Low-frequency alerts

  • 07-Nov-2008 04:07 EST
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Low-frequency magnetic audio-buzzer alerts from Transducers USA are now available with termination and mounting style choices that cover application needs in harsh environmental situations. The TRIE-26XXX4H Series with an operating temperature range of -40 to +80°C (-40 to +176°F) is available in termination configurations with quick-connect tabs, printed circuit terminals, and a selection of wire leaded connection types, suitable for either PC board or panel bracket mounting on mobile outdoor equipment, off-road vehicles, semi-trailers, or any use subject to harsh weather conditions. The series has a sound output of 95 dB minimum at a frequency of 400 Hz, with models available in operating voltage ranges from 4 to 28 V dc.

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