The Siren That Clears the Way
Made specifically for the volunteer firefighter, the SC-1002 Volunteer 100-watt siren with light controls features two 3-position rocker switches to select between wail, yelp, manual, and mechanical tone. There are two push buttons on the siren for air-horn and phaser with the European Hi-Lo/two-tone sound as an optional substitute. The siren also features the Horn Ring Cycler (HRC2) function that cycles through the tones with the vehicles horn to enable the driver hands-free control of the siren. To control emergency lights, the siren also includes two lighted rocker switches.
The SC-1002 Volunteer Siren offers the reliable performance, and rugged durability with consistent quality that comes with every Carson Siren.
This siren is designed to work with a 100-watt speaker and ensures you the strength to get you where you need to go and be heard like one of the big fire trucks. The siren tones may be changed or disarmed using an internal Dip switch. An output indicator light is on the face of the siren for diagnostic purposes. The light controls are capable of switching up to 20 amps. The siren is LED backlit and is installed using heavy duty screw down terminals for power and a detachable connector for the speaker and lights. The amplifier and light controls are fused separately on the back of the unit. As with all Carson Sirens products, the SC-1002 Volunteer is backed by a no-hassle 5-year limited warranty.
Here's how the SC-1002 Volunteer Console Siren stack up against the competition:
|Whelen Alpha 12S|
|Light Control Outputs|
|Auxiliary Input & Horn Ring Capabilities|
|Flexible DIP Switch Programmability|
To see how the SC-1002 Volunteer compares to the Federal Signal Mini MS4000, Code3 PSE Compact 3900, Signal Vehicle Products (SVP) SS650 and Able 2 Products Sho-Me 30.3104, please click here.
Volunteer 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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