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Light and Siren Controller

December 14, 2012
Federal Signal's PA300-CN is a versatile light and siren controller that is affordably priced. The PA300-CN controller utilizes the SmartSiren controller, the most recognized control head in the law enforcement industry.

PA300-CN Siren

June 29, 2012
Federal Signal's PA300-CN utilizes the SmartSiren controller. This electronic siren offers the standard siren tones (wail, yelp, priority, air horn, and manual) with several additional features such as horn ring transfer, radio, and PA rebroadcast.

Code 3 Offers Lights and Sirens Via OfficerStore.com

March 23, 2012
OfficerStore.com has expanded their Code 3 choices with the addition of 13 new products. Included are 4 series of Interior lighting solutions, five series of exterior lighting solutions and two siren systems.

Z3 Siren

October 27, 2011
The Code 3 Z3 Siren's programmable features include siren lock, light alert, multiple tone choices, positive or ground switching, park kill, and horn ring. The Z3 Siren is designed and manufactured in the USA.

NYPD Adds Rumbler Siren To Cruisers

February 17, 2011
The Rumbler senses the primary siren tone signal and reduces the signal's frequency by 75 percent. It then amplifies the sound through two subwoofers.

Carson Sirens Siren Amplifier

October 1, 2005
SA-380 Alert is the newest rugged amplifier from Carson Sirens. The 100-watt, console-mount siren features a P.A. and only the most popular functions. After researching what officers needed and wanted in the product, the company eliminated many of the under-utilized features found on most sirens.
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