Federal Signal’s 650 series siren allows for all sound and light functions to be enabled by rubberized push buttons located on the unit’s compact and easy to use microphone control head.Ten rubberized push buttons control three progressive “slide switch-like” positions, on/off, PA, Air Horn, Peak-and-Hold, tone switching, and up to 30-amps of additional auxiliary power. The advanced microprocessor based amplifier exemplifies Federal Signal’s commitment to remain today’s unmatched leader in the field of siren technology.
The 650 series amplifier comes equipped with eight 10 amp light or auxiliary relay connections, is horn ring control ready, and has its own bracket mount to allow for quick and easy removal or replacement. This remote siren provides 100-watt speaker output and can operate from any 12-volt negative ground vehicle electrical system.
- Full featured 100-watt remote siren with PA light control
- Integrated microphone and switch controls in handset
- Progressive push button control mimics slide switch action
- Eight 10-amp light and auxiliary relay positions
- Backlit/rubberized microphone control head.
- Microprocessor based amplifier with plug-and-play connections.
- 100-watt output – Wail, Priority, Air Horn, Manual Peak, and Hold tones.
- Versatile microphone and amplifier mounting brackets.
- Remote on/off switch box with built-in PA volume control.
- Horn ring transfer.
- Installs quickly and is easy to operate.
- Meets SAE J1849 requirements for sound output.
- 650001: 100-watt, microphone push-button controlled, full featured, wail/no wail tone activation, (8) 10-amp relay outputs
- 650003: 100-watt, microphone push-button controlled, full featured, wail-to-priority tone activation, (8) 10-amp relay outputs
All siren and light functions are located on the 650 series microphone. Ten rubberized push buttons control three progressive “slide switch-like” positions, on/off, PA, Air Horn, Peak-and-Hold, tone switching, and up to 30-amps of additional auxiliary power. The microphone controller “snaps” into a small plastic remote junction box where PA volume and a secondary on-off switch are located, then runs directly to the 650 series amplifier. Both of these connections are plug-and-play via eight conductor telephone jacks. An innovative microphone holder that can rotate and pivot to almost any angle allows for a wide variety of installation possibilities.
Advanced Amplifier Design
The 650 series remote siren provides 100-watt speaker output and can operate from any 12-volt negative ground vehicle electrical system. It is short circuit protected and can be powered through an installed power distribution center (PDC), or directly from the vehicle’s battery. Reliability and efficiency is maximized by the use of advanced microprocessor based technology. The 650 series amplifier comes equipped with eight 10 amp light or auxiliary relay connections, is horn ring control ready, and has it’s own bracket mount to allow for quick and easy removal or replacement. Also provided is a 16.5' wire harness and all necessary hardware.
|Input Voltage||11VDC to 15VDC|
|Polarity||Negative Ground only|
|Standby Current||>0.22 amperes|
|Operating Temp||-30° to +65°C|
|Separating Current(no lamps on)||8A (nominal) 13.6V battery, 11ohm load|
|Voltage Output||62-66V peak-to-peak|
- Amplifier: 8.5"L (21.6cm) x 5.5"W (13.9cm) x 2"H (5.1cm) (without base)
- Control Head: 4.5"L (11.4cm) x 2"W (5.1cm) x 1"H (2.5cm)
Audible Equipment may produce LOUD sounds necessary to request the right-of-way. Audible equipment may cause hearing damage. Wear hearing protection. Refer to the Installation Manual or call 800/433-9132 for further instructions.
Important Warning for Police Boats and Fire Rescue Boats
Police boat and fire rescue boat sirens and speakers may subject persons operating those craft to sound pressure levels that can cause permanent hearing loss. It is recommended that speakers be located as far forward on the boat as possible, as recommended in the SAE Recommended Practice J1849 "Emergency Vehicle Sirens". However, unprotected exposures of a sufficient duration to properly located siren speakers can still create a risk of hearing loss.
It is Federal Signals recommendation that your siren speakers should be relocated and persons operating these craft should wear hearing protection when using the siren system.
Failure to comply with these recommendations may result in temporary or permanent hearing loss to operators and passengers of these vehicles.
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