Harsh environment audio alerts

  • 31-Mar-2009 10:39 EDT
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The expansion of the operating temperature range for Transducers USA’s line of 400 Hz electromechanical audio alert buzzer products makes them suitable for use in extreme high- or low-temperature environments and on equipment operating in harsh conditions, including off-road vehicles and industrial-use snowmobiles. The TRIE-2612P4H buzzer series features an operating temperature range from -40 to +80°C (-40 to +176°F) with a sound output of 95 dB at a frequency 400 ±100 Hz. Operating voltage range is 9 to 16 V dc, and units are encased in high-temperature plastic furnished with pin terminals. The series is also available in termination configurations of quick connect tabs, printed circuit terminals, and a selection of wire leaded connection types, making them suitable for either PC board or panel bracket mounting.

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