Connevans catalogue - Providing Access for Visitors

Connevans catalogue - Providing Access for Visitors
14 Providing Access for Visitors
The Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act 2010 and, before it, the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act aim to end the
discrimination that many disabled people face. These acts give disabled people rights in the
areas of employment, education and access to goods, facilities and services (such as shops,
accommodation and visitor attractions).
For more information about the Act, visit www.EqualityHumanRights.com
Equality Act in practice
It is unlawful for service providers to treat people less favourably because of
disability and they must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for them, such as giving
extra help or changing the way they provide their services.
Every situation is different and as such, the adjustments made by each
organisation will vary. What is considered a reasonable adjustment for a large
organisation, like a bank, may be different from a reasonable adjustment for a
small local shop. It is about what is practical in the service provider’s individual
situation and what resources the business may have.
The right equipment
for the right situation
Talk to us!
Portable desk loop
systems are suitable
for one-to-one
communication with
someone wearing a
hearing aid and are
ideal for providing
Equality Act
compliance
without major
upheaval or
expense. Larger loop
systems in village halls and community
centres provide access during meetings,
shows or events. For museums, galleries and
other visitor attractions wireless group
listening systems are ideal for
communicating with visiting hearing aid
users in lectures or guided tours.
What it means for you
Our top tip is whether
you’re a deaf person or a
service provider ‒ if you
have any query about the
assistive equipment which
can or should be provided,
call or email our
experienced team.
It is important to think about making
reasonable adjustments to remove barriers
for disabled people who are (or may want to
become) your service users, customers or
clients. Consider how you can ensure that
the services you provide are accessible for
people with a hearing loss, with or without
hearing aids.
Hotel Packs
Connevans Hotel Packs allow
accommodation providers to make their
services and facilities more accessible
to visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Packs include a variety of products that enable
staff to communicate more effectively with
visitors, enable guests to use television facilities
and be alerted to fire alarms. For details, please
visit our www.DeafEquipment.co.uk website
Signs ‒ equipment available for visitors
These high-quality signs are great for advertising the facilities
you offer for deaf and hard of hearing visitors.
Available in 3 designs: Induction Loop Installed and Induction
Loop Available which both indicate that an induction loop is
provided and that hearing aid users should
switch to ‘T’; and Hearing Equipment
Available which shows visitors can ask a
Small freestanding signs
member of staff to borrow assistive listening devices.
Double sided sign mounted in perspex ‒ ideal for
Small self adhesive signs
situations where wall mounting is not an option.
Size approx. 100 x 135mm
Size approx. 100 x 135mm
L0LAT1
L0LATAV1
L0ALD1
L0LAT1ST
L0LATAV1ST
L0ALD1ST
Induction Loop Installed
Induction Loop Available
Hearing Equipment Available
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£ 1.17
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Induction Loop Installed
Induction Loop Available
Hearing Equipment Available
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£ 8.64
£ 7.78
£ 7.20
£ 6.48
Telephone 01737 247571
Email [email protected]
Prices exclude P&P
Information www.connevans.info Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
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Deafgard & Dorgard ‒ Fire alarm warning and door release
How do they work?
These products are designed for use in commercial and business premises and
their operation relies on the installation of a building fire alarm complying with
BS5839-1/3 2013 for Deafgard & BS7273-4 for Dorgard.
"The sound pressure level of alarm signals should be generally, throughout all accessible areas of
the building not less than 65dB(A) ..... where the sound pressure level of background noise is
greater than 60dB(A), the sound pressure level of the fire alarm signal should be 5dB above the
sound pressure level of background noise."
Regarding residential situations, such as hotels, it also states: The sound pressure level of alarm signals "should
be not less than 75dB(A) at the bed head within rooms in which the fire alarm system is intended to rouse
people from sleep".
The Deafgard/Dorgard product itself knows nothing about smoke or fire; it is the continuing sound of the
building fire alarm which they respond to. For those with a technical interest the trigger level is 65dB SPL with a
4 second sampling rate. If 65dB is detected 4 times in a row a fire alert will be activated.
For the Deafgard, the fundamental principal is based on the requirement for fire alarms in residential
accommodation to generate a minimum volume of sound at the bed head. It is this required continuous level
of sound which triggers the Deafgard.
Deafgard ‒ vibrating fire alarm warning system
Deafgard is an ideal product to help hotels and other residential facilities comply with the Equality Act. When asleep, deaf
and hard of hearing people are in danger of not hearing a fire alarm. Deafgard provides a flexible, wirefree solution for
night-time use.
Deafgard is a stand alone, wirefree fire alarm listening device for deaf and hard of hearing
people. It consists of a battery-powered, acoustically triggered bedside unit that
incorporates a high intensity strobe and a vibrator pad which is placed under the pillow.
Deafgard listens continually for the fire alarm and when detected, the under pillow pad
vibrates waking the sleeper and the activated flashing strobe provides complementary
visual indication in case the guest is in the room but not in bed. The LCD
display will also display the message ‘FIRE’.
A secondary but rather useful feature of the
Deafgard is a vibrating alarm clock facility.
Deafgard is a lightweight and portable unit and requires no installation, meaning
it can be kept at reception and given to guests to take to their room when
needed.
Deafguard would be a recommended choice and is an ideal reasonable
adjustment for hotels, sheltered housing and halls of residence where an
appropriate fire detection system is already installed.
In the opinion of our evaluation panel, Deafguard not only helps you meet your
legal requirements under the Equality Act, it gives both you and your guests
peace of mind, knowing that in the event of a fire, they would be safe. It also
gives deaf people independence and privacy and is preferable to a system where
a member of staff is assigned to alert them to an alarm. A highly recommended product.
Please note: a Deafgard could be used at home, but as it does not itself include a
smoke/fire detector the house would require an appropriate fire alarm system with
adequate volume at the bed head.
Deafgard system comprises: 1 Deafgard unit, 1 Bag/cover, 1 User guide, 4 x C size
alkaline batteries.
40FDGSYS
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 252.00
£ 226.80
£ 210.00
£ 189.00
Size: 115 x 165 x 125mm. Weight: 970g.
The Deafgard unit is powered by 4 C size alkaline batteries
(supplied).
Rechargeable batteries should not be used ‒ battery life is in excess of one year with
average vibrator activation.
Make sure you advertise your accessibility provision!
Whenever a Deafgard is purchased for use by a hotel or residential facility, we always recommend adding
a sign to advertise your new facilities for deaf and hard of hearing customers.
Signs are available in either self adhesive or freestanding designs ‒ see previous page for options.
Prices exclude P&P
Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
Information www.connevans.info
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Dorgard ‒ firedoor release doorstop
Dorgard is a device designed to safely hold open a fire door and
automatically release the fire door upon the sound of a fire alarm.
Unlike electro-magnetic retainers, Dorgard requires no wiring as it is battery
operated and self-contained. Installation is easy, quick and non-disruptive. It is fixed
to the fire door with four screws and takes approximately 5 minutes to install. Once
you have inserted two C size batteries (supplied), Dorgard is ready for duty.
When Dorgard is holding open a fire door, it listens for a continuous fire alarm
sound level of over 65 decibels. After approximately 14 seconds it will release,
allowing the fire door to close under the pressure of the overhead door closure.
The Dorgard has also got an automatic night-time release feature ‒ please refer to
www.DeafEquipment.co.uk for full details of this feature and other Dorgard information.
Dorgard system comprises: 1 Dorgard unit, 1 floorplate, 2 display stickers, 1 User guide, 2 x C size alkaline
batteries & fixings.
Size: 205 x 195 x 45mm. Weight: 700g.
The Dorgard unit is powered by 2 C size alkaline
batteries (supplied) ‒ rechargeable batteries
should not be used (battery life approx one year).
40FDORG + colour code
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1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 134.40
£ 120.96
£ 112.00
£ 100.80
Black ‒ suffix BK
Red ‒ suffix RE
White ‒ suffix WH
Brown‒ suffix BR
The Dorgard Effects range of finishes are
specifically designed for the more
discerning architectural interiors market.
Dorgard Effects
40FDORGE + colour code
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 158.40
£ 140.40
£ 132.00
£ 117.00
Beech ‒ suffix BH
Oak ‒ suffix OA
Ash ‒ suffix AH
Chrome ‒ suffix CM
Commercial fire alarm systems ‒ adding night-time alerting for deaf and hard of hearing people
A 24 volt vibrator pad and locking socket for wiring into a commercial integrated
24v building fire alarm system, providing night-time vibrating alert facility for
residential accommodation ‒ such as hotels, universities or care homes.
The circular vibrator pad has a miniature 3 pin XLR plug and requires 24 volts dc
nominal (27 volts dc max). Current ‒ 120mA nominal, 160mA max.
Suitable for intermittent (test and alarm conditions) use. The units are suitable for
alarm purposes where alarm or operator reset is undertaken when alarm conditions
come into force. Damage may occur if the unit is left running for periods longer than
1 hour without reset. The units are not designed for continuous use.
Installation ‒ the installer must ensure that the location chosen for the vibrator (e.g.
under the pillow) is satisfactory to wake the user when it is operated.
Vibrator pad
Single gang fire alarm plate
Pad only, for use with 24FPLATEA
24v dc vibrator, with miniature locking 3 pin
XLR plug for wiring into commercial fire alarm
system. Size: 97 x 34mm. Weight: 150g.
Socket & plate only, for use with 24FVIBA
For installation into commercial
integrated 24v building fire alarm
system.
24FVIBA2 2m lead
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£ 16.06
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24FPLATEA
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 21.01
£ 18.91
£ 17.51
£ 15.76
Telephone 01737 247571
Email [email protected]
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 18.52
£ 16.66
£ 15.43
£ 13.88
Prices exclude P&P
Information www.connevans.info Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
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An introduction to Induction Loop Systems for Service Providers
‘Service providers are required to make changes, where needed, to improve service for disabled customers or
potential customers. There is a legal requirement to make reasonable changes to the way things are done (such
as changing a policy), to the built environment (such as making changes to the structure of a building to improve
access) and to provide auxiliary aids and services (such as providing information in an accessible format, an
induction loop for customers with hearing aids, special computer software or additional staff support when using
a service).’
Source: EQUALITY ACT 2010: WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW? Government Equalities Office, July 2010
What is an induction
loop system?
Most people are
familiar with public
address (PA) systems.
There is normally a
microphone for the person speaking
which is connected to an amplifier
which in turn feeds the speakers.
Sometimes there is also a mixer to
allow the input of either additional
microphones or another audio
source such as a television.
which makes it very difficult for a
hearing aid wearer to concentrate on
one particular sound. If a hearing aid
user turns up their hearing aid
volume control they will increase all
the sound, and the person shuffling
or coughing next to them will still be
louder than the person speaking.
The induction loop allows a hearing
aid user to listen to a single sound
source with all background noise
eliminated. The hearing aid user can
also adjust their volume without
affecting anyone else.
How is the sound heard?
When the individual’s hearing aid is
set to the ‘loop’ program (sometimes
known as ‘T’) it will pick up the signal
from the induction loop and the
sound is fed directly into the hearing
aid.
If there is an existing PA sound
system you can connect it directly
into the induction loop amplifier.
This has the advantage that, as the
person talking is able to hear the
sound from the speakers, they use
their microphone more effectively
because they themselves hear when
they have moved away from the
microphone.
With a public area induction loop
system, the sound source is either
similarly from a microphone or from
an existing sound PA system which
is then connected to the induction
loop amplifier which then feeds an
induction loop. This induction loop
is a wire run around the area to be
looped. The ‘area to be looped’ is
usually the whole room but can be
part of the area if that is appropriate Where are loop systems installed?
or could even be a ‘neck’ loop which Loops are often found in large public
buildings (theatres, places of worship,
is worn by the hearing aid user.
etc). You will also find them at
What does it do?
counters in banks, advice centres or
The induction loop
shops.
allows a hearing aid user
A standard sign is displayed to show
to listen to the sound
when a loop system installed. Train
directly into their hearing
stations, museums,
aids via the ‘loop’ program without
office meeting
the distortion of added room
rooms, sports
acoustics, echo, etc.
venues,
What is the advantage?
community halls ‒
A hearing aid microphone amplifies
all benefit from
all the sound sources around the user loop systems.
Which type of loop
systems do I choose?
We offer a wide range of
loop systems suited to
many different needs:
Wireless group listening
systems with small, portable
neckloop receivers allow you to
provide full access for visitors in
guided tours or training sessions.
Portable loop systems are ideal for
one-to-one communication at a
counter or in a small meeting room.
They can be charged and available to
use whenever & wherever they are
needed. Larger transportable
systems can be
quickly set-up when
required for a
meeting.
We supply and
install a range of
loop system kits
for use in large
rooms, halls or public spaces.
Our in-house experts can advise on
all aspects of selecting and specifying
the right system for your needs.
Finally, ACCA (Across the Counter
Communication Aid) loop systems
can be installed at counters and
reception desks to provide access for
deaf and hard of hearing visitors.
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Wireless Group Listening Systems
Portable wireless systems offer a very straightforward and flexible approach to providing access for deaf and
hard of hearing people in line with the requirements of the Equality Act. Needing no installation, wireless
systems can be ready to use whenever and wherever they are required and with any number of people, from
individuals to large groups.
A portable wireless system comprises a radio microphone transmitter for the person speaking and one or more receivers for
those listening. With the receiver, hearing aid wearers use a neck loop with their aids on the ‘Loop’ program and others listen
using headphones.
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Over the next few pages we give some example system bundles,
London
however each of the individual components is available separately and we
are happy to put together a bespoke bundle to suit your particular needs.
Please contact Robert in Customer Services on 01737 247571 for more information.
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Phonak Roger group listening systems
Roger digital wireless products are made by Phonak, one of the world’s largest hearing aid
manufacturers. As such, these systems are a particlarly good choice when you are making provision for
hearing aid users, although they can also be used by hard of hearing people who don’t wear hearing aids.
For full details about the system components, please see section 1b.
Roger EasyPen and four Roger
MyLink (03) receivers bundle
For a small group of deaf or hearing people
listening to a single speaker
Includes:
Roger EasyPen
transmitter set, four
Roger MyLink (type
x4
03) neckloop receiver
sets and four pairs
of headphones.
x4
3PRQEPM4
Roger EasyPen and twelve
Roger MyLink (03) receivers
bundle
For a large group of deaf or hearing
people listening to a speaker in a
tour guide situation
Includes: Roger EasyPen
transmitter set, twelve Roger
MyLink (type 03) neckloop
receiver sets, twelve pairs of
headphones and a MyLink
charging suitcase.
x 12
x 12
3PRQEPM12
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1+
POA
POA
1+
POA
POA
Eight Roger EasyPen and four Roger MyLink (03) receivers bundle
For a group discussion with multiple speakers and a
small number of deaf or hearing people
Includes: Eight Roger EasyPen transmitter sets,
four Roger MyLink (type 03) neckloop receiver sets,
four pairs of headphones and a storage case.
x8
x4
x4
3PRQEPM84
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inc VAT
ex VAT
1+
POA
POA
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JTS wireless listening systems
These JTS radio products are purpose designed for use as tour guide systems, operating on one of 16 user selectable UHF
channels. They are rugged and very simple to use, with multi-charging solutions which are great for large numbers of
receivers. Suitable for use both by people with or without a hearing loss, these are ideal for use in museums, galleries,
churches and tourist attractions.
JTS TG-10T transmitter with lapel
microphone
JTS TG-10R receiver with
headphones
JTS TG-10R receiver with
neckloop
A smart radio transmitter which can be
used either with its integrated
microphone or the supplied lapel
microphone.
Supplied with removable
beltclip and neck cord.
The built-in lithium
battery gives a typical
operating time of 14
hours and an LED
display indicates
the chosen
channel. Operating range is up to 60m.
Receiver with headphones and
volume control.
Suitable for hearing
visitors and for hard of
hearing people who
don’t wear hearing aids.
Supplied with
removable
beltclip and neck
cord.
Receiver with a high-performance
neckloop and volume control.
For use by people who wear
hearing aids
with the ‘loop’
program.
Supplied with
removable
beltclip
and neck
cord.
Size: 54 x 17 x
99mm. Weight:
81g.
Size: 54 x 17
x 99mm.
Weight: 81g.
Size: 54 x 17 x 99mm. Weight: 81g.
90T10TL
90T10RH
90T10RN
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1
2-4
5+
£ 142.02
£ 134.92
£ 127.82
£ 118.35
£ 112.43
£ 106.52
1
2-4
5+
£ 153.29
£ 145.62
£ 137.96
£ 127.74
£ 121.35
£ 114.97
1
2-4
5+
£ 159.22
£ 151.25
£ 143.29
£ 132.68
£ 126.04
£ 119.41
JTS charging options
A range of
chargers are
available,
suitable for
charging up to
2, 18 or 36
transmitter or
receiver units
(not included).
2-slot charger
Size: 85 x 75 x 41mm
90T10CH2
18-slot
charging case
36-slot charging
suitcase
Size:
362 x 422 x 189mm
Size: 561 x 400
x 230mm
90T10CH18
90T10CH36
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1-4
£ 51.48
£ 42.90
1-4
£ 339.01
£ 282.51
1-4
£ 587.99
£ 489.99
JTS group tour guide bundle for 17 people
For a group of up to 17 people with one speaker, ideal as a tour guide system.
This bundle includes headphones for everybody and two neckloops
to provide access for hearing aid wearers.
Includes: one JTS TG-10T transmitter with
lapel mic, seventeen TG-10R receivers,
x 17
seventeen pairs of headphones and storage
case, two inductive neckloops and an
18 slot charging suitcase.
x2
x 17
90T1Q17
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 2868.34 £ 2390.28
Prices exclude P&P
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Audioropa premium wireless listening systems
The Audioropa system is a top-of-the range UHF wireless listening solution, designed for applications where a premium
system is required. The units are very small and light, with a stylish, modern look and LCD screen showing battery status,
FM channel and other useful information. They offer a very long range and excellent sound quality.
Audioropa SPL-32R receiver
A smart and compact receiver with an LCD display.
Depending on the volume setting, the receiver can operate
continuously for up to 11 hours. The operating range is approximately
90 metres.
Supplied with beltclip carrier. Requires charger, purchased separately.
The unit has a 3.5mm socket for use with
headphones, earphones or neckloop.
Size: 69 x 42 x 14mm. Weight: 45g.
Audioropa SPL-32T transmitter with
lapel microphone
A smart and compact transmitter with an LCD
display.
The rechargeable battery gives an operating
time of approx. 10 hours.
Supplied with lapel microphone
with tie clip & beltclip carrier.
Requires charger,
purchased separately.
Size: 69 x 42 x 14mm.
Weight: 45g.
90TA32TM
Each
SPL-32R receiver with
headphones
SPL-32R receiver with
neckloop
90TA32RH
90TA32RN
Each
1-4
5-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 223.62
£ 199.03
£ 174.96
£ 186.35
£ 165.86
£ 145.80
Each
1-4
5-9
10+
1-4
5-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 236.64
£ 212.92
£ 189.20
£ 197.20
£ 177.43
£ 157.67
Premium bundle for a group of 5 listeners with
one speaker. Provides facilities for any
combination of deaf or hearing listeners.
Includes: SPL-32T transmitter & microphone,
five SPL-32R receivers, five pairs of headphones,
five neckloops, three dual chargers
and storage case.
For charging 2 units
‒ either receivers or transmitters
(not included).
90TACH2
1-4
5-9
10+
ex VAT
£ 278.75
£ 248.91
£ 219.06
Audioropa group tour guide
bundle for 5 people
Audioropa 2-slot charger
Each
inc VAT
£ 334.50
£ 298.69
£ 262.87
x5
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 121.50
£ 108.13
£ 94.78
£ 101.25
£ 90.11
£ 78.98
Audioropa lapel
microphone
Audioropa neck cord
Microphone with tie clip for
transmitter.
x5
x5
x3
Detachable neck lanyard for
use with transmitter or
receiver.
x6
90TA32AM
Each
1-4
5-9
10+
240
90TA32AL
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 30.24
£ 27.90
£ 25.55
£ 25.20
£ 23.25
£ 21.29
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5-9
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£ 4.80
£ 4.43
£ 4.06
£ 4.00
£ 3.69
£ 3.38
Telephone 01737 247571
Email [email protected]
90TAQ5
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 1862.18 £ 1551.82
Prices exclude P&P
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Public Address systems ‒ SoundRanger
SoundRanger portable wireless amplifiers with built-in
radio microphone receivers are ideal for outdoor sound
reinforcement or for use inside for events and conferences.
These portable products offer an excellent quality, cost effective and flexible
all-in-one sound reinforcement solution. They include built-in radio
microphones, with the receiver, amplifier and speakers all in one unit ‒
which means no connecting cables.
Although they are sophisticated internally, SoundRanger systems are simple
and user friendly to operate.
There are 2 sizes of portable battery powered systems: the SoundRanger Micro for small group use and the larger
Compact4 range for conferences or outdoor use. Both models have inputs for an iPod or CD player and are available
with a choice of microphone types.
40SFKW25B
40SFK4F
40SFK2MXF
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 214.20
£ 192.78
£ 178.50
£ 160.65
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 817.20
£ 735.48
£ 681.00
£ 612.90
Each
1-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 955.20
£ 859.68
£ 796.00
£ 716.40
AU
1 x Compact 2M dual channel
1 x Compact 2X extension speaker
1 x handheld microphone
1 x transmitter belt pack
1 x collarworn microphone
Mains power only
AU
1 x Compact4 dual channel
1 x handheld microphone
1 x transmitter belt pack
1 x collarworn microphone
Rechargeable or mains power
AU
1 x Micro
1 x handheld microphone
Rechargeable or mains power
50
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For audiences of
500 people or more:
up to
CE
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For audiences of
up to
150 people or more: 150
DIEN
CE
For audiences of
50 people or more:
up to
500
Megaphones
Megaphones and Loud Hailers are an ideal aid for evacuation control, public events etc.
We have an excellent range of value for money megaphones and have a product to suit most situations ‒ from extra large
45 watt megaphones with a wireless microphone, ideal for large scale events needing maximum volume, to a little 5 watt
megaphone suitable for indoor use, great for health and safety & building evacuation control.
Below we list a small selection of products ‒ for our full range of megaphones please visit our specialist micro-website:
www.MegaphoneShop.co.uk
Note: with the exception of the small lightweight megaphone, loud hailers are designed to be used in wide open spaces, and will not
perform as well in enclosed environments.
Small lightweight 10w
TM-10 megaphone
30W megaphone with hand microphone
A powerful 30W megaphone with siren, shoulder strap and
remote microphone. Excellent value for money.
A compact lightweight, but
powerful megaphone with
siren ‒ ideally suited for small
scale events and crowd control.
Size: 340 x 230mm dia.
Weight 2kg ex. batt.
Power: 8 x D batteries (not supplied)
MZMTM10
MX952019
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1
2-4
5+
£ 17.10
£ 16.25
£ 15.40
£ 14.25
£ 13.54
£ 12.83
Prices exclude P&P
Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
Size: 244 x 158mm dia.
Weight 595g.
Power: 8 x AA batteries
(not supplied)
Information www.connevans.info
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1
2-3
4+
£ 31.50
£ 29.93
£ 25.84
£ 26.25
£ 24.94
£ 21.53
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Portable loop systems for hard of hearing people in public places
ILD100 portable loop system
An easy to set up and use system to provide loop facilities for areas up to 8 x 8m. Ideal whenever a loop system is
occasionally required for meetings, discussions, etc. or to ensure Equality Act compliance.
The system includes a constant current amplifier which utilises a single turn loop.
We supply pre-cut cables, with 4mm plugs & sockets, in different lengths to allow
you to plug them together as required to create a loop the right size for the area.
Loop wire can be a potential tripping hazard
and should always be taped down ‒ a reel of
‘gaffa’ tape is included. The wire we have
selected is very flexible, making it easy to
place & fix and resistant to tangling.
The boundary layer microphones supplied
with the system use the surface that they are on, such as a table, to increase sensitivity and
are particularly suitable for group discussions and meetings.
ILD100 Portable Loop System consists of the following items:
1 x ILD100 Loop Amplifier in a custom carrying case
2 x 10m lengths of Loop Cable, 3 x 4m lengths of Loop Cable
2 x Boundary Layer Microphones with 8m lead
40ILD100P
& 3m extension.
Each
inc VAT
TV SCART lead, reel of gaffa tape & instructions.
1-4
£ 627.60
(Total weight of case plus contents: 5.5kg)
5+
£ 564.84
ex VAT
£ 523.00
£ 470.70
We advise the purchase of a loop listener tester for use with this portable loop, please
refer to page 246 for alternatives. The 40ILRKIT Loop Receiver tester is a good practical choice.
ILD100 Portable Loop with radio microphone and Soundranger Micro sound re-inforcement kit
Provides amplified sound with a radio microphone for one presenter from one speaker together with an inductive loop
(max 8 x 8m).
Having both amplified sound, and an induction loop signal, means that all of the guests at your meeting will be able to hear
more clearly. Those with mild hearing loss benefit from the amplified sound from the Soundranger Micro. Hearing Aid users
(with aids that have a loop program) will be able to listen to the loop signal.
During ‘round-table’ type discussions, the conference microphones may be used to pick up sounds from around the table. This
will benefit those using the loop who use hearing aids that do not have a combined ‘M/T’ setting.
(NB. Sound picked up by the conference microphone will be audible
through the induction loop system but will not be broadcast through
the Soundranger Micro loudspeaker).
If required, additional ‘Loop Listeners’ (Part no. 40ILRKIT) may be
purchased for use by those with hearing loss, but no hearing aids, to
listen to the induction loop signal.
Kit includes:
1 x Portable ILD100 Loop system
1 x Soundranger Micro sound re-inforcement
receiver amplifier
1 x Micro speaker stand
1 x Micro to ILD100 connecting lead
1 x transmitter belt pack
1 x collarworn microphone
10 x PP3 alkaline batteries
1 x Inductive loop receiver tester
2 x carry bags
40ILDSRK1
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
1-4
5+
£ 1070.69
£ 963.62
£ 892.24
£ 803.02
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Transportable loop systems
Connevans offer a range of transportable hearing aid ‘T’ loop systems to
provide Equality Act facilities for venues up to 20 x 20m. They can be used as
a 'stand-alone' system or linked with a Public Address facility.
The Connevans transportable loop systems are fitted into hard sided
flight-cases for convenience and ease of use. The rack
mount approach allows components to be safely fixed
and connected ‘ready to go’.
Two radio microphones are included as standard;
bespoke systems with additional radio microphones
and/or Public Address amplifiers can be configured
upon request.
Each version comprises:
l Hard sided 19” rack flight-case with end covers and carry handle.
l Loop amplifier.
l 2 x UHF radio microphone receivers.
1 lapel microphone with belt pack & 1 hand-held microphone.
l Six-channel audio mixer.
l Wired microphone & floor stand.
l Front patch panel with 2x XLR inputs for additional microphone(s) and two
'Auxiliary Input' channels (Phono) for CD/AV/MP3 or laptop. Outputs (Phono)
provided for 'Audio Out' and personal radio aid rebroadcast.
l Connevans AFILS Loop field strength meter tester.
l Loop cable lengths with 4mm plug/sockets for easy connection.
l Accessory bags, 2 loops signs, instructions etc.
The rear of the unit incorporates a panel with mains connection and output
connections for the loop wire plus XLR audio out for a slave PA system/amplifier.
The system includes a constant current amplifier which utilises a single turn loop. We
supply pre-cut cables, with 4mm plugs & sockets, in different lengths to allow you to
plug them together as required to create a loop the right size for the area. Our red
multistranded loop wire has flexible synthetic rubber insulation and is specifically
chosen for its ability to resist tangling.
Loop wire is a potential trip hazard and should
For areas up to 10m x 10m:
always be safely taped down.
40IT300P
inc VAT
ex VAT
For speed of setting up we would suggest, where Each
£ 2107.09
£ 1755.91
possible, permanently fitting a loop wire in rooms 1+
that are used regularly. A permanent loop wire
may be fitted in miniature surface trunking or
For areas up to 15m x 15m:
simply clipped to the existing skirting board
40IT500P
(running around the architrave at doorways)
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
‒ the wire we supply for fitted loops has a simpler 1+
£ 2203.09
£ 1835.91
specification, is approx 3mm dia. and available in
a choice of colours.
For areas up to 20m x 20m:
Case size for all 3 systems: 540 x 250 x 560mm
40IT1000P
Weight: (excluding accessories) 20kg.
Mains power 230v ac 50Hz uk plug.
Each
1+
Folding trolleys
Attractive, neat and strong ‒ folding
trolleys fit into a tiny area for storage then
unfold and extend in seconds when
required to carry loads
of up to 60kg.
One touch of a button and the load
tray and wheels extend with ease.
Search ‘trolleys’ online at
www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
Prices exclude P&P
Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 2467.09
£ 2055.91
Connevans offers a wide range of loop system options ‒ ranging
from loop cable for regularly used rooms to
loop systems in wall mounted lockable
cupboards.
Our Connevans Guide for Induction loops
in public places gives full details of loop kits
and includes a questionnaire to help
establish what equipment you require. Visit
www.connevans.info/loop_information
to download a copy.
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Loop Amplifier kits for rooms up to 20 x 20m
Connevans supply a range of induction loop systems to cover most sizes of halls and public places and enable compliance
with the requirements of Building Regulations 2010 (revision effective October 2015) document M vol 2; Access to and use of
buildings, Sections M1 & M2, which apply to booking and ticket offices, large reception areas, auditoria and meeting rooms.
Specifying & installing loop systems for larger rooms can be daunting but we are happy to provide help and advice.
Our Connevans Guide for Induction loops in public places gives full details of loop kits and includes a questionnaire to help
establish what equipment you require. Visit www.connevans.info/loop_information to download a copy.
For areas larger than 6 x 6m we supply Ampetronic Constant Current Loop Amplifiers which utilise a single turn loop. They
can be supplied in kit form ready for DIY installation or, alternatively, we are able to provide an installation service. 19” rack wall
mounted cupboards are also available.
Site Survey
Connevans offer a loop site survey service to determine any particular installation requirements for your venue ‒ please
check with Customer Services that surveys can be carried out in your area. Typical cost of site survey: £390 (£325 ex VAT).
The Connevans site survey service covers three elements:
l On site discussion and evaluation of the needs of the customer in order to prepare a system proposal which fully meets
their specific requirements.
l Technical survey to check the suitability of the proposed site ‒ we will check the level of background inductive noise to
ensure feasibility, decide the best loop wire position and calculate which is the appropriate amplifier for optimum
performance.
l Practical test with a temporary trial loop to check for potential field strength losses where necessary.
Installation
Connevans offer a full installation and demonstration service for loop systems ‒ please check with Customer Services that
installations can be carried out in your area. Typical cost of installation: £564 (£495 ex VAT) per system.
A good site survey and installation can make the difference between just being able to say that you have a loop fitted or
having a loop installation about which people say ‘I enjoyed the session, for once I could hear what was said’.
Loop amplifiers
Conference microphones
We have a range of amplifiers from Ampetronic, all of which
can be bought as part of our standard kits. The choice of
amplifier will be determined by the size of the room the loop is
being installed in.
Why not add a conference table boundary layer
microphone pack for use with a radio microphone
belt pack in round table discussions?
Ampetronic ILD300
Loop System
For rooms up to 10 x 10m
Ampetronic ILD500 Loop System
For rooms up to 15 x 15m
Ampetronic ILD1000G Loop System
For rooms up to 20 x 20m
The table top conference microphone
is connected to the belt pack radio
microphone transmitter in place of the
lapel microphone.
Hi quality conference table boundary layer
microphone
Omni directional table top boundary layer microphone
for use with S4.4 or S4.16
radio microphone belt
pack with 3.5mm plug
connection.
2237
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1+
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inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 102.00
£ 85.00
Prices exclude P&P
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The DIY Kit options for self installation are:
Kit 1 for connecting to an existing PA system ‒ with this kit the output from your existing sound system is used to feed the
hearing aid induction loop amplifier.
Kit 2 stand alone loop system ‒ this system is supplied with two radio microphones. The lapel mic radio microphone is
intended for the main presenter to wear and the handheld radio mic can be used by anybody introducing them and also for
questions from the floor ‒ which are otherwise very difficult for hearing aid users to hear.
A conventional wired microphone is also included in Kit 2 systems. It is our experience that ‘expensive’ radio microphones are
sometimes unavailable, locked ‘safely away’ when an unplanned use of the room loop is required; so we include a ‘less
expensive’ wired microphone to leave available at all times with the loop amplifier. It is also a very good backup for when a user
has a problem with a radio microphone ‒ even if it is only caused by a flat battery!
Kit 2 packages include a multi-channel Mic/Line Mixer which has two XLR mic inputs and two aux inputs. The aux inputs are
suitable for connection to TV or other music source. If more than 2 microphones are required, alternative mixers are available ‒
please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Both kits are straightforward to install and include a Connevans AFILS field strength meter/listener.
Kit 1 ‒ connecting to an existing
PA system
Includes the amplifier, 2 loop signs, loop
cable and a Inductive loop field strength
meter/listener for routine testing.
AMPLIFIER
chosen according to room size
(see opposite)
ILD300 ‒ rooms up to 10 x 10m
40ILD300K1
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 689.89
£ 574.91
ILD500 ‒ rooms up to 15 x 15m
40ILD500K1
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 818.28
£ 681.90
ILD1000G ‒ rooms up to 20 x 20m
40ILD1GK1
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 1064.23
£ 886.86
Kit 2 ‒ a stand alone loop system for two inputs
Includes the amplifier, mic pre-amp/mixer, 2 loop signs, loop cable, Inductive loop field strength meter/listener,
2 UHF 4-channel diversity radio microphones (one tie clip & one hand held) and receivers,
pack of 10 alkaline batteries for the radio microphones, wired hand mic (for back up use) & floor stand.
AMPLIFIER
chosen according to room size
(see opposite)
ILD300 ‒ rooms up to 10 x 10m
40ILD300K2
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 1320.00
£ 1100.00
ILD500 ‒ rooms up to 15 x 15m
40ILD500K2
Each
1+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 1464.00
£ 1220.00
ILD1000G ‒ rooms up to 20 x 20m
40ILD1GK2
Each
1+
Prices exclude P&P
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inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 1680.00
£ 1400.00
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Loop Listening & Testing
Connevans AFILS Loop Field Strength Meter
The Connevans 40IFSCE Audio Frequency Induction Loop field strength meter is a
calibrated precision measurement device. It is designed to meet the requirements of
BS7594.
Two different frequency response characteristics are provided: 'NORMAL' which is a
restricted response, similar to that of a hearing aid, and 'FLAT' which is a wide, flat
response, similar to that of an equalized induction loop receiver for wide-band
communication. Both filter characteristics meet the requirements of BS7594.
The meter is calibrated in two ranges; +3dB to -24dB and -24 to -51dB with
respect to the field strength of 0.56A/m recommended by BS7594, allowing
background magnetic noise levels to be measured as well as AFILS signal
strength. The measured audio signal may be monitored using headphones on
all range and filter combinations.
This meter has a number of important features that distinguish it from other similar meters on the market:
l The indicating scale is referenced to a magnetic field strength of 0.56A/m, as
recommended in BS7594.
l The meter responds to programme peaks. The PPM style of indicator allows the user
to verify in real time that an AFILS can provide sufficient field strength for good
speech clarity.
l The monitor audio output is active on all range and filter combinations. The monitor
output frequency response emulates that of a typical induction loop listener. This
means that the person testing hears a similar signal to that to be heard by a loop user.
l The meter is operated in the vertical plane so that it is easy to read when held at the
hearing aid position.
l The meter is designed with high quality components for low noise and operates over
a very wide range of 54dB in two stages. The range
Connevans AFILS Loop
in use is indicated by an LED, as is a low battery
Field Strength Meter with
Connevans AFILS Loop
condition warning.
20pt calibration
Field Strength Meter
l The LED scale is colour coded. Green is OK for
40IFSCE20
40IFSCE
background noise and speech peaks (depending on
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
Each
inc VAT
ex VAT
range selected).
1
£ 208.92
£ 174.10
1
£ 158.52
£ 132.10
l Two measurement filter (tone) responses are
2-4
£ 200.99
£ 167.49
2-4
£ 150.59
£ 125.49
provided.
5-19
£
193.07
£ 160.89
5-19 £ 142.67
£ 118.89
l The meter is calibrated, traceable to National
20+
£
177.22
£ 147.68
20+ £ 126.82
£ 105.68
Standards.
Includes: Loop Field Strength Meter, carrying pouch, headphones, 1 x PP3 battery & instructions.
Weight: 130gm. Headphones: 60g. Size: 125 x 68 x 25mm. Requires 1 x PP3 alkaline battery ‒ supplied.
It is important that any venue with an induction loop,
whether it is installed or portable, is able to listen and test
the system to ensure it is working properly.
If you do not need the full field strength measurement
provided by the Connevans AFILS meter above, these loop
testers will quickly and easily allow a non-hearing aid user to
listen to the signal from the induction loop and carry out an
acoustic check. By simply listening to the loop you can check
the quality, volume and clarity.
Ampetronic ILR3 inductive loop test
receiver
Loop receiver tester
Complete with headphones and
batteries in a handy
pouch.
Size: 100 x 60 x
25mm.
Weight:
130g inc battery.
Headphones: 60g.
Requires 1 x PP3
alkaline battery
‒ supplied.
Supplied with headphones.
40ILR3
Each
1
2-4
5-19
20+
246
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 100.04
£ 90.04
£ 80.04
£ 70.03
£ 83.37
£ 75.03
£ 66.70
£ 58.36
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Size: 95 x 60 x
25mm. Weight:
100g inc batteries.
Headphones: 60g.
Requires 2 x AA
alkaline batteries
‒ not supplied.
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40ILRKIT
Each
1
2-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 51.98
£ 49.38
£ 46.79
£ 43.32
£ 41.15
£ 38.99
Prices exclude P&P
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ACCA ‒ Inductive Loop Counter Systems
An Across the Counter Communication Aid (ACCA), is designed to allow a hearing aid user with a
loop program (sometimes referred to as a ‘T’ setting) to listen to someone who is the other side
of a glass partition, security screen or counter; something that is often difficult enough for those
with normal hearing!
The system usually consists of a microphone on the
counter clerk’s side of the divide; this microphone is
then fed into an amplifier which feeds a loop pad.
T
It is important to check a proposed installation position for
suitability before installing a loop system; including a check
for background magnetic noise. For example, some computer
screens can be a source of magnetic noise and it may be
necessary to move the screen or the loop or even both.
Connevans are able to offer an installation service on the UK
mainland, please check with Customer Services that
installations can be carried out in your area.
A typical cost is £ 300 (£ 250 ex VAT) per ACCA based on a minimum of 2 installations on the site ‒ i.e. min charge £ 600 (£ 500
ex VAT) but we are happy to prepare a personalised quotation; please contact Robert on [email protected]
ACCA Counter Loop Systems
Each system includes: CLD1 Amplifier and microphone of choice plus ‘T’ loop sign, loop pad & fixing clips.
CLD1 amplifier Size: 128 x 74 x 35mm. Weight: 250g
Mains lead: 1.9m. Loop pad: 300 x 350mm. Lead length: 850mm.
Plus
microphone
of choice ‒
see below
ACCA system with glass/panel mount boundary
layer microphone
Our recommended choice ‒ better sound quality than just
having a tie clip microphone mounted on a security window.
Mic size: 43 x 24 x 15mm. Mic lead with 3.5mm plug, length: 2.9m.
40IACLD1B
Each
1
2-4
5-19
20+
ACCA System with free
standing gooseneck high
quality microphone
for open plan reception desk.
Supplied with foam windshield.
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 263.04
£ 236.74
£ 210.43
£ 184.13
£ 219.20
£ 197.28
£ 175.36
£ 153.44
ACCA system with free standing
desktop microphone
Mic base: 140 mm x 115mm
Lead length: 2m.
Height 480mm
Weight with base: 500g
Mic size: 93 x 74 x 300 (max) mm.
Weight with base: 358g.
Mic lead with 3.5mm plug, length: 1.9m.
40IACLDK3
40IACLD1D
Each
1
2-4
5-19
20+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 283.20
£ 263.22
£ 243.24
£ 223.26
£ 236.00
£ 219.35
£ 202.70
£ 186.05
Each
1
2-4
5-19
20+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 223.08
£ 200.77
£ 178.46
£ 156.16
£ 185.90
£ 167.31
£ 148.72
£ 130.13
Please note that we recommend the purchase of a loop tester for every installation site.
Connevans offer a choice of loop listener/testers which allow you to listen to the loop, just as a hearing
aid wearer would and to check the performance, sound quality and signal strength.
The Connevans AFILS meter is our recommended tester as it can be used both for a quick listening test
and also for field strength measurements. Please see previous page for more information or please visit
our website www.DeafEquipment.co.uk and search for ‘loop listener’ to view the full range.
Prices exclude P&P
Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
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Portable induction desk loop systems
Suitable for one-to-one communication with someone wearing a hearing aid with a Loop Programme or ‘T’
facility and ideal for providing Equality Act compliance without major upheaval or expense. Suitable for use in
shops, offices, sales counters, reception desks etc.
Working
range:
approx.1m
Staff
member
Portable
loop
Customer
With no wiring or setting up, other than putting the unit onto the counter and
switching on, these portable loops can be stored until required and be ready for
use within seconds ‒ as long as the
batteries are charged! The unit is simply
placed on the desk/counter, the member
of staff sits behind the unit with the
hearing aid user opposite with their
hearing aid set on ‘T’. The voice of the staff
member is picked up by the loop amplifier
integral microphone and converted to a
loop signal. The speech is heard directly by
the hearing aids via the Loop Programme.
The unit can also be used with personal
inductive loop listeners, such as the
40ILRKIT on page 246. All the units cover
an area of approx. 1m around the unit.
The Geemarc LoopHear 101 is supplied with a free-standing desk microphone
which can be used instead of the internal microphone.
It also comes with a single handheld earpiece which is good for those who don't
wear hearing aids but would benefit from the enhanced communication. There is a
holder for the earpiece which is useful but can be removed if preferred.
Geemarc LoopHear 101
In the opinion of our
evaluation panel, the
LoopHear 101 offers a good
sound quality and novel
facilities. The rear controls are
clearly labelled and it is
supplied with a nice desktop
mic and useful earpiece.
40GLHEAR1
Each
1-4
5-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 137.99
£ 124.19
£ 112.13
£114.99
£103.49
£ 93.44
Includes: NiMH battery, plug-in mains charger,
external microphone (3m lead), stethoscope
headset with 3.5mm plug and base mounting unit.
ILPL20
Don’t forget to test it
regularly!
The unit will operate for 4
hours on fully charged
batteries and can also be
used whilst recharging. There
are 2 LEDs to indicate battery
status and sound activity.
In the opinion of our
evaluation panel, the ILPL20
has good loop strength,
frequency response and a
robust feel.
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Each
1-9
10+
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£ 137.99
£ 133.69
£ 114.99
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Includes: plug-in
mains charger and
loop installation
sticker.
Connevans
Telephone 01737 247571
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Hearing aid wearers often tell
us that they go to use a
counter-top loop system like
the ones on these pages but
find that it isn’t working.
To allow someone to regularly
test their system by listening to
it, we always
advise
purchasing a
simple loop
tester such as
item 40ILRKIT
on page 246.
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Sarabec LA90 portable loop
LA90 handset kit
The LA90 is supplied with a tie-clip microphone, which is a useful accessory if there is
background noise such as air conditioning or where the speaker needs to be further
away from the unit. You can use the external mic at
the same time as the internal mic, which allows you
to pick up the voice of a person either side of the
unit, great if both users wear a hearing aid.
The LA90 has no handle but is light and easy to
move. It can also be screwed down to a counter or
secured using a Kensington type lock. Battery life is
approximately 6 hours from a 4 hour charge but it
can be powered from the mains if required.
In the opinion of our evaluation panel, the LA90
portable loop system is more compact and smarter
looking than the other desk top systems we supply.
Even though it’s smaller we found in our tests that
it provides a stronger signal and has a very good
frequency response.
Allows for the addition of a handset
for use by hard of hearing people
without hearing aids.
The handset is connected into the
headphones socket on the LA90.
91SLA90
Each
1-4
5-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 118.79
£ 107.99
£ 89.99
£ 98.99
£ 89.99
£ 74.99
Includes: NiMH battery,
plug-in UK mains charger,
external microphone (4m
lead), headphones with
3.5mm plug, 2 coloured
front panels and loop
installation sticker.
91SLA90HK
Each
On tall counters, the LA90
can be used lying down,
which is less intrusive.
Geemarc
LoopHear 101
Built-in microphone
Inductive range
Low battery indicator
Headset socket
Headphones supplied
Audio in socket
External microphone
Includes: black
replacement front
panel with hook,
handset and
connecting
cable.
1-4
5-9
10+
inc VAT
ex VAT
£ 24.98
£ 22.49
£ 18.73
£ 20.82
£ 18.74
£ 15.61
Contacta
ILPL20
Sarabec
LA90
4
4
4
approx. 1m
approx. 1m
approx. 1m
4
4
4
no
4
4
4
n/a
3.5mm
single earpiece
4
4
4
3.5mm
3.5mm
4
no ‒ purchased separately
desktop mic supplied
3.5mm
4
3.5mm
4
tie clip mic supplied
no
4
no
8 hours
4 hours
6 hours
recharge monthly
recharge monthly
recharge monthly
Auto power-off
no
no
DIY battery replacement
4
4
4
no
4
4
4
4
4
no
Storage case available
Battery life ‒ in use
Battery life ‒ not in use
Portable
Integral carry handle
Security
concealed
4
permanent fixing base plate
supplied
no ‒ shelf stand
purchased separately
4
concealed fixing sockets and
Kensington security slot
Dimensions in mm
250 x 220 x 70
270 x 250 x 110
200 x 180 x 75
Weight with battery
710g
800g
680g
Prices exclude P&P
Shop online www.DeafEquipment.co.uk
Information www.connevans.info
Telephone 01737 247571
Email [email protected]
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