Ambulance Siren, EMS Siren, and EMT Remote Siren That Saves Lives
The SA-430 Patriot 100/200-watt full featured remote siren is a strong, efficient traffic mover. Its versatility and durability make it ideal for installations where mounting space is limited and consistent performance is a must. The remote siren features a single lead connection from the control head to the amplifier and only protrudes an inch into the mounting space.
The SA-430 Patriot features a rotary switch for selecting siren tones and radio, a momentary push button for tone override, a master on/off switch, a noise-canceling PA microphone and a large PA volume control knob. The remote siren also features LED backlighting and the Horn Ring Cycler 2 (HRC2) function that enables the driver hands-free control of the siren by cycling through the tones with the vehicles horn.
The SA-430 Patriot Siren Saves Lives
The features of the siren are easily selected at installation using an internal DIP switch. The SA-430 Patriot Siren is designed to power one or two 100-watt speakers and includes external fusing, short circuit, high voltage and reverse polarity protection systems. A wiring connector and optional mounting bracket for the PA microphone are included. As with all Carson Sirens products, the Patriot is backed by a no-hassle 5-year limited warranty.
SA-430 Patriot Siren Sounds
SA-430 Patriot Siren Manual
Accessories and Replacement Parts
Here's how the SA-430 Patriot stacks up against the competition:
|Carson Sirens||Whelen||Signal Vehicle |
|SA-430 Patriot||295HFS2 |
|Single Line Control Head to Amplifier Connection|
|PA Volume Control Rotary Switch on Face|
|Flexible DIP Switch Programmability|
|5-Year or Greater Warranty|
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Patriot and Carson Sirens are trademarks of Carson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
WARNING Sound Hazard - Sound level from siren speaker (>120dBA @ 10 feet) may cause hearing damage. Do not operate siren without adequate hearing protection for you and anyone in immediate vicinity. (Ref. OSHA 1910.95 for occupational noise exposure guidelines)