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Multitone Electronic Signal

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The Multitone Electronic Signal is an auxiliary bell with a flashing light signal designed for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, for situations which require a signal distinctive from standard sounding bells and horns. The field is selectable to provide either the high sound of a horn, warble or siren, with an optional flashing strobe light. Audible signal and strobe operate independently or in unison. It emits 102 dba at 10 feet. Horn, warble or siren available in 24 VDC, .05Amp; 24 VDC with strobe; 12 VDC, .083 Amp; 12 VDC with strobe. Slow whoop is available in 24 VDC, .06 Amp or 24 DC with strobe. OPTIONS: The available accessories are a 4-inch surface exposed conduit back box ($5.09); concealed conduit surface adapter plate ($5.96); semi-flush plate ($24.95); and an outdoor box ($12.47).

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as of: 
04/23/2003
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Maxi-Signal Products, Division Of Mill Specialties, Inc.
Maxi-Signal Products, Division Of Mill Specialties, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
5 East 49th St, PO Box 398
60525 La Grange , IL United States
Phone: 800-227-9636
Fax: 800-543-3546
Illinois US
Web Address: 
http://www.maxi-signal.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing
 
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