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Contacta V7-UK Hearing Loop Driver


The Contacta V7UK is a highly efficient constant current, single output Hearing Loop Driver, forming part of the ‘Large Area’ solutions from Contacta. Ideal for smaller size facitilites, such as meeting rooms, classrooms, care homes, nursing rooms, and waiting rooms. The V7-UK is an extremely efficient constant current driver, designed to drive perimiter loops in small-to-medium facilities.

Includes a class D amplifier output stage, with built-in digital sound processing to maximise intelligibility (pivotal for any Induction Loop System). The amplifier has a powerful CPU that drives and looks after all its functions, and the end result is a professional unit that achieves life-like speech broadcast and first-class music reproduction.

Rack mounting options include the single V-Series Mounting Bracket (MBR-V1) or the Dual V-Series Mounting Bracket (MBR-V2). There’s also a blanking plate available (MBR-VBLANK) and a 6u Cabinet (IL-AC-RACK-19).

Product Features:

  • Sleep mode
  • High Pass Filter
  • Audio time delay
  • Simple user interface
  • Continuous self-testing
  • Enhanced Loop Diagnostics
  • True constant current output stage
  • Switchable AGC (Automatic Gain control)
  • Ultra-efficient power utilisation (up to 90% efficient)
  • Class-D amplifier output stage capable of delivering 5ARMS @ >15VRMS
  • DSP controlled automatic gain control & high frequency compensation for metal loss
  • Compact half-width 1U chassis (compatible 6U Rack Cabinet available upon request)
  • Integrated protection circuits with temperature, voltage, short circuit and DC detection
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