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Alarm Types and Applications
   Zones / Alarm Points (IDCs)       This refers to the number of zones or alarm points covered by the alarm or annunciator. Zones are groups of initiating devices wired on a common circuit. Each wiring circuit is used to relay information to the panel regarding the condition of the initiating devices, which can include smoke, heat, or fire detectors, manual pull stations, or any circuit closure device. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Visual Indicators       
   Your choices are...         
   Lamp / Bulb Panel Display       The visual alarm indication is provided by a panel display lit with lamps or bulbs. 
   Digital Display       Digital display alarms show visual indication provided by a digital display like that of an LED or LCD. 
   Video Monitor       Video monitoring uses a computer or video monitor to provide visual indication. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary visual indication. 
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   Audio Alarm Specifications       
   Your choices are...         
   Air Horn       Air horns are operated by compressed air.  They provide audible warning signals. 
   Siren       A siren is a device, often electrically operated, for producing a penetrating warning sound. 
   Bell       Bells are hollow metal devices that give off a reverberating sound when struck. 
   Buzzer       Buzzers are electronic signaling devices that make a buzzing sound, like a low continuous humming, like that of a bee. 
   Speakers       Speakers are designed to reproduce attention penetrating tones and voice commands for emergency signaling evacuation systems. 
   Whoop Sounder       The alarm or indicator produces a whoop sound. These sounders may also be referred to as hooters. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary audio alarm. 
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   Specialty Application       
   Your choices are...         
   Access Control / Security       Access control of security alarms are industrial alarms for risk management. 
   ARINC / Avionics       The device is ARINC-rated or is designed to be used in avionic applications. 
   Burglary / Theft       Alarms or systems for burglary / theft can include any combination of 24-hour, perimeter, interior detectors, or notifiers.  They are triggered by sound or movement to alert of possible burglary / theft attempts. 
   Computer       The device is designed to be used in computer applications. 
   Fire       Audio or visual alarms or combinations are manufactured to alert people to fire. 
   Machine Failure       Machine failure of diagnostic alarms alert for existing or impending machine failures or malfunctions. 
   Medical       Alarms are used in medical applications, often to notify personnel of patient status. 
   MIL-SPEC / Military       The device MIL-SPEC rated or is designed to be used in general military applications. 
   Process Monitoring       Alarms are used for monitoring processes such as heat and temperature, power and power surge, computer systems, gas monitoring, or water level and leak monitoring. 
   Power Distribution       Alarms monitor and notify of power distribution failures. 
   Safety       Alarms are used for confined spaces or personal safety monitoring. 
   Smoke       Smoke alarms provide alert status in the presence of smoke. 
   Structural Failure       Structural failure alarms alert when allowable limits are exceeded, permitting corrective action before damage occurs. 
   Vehicle Safety       Vehicle safety alarms include back-up alarms and horns, directional arrow lights and arrow boards, and strobe or flashing lights. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary application. 
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Additional Output / Power Supply
   Additional Outputs       
   Your choices are...         
   Analog Signal       An analog signal has a continuous nature rather than a pulsed or discrete nature. 
   Switches / Relays       The control output is a change in state of a switch or relay. 
   Serial Interface       Serial interface outputs are transmitted one bit at a time via a standard digital protocol such as RS232, RS422, or RS485, etc. 
   Transmitters       Transmitters connect initiating devices or groups of initiating devices. The component transmits signals to the central supervising station, indicating the status of the initiating devices and the initiating device circuits. These may include remote station transmitters or municipal box transmitters. 
   DACT       Digital alarm communicator transmitters (DACT) seize the connected telephone line, dial a preselected number to connect to a digital alarm communicator receiver (DACR), and transmit signals indicating a status change of the initiating device. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary control output. 
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   Power Source       
   Your choices are...         
   AC Voltage       The voltage supply is AC. 
   DC / Battery       The voltage supply is external DC. 
   Compressed Air       The alarm is powered by compressed air.  Air horns are a common alarm type that uses compressed air. 
   Manual Operation       The alarm is operated only by manual operation, such as a crank or push-button. 
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Mounting and Features
   Mounting      Manufacturers use many of these terms interchangeably. Keeping this in mind, we have delineated the options as follows to help you locate the ideal item(s) for your needs.
   Your choices are...         
   Adhesive / Magnetic Base       The device has a self-adhesive or magnetic base. It is designed to be glued / adhered to surface. 
   Chassis  / Rack / DIN Rail       Chassis mount devices can be attached to, or within, the supporting frame of a structure (chassis), exclusive of the body or housing. Some chassis varieties can be mounted within a rack.  Rack mount units can be mounted directly into a rack. They come equipped with the necessary rail guides, flanges, or tabs to be mounted in this fashion. The standard 19" rack is typical of this style. DIN rail devices can be mounted on a standard DIN rail. 
   Flange Mount       The device is equipped with integral flanges so that it can be mounted with the use of external hardware (screws, bolts, rails, etc.). 
   Stand Alone / Freestanding       Stand alone devices do not need to be mounted; they can stand on its own. 
   Handheld / Portable       Handheld or portable devices are designed to be moved freely; they are not meant to be bolted or hardwired in place. This style can include items with wheels, briefcase, laptop style, or handheld products. 
   Flush Mount       The device can be placed into, or through, a depression within an existing panel so that it's face is flush, or nearly flush, with the panel, wall, or ceiling.  The method of attachment may include screws, bolts, rails, flanges, etc. 
   Pole Mount       The alarm is supplied with brackets for installation on a vertical pole. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Acknowledge / Silence       The "acknowledge" feature allows the operator to mute the audible alarm while maintaining some visual alarm indication. 
   Battery Back-up       The unit has back-up batteries in case of power failure. 
   Data Logging / Event Logging       The unit can store data for subsequent download to a host PC or monitor for viewing. 
   Explosion Proof       Explosion-proof devices have totally enclosed housings that are constructed to withstand internal explosion of a specified gas, vapor or dust. If an explosion occured, the enclosure would prevent the ignition or explosion of the gas or vapor surrounding the motor enclosure. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) governs several explosion-proof ratings. 
   Intrinsically Safe       Intrinsically safe (IS) is an adjective for equipment and wiring that is incapable of releasing sufficient electrical or thermal energy under normal or abnormal conditions to cause ignition of a specific hazardous atmospheric mixture in its most ignited concentration. The IS terminations and wiring may be brought into any hazardous location of any group classification for which it is accepted without requiring explosion proof housing or other means of protection. 
   Voice Evacuation       Voice evacuation alarms are manual or automatic supervised paging systems used to transmit a voice message (such as information, instruction, direction) on a selective and all-call basis. 
   Outdoor Rated / Weatherproof       The device is designed to function normally in an outdoor environment. It is, to varying degrees, sunlight, water, temperature, frost and ice, etc., resistant. 
   PC Interface       The unit is capable of PC interface via Windows® software. 
   Programmable       The device provides output coding or it is programmable or adjustable to provide for different ranges, materials, levels, outputs, etc. 
   Remote Phone Enabled       The alarm or annunciator can be controlled remotely via telephone interface. 
   Selectable Candela       The unit allows users to choose between several pre-specified levels of candela, or light intensity. 
   Submersible       Submersible devices are designed to function optimally while underwater. 
   Synchronization       The alarm, annunciator, provides built-in synchronization of audible signals or strobes. NFPA 72 requires visual appliances to flash in synchronization in rooms or areas where there are two or more visual devices that are not a minimum of 55 feet apart.  NFPA 72 requires that fire alarm signals be distinctive in sound from other signals and used for that purpose only.  This is known as the three-pulse temporal pattern. 
   System Test       The system is capable of self-testing. 
   Volume Control Option       The alarm contains an adjustable volume control. 
   Web Enabled       Device contains hardware and software protocols such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http) or Web Access Protocol (WAP) for being addressable to, or a node of, the World Wide Web for remote monitoring or communication. 
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