Providence Middle School is part of Chesterfield County Public School District in Richmond, VA. Due to student enrollment overpopulation, the school has been forced to utilize temporary portable, modular classrooms while constructing new and larger school buildings. These temporary classroom requirements include two-way voice communication with the primary school office, receiving daily PA announcements, and class-bell alerts scheduled for each modular classroom unit. The required solution needed to be easy to install without cabling or trenching between classrooms. The solution also had to be modular/expandable and cost-efficient.
Visiplex provided Providence Middle with a solution specifically tailored to its needs: a master VS4810 paging base station for the main office, a VS101-25 paging transmitter to provide complete RF coverage throughout the school area, and 30 classroom VNS2212 two-way voice intercom stations. To keep the system within budget, the classroom intercom stations are multi-functional. This includes two-way communication between the classrooms and the main office, PA voice messaging for emergency and daily announcements, and playback of class bells.
Upon the completion of school construction, the VNS2212 portable classroom stations can easily be relocated into the newly built classrooms permanently.
The proposed system is fully wireless, eliminating costly wiring between the different classrooms and only requiring an AC outlet for the wireless intercom stations. The total cost of the proposed system is approximately $15,000.