's broad portfolio of scalable and modular audiovisual components, NPX paging stations can be used with Biamp Tesira processors and Cambridge sound management systems to add convenience paging to a wide variety of business audio applications.

"Our NPX Network Paging Stations reflect our commitment to providing users with a comprehensive, powerful family of integrated audiovisual solutions that are designed to work harmoniously together and enhance one another's performance," said Joe Andrulis, Executive Vice President of Corporate Development, Biamp. "If an organization needs paging, integrators can simply add the NPX to a Tesira system or to our newly announced Cambridge Qt X sound masking system. It's incredibly easy to deploy and operate, offering substantial installation efficiencies and value within one system."

The NPX Network Paging Stations are PoE-powered, featuring 16 paging priority levels, default and customizable preambles, and push-button security access to authorized users only. It also allows for stored message playback for fast and convenient broadcasts.

The stylish and modern NPX series is available with either gooseneck or hand-held microphones: the four-button NPX G1040 gooseneck, 10-button NPX G1100 gooseneck, four-button NPX H1040 handheld, and 10-button NPX H1100 handheld. Both the hand-held (on coiled cord) and gooseneck options can be mounted on the wall or tabletop for a total of eight product configurations, with all components required for either mounting option included.

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