Overcrowding at hospitals has created a need for temporary medical and testing facilities, and AtlasIED has answered the call with indoor/outdoor public address systems.
These facilities need high-quality public address systems to assist with crowd control, patient messaging, and critical announcements. To serve this critical need now, AtlasIED introduces its new Temporary Audio Systems (TAS) line of portable indoor/outdoor packaged audio systems.
To facilitate quick and easy setup, the TAS systems come packaged with all the necessary components, including all-weather speakers, handheld and desktop microphones, speaker/mic stands, power conditioners, amplifiers, cabling, and more. Four different packages are available, designed to serve facilities from 4,960 square feet up to 187,000 square feet.
Solutions can also be customized to meet the audio requirements of any temporary medical environment. AltasIED’s customer support team is available at firstname.lastname@example.org to help configure systems and to answer any questions.
“Understanding the gravity of the situation and the urgent need for these facilities to come online, fast, we’ve put together temporary audio packages to help people get them up and running quickly,” says John Ivey, President at AtlasIED. “The systems ship from one of our US-based warehouses and the individual components are portable, so they can be easily transported and relocated as new facilities are erected. With four different packages currently available, there’s a solution to meet the size and scope of any temporary medical or testing facility.”
Packages include the TAS-1 (up to 20,000 square feet), TAS-2 (up to 4,960 square feet), TAS-3 (up to 47,678 square feet), and TAS-4 (up to 187,500 square feet). All are available now for shipment and can be expedited as needed.
Equipment comprising the TAS packages is also ideally suited to indoor and outdoor venues of all types. Not just a short-term solution, these packaged and customized offerings are useful for athletic fields, gymnasiums, and other places where gatherings occur.
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