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.
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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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