SOS Siren Operated Sensor

SOS Siren Operated Sensor
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SOS Siren Operated Sensor

Responds to the "YELP" mode of all standard sensors.
Comes with reminder decals to be placed on each entry gate.
This device represents public safety without spending public funds. 

SOS VIII Features

  • Uses an omnidirectional microphone; alignment is not necessary.
  • Demonstration "YELP" audio included, along with instructions.
  • Adjustable range of 5 to 50+ feet.
  • Operator is not affected by ambient light.
  • PC board is mounted in a rain tight enclosure
  • Weighs only 10 oz.
  • Uses 9-30 Volt power source, AC or DC
  • Has a 2.5 mA power draw.
  • Activation switch can be momentary or switchable to a 10 minute hold.
  • Model: SOS Siren Operated Sensor
  • Shipping Weight: 6lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock


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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 13 November, 2014.


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