• Video Public Address

    Easily record video announcements and automatically play on existing AV equipment in classrooms throughout the building.



    • Record a video with laptop webcam, then simply drag and drop into a file on your desktop to automatically play to all selected devices and locations.
    • Create educational or news videos for school broadcasts, e.g. ’Today in History.’
    • Visually communicate with all recipients at once.
    • Use existing technology in the classroom.




    • Integrates with existing AV equipment in the classroom.
    • Automatically plays video to Chromebooks, LCD panels, digital signage and/or PCs (Windows or Mac) in the classroom.
    • Pre-record media for situation-specific emergencies or everyday use.
    • Live video is also supported (camera is required and additional camera module).
    • Control all media from your desktop or mobile app.
    • Software interfaces with fire panels, social media, mobile apps and pagers and is easily activated in case of an emergency.




    • Attracts attention and visually engages students.
    • Makes disseminating a video fast, easy and automatic.
    • Cost effective.
    • Doesn’t require the purchase of additional equipment.
    • Emergency and everyday videos can be pre-recorded and easily activated.

    Requires the installation of a client on each PC/Mac or Chromebook to receive commands to play videos. This client can be pushed out via a script for easy install across an organization.



    • PC Alert Module
    • Tier 1 License per PC/Mac or Chromebook
    • Optional Camera module and camera for live video support




    Server Platform - one of the following components:
    • Small Intel Server: Model-NUC Small Form Factor (LSI-H10200)
    • Dell Server: Dual Power, Hardware RAID (LSI-H10302)*
    • Virtual Server: Requires client to provide virtual environment and network/tech support
    • Customer Provided Server: Minimum server requirements*




    • 1 static IP, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device
      • 3 static IPs, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device if using a redundant configuration
    • Standard power (110V or 220V) per server
    • Ethernet network connection required for each server
    • UPS recommended
    • It is the responsibility of the customer to appropriately configure their network equipment so that the server pair appears to be residing on the same network and subnet.
    • NOTE: Serial and parallel ports have been disabled on the LSI server


    Download Video Public Address Product Sheet