Products Lineup

Data Library

Here, TOA’s Data Library equipped with a search engine offers its CAD drawings made out in pdf and dwg forms, EASE data, specification sheets, brochures, instruction and installation manuals, and a wealth of other product data for your downloading.

Download

Personal PA System

ER-1000A-BK

The ER-1000A-BK is a compact, lightweight, hands-free portable public address system with a rated power output of 6 W (9 V DC when used with six AA-type batteries).The system can be wrapped snugly around the waist and using the supplied headset microphone allows both hands to remain free, making it ideal for such applications as conducting factory tours, directing traffic, instructing in sports facilities, and security-and-safety-related applications.

Specification
Power Source Alkaline battery (LR6): 6 pieces (9 V DC) or 4 pieces (*1) (6 V DC)
Rechargeable nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) battery (HR15/51): 6 pieces (7.2 V DC) or 4 pieces (*1) (4.8 V DC)
Output 6 W (rated) and 10 W (max) when 6 AA batteries (9 V DC) are used.
3 W (rated) and 4 W (max) when 4 AA batteries (*1) (6 V DC) are used.
Audible Range (*2) Voice operation: Approx. 100 m (328.08 ft) (when 6 alkaline batteries or Ni-MH batteries are used)
Approx. 80 m (262.47 ft) (when 4 (*1) alkaline batteries or Ni-MH batteries are used)
Battery Life Voice operation (*3): Approx. 8 hours (when 6 or 4 (*1) alkaline batteries are used)
Approx. 7 hours (when 6 or 4 (*1) Ni-MH batteries are used)
AUX stereo input operation (music reproduction) (*4):
Approx. 9 hours (when 6 or 4 (*1) alkaline batteries are used)
Approx. 9 hours (when 6 or 4 (*1) Ni-MH batteries are used)
Frequency Response 300 Hz - 14 kHz (deviation: -26 dB)
Headset Microphone Ear-on type, electret condenser microphone, sensitivity: -47 dB (0 dB =1 V/1 Pa, 1 kHz)
Input MIC: -30 dB (*5), 3 kΩ, φ3.5 monaural mini-jack, phantom power supply
AUX (*6): -10 dB (*5), 2 kΩ, φ3.5 stereo mini-jack (supporting monaural applications (*7))
Belt Length 55 - 120 cm (1.80 - 3.94 ft) (*8)
Operating Temperature 0 ℃ to +40 ℃ (32 ゜F to 104 ゜F)
Finish Front case: ABS resin, black
Rear case: ABS resin, gray
Grille: Surface-treated steel plate, black, paint
Belt: Elastic rubber, black
Dimensions 133 (W) × 96 (H) × 222 (D) mm (5.24 × 3.78" × 8.74") (belt excluded)"
Weight Main PA unit (belt included, batteries excluded): 480 g (1.06 lb)
Headset microphone: 50 g (0.11 lb)
Accessory Headset microphone (with headband and wind screen) …1, Belt (attached to the main PA unit) …1, Battery spacer …2
(*1) When the supplied battery spacers are used.
(*2) Audible range is measured on a quiet street with the Personal PA System loaded with fresh batteries. Range varies depending on surrounding environmental conditions, such as battery consumption, ambient noise levels, wind direction and obstacles. Reference standard: JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) TT-4501D
(*3) Battery life during voice output usage represents the period of time when the Personal PA System is continuously used with the volume control set to a position that does not cause feedback. Reference standard: JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) TT-4501D
(*4) Battery life during AUX stereo input represents a value actually measures when music is continuously reproduced with a commercial audio player connected to the auxiliary (AUX) input terminal. It varies depending on the connected external equipment's volume output or the type of music source.
(*5) 0 dB = 1 V
(*6) Adjust the volume of the auxiliary (AUX) input at the connected external device.
(*7) Volume during monaural operation is smaller than during stereo operation.
(*8) The 120 cm (3.94 ft) length is when the Belt is stretched out to its maximum extent. When worn, consider a Belt length of 100 cm (3.28 ft) (of waist size when clothes are worn) as a rule-of-thumb standard.
Note: Prepare batteries separately, as they are not supplied with the product.
  • Contact Us
  • A&E Specification Download
  • TOA UHF Wireless Microphone System
  • SounDoh WIKISound tips: text version
  • SounDoh VIDSound tips: video or animation version

Top of the Page