4" 2-way Pendent Mount Speaker with 16-Watt 70.7V Transformer - Black

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MSRP (USD): $220.99
  • IPX3
  • 70V100VCAPABLE

    The AtlasIED PM4FA features the familiar response and dispersion of AtlasIED’s model FA134 high performance 4” Strategy Series driver. This speaker is the same FA Series device used in AtlasIED’s successful model FAP42T ceiling speaker package. Mounted down-firing in an attractive enclosure, the PM4FA provides natural impressive full range frequency response for both music and paging applications.

    Attaching a PM4FA to most over head surfaces is a breeze. For open beam ceilings a 3 meter cable kit is included with a self gripping ferrule system. If down pipe installation from hard ceiling material is required, any 3/4" ceiling fan installation kit may be utilized. These kits are readily available under the FantechTM brand from home improvement stores with various down pipe length options to provide installation ease regardless of ceiling angle (Up to 45°).

    • 4" FA134 Driver Provides 130º Degree (65 Degree Off-Axis) Coverage in the 2kHz Octave Band

    • 70.7V Taps @ 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 Watts Plus 8-ohm Direct Input Via Concealed Terminal Block
    • 3 Meters of 2mm Cable & Mounting Hardware Included
    • Compatible with Standard 3/4" Ceiling Fan Hardware
    • Discreet, Attractive Enclosure

    Speaker Type Coaxial
    Sensitivity 88dB Average
    Frequency Response 70Hz - 20kHz
    Impedance 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 Watts and 8Ω
    Dispersion 130°
    8Ω RMS Power 25 Watts
    Diameter 9 1/4" (23.495 cm)

    Installation Sheet
    ATS004369_PM_Series_Install_Sheet (7 pages)
    Data Sheet
    PM4FA Datasheet (3 pages)
    CAD Drawing
    EASE File
    Revit Drawing
    PM4FA-B Revit Drawing
    Common Loud Speaker Format
    Speaker Placement Tool

    The AtlasIED Speaker Placement Tool is designed to make it easy to select the proper positioning of speakers in a given room. Choose your AtlasIED speaker and the transformer taps that you plan on using. Then input the room length, width, and ceiling height. Don’t forget to choose feet or meters as your unit of measure and the listener level. The results will tell you how many total speakers are required and how they need to be positioned to maximize the sound coverage in the space.

    Transformer Tap Selection (in Watts):
    Unit of Measure:
    Room Length:
    Room Width:
    Ceiling Height:
    Listener Level:
    Average distance from ceiling to ear level:

    # of Rows:
    Number of Columns:
    Total Loudspeakers Required:
    Loudspeaker Spacing:
    First Loudspeaker "x" Placement:
    First Loudspeaker "y" Placement:
    Selected Tap Max SPL in Direct Field:
    Variance to Edge of Coverage:
    Amplifier Power Required for Selected Tap:
    Max Tap SPL in Direct Field:
    Amplifier Power Required for Max Tap:
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