Screamer: Universal
Electronic Sirens
with Many Practical Applications

Screamer: Universal
Electronic Sirens
with Many Practical Applications

Screamer: Universal
Electronic Sirens
with Many Practical Applications

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Mobile Industrial Devices

Whatever universal the integrated electronic siren Screamer, it is most frequently used in the industrial sector. Its compact dimensions and electronics housed in a resistant aluminium-alloy horn predetermine it for applications on mobile industrial devices or vehicles such as cranes, forklifts, or lorries, which, when moving, may pose a danger to people around. Customers can choose a siren manually controlled by an operator using simple push-buttons inside a vehicle’s cabin, remotely controlled by an operator outside a vehicle, or controlled from a sophisticated control panel situated in a control centre.

 

Noisy Operational Units and Building Sites

There are operations with high levels of noise in almost all industries. An ordinary 100 V public address system will lack sufficient power output in railway depots, stone quarries, mines, metal-working or building sites. However, sound can be easily distributed there using the integrated Screamer siren. Several sirens can be used to create a simple warning and sound distribution system and cover larger areas or separated areas inside production halls.  For building sites and other complex areas where the installation of additional cables may be too complicated or even unfeasible, customers will undoubtedly appreciate additional modules for wireless communication.

Mobile Industrial Devices

Whatever universal the integrated electronic siren Screamer, it is most frequently used in the industrial sector. Its compact dimensions and electronics housed in a resistant aluminium-alloy horn predetermine it for applications on mobile industrial devices or vehicles such as cranes, forklifts, or lorries, which, when moving, may pose a danger to people around. Customers can choose a siren manually controlled by an operator using simple push-buttons inside a vehicle’s cabin, remotely controlled by an operator outside a vehicle, or controlled from a sophisticated control panel situated in a control centre.

 

Noisy Operational Units and Building Sites

There are operations with high levels of noise in almost all industries. An ordinary 100 V public address system will lack sufficient power output in railway depots, stone quarries, mines, metal-working or building sites. However, sound can be easily distributed there using the integrated Screamer siren. Several sirens can be used to create a simple warning and sound distribution system and cover larger areas or separated areas inside production halls.  For building sites and other complex areas where the installation of additional cables may be too complicated or even unfeasible, customers will undoubtedly appreciate additional modules for wireless communication.

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Stone Quarries and Mines

Due to its ability to reproduce both warning signal and spoken word, the Screamer siren is ideal for stone quarries, mines, and mining areas with high noise levels. Besides warning in emergency situations, it can also be used during ordinary working operations; for example, for screaming in case of rock blasting or warning in case of large-dimensional mining machinery motion.

 

Ships and Ports

The integrated electronic siren Screamer offers numerous applications in water transport. Above all, it serves as a general replacement of conventional single-purpose ship sirens. Apart from screaming, it can also reproduce music, enable the crew to broadcast live announcements, coordinate possible evacuation procedures, or provide warning against danger. Moreover, it can find its applications in ports as part of a sound distribution system in large warehouses, as well as on large mobile pieces of industrial machinery, such as cranes or other devices used for manipulation with containers.

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Stone Quarries and Mines

Due to its ability to reproduce both warning signal and spoken word, the Screamer siren is ideal for stone quarries, mines, and mining areas with high noise levels. Besides warning in emergency situations, it can also be used during ordinary working operations; for example, for screaming in case of rock blasting or warning in case of large-dimensional mining machinery motion.

 

Ships and Ports

The integrated electronic siren Screamer offers numerous applications in water transport. Above all, it serves as a general replacement of conventional single-purpose ship sirens. Apart from screaming, it can also reproduce music, enable the crew to broadcast live announcements, coordinate possible evacuation procedures, or provide warning against danger. Moreover, it can find its applications in ports as part of a sound distribution system in large warehouses, as well as on large mobile pieces of industrial machinery, such as cranes or other devices used for manipulation with containers.

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Airports, Bus and Railway Stations

The exterior and interior of bus and railway stations and airports are frequently large and somewhat broken areas, requiring a top-quality sound distribution system. The Screamer siren can be used for warning against an emergency, reproducing music from an external source, audio-commercials or live announcements on the bus and train arrivals and departures. One of the non-conventional yet very useful applications of the Screamer siren is its periodical reproduction of sounds of birds of prey, scaring pigeons and small songbirds that threaten landing aeroplanes at airports and pollute the surrounding areas of bus and railway stations.

 

Public Areas

Screamer has several wired and wireless inputs and outputs due to which it can be interconnected with other devices. One of the similar applications is its interconnection with a camera system. Thus, not only can a police officer or security guard watch a crime or violation of public order passively but also, for example, scare the thief or the violator using a live audio input. The sound distribution system can be utilised at a range of facilities like public parks, sports stadiums, swimming pools, beaches, or university campuses.

 

Other Applications

Thanks to its compact dimensions, wired and wireless methods of communication, and a resistant aluminium-alloy horn, the Screamer electronic siren is suitable for some other sound distribution or warning systems. It has been tested by an aerobatics group, performing historical air battles, where it imitated a cannon sound. Similarly, it can imitate and partially replace natural sounds (birds singing and waterfall sounds, for example) in hospitals, therapeutic facilities, or offices if desired.

Airports, Bus and Railway Stations

The exterior and interior of bus and railway stations and airports are frequently large and somewhat broken areas, requiring a top-quality sound distribution system. The Screamer siren can be used for warning against an emergency, reproducing music from an external source, audio-commercials or live announcements on the bus and train arrivals and departures. One of the non-conventional yet very useful applications of the Screamer siren is its periodical reproduction of sounds of birds of prey, scaring pigeons and small songbirds that threaten landing aeroplanes at airports and pollute the surrounding areas of bus and railway stations.

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Public Areas

Screamer has several wired and wireless inputs and outputs due to which it can be interconnected with other devices. One of the similar applications is its interconnection with a camera system. Thus, not only can a police officer or security guard watch a crime or violation of public order passively but also, for example, scare the thief or the violator using a live audio input. The sound distribution system can be utilised at a range of facilities like public parks, sports stadiums, swimming pools, beaches, or university campuses.

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Other Applications

Thanks to its compact dimensions, wired and wireless methods of communication, and a resistant aluminium-alloy horn, the Screamer electronic siren is suitable for some other sound distribution or warning systems. It has been tested by an aerobatics group, performing historical air battles, where it imitated a cannon sound. Similarly, it can imitate and partially replace natural sounds (birds singing and waterfall sounds, for example) in hospitals, therapeutic facilities, or offices if desired.

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