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Integrated, stable
flexible
A cost-effective combination of Voice Alarm and Public Address capabilities for reliable public performance and 24x7 supervision.

Intevio

The Intevio series features a powerful dual-channel audio matrix, up to 128 loudspeaker lines plus a high-speed data bus for unmatched sound reproduction in public settings. Other world-class features include digital volume control, comprehensive supervision, hot standby and easy integration with fire alarm panels

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Designed to be flexible at every level and for every application
A unique combination of PAVA capabilities for powerful public performance and 24x7 operations with ‘deep eyes’ monitoring

HCU-2000

PAVA Controller | Perfect for single buildings

The HCU-2000 controller is the core unit of Honeywell’s Intevio PAVA systems. It effortlessly performs multiple critical functions like audio storage and playback, signal processing, zone control, routing, scheduled broadcasts, supervision and fault detection. It meets international standards for safety. With its built-in 500W Class-D amplifier, this single controller can work as an integrated, 8-zone PAVA system for better stability, cost savings and superb user experience.

FEATURES
  • AC 220-240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
    Main Power Supply Voltage
  • 750 W
    Rated Power
  • AC 220-240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
    Backup power supply voltage
  • T10AH 250 V
    Main Power Supply Fuse
  • 85 Hz-18 KHz
    Mic/Line Frequency Response
  • 14.3Kg
    Net Weight
  • Specifications
  • Ordering Info
  • Resources
Model No. HCU-2000
Main Power Supply Voltage AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Rated Power 750W
Gross Weight 17.4Kg
Backup power supply AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Main Power Supply Fuse T10AH 250V
Microphone Input Sensitivity -65±3dBV
Microphone Input Impedance 250Ω
Microphone Input Frequency Response 90 Hz -13KHz
Microphone Input SNR >50dB (with A-Weight)
Auxiliary input Input channels 2
Auxiliary Input Sensitivity 1V (0dBV)
Auxiliary input Input impedance 10 KΩ
Auxiliary input Frequency response 85Hz-18KHz
Auxiliary Input SNR >77dB (with A-Weight)
Mic/Line Input Sensitivity -50dBV/0dBV, selectable
Mic/Line Input Impedance 10 KΩ
Mic/Line Input Frequency Response 85Hz-18KHz
Mic/Line Input SNR >77dB (with A-Weight)
Mic/Line Input Phantom Power DC 24V, switchable
Call Station Interface Input Signal 2V
Call Station Interface Input Impedance 20 KΩ
Call Station Interface Output Signal 2V
Call Station Interface Output Impedance 20 KΩ
Call Station Interface Frequency Response 85Hz-18KHz
Audio Output Channels Channel 1, channel 2 and recording output
Audio Output signal 1V (0dBV)
Audio Output THD <0.5%
Amplifier Control Interfaces Channels 3 (channel 1, channel 2 and backup amplifier)
Amplifier Control Interfaces Output Signal 1.4V
Amplifier Control Interfaces THD <0.5%
Amplifier Control Interfaces Control Signal Self-test signal, amplifier fault signal and power saving control signal
Loudspeaker Circuits Output Channels 8 (with group A and group B)
Loudspeaker Circuits Load 500W
Contact Inputs 10 (monitored)
Contact Outputs 8 (NO, NC & COM), “fault output, emergency output
MAX. Working Voltage for Outputs AC 250V/DC 30V
MAX. Working current for Outputs 2.5A
DC power output 24V/1A
Ethernet Port 10M/100M
Memory Capacity 1GB
Humidity < 95%, without condensation
Operating Temperature -10°C~+50°C (14°F~+122°F)
Storage Temperature -40°C~+70°C (-40°F~+158°F)
Product dimensions (W×H×D) 482 mm×133.5 mm×420 mm
Package dimension (W×H×D) 580 mm×279 mm×552 mm
Net Weight 14.3Kg
abc 24V/1A
Monitoring Loudspeaker 2W/8Ω
Model No. HCU-2000
Description Controller
Documentation Size Release Date File Type Download
Datasheet 2465.96 KB 07.11.2020 pdf Download
 

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