EESGI Voice Annunciation Module Brings Your Security System to Life
The eVOXBOX module from EE Systems Group Inc. plays back your recorded message to use in any home security application.
eesgi evoxbox
April 01, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

Want to really scare intruders away? Find a good Samuel L. Jackson MP3 or do your best impression so you can record it to blast at unwanted visitors through a nifty alarm playback mechanism.

The EE Systems Group Inc. (EESGI) recently released its new eVOXBOX (EE518A), a custom voice annunciation module that can play back a 40-second message on a single channel.

The device contains versatile triggers and adjustable volume controls so you can use it plenty of places in the interior and exterior of your home for a variety of applications including: Entry/exit door annunciation,  swimming pool alarm arrangement capability, access control voice instruction or warning device,  emergency and special voice message, VIP room multi-voice evacuation annunciation, voice door bell or chime, custom designed voice warning device, general instruction and direction message, basic multi-voice notification and explanation, and more.

The message can be stored in the nonvolatile memory and you can change or re-recorded any time through an on-board microphone or line-in input via a PC using text to speech software.

The eVOXBOX includes an on-board mic, a speaker, a 2W AMP and high intensity LED flashlights in blue or red.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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