13083: 295HFS5-series Siren

13083: 295HFS5-series Siren
®
Automotive: Sirens/Switches
ENGINEERING COMPANY INC.
Route 145, Winthrop Road,
Chester, Connecticut 06412
Phone: (860) 526-9504
Fax: (860) 526-4078
Internet: www.whelen.com
Sales e-mail: [email protected]
Canadian Sales e-mail: [email protected]
Customer Service e-mail: [email protected]
Installation/Operating Manual:
295HFS5-series Siren
Safety First
This document provides all the necessary information to allow your Whelen product to be properly and safely installed.
Before beginning the installation and/or operation of your new product, the installation technician and operator must
read this manual completely. Important information is contained herein that could prevent serious injury or damage.
•
Proper installation of this product requires the installer to have a good understanding of automotive
electronics, systems and procedures.
•
If mounting this product requires drilling holes, the installer MUST be sure that no vehicle components or
other vital parts could be damaged by the drilling process. Check both sides of the mounting surface
before drilling begins. Also de-burr any holes and remove any metal shards or remnants. Install
grommets into all wire passage holes.
•
If this product is mounted with tape or Velcro™, clean the mounting surface with a 50/50 mix of isopropyl
alcohol and water and dry thoroughly.
•
Do not install this product or route any wires in the deployment area of your air bag. Equipment mounted
or located in the air bag deployment area will damage or reduce the effectiveness of the air bag, or
become a projectile that could cause serious personal injury or death. Refer to your vehicle owners
manual for the air bag deployment area. The User/Installer assumes full responsibility to determine
proper mounting location, based on providing ultimate safety to all passengers inside the vehicle.
•
For this product to operate at optimum efficiency, a good electrical connection to chassis ground must be
made. The recommended procedure requires the product ground wire to be connected directly to the
NEGATIVE (-) battery post.
•
If this product uses a remote device to activate or control this product, make sure that this control is
located in an area that allows both the vehicle and the control to be operated safely in any driving
condition.
•
Do not attempt to activate or control this device in a hazardous driving situation.
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It is recommended that these instructions be stored in a safe place and referred to when performing
maintenance and/or reinstallation of this product.
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FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE
TO THE PRODUCT OR VEHICLE AND/OR SERIOUS INJURY TO YOU AND YOUR PASSENGERS!
©1998 Whelen Engineering Company Inc.
Form No.13083C (121301)
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WARNING!
DISCONNECTING THE VEHICLE BRAKE LAMP
CIRCUIT USING ANY SIRENS WITH RELAY OUTPUTS
OR SWITCH CONTROLLERS COULD CAUSE
VEHICLE OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS INJURY
OR EVEN DEATH.
DISABLING THIS CIRCUIT IS A VIOLATION OF THE
FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD
FOR THE THIRD BRAKE LIGHT, AS WELL AS REAR
BRAKE LIGHTS.
FUNCTIONS THAT BLACK OUT THE REAR BRAKE
LIGHTS (SOMETIMES CALLED “BRAKE LIGHT CUT
OUT”) MAY INTERFERE WITH THE BRAKE SHIFT
LOCK MECHANISM, AND CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO
MOVE UNEXPECTEDLY AND DANGEROUSLY.
DISCONNECTING THE BRAKE LIGHTS IN ANY WAY
IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND IS NOT RECOMMENDED
BY WHELEN.
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Installation...
The 295HFS5, although technologically advanced, is simple to install. An aftermarket center
console is recommended for the mounting location of the 295HFS5. This not only allows the driver to reach
the controls easily, but also keeps the unit safely out of the path of the vehicle’s SRS air-bag. Follow the
console manufacturer’s instructions for mounting information.
If a console-type mount is not possible, the 295HFS5 includes a bail strap mounting kit for over- or
under-dash mounting. Important Note! If dash mounting is chosen, the installer must confirm that the unit
is not being installed in an air-bag deployment zone. Failure to do so could result in the interference of the
air-bag’s ability to function properly. The air-bag deployment zones can be found in the vehicle’s owner
manual. The same precautions apply when selecting the microphone hanger location.
The following steps will guide you through the installation process:
READ BEFORE INSTALLING!!!
9 POSITION INPUT
CONNECTOR HARNESS
Do not install this product or route any wires in
the deployment area of your airbag. Equipment
mounted or located in the airbag deployment area
will damage or reduce the effectiveness of the
airbag, or become a projectile that could cause
serious personal injury or death. Refer to your
vehicle owners manual for the air bag deployment
area.
7
8
9
5
6
2
4
1
The User/Installer assumes full responsibility to
determine proper mounting location, based on
providing ultimate safety to all passengers inside
the vehicle. Whelen Engineering Company
assumes no liability or responsibility for
determining individual applications or exact
installation location criteria.
3
1
3
4
4 POSITION INPUT
CONNECTOR HARNESS
10
11
7
12
8
4
9
5
1
6
2
3
12 POSITION SIREN
INPUT CONNECTOR
HARNESS
FIG. 1 Rear View of 295HFS5
Connections For The 12 Position Siren Input Harness
Connecting The Power & Ground wires (Red and Black)
1. Remove the driver’s side front seat.
2. Remove the front, driver’s side rocker sill plate and kick panel.
3. Fold back the floor covering so that access is gained to the factory wire harness routed under the
driver’s seat area.
4. Insert the wiring harness into it’s port as shown in Fig. 1.
5. Extend the two RED and two BLACK wires, from the 12-position connector on the rear panel of the
295HFS5, toward the sill plate location. Follow the same path as the factory wire harness.
WARNING: All customer supplied wires that connect to the POSITIVE (+) terminal of the battery must be
sized to supply at least 125% of maximum operating current & be fused at the battery to carry that load!
6. Continue to follow the factory harness through the firewall. To pass the RED and BLACK wires
through, it may be necessary to drill a hole in the firewall. If so, be absolutely sure that there are no
components that could be damaged by drilling. After the hole is drilled, insert a grommet to protect the
wires.
7. Route the RED and BLACK wires along the factory harness towards the battery.
8. Install a 20 amp fuse block (user supplied) on the end of the RED wires.
NOTE: Remove the fuse from the fuse block before connecting any wires to the battery!
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9. Connect the fuse block wire to the POSITIVE (+) terminal on the battery. There must not be more than
two (2) feet of wire between the fuse block and the battery. As the wire between the fuse and the
battery is “unprotected”, do not allow this wire to come in contact with any other wires!
10. Connect the BLACK wire to the factory chassis ground, adjacent to the battery.
Connecting The 295HFS5 Speaker Wires (Yellow, Orange & Brown)
Note:This section outlines a two-speaker installation. If a one-speaker installation is used, cut and cap the
ORANGE wire, skip step 3 and connect the BROWN wire to the NEGATIVE terminal of speaker #1.
1. Route the YELLOW, ORANGE and BROWN wires toward the vehicle’s siren speakers.
2. Connect the YELLOW wire to the POSITIVE speaker connection on speaker #1.
3. Connect the ORANGE wire to the POSITIVE speaker connection on speaker #2.
4. Connect the BROWN wire to the NEGATIVE speaker connection on speaker #2.
5. Splice a wire from the NEGATIVE speaker connection on speaker #2 to the NEGATIVE speaker
connection on speaker #1.
(Optional) Connecting The 295HFS5 Horn Relay Wires (White & Grey)
1. Route the WHITE and GREY wires along the factory wire harness and through the firewall at the same
point as the RED and BLACK wires.
2. Locate your vehicle’s horn relay and route the WHITE and GREY wires to this. If possible, follow the
factory wire harness to this relay.
3. Locate the wire that connects the vehicle horn to the horn relay. Cut this wire.
4. Connect the WHITE wire to the wire coming from the horn relay.
5. Connect the GREY wire to the wire coming from the horn.
NOTE:The two (2) BLUE wires are used to connect your two-way radio’s external speaker to the 295HFS5
for radio re-broadcast. This is an optional connection and does not effect the other operations of the siren.
(Optional) Wiring The 295HFS5 Radio Rebroadcast wires (BLUE)
1. Locate the two wires that connect the external speaker to the vehicle’s two-way radio.
2. Cut one of these wires and splice one of the BLUE wires into this circuit.
3. Cut the remaining speaker wire and splice the remaining BLUE wire into this circuit.
NOTE: Radio re-broadcast will NOT work with amplified remote speakers! If your remote speaker is amplified (Contains a power amp circuit in the speaker assembly), do not enable the radio re-broadcast feature.
(Optional) Wiring The 295HFS5 For Park-Siren-Kill (Violet)
The 295HFS5 can be configured to cease all siren tones
12 POSITION INPUT CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
whenever the vehicle’s transmission is in park. This feature is
HOUSING
COLOR
FUNCTION
automatically enabled when the VIOLET wire is connected to the POSITION
transmission’s neutral safety switch. If this feature is not desired,
1
RED
BATTERY (POS.)
cut and cap the VIOLET wire.
2
BLACK
CHASSIS GROUND
TWO-WAY RADIO (OPTIONAL)
3
BLUE
4
RED
BATTERY (POS.)
5
BLACK
CHASSIS GROUND
6
BLUE
TWO-WAY RADIO (OPTIONAL)
7
BROWN
8
ORANGE
SPEAKER #1 (NEG.)*
SPEAKER #2 (NEG.)**
SPEAKER #2 (POS.)
9
VIOLET
PARK-SIREN-KILL
10
GRAY
TO VEHICLE HORN
11
WHITE
TO HORN RELAY
12
YELLOW
SPEAKER #1 (POS.)
*=CONNECT TO SPEAKER #1 WHEN A SINGLE SPEAKER INSTALLATION IS USED
**=CONNECT TO SPEAKER #2 WHEN A DUAL SPEAKER INSTALLATION IS USED
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Connections For The 9 Position Input Harness
NOTE: The push-button and slide switch control wires are designed to activate relays with a coil rating no
greater than 250 ma. Do not attempt to connect these wires to any circuit that carries a higher rating!
Connecting The Slide-Switch Control wires (Green, Grey & Blue)
1. Route and connect the GREEN wire to the desired lightbar function control wire.
2. Route and connect the GREY wire to the desired lightbar function control wire.
3. Route and connect the BLUE wire to the desired lightbar function control wire.
Configuring The Slide-Switch Control Functions
In the default configuration (as shipped from the factory), the slide switch is configured as follows:
Slide Position #0 . . . . .No wires active
Slide Position #1 . . . . .GREEN wire = ACTIVE, GREY wire = inactive, BLUE wire = inactive
Slide Position #2 . . . . .GREEN wire = inactive, GREY wire = ACTIVE, BLUE wire = inactive
Slide Position #3 . . . . .GREEN wire = inactive, GREY wire = inactive, BLUE wire = ACTIVE
The slide switch configuration can be altered so that any
combination of these three wires may be active or inactive DIP SWITCH CHART
SLIDE SWITCH
SLIDE SWITCH
SLIDE SWITCH
POSITION #1
POSITION #2
POSITION #3
in any of the three functioning slide positions. The slide
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4 5
switch configurations are controlled by two Dip Switch
O
N
banks which are located on the top circuit board of the
BLACK=ROCKER DOWN
295HFS5. Before proceeding, disconnect all of the input
O
F
F
harness connectors from the rear of the 295HFS5.
G
G
G B
G B G G
B
Access to the Dip Switch banks is gained by removing
R
R
R L
R
R
L
L R
E
E
E U
E
E
U
U E
E
E
E
Y
Y
Y
E
E
E
four small phillips-head screws located at the four corners
N
N
N
of the 295HFS5 face plate. With these screws removed,
slide the chassis housing cover towards the rear of the
295HFS5. It is not necessary toslide this cover more than a few inches, as the Dip Switch banks are
located just behind the control panel.
The Dip Switch Chart illustrates how the dip switches are configured. As shown, the configuration for slide
switch position #1 is controlled by dip switch #’s 2, 3 & 4 on bank 1. Dip switch #2 (which controls the
GREEN wire) is in the ON position, while #3 (GREY wire) & #4 (BLUE wire) are in the off position. This
means that when the slide switch is moved to position #1, the GREEN wire alone becomes active.
Slide switch position #2 is controlled by dip switch #5 on bank 1, and by dip switch #1 and #2 on bank 2. In
the default configuration, dip switch #5 (GREEN wire) is off, dip switch #1 (GREY wire) is ON and dip
switch #2 (BLUE wire) is off. This means that when the slide switch is moved to position #2, the GREY wire
alone is active, while the GREEN and BLUE wires are inactive.
Slide switch position #3 is controlled by dip switch ‘s 3, 4 & 5 on bank 2. In the default
configuration, dip switch #3 (GREEN wire) is off, dip switch #4 (GREY wire) is off and dip switch #5 (BLUE
wire) is ON. This means that when the slide switch is moved to position #3, the BLUE wire alone is active,
while the GREEN and GREY wires are inactive.
Enabling Siren Tones through Slide Switch Position #3
Slide switch position #3 is configured to automatically activate siren tones (in default configuration). If this
is not desired, make sure that dip switch #1 on bank 1 is in the off position. Please note that siren activation
through slide switch position #3 is only available when the 295HFS5 power switch is in the ON position.
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Connecting the Push-Button Control Wires (Violet, White, Yellow, Orange and White/Black)
The 295HFS5 push button switches control the following wires:
P-BUTTON #1 WHT/BLK
9 POSITION INPUT CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
HOUSING
POSITION
P-BUTTON #2 WHITE
P-BUTTON #3 YELLOW
P-BUTTON #4 ORANGE
P-BUTTON #5 SEE “Connections For The 4 Position
Input Harness”
P-BUTTON #6 VIOLET (Note: p-button #6 is a momentary switch.
This switch is best used for momentary-use circuits
such as trunk release or gun lock.)
COLOR
FUNCTION
1
GREEN
SEE DIP SWITCH CHART
2
BROWN
3
VIOLET
+12 VDC
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #6
(MOMENTARY)
SEE DIP SWITCH CHART
4
BLUE
5
GREY
SEE DIP SWITCH CHART
6
WHITE
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #2
(SP/ST)
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #3
(SP/ST)
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #4
(SP/ST)
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #1
(SP/ST)
7
YELLOW
8
ORANGE
9
WHITE/BLACK
Connections For The 4 Position Input Harness
The 4 position input assembly is comprised of three wires that are to be connected as follows:
RED
To +12 VDC fused @ 3 amps (customer supplied fuse)
WHITE/RED
To the vehicle’s dashboard dimmer control switch (this allows the 295 HFS5 backlight to
match dashboard light intensity).
BLACK/WHITE is controlled by push-button switch #5.
NOTE: This push-button control wire is
designed to activate a relay with a coil rating
no greater than 250 ma. Do not attempt to
connect this wire to any circuit that carries a
higher rating!
4 POSITION INPUT CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
HOUSING
COLOR
FUNCTION
POSITION
1
RED
+12 VDC
2
NOT USED
3
WHITE/RED
4
BLACK/WHITE
NONE
BACKLIGHTING
(OPTIONAL)
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #5
(SP/ST)
VEHICLE
HORN
TO HORN RING
CUT
HERE
HORN
RELAY
+12V
WHT/BLK- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #1 (SP/ST)
4 POSITION
CONNECTOR
RED (+12VDC)
BLACK/WHITE
(ACTIVATED BY
PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #5)
WHITE/RED
(BACKLIGHT CONTROL. ROUTE
AND CONNECT TO DASHBOARD
DIMMER SWITCH)
295HFS5
WIRING
SCHEMATIC
3 AMP FUSE
(CUSTOMER
SUPPLIED)
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11 OHM
SPEAKER #2
-
+
-
+
WHITE
GREY
YELLOW
ORANGE
BROWN
BLUE
BLUE
VIOLET
BLACK
BLACK
RED
RED
TO TWO-WAY
RADIO SPEAKER
20 AMP FUSE
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
BRN- TO +12 VDC ( 3 AMP CUSTOMER SUPPLIED FUSE REQUIRED)
GRN- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (SEE DIP SWITCH CHART FOR CONTROL)
12 POSITION CONNECTOR
BLU- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (SEE DIP SWITCH CHART FOR CONTROL)
VIO- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #6 (MOMENTARY)
295HFS5
GRY- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (SEE DIP SWITCH CHART FOR CONTROL)
9 POSITION
CONNECTOR
YEL- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #3 (SP/ST)
WHT- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #2 (SP/ST)
11 OHM
SPEAKER #1
ORN- TO CUSTOMER OPTION (PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH #4 (SP/ST)
NEUTRAL
SAFETY-SWITCH
CONNECTION
(OPTIONAL)
(+)
(-)
CHASSIS
GROUND
To Adjust the Radio Repeat Levels...
Before using the 295HFS5, the Radio Repeat output volume must be adjusted to
satisfactory operating levels. To adjust this level, a small, flat blade screwdriver is needed.
Radio Repeat Volume
Locate the Radio Repeat adjustment port (potentiometer) to the right of the rotory knob. Set the volume
level of the vehicle’s two-way radio to it’s normal operating volume. Turn the Rotory Knob to RAD to activate Radio Repeat. Insert the screwdriver in the Radio Repeat adjustment port and turn in a clockwise
direction to increase the sound to it’s maximum desired volume.
Microphone Volume Knob (PA)
Locate the Microphone adjustment knob above the microphone cord. With the vehicle in an enclosed area,
turn the Rotory Knob to PA and speak into the microphone. While speaking, turn the volume knob in a
clockwise direction to increase the volume. Continue to increase the PA volume until audio feedback
occurs. Turn the knob in a counter-clockwise direction to eliminate feedback and set the PA level to maximum volume
Operating the 295HFS5 controls...
Power Switch
This switch has two positions: Down (295HFS5 - Off) and Up
(295HFS5 - On). When this switch is in the Off position, the
WS295HFS will not function. When the switch is in the On
position the siren is functional and may be activated at the
operator’s discretion. NOTE: If the 295HFS5 is connected to the
vehicle’s horn ring circuit, the vehicle horn is disabled when
the 295HFS5 power switch is in the ON position.
ON
POWER
MAN Button
PA
MAN
RAD
Rotary Knob
MAN
HF
PA
YELP
PIER
RAD
2
WAIL
FUNCTION
The Manual button generates a variety of tones, depending on what
position the Rotary knob is in. For further explanation of this button’s
function, refer to the Rotary knob section of this manual.
The Rotary Knob controls the siren and PA (Public Address)
functions of the 295HFS5. There are 7 positions that may be
selected. Each position and it’s function is outlined below:
RAD
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RAD (Radio Repeat) - When the rotary knob is in the RAD position, any signal that is received by the vehicle’s two-way radio will be simultaneously broadcast over the vehicle’s loudspeaker (the 295HFS5 must be
connected to the two-way radio as outlined in manual). This function overrides any other siren function.
PA (Public Address) - When the rotary knob is in the PA position, public address functions are
operational. Messages may be broadcast over the vehicle’s loudspeaker when the 295HFS5 microphone
is in use. The volume level of PA transmissions is controlled by the volume knob. If the Manual button is
pressed while the rotary knob is in this position, an “air horn” siren tone will be generated by your vehicle’s
loudspeaker. This tone is generated until the Manual button is released. The “air horn” may also be generated by pressing the vehicle’s steering wheel horn button (if the vehicle’s horn has been wired to the siren).
MAN (Manual Siren) - When the rotary knob is in the MAN position, pressing the Manual button generates
a tone that rises in pitch to a pre-set level. This tone is generated for as long as the Manual button is
pressed. The same tone may be generated by pressing the vehicle’s steering wheel horn button (if the
vehicle’s horn has been wired to the 295HFS5). Please note that the 295HFS5 microphone will override
the siren function. The MAN button is also used to activate the SI-TEST® cycle. See the SI-TEST® section
on the following page for details on this important function.
HF (Hands Free Operation) - When the rotary knob is in the HF position, the siren functions of the
295HFS5 are placed in a stand-by mode. Siren tones are activated by a single “tap” on the MAN button or
a single “tap” on the vehicle’s steering wheel horn button (if the vehicle’s horn has been wired to the siren).
The first “tap” produces a “Wail” tone (a steady, rise and fall tone). A second “tap” produces a “Yelp” tone (a
fast, rise and fall tone). A third “tap” produces a “PiercerTM” tone (an extremely fast, rise and fall tone). The
next “tap” returns the siren to a “Wail” tone and the cycle repeats itself. Two quick, successive “taps” will
stop the siren.
WAIL (Wail Tone) - When the rotary knob is in the WAIL position, a steady, rise and fall tone is produced.
A single “tap” on the MAN button or a single “tap” on the vehicle’s steering wheel horn button (if the vehicle’s horn has been wired to the 295HFS5), changes the siren tone to a “Yelp” pattern (a fast, rise and fall
tone). A second “tap”, and the siren returns to a “Wail” tone. Please note that the 295HFS5 microphone will
override the siren function.
YELP (Yelp Tone) - When the rotary knob is in the YELP position, a fast, rise and fall tone is produced.
Pressing the MAN button or the vehicle’s steering wheel horn button (if the vehicle’s horn has been wired
to the 295HFS5), changes the siren tone to a simulated air horn tone for as long as the button is pressed.
Releasing the button causes the siren to return to the Yelp tone. Please note that the 295HFS5 microphone will override the siren function.
PIER (PiercerTM Tone) - (NOTE: Some models may have a Hi/Lo tone instead of the PiercerTM tone) When
the rotary knob is in the PIER/Hi-Lo position, an extremely fast, rise and fall tone (alternating high and low
tones for Hi-Lo) is produced. Pressing the MAN button or a single “tap” on the vehicle’s steering wheel
horn button (if the vehicle’s horn has been wired to the 295HFS5), changes the siren tone to a simulated
air horn tone for as long as the button is pressed. Releasing the button causes the siren to return to the
“PiercerTM” (Hi-Lo) tone. Please note that the 295HFS5 microphone will override the siren function.
SI-TEST®
SI-TEST® is a diagnostic feature of the 295HFS5 and allows the
operator to confirm the proper operation of the siren speakers
connected to the 295HFS5 without activating an audible siren tone.
To initiate the SI-TEST® cycle, set the rotary knob to the RAD
2
1
SI TEST
position. Now press and hold the MAN button for at least 5 seconds.
As the siren is tested, its diagnostic indicator will turn on if no
problems are detected. If the indicator doesn’t light, a problem with
either the speaker or it’s connectors has been detected. Check the wire connections for the failed speaker
and repeat the SI-TEST®. If the speaker fails the test again, have the siren itself inspected by a qualified
technician. NOTE: Installed speakers are tested by generating an ultra-high frequency tone through each
speaker. Although these tones are inaudible to humans, be sure that there is nobody within at least 5 feet
of the vehicle’s speakers when SI-TEST® is running.
RAD
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295HFS5 SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT VOLTAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5 VDC
INPUT CURRENT @15 VDC @ 5.5 OHMS. . . 16 AMPS MAX.
INPUT FUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 AMPS
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.5 OHMS MIN.
OPERATING TEMPERATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . -30° C. TO +60° C.
!
Loud siren noise can
cause hearing loss.
Minimize exposure.
Close windows when using.
STORAGE TEMPERATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40° C. TO +70° C.
HUMIDITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99% (NON CONDENSING)
SIREN
(SQUARE WAVE)
SIREN FREQUENCY
TONES
SWEEP RATE
WAIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800 TO 1600 Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 CYCLES PER MIN.
YELP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800 TO 1600 Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 CYCLES PER MIN.
PIERCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800 TO 1600 Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800 CYCLES PER MIN.
AIR HORN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPOSITE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSTANT
HI-LO (OPTIONAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 550 TO 650 Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 CYCLES PER MIN.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE @ 15 VDC @ 11 OHMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 V RMS MAX.
OUTPUT POWER @ 15 VDC @ 11 OHMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 WATTS MAX.
OUTPUT POWER @ 15 VDC @ 5.5 OHMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185 WATTS MAX.
AUDIO (SINE WAVE)
AUDIO BANDWIDTH @ 25 WATTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 Hz TO 10 KHz ±3db
DISTORTION @ 25 WATTS @ 1 KHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1% MAX.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE @ 15 VDC @ 11 OHMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 VRMS MAX.
OUTPUT POWER @ 15 VDC @ 11 OHMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 WATTS
RADIO INPUT LEVEL @ R44 MAX. @24 VRMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +10db ±3db
SI TEST - RADIO/MANUAL BUTTON
FREQ. - 18 KHz
User Replaceable Parts List
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
12 Position Connector Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-0745665-00
9 Position Connector Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-0745796-00
4 Position Connector Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-0725684-00
Mounting Strap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07-241559-000
Microphone Hanger Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-0415852-00
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