Paging Systems - Politon Inc

Paging Systems Installation | Dallas-Fort Worth

Paging Systems - Politon Inc

Politon can handle any size of paging systems from 100 paging horns in a warehouse to a few ceiling tile paging speakers in your lobby. For paging horns or paging speakers, Politon has you covered. We offer a full range of models for different workplace applications such as pendant, box, ceiling tile or drop in ceiling speakers for 2’X2’ suspended ceiling tile ceilings.

8-Ohm or 70-Volt System

Typically eight ohm systems are less expensive due to the fact that they do not have the added extra expense of a transformer additionally the eight-ohm amplifier is typically cheaper as well. The eight-ohm system is usually for smaller applications. Seventy volt systems are easy to expand requiring only a single pair of cable and can be daisy chained from speaker to speaker. Most businesses with a larger footprint utilize 70v paging systems. 8-ohm systems are typically installed in a classroom type atmosphere while the 70v would be more powerful and suited for a warehouse or larger office space type environment. Politon has technicians that are proficient at installation and repair of either of the two types of paging systems.

Types of paging speakers we install:

  • Square Indoor Box Speaker
  • SIP Paging Horns (IP based)
  • Indoor/Outdoor Paging Horns
  • Explosion Proof Paging Horns (for your volatile environments!)
  • Flush Mount Ceiling Speakers
  • Bidirectional Horns
  • Vandal-Resistant Surface Mount Speaker
  • VoIP Paging Gateways
  • Noise Sensing Volume Control
  • Attenuator (volume control knob down low associated with a speaker such as in a lobby)
  • Digital Paging Feedback Eliminator (records page and then plays after you hang up the phone)
  • Single Zone Universal Telephone Interface

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Dallas, TX

Betson is a division of H Betti Industries and is located in Dallas, Texas. They contacted us to work on their paging system. Some of the existing speakers were not working; additional speakers were needed. First, we mounted new horn and flush mount speakers, pulled new speaker wire, and toned all the speakers to make sure they were working. We then worked with the customer to test the paging system and balance the volume of each speaker.

Fort Worth, TX

We installed a SIP gateway paging solution that allowed their Ring Central phones to be able to page out to a traditional analog paging system. The customer wanted us to move one existing 5-watt Valcom paging horn and to add one new horn. We provided a Valcom VRCPA (Valcom Ring Central Paging Adapter) and programmed it with the customer-provided SIP information which allowed their page button to be utilized to page in the warehouse. The only issue we had was to convince the Ring Central admin to not use TLS1.2 when creating the SIP paging extension. With this option selected as "No" it would allow our VRCPA to work perfectly. Here are the main things to check when setting up a Valcom Ring Central Paging Adapter: - Set the paging mode to "Analog (SIP/FXO/FXS<>Analog output) - Set SIP Trasport to Accept TCP+UDP, Originate TCP -Make sure extension is set up with TLS1.2 as NO in the option. - Under SIP Transport make sure the Register box is checked

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