Ambulance Siren, EMS Siren, and EMT Remote Siren is Two Emergency Vehicle Sirens In One
They can't get out of your way fast enough when you come charging through with this monster of a siren. The SA-441 MagForce's independent 2 channel amplifier produces a true 200-watts of output that will blow their doors off. When operating in the dual tone mode, it is like having two sirens in one with two separate tones at once.
The SA-441 MagForce 200-watt full featured siren features a rotary switch for selecting siren tones and radio, a momentary push button for tone override, a master on/off switch, a dual mode 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-441 MagForce Siren is Two Sirens in One
The features of the siren are easily selected at installation using an internal DIP switch. The SA-441 MagForce Siren is designed to power two 100-watt siren 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 MagForce is backed by a no-hassle 5-year limited warranty.
SA-441 MagForce Siren Sounds
Accessories and Replacement Parts
Here's how the SA-441 MagForce stacks up against the competition:
|Carson Sirens||Whelen||Whelen||Signal Vehicle|
|Single Line Control Head to Amplifier Connection|
|Control Head Depth of an Inch or Less|
|Control Head Total Cubic Inches||17.94"||52.92"||47.3"||26.91"|
|Amplifier Total Cubic Inches||115.02"||164.34"||164.34"||129.15"|
|5-Year or Greater Warranty|
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MagForce 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)
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