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Aiphone NHX-30G 30-Call Add On Selector NHX-30G by Aiphone

Aiphone NHX-30G 30-Call Add On Selector

Aiphone NHX-30G 30-Call Add On Selector

  • Aiphone NHX-30G 30-Call Add On Selector Aiphone NHX-30G 30-Call Add On Selector

SKU: NHX-30G

Model #: NHX-30G

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$792.00

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Quick Overview



    • Controlled from NHX-50M

    • Compact slimline design

    • Routine call and bathroom call annunciated by slow or fast flashing LED and tone

    • Auto-connect to next call in priority

    • Additional capacity controlled by NHR-30K expansion card Add-On

UPC: 790143054038

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Product Details

The NHX-30G is a 30 station add-on selector from Aiphone which is capable of expanding the NHX system to a maximum capacity of 80 stations. The NHX-30G add-on selector comes with a slim-line design, a routine call/bathroom call button, an auto connect capability, as well as multi-pin connector plug wiring, and a white colored finish. The NHX-30G add-on selector is user friendly, offers easy setup and installation, and comes complete with a UL 1069 listed certification. This add-on selector is constructed with high impact ABS plastic materials, and comes easy to install for all operators.

Features

  • Controlled from NHX-50M
  • Compact slimline design
  • Routine call and bathroom call annunciated by slow or fast flashing LED and tone
  • Auto-connect to next call in priority
  • Additional capacity controlled by NHR-30K expansion card Add-On
  • Selctor For NHX-50M

Product Specifications

SKU  NHX-30G
Manufacturer  Aiphone

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