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GE 13474 Horn/Strobe Red 15/75Cd 12VDC Horn, 15/75 CD/SEC Strobe, System Sensor Spectralert P121575 GE ESL 13-475 - Horn/Strobe, Red 15/75Cd, 30/120Cd,24Vdc
GE Security notification appliances are visual and/or audible indicating devices for signaling an alarm event. The product offering includes vibrating bells, strobes, horn/strobes and horns in both red and white. Most of the notification appliances are AD.

GE Interlogix Horn/Strobe Series is designed to comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices for the hearing impaired. The horn/strobe series features a unique candela intensity field selector switch for alternating the candela output from 15cd to 30cd (75cd on axis). The horn provides two different field selectable tones, and a High/Low output setting that can be achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit. The strobe housing is clearly labeled with vertical “FIRE” lettering and is polarized for connecting to supervised fire alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum performance. The horn/strobe series is available in red and white housing 24VDC models. These models can be synchronized by using the 13–472 Sync Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are listed for indoor use, wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance is GE Interlogix model number 13–475 or 13–476. The strobe is listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and is approved for fire protective service. The candela output is field selectable, having a dual setting of 15cd or 30cd output. The horn provides two different field selectable tones and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling horn/strobe operates on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe is designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second (1 Hz) with continuously applied minimum voltage. The horn/strobe is capable of WALL mounting to a universal backbox. Visual signaling devices are mounted 80” above the highest floor point or 6” below ceiling; (whichever is lowest) and are to be installed as per plans and specifications.

Standard Features
Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG
Universal mounting plate included with each unit
24VDC strobe with two field selectable settings
15cd or 30cd
Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
Tamper-proof candela selector switch
Available in red or white housing
Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards
and ADA Accessibility Guidelines
UL listed for wall mounting
Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges
using filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash
per/sec (1 Hz).


GE Sentrol AS 395 High Security, Corrosion Resistant Outdoor Self-Contained Siren
  • 10 to 14 .5 V DC operation
  • Current draw : 1 .9 Amps
  • Sound output : 112 dB at 10 ft
  • Dimensions :
  • 3.5" D x 10.25" W x 10.75" H
  • (8.9 cm D x 26.0 cm W x 27.3 cm H)
  • Polycarbonate housing, rust proof screws, "potted" electronics, condensation drainage holes make the AS 395 extremely corrosion resistant .
  • Protected against foam injection, removal of cover or prying from the wall.
  • Unique "hold-off" circuit activates siren from internal battery if external wiring is cut.
  • Optional strobe with no additional wiring .

    A piezo sounder differs in two major ways from a siren : it draws less current and it emits a higher pitched sound.

    Piezo sounders are commonly used as pre-alarm devices . They are also used as full alarm sounders in small houses and apartments . The high frequency sound of the piezo is very loud when close up, but does not carry well over long distances. The lower current consumption of the piezo sounder makes it ideal for use with a control panel that provides only limited power to audible devices .

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