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Evan Designs Police Siren for Diecast and R/C Emergency Vehicles - 4 Real Sounds from an in-Service Police Cruiser - Runs on 9 Volt Battery

Evan Designs Police Siren for Diecast and R/C Emergency Vehicles - 4 Real Sounds from an in-Service Police Cruiser - Runs on 9 Volt Battery

from USA
to GB
in 5-8 days
At your doorstep by May 22  to May 25 with standard delivery

Description

  • Police Siren recorded from a real in-service police cruiser!.
  • Listen to the siren in the video by the reviews section of this listing, or by searching “Evan Designs police siren” on YouTube..
  • 4 different siren settings. 1st Sound: Combination of the other 3 sounds, plus an air horn. 2nd Sound: Priority. 3rd Sound: Phaser. 4th Sound: Wail.
  • 9 volt battery strap with on/off switch included. Battery strap can also be used to run 9 volt LEDs or other accessories you want to add to your model (LEDs not included)..
  • Just connect to a 9 volt battery (not included). Or a 9-12 volt regulated DC power source..
  • Imported from USA.
Police Siren This Police Car Siren has 4 realistic sounds digitally recorded from an in-service Police Car Pressing the siren switch once turns on the first sound, a second press switches to the second sound and so on. The 5th press turns the siren off. The 4 sounds are: - 1st sound is a combination of the other 3 sounds, with a loud air horn mixed in - 2nd sound: Priority - 3rd sound: Phaser - 4th sound: Wail You can listen to the siren in the related videos down by the reviews section of this page, or by searching “Evan Designs police siren” on YouTube. The siren’s circuit board is about 20 mm long, 11 mm wide and less than 5 mm thick. The speaker is 36 mm (1.4 inches) in diameter, and 6 mm tall. The siren speaker is wired about 7 inches from the circuit board. The switch and power leads are 8 inches long. Powering your siren: The siren can be run on a 9 volt battery using the included battery strap, or on any 9-12 volt regulated DC adapter. If you need the siren to turn on whenever power is applied, you can cut off the black momentary switch, and connect the two switch wires together (be sure to strip the plastic coating off the wire to ensure a good connection). After the switch is removed the siren will play the first sound anytime power is applied. You will no longer be able to cycle to the other sounds. Note: Not suitable for outdoor use. (Larger speaker options coming soon.) If you do want to use this siren outdoors, you can solder the 2 speaker wires to a larger speaker. You can also connect the siren directly to the vehicle’s battery as long as it does not run at more than 12 volts. If your 12 volt battery runs a little higher than 12 volts when the motor is running, you will also need to add a small resistor to the red power lead of around 100 Ohms.
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