Audible Devices

Audible Devices include general and high-performance electronic horns, panel mount signaling alarms, and hazardous location horns and beacons.

855H General Purpose Electronic Horns

Bulletin 855H General Purpose Electronic Horns produce a sound output of 108 dB (A) maximum, which is suitable for most mid-range industrial and institutional, single-status signaling applications. The enhanced version produces sound output of 113 dB (A) max. Our horns have multi-tone and volume control capabilities. You can retrofit the horns directly into most machine panel cutouts or mount them into traditional 4-inch electrical backboxes.

855H High Performance Electronic Horns

Bulletins 855H and 855HM High Performance Electronic Horns are available as standalone electronic horns or with beacon. They are available in plastic or marine-grade aluminum housing.

855H Recordable Horns

Bulletin 855H Recordable Horns allow you to download melodies or customized tones from any analog device (such as PC, MP-3 player, etc.). You can also record voice by speaking directly into the unit via an on-board microphone; you don't need to purchase additional recording hardware or equipment.

855P Panel Mount Signaling Alarms

Bulletin 855P Panel Mount Signaling Alarms include sounders, status indicator beacons, Xenon strobes, and sounders with status indicator combination, as well as dual-circuit alarms. These alarms significantly reduce panel space requirements and installation time. Our panel-mount alarms are rear-securing and finger-safe, adding a high-level of environmental integrity to your panel.

855X Hazardous Location Signaling Devices

Bulletin 855X Hazardous Location Signaling Devices are designed to alert you to critical equipment and system needs on the plant floor. These alarms are available in a wide variety of light and sound functions, sizes, colors, voltages, and mounting options. These devices are also offered pre-assembled to save time. They are customizable with separate light and sound modules to suit your automation requirements.