Pfannenberg’s PA X 1-05 Patrol series strobe offers 80 alarm tones, based on alarm circumstance, with four stages. It operates in any climate and can be surface- or flushmounted. It reaches a 105 dB (A) nominal sound pressure and features internal volume control and a polycarbonate blend housing.
Seco-Larm’s analog vandal dome camera features 1,080p resolution, weatherproof construction and a two-axis gimbal rotation. Joystick control enables users to program the camera. It operates in temperatures between –4°F and 131°F. The IR range is up to 100 ft.
Viking Electronics’ SA-1S 8-in. overhead paging system ceiling speaker has a built-in 11/2W power amplifier, an infrared remote control detector and an integrated digital volume control. It uses a proprietary two-wire protocol in which 40V DC power and audio are combined on the same pair of wires.
Hubbell’s LT series 120/277V AC exit sign features an emergency lighting unit and UV stable thermoplastic housing. It is available with Spectron self-testing and selfdiagnostic electronics with a time-delay transfer standard. It operates in temperatures between 50°F and 104°F. Some models are rated for damp locations.
Federal Signal’s 2001-130 Equinox directional rotating siren is available in low- and mid-range frequencies with a weather-resistant coating. It produces three distinct warning signals: steady, wail and fast wail. The siren will supply a minimum of 15 minutes of full power output from its batteries after AC power loss.
Vivotek’s MD9561-H camera features a weatherand vandalproof housing. Built-in IR illuminators are effective up to 30 m. It is designed for visibility in high-contrast environments and has video rotation for corridors. It features a built-in microSD/SDHC/SDXC card slot for onboard storage.