Product description

 

 

Bono_shadow  

 

Bono

A compact integrated stand-alone electronic siren
with a built-in battery for industrial use

The first truly stand-alone Bono siren combines the possibilities of sophisticated electronic sirens with compact dimensions, and a battery backup. It can be used both in the exterior and interior, industrial areas and noisy production halls, open pit mines, and in a variety of other areas. Bono can reproduce signals and voice messages from its internal memory, live broadcasting from an external microphone as well as audio signals from other external sources. The electronics of the siren including a battery and 100W pressure loudspeaker is embedded in a resistant box made of aluminium and stainless steel, while maintaining the low weight and minimum dimensions of the siren. A wide range of optional accessories is offered to communicate with, control, or to power the Bono siren using a solar panel. As standard, Bono is supplied in a 100B version with a large horn, but upon request, it can also be supplied in a 100S version with a small horn.

pdf_logo_file    The electronic siren Bono

bono_vnutro


Integrated stand-alone siren
with an in-built battery backup

 

 

 

 

siren_ico

Acoustics

A specially-shaped horn made of aluminium alloy and stainless steel in combination with a powerful 100 W pressure loudspeaker provides high-quality acoustic coverage of a desired area. A virtually infinite number of messages with their pre-defined priorities, interruptions, or combinations can be stored in and conveyed by the Bono siren equipped with the MiniAudiomodule (mAUD11).

autodiagnostika_ico

Autodiagnostics

The Bono siren has a number of in-built self-diagnostic functions providing that customers opt for two-way communication between the siren and control centre. The battery status and systems functionalities can be monitored remotely by an operator, thus there is no need for a technician to be sent to the siren, which significantly saves the operational costs.

solar_ico

Solarpack

By adding a solar pack as an option, Bono becomes completely self-contained, without needing power supply from an external source. Using a suitable method of activation (e.g. by means of a satellite or sensors), Bono is a fully autonomous device usable anywhere – in a jungle while constructing roads or in a swamp in an open pit. Moreover, a variety of compatible sensors can be connected directly to the siren.

komunikacia_ico

Communication

• eight binary inputs and two binary outputs
• RS232/RS485 interface
• aBUS interface for other modules of the aSCADA® system
• FFSK analogue modem support
• line interface Ethernet (the optional module required)
• WiFi/X-bee interface (the optional module required)
• GPRS interface (the optional SmartBridge+GPRS modules required)

 

 

 


Areas of application

 

 

Technical parameters

 

 

 

bono_tabu_EN

 

Optional modules

 

 

rcu15

OCP16 radiostanica

Remote control RCU15

Both RCU15 versions – the push-button RCU15 Basic and the display-and-encoder RCU15 Professional – can control the siren using either wireless communication or cable/line interface RS485. Both types have an inbuilt microphone and enable broadcasting of live announcements.

Operator’s control panel OCP16

The OCP16 control panel is used in sophisticated warning systems or operating centres and it can replace several single-purpose devices. In-built automation processes allow the creation of an unattended warning and notification system.

Radio station

A professional radio station ensures radio communication with the siren. Depending on the selected use, a one-way and/or two-way communication system can be supplied. It is necessary to specify the radio frequency band, before the delivery of the siren, while the siren needs to be equipped with the MiniRadiomodem mRDM11.

 

mdm_mini_high solar

xbee_orez_small

 

Mini Radio Modem mRDM11

In case the siren is to be controlled by radio, it is necessary to add the mRDM11 module to the siren. It provides the possibilities of analogue radio transmission (similar to the FFSK modem).

Solar pack

This hardware package ensures power supply from a solar panel to the siren. Apart from the solar panel it contains a simple bracket/holder and a set of basic cable assemblies.

Additional communication interfaces

The Bono siren can be supplemented with additional modules for wireless communication and control, so the siren can be controlled by the devices supplied by the Telegrafia company or by other manufacturers.

 

 

The Bono electronic siren control

Control devices can be connected to sirens through various communications channels:

 

 

Radio channels

  • Analogous radio
  • GSM/SMS
  • GSM/GPRS
  • Wi-Fi or XBee® connection-based wireless networks
  • Bluetooth
Wired channels

  • TCP/IP
  • aBUS®
  • RS232/485
  • Binary inputs

 

Try it

 

Estimate the acoustic range of the
Bono electronic siren simply and quickly.

Using the free on-line Acusticus Professional web application, you can estimate the acoustic range of our Bono electronic siren easily and quickly. You can simulate the acoustic range of a siren with a small or big horn, and then decide which of the two is the right choice for your project. But this is not the only trick. Acusticus Professional offers a possibility for creating a professional acoustic project, taking into account background noise levels and directly using the Google Maps services.

 

app_EN

Product description

Bono

A compact integrated stand-alone electronic siren
with a built-in battery for industrial useBono_shadowIntegrated stand-alone siren
with an in-built battery backup

 

The first truly stand-alone Bono siren combines the possibilities of sophisticated electronic sirens with compact dimensions, and a battery backup. It can be used both in the exterior and interior, industrial areas and noisy production halls, open pit mines, and in a variety of other areas. Bono can reproduce signals and voice messages from its internal memory, live broadcasting from an external microphone as well as audio signals from other external sources. The electronics of the siren including a battery and 100W pressure loudspeaker is embedded in a resistant box made of aluminium and stainless steel, while maintaining the low weight and minimum dimensions of the siren. A wide range of optional accessories is offered to communicate with, control, or to power the Bono siren using a solar panel. As standard, Bono is supplied in a 100B version with a large horn, but upon request, it can also be supplied in a 100S version with a small horn.

pdf_logo_file    The electronic siren Bono

 

bono_vnutro

Integrated stand-alone siren
with an in-built battery backup

 

 

siren_ico
Acoustics

A specially-shaped horn made of aluminium alloy and stainless steel in combination with a powerful 100 W pressure loudspeaker provides high-quality acoustic coverage of a desired area. A virtually infinite number of messages with their pre-defined priorities, interruptions, or combinations can be stored in and conveyed by the Bono siren equipped with the MiniAudiomodule (mAUD11).

autodiagnostika_ico
Autodiagnostics

The Bono siren has a number of in-built self-diagnostic functions providing that customers opt for two-way communication between the siren and control centre. The battery status and systems functionalities can be monitored remotely by an operator, thus there is no need for a technician to be sent to the siren, which significantly saves the operational costs.

solar_ico
Solarpack

By adding a solar pack as an option, Bono becomes completely self-contained, without needing power supply from an external source. Using a suitable method of activation (e.g. by means of a satellite or sensors), Bono is a fully autonomous device usable anywhere – in a jungle while constructing roads or in a swamp in an open pit. Moreover, a variety of compatible sensors can be connected directly to the siren.

komunikacia_ico
Communication

• eight binary inputs and two binary outputs
• RS232/RS485 interface
• aBUS interface for other modules of the aSCADA® system
• FFSK analogue modem support
• line interface Ethernet (the optional module required)
• WiFi/X-bee interface (the optional module required)
• GPRS interface (the optional SmartBridge+GPRS modules required)


Areas of application

 

 

Prisons

vezenie_ico

Shooting ranges

strelnica_ico

Production halls

vyrobna_hala_ico

Train stations

vlak_ico

Parkings

parkovisko_ico

 

 


Technical parameters

 

bono_tabu_EN

Optional modules

rcu15

 

Remote control RCU15

Both RCU15 versions – the push-button RCU15 Basic and the display-and-encoder RCU15 Professional – can control the siren using either wireless communication or cable/line interface RS485. Both types have an inbuilt microphone and enable broadcasting of live announcements.

 

ocp_16

Operator’s control panel OCP16

The OCP16 control panel is used in sophisticated warning systems or operating centres and it can replace several single-purpose devices. In-built automation processes allow the creation of an unattended warning and notification system.

 

radiostanica

Radio station

A professional radio station ensures radio communication with the siren. Depending on the selected use, a one-way and/or two-way communication system can be supplied. It is necessary to specify the radio frequency band, before the delivery of the siren, while the siren needs to be equipped with the MiniRadiomodem mRDM11.

 

mdm_mini_high

Mini Radio Modem mRDM11

In case the siren is to be controlled by radio, it is necessary to add the mRDM11 module to the siren. It provides the possibilities of analogue radio transmission (similar to the FFSK modem).

 

solar

Solar pack

This hardware package ensures power supply from a solar panel to the siren. Apart from the solar panel it contains a simple bracket/holder and a set of basic cable assemblies.

 

xbee_orez_smallAdditional communication interfaces

IThe Bono siren can be supplemented with additional modules for wireless communication and control, so the siren can be controlled by the devices supplied by the Telegrafia company or by other manufacturers.

 

The Bono electronic siren control

Control devices can be connected to sirens through various communications channels:

 

Radio channels
  • Analogous radio
  • GSM/SMS
  • GSM/GPRS
  • Wi-Fi or XBee® connection-based wireless networks
  • Bluetooth
Wired channels
  • TCP/IP
  • aBUS®
  • RS232/485
  • Binary inputs

 

Try it

Estimate the acoustic range of the Bono electronic siren simply and quickly.

Using the free on-line Acusticus Professional web application, you can estimate the acoustic range of our Bono electronic siren easily and quickly. You can simulate the acoustic range of a siren with a small or big horn, and then decide which of the two is the right choice for your project. But this is not the only trick. Acusticus Professional offers a possibility for creating a professional acoustic project, taking into account background noise levels and directly using the Google Maps services.

Related products

Related products

A top line of powerful modular multi-functional electronic sirens for complex warning systems

A powerful electronic siren to be used as a stand-alone device or part of small networks

A powerful mobile electronic siren for mass warning to be used for the installation on vehicles and other means of transport

Text Widget
Aliquam erat volutpat. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Integer sit amet lacinia turpis. Nunc euismod lacus sit amet purus euismod placerat? Integer gravida imperdiet tincidunt. Vivamus convallis dolor ultricies tellus consequat, in tempor tortor facilisis! Etiam et enim magna.