The new Carson SC-1022 Volunteer Hand-held Mechanical Tone Siren is designed for volunteer firefighters who need to clear traffic in a big way. This small, compact siren offers the standard tones like wail, yelp, and manual and also offers the new Carson mechanical tone. The siren even provides dip switch programmability of the European HiLo/Two-tone sound as optional substitutes. This gives you full coverage for any emergency situation.
Users can expect big results with this compact siren. The rubberized face is completely enclosed and gives you a smooth front panel allowing easy access to everything you need. The hand-held remote control head with light controls for emergency situations is easy-to-use and ideal for situations when you want it out of the way. The remote amplifier offers an output indicator on the face for diagnostic purposes.
This small 100-watt siren with big results is the SC-1022 Volunteer Hand Held Mechanical tone siren that offers all the same reliable performance, rugged and durability along with consistent quality that comes with all the Carson Siren line. As with all Carson Sirens products, the SC-1022 Volunteer is backed by a no-hassle 5-year limited warranty.
Mechanical Tone: This sirens deep and gutsy mechanical tone allows you to sound just like a fire truck clearing traffic. This siren will set you apart from the rest.
Lighted Pushbutton Controls: Two lighted pushbutton switches for controlling auxiliary or emergency lighting.
Output Diagnostic Indicator: Sensors at the siren output connector measure when the siren is creating an output to the speaker on the face of the remote amplifier for diagnostic purposes. This provides the service person with the ability to determine if the problem is internal with the siren or external with the wiring and speaker should the system fail to produce a warning signal.
Horn Ring Cycler 2: Allow the operator the capability to run the siren tones from the vehicle horn ring or other external switching for hands free tone selection during pursuit or rescue situations.
NOTE: Sound clips demonstrate sound, not loudness.