G2 Message Remote 2

Powers up to two message signs and up to two speaker zones

Key Features

The Phoenix G2 Message Remote 2 (MR2) is a highly flexible peripheral providing support for up to two of our legacy Beta Bright LED signs as well as 2 independent audio zones. The MR2 contains two independent 15 watt audio amplifiers which can power a variety of speakers including our new Sound Sphere speaker. 70 Volt as well as 8 ohm speakers, illuminated and non illuminated are all supported.

Each MR2 channel also has a dry contact input and a dry contact output. These I/O points are programmable to various functions, such as door bells, control valves and switches, lighting controls, etc.

There is a maximum amount of power that can be connected to an MR2 so not all functions are available in all combinations. Consult with USDD to verify that the combination of signs, speakers and I/O does not exceed the maximum power available from the MR2.

The Message Remote 2 is installed quickly and easily, and is a favorite among installers and system designers due to its ability to meet nearly any architectural need.

This is the successor to the original Message Remote.

Dimensions (W x H x D):
6.75 x 9.75 x 2 (in); 172 x 229 x 52 (mm)

Audio outputs:
(2) 20W selectable 8ohm or 70V Speaker Channels

LED lighting outputs:
(2) 48VDC Zoned

Digital inputs:
(2) Dry contact

Digital outputs:
(2) Form C relays rated .5A @48V AC or resistive load only

Network connections:
(1) Ethernet/POE to Station Controller peripheral network

Other connections:
(2) BetaBrite sign power; (2) BetaBrite sign serial control

Voltage outputs:
(1) 48 VDC

Input voltage:

Power consumption:

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G2 Message Remote​

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