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M3000.0010 Digi-Key Littelfuse Inc Undefined Category ANALOG ALARM ANNUNCIATOR
M1000.0300 Digi-Key Littelfuse Inc Undefined Category ALARM ANNUNCIATOR
TC7129 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided low-battery condition. A continuity output drives an annunciator on the display, and can be used with an external driver to sound an audible alarm.Overrange and underrange outputs and a range-change input provide the ability to create auto-ranging instruments.For snapshot readings,the TC7129 includes...
BDV-15JF-J Allied Electronics, Inc. PATLITE Not Provided Alarm; Field Programmable Voice Annunciator; 12/24 VDC; Beige
BDV-15JF-K Allied Electronics, Inc. PATLITE Not Provided Alarm; Field Programmable Voice Annunciator; 12/24 VDC; Black
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