|Siren, 15 watts, 12VDC, 110db15 Watt 12VDC Siren is weatherproof with a 110db sound level.|
|Siren, 30 Watts, 12VDC, 115db30 Watt 12VDC Siren is weatherproof with a 115db sound level.|
|Speaker (wired) for Rodann Alert wireless ReceiversAdditional wired Speaker for Rodann Entry Alert wireless Receivers.|
|Transmitter/Contact device for Wireless Remote Door Entry Alert, UTCAdditional Door Contact and transmitter for (item 60-700) Wireless Remote Door Entry Alert, WRDC|
|Universal Transmitter, UT-2500The UT-2500 is a simple to use universal transmitter that is compatible with our 2500 Series products. The UT-2500 operates on a 3 volt lithium battery (included) and has several different methods of activation. The UT-2500 has a push button that can be used as a panic button or a wireless doorbell. There is also a magnetic door/window contact and terminals for both a normally open (N/O) and normally closed (N/C) input. These inputs can be used with any sensor contacts. Now you can have your favorite sensor send a wireless signal up to 1/2 mile back to the DCR-2500 receiver, depending on environment and terrain.|
|Whistle, Electronic, 12VDCMini Whistle for annunciation in remote areas.|
|Entrance Alert Set, Rodann, RX/TX-1000ARodann entrance alert set RX/TX-1000A for open or closed doors or open entry ways. This unique set can also be used on warehouse roll up doors, inside display cabinets, restricted area protection, or (patio, bedroom, bathroom) window alerting device.|
Long Range Wireless Door Entry Alert, UTDCDCR-2500The Door sensor/transmitter has a magnetic door contact, so that when the entry door is opened by a visitor / customer, it sends a wireless entry alert chime to the DCR-2500 receiver that is power by an AC adapter and can be plugged in up to 1500 feet away (depending on walls, building materials, etc.).
The receiver for this Long Range Wireless Door Entry Alert has four form “C” relay outputs and one 12VDC output. The output durations are adjustable up to 10 minutes. The receiver will play one of four different tunes that are selected at the transmitter so that different zones can be distinguished.