AXIS C1310-E Network Horn Speaker
Outdoor speaker for clear long-range speech
- All-in-one speaker system
- Connects to standard network
- Simple installation with PoE
- Remote health testing
- Two input/outputs (GPIO)
Deter unwanted activity and warn off bad actors detected by your cameras with smart, easy-to-integrate AXIS C1310-E Network Horn Speaker. Or use it to provide voice instructions. This rugged horn speaker is perfect for most outdoor environments in most climates.
AXIS C1310-E is an all-in-one unit with built-in power amplifier and signal processing (DSP). Pre-configured digital signal processing produces clear, understandable voice every time. Onboard memory supports pre-recorded voice messages. Or, security personal can respond to notifications or provide instructions with live speak. AXIS C1310-E also has a built-in microphone for remote health testing – so you always know it’s working.
Flexible, scalable and cost-effective
AXIS C1310-E plugs right into standard IP networks. It supports Power over Ethernet (PoE), so a single cable provides both power and connectivity. Because it’s a stand-alone unit, you can place it anywhere. And it’s based on open standards, for easy integration with your video management software (VMS), with Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony (using SIP), and with analytics from Axis and our partners.
No noise, no distorion
Ever struggled to understand voice coming over a loudspeaker? Those days are over with AXIS C1310-E. It delivers clear speech you can really hear even when it’s coming from a long way away. Network audio technology and the built-in preconfigured digital signal processer (DSP) in every speaker ensure it. Whether you choose to use remote audio with pre-recorded event-triggered messages or let your security personnel respond with live speak in response to an alert.
All software isn't compatible with all products, please refer to the data sheets for compatibility information.
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