Technical Articles

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Mallory Sonalert Products, Inc.


Mallory Sonalert Products, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Alarms)
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Audible alarms have been a mainstay on railway vehicles by choice for many decades, but their use on passenger railcars has been mandatory since 1990 with the introduction of the Americans with... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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From smoke detectors to automobiles, audible alarms (also known to be called buzzers) have become a part of our everyday life. Some of the uses of these alarms are innocuous such as in a microwave... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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The most common type of electronic audible alarm utilizes a piezoelectric transducer. The transducer consists of a metal disc with an attached ceramic material that flexes when voltage is applied. By... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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These days, it seems that we are constantly being alerted with everything from beeps to buzzers. Personal Computers, virtually all types of home appliances, cars, farm implements, golf carts, medical... (View Full Article)
(Acoustic and Audio Equipment)
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For piezoelectric type audible alarms, the larger the voltage signal applied to the piezoelectric transducer, the louder the sound level. This property can be used to electronically control the sound... (View Full Article)
(Acoustic and Audio Equipment)
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There are two ways to control sound level in an electronic audible alarm. One is mechanical and the other is electrical. The mechanical method involves changing the size of the front hole opening of... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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The upsurge in audible alarm use in medical equipment cannot be traced to any one cause. Certainly, liability is a big factor, but also the market trend of integrating more and more functions in each... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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The use of audible devices at pedestrian crosswalks to assist the visually impaired across intersections is more popular in Europe than in the U.S. However, that may be changing soon. The broader... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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Even though the RoHS European deadline of July 1, 2006 has passed, many U.S. companies and even entire industries still do not know or care what RoHS means (see the RoHS primer at the end of this... (View Full Article)
(Alarms)
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In 1968, the first true electronic alarm was offered to the market and engineers and system designers grasped pretty quickly that these alarms were a major advance over the current state-of-the-art... (View Full Article)
(Meters, Readouts and Indicators)
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Audible alarms are used extensively in IUV applications for both problem warning and for safety. An example of using an audible alarm for a warning situation is issuing an audible alert for a low oil... (View Full Article)

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