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UBL 100W Rotary Siren

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SKU:
UBL-SPA3
MPN:
UBL-SPA3
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MSRP: $124.90
$99.99
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Description

The UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren is an excellent siren for any first responder. The compact size makes it easy to mount in any POV, fire truck, police car, and more. The UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren is compact but loud enough to alert drivers and move traffic when you need to respond quickly. Featuring 6 tones with selector dial, volume control, horn switch, and 2 switches to control your warning lights.

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What's in the Box:

  • (1) UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren
  • (1) Handheld Microphone
  • (1) Wiring Harness
  • Instructions

Tech Specs:

  • 100-Watt Output
  • Six siren tones
  • PA function with included mic
  • Two power switches for lights
  • Measures 8"L X 6"W X 2.3"T

UBL Rotary Siren Dimensions

 

Tone List:

 

FAQs:

What speaker will work with the UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren?

Almost any 100-Watt speaker will work with the UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren. If you need to purchase a speaker, the UBL 100-Watt Speaker is a great option.

How many speakers can I connect to the UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren

The UBL Rotary 100-Watt Siren is designed to be used with one 100-Watt speaker.

Do I need specific lights for the controller to work my lights?

No, the switches on the UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren should be able to control almost any light regardless of brand.

Does this siren have PA functionality and does it come with a microphone?

Yes, the UBL 100-Watt Rotary Siren has PA capabilities, and it also comes with a microphone.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Nice Priced Siren

    Posted by Byron Willcuttschool on 25th May 2017

    Built very well all switches and knobs work well. Microphone is decent and the wiring is really easy to understand. Very loud with the use of the Triton 100 Watt speaker siren. Highly recommend for the quality and price range.

  • 5
    Very Loud

    Posted by Backwoods on 28th Jul 2014

    There was only one thing I did not like about mine. The witch for the horn to siren is on backwards. If I want my air horn I have to push it to siren and the opposite for the siren. Other then that the product is loud and very nice to have in your POV if you are a Volunteer.

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