See Viking in Booth 170 at CEDIA in Denver!

See NEW Viking products at the most important show in the custom electronics, home networking, home theater, and connected home industry!

Viking Electronics Inc. will be featuring new products at the CEDIA Expo. Here are some examples of the products to be featured:


Viking will be introducing the new DNA -510, a cost effective digital mass notification / evacuation announcer designed to work with a building or campus's existing paging system.

Model DNA -510 can provide 5 different alert tones and digitally pre -recorded voice evacuation, severe weather warning, lockdown, etc. instructions with a total record time of 2 minutes. The alert tones and messages can be repeated 1 -99 times or until reset. The DNA -510 connects to a phone line, phone system or VoIP adapter and can be securely activated or reset from a remote location using any standard touch tone phone. A live page can also be broadcast.

Viking will also introduce the new K -1200, a 12 button apartment entry phone with built in door strike relay.

The K -1200 Entry Phone is a two -way, handsfree telephone with 12 buttons for calling individual residences in an apartment building. The rugged stainless steel faceplate has a printed directory housed in a waterproof, scratch -resistant lens. Each button is beside the tenants name in the directory so there are no confusing codes to deal with. Calling a particular tenant is as easy as pressing a single button.

Featured Product

Platinum Tools EZ-RJPRO Termination Pod

Platinum Tools EZ-RJPRO Termination Pod

Our new EZ-RJPRO Termination Pod is designed for the professional installer providing everything he needs for consistent, repeatable terminations and overall quicker and easier installations," explained John Phillips, Platinum Tools, Inc. product manager. "This heavy duty kit is the perfect solution when working with both delicate as well as high performance, larger OD cables that are tougher to terminate due to larger wire gauges, thicker, harder insulation on the conductors and pair separating splines. Not only will you overcome these connectivity obstacles but you can be assured that every termination will meet FCC specifications.