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What is an Alarm Siren?

Indoor/Outdoor Sirens
Produces Audible Noise-Making Alerts!

An alarm siren is typically used as a warning sound to alert people to a potential threat or danger. It can be used as a security measure to deter intruders or notify individuals of a potential intrusion. It can also be used in emergency situations, such as a fire alarm or severe weather alert, to warn people to take action and seek safety. Additionally, alarm sirens can be used in industrial settings to signal the start or end of a work shift, or to indicate the signaling of an emergency shut-off system.

Alarm sirens can produce sound levels that range from around 75 decibels to over 130 decibels, depending on the type of siren and the purpose it is being used for. Most industrial and commercial alarm sirens produce sound levels between 110 to 130 decibels, while residential alarm sirens typically have a sound output ranging from 75 to 110 decibels. It is important to note that exposure to loud noises at high decibel levels for long periods of time can cause hearing damage, so it is best to use caution and wear hearing protection when working in close proximity to an alarm siren.

The main difference between a wired sirens and a wireless sirens is the method they use to transmit the alarm signal. Wired alarm sirens are physically connected to the security system through a wired link, whereas wireless alarm sirens use radio frequencies to communicate with the security system. Wired alarm sirens are generally considered to be more reliable than their wireless counterparts because they are less susceptible to interference and signal loss. Additionally, the wire provides a constant power source, which eliminates the need to replace batteries or recharge the siren. On the other hand, wireless alarm sirens offer more flexibility when it comes to installation and placement, as they do not require any physical connections. This makes them easier to install and relocate, and they can be placed in areas where running wires may not be feasible, such as in attics or basements. In terms of advantages, wired alarm sirens are generally more cost-effective than wireless sirens, while wireless sirens offer greater flexibility and convenience. Ultimately, the choice between wired and wireless alarm sirens will depend on your specific needs and requirements.

No-Term Contracts? Month-to-Month Subscription Plans Long-Term with Liquidated Damages
New Security Systems? Own the Alarm Equipment on Day 1 Lease the Alarm Equipment for 3 Years
Proprietary Technology? Unlocked Non-Proprietary Equipment Locked Out Proprietary Equipment
Live Operator Service? Optional 24-Hour PRO Central Station Required 24-Hour PRO Central Station
Do-It-Yourself Options? More Flexible DIY Brands and Services Less DIY Brands to Choose and Pick
Free Move Program? Nationwide Coverage is Supported Some Limitations on Coverage Areas
Technical Support? Inexpensive Remote Technicians Costly Onsite Hourly Service Rates

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