AUDIBLEALARM — Any device, bell, horn or siren which is attached to the interior or exterior of a building, which emits a warning signal audible outside the building and which is designed to attract attention when activated by a criminal act or emergency requiring police, firefighters or a rescue company to respond. AUTOMATIC PROTECTION DEVICE — An electrically operated instrument, composed of sensory apparatus and related hardware, which automatically transmits a prerecorded voice alarm over a regular telephone line by direct or indirect connections to the Police Department or Fire Department, a central station protective system or an answering service, upon receipt of a stimulus from a sensory apparatus that has detected a physical force or condition inherently characteristic of a fire, intrusion or other hazard.
Authorized Egress Mode: Unit is disarmed for 10 or 20 seconds (DIP switch selectible) and touch bar will activate the latch bolt (LED quickly flashes green, audiblealarm is off). After the authorized egress time unit returns to the delayed egress mode automatically. The authorized egress mode is initiated by rotating the key counter-clockwise until switch activates (approximately 180 degrees). DPS input will not initiate during the 10 or 20 second egress time, but will terminate the egress time if the DPS closes
If a complete loop of Seed Rate sensors is not detected, an error message occurs. An error message displays followed by the Seed Rate sensor number that is not reporting to the Monitor Head; the audiblealarm will sound. None of the but- tons function, and the error message remains until a complete loop of Seed Rate sensors is established. For more information, see the Troubleshooting section. Arrows are molded on the Sensor Loop and Extension cables. The arrows on the Sensor Loop cables indicate the counting direction, and are used to identify the number of a Seed Rate sensor; the male Sensor Loop cable of the Y-cable connects to the ﬁ rst Seed Rate sensor. The arrows on the Extension cables point towards the Monitor Head; located in the cab of the tractor.
Warning : it is the user’s responsibility to implement the interface between the Nurse Call system and the Welch Allyn Atlas Monitor. It is also the user’s responsibility to adequately test the interface between the Monitor and the Nurse Call system to ensure that the desired functionality is operational. Silencing alarms – You can turn off the audiblealarm sound for a brief period by pressing the Silence button. The LED will light and no audible alarms will be heard for 60, 90, or 120 seconds, depending on the alarm silence duration. When alarms are silenced, they will not trigger a Print On Alarm. When the silence period is over, an alarm that is still active will trigger a Print On Alarm if the Print On Alarm configuration is set to Yes.
The TEST key initiates an instrument self-test. Pressing the TEST key activates a scrolling sequence on the display that shows the product model number, software version, and all setpoint and alarm values. The unit then performs a self test that tests the display, indicator lights, audiblealarm, and internal electronics to ensure they are operating properly. If a problem with the unit exists, DATA ERROR is displayed. You should have qualified personnel determine the problem with the unit.
08 Technical (TC) - Use this zone type when you want to monitor equipment, for example a freezer, without raising a full alarm. If a technical alarm zone is activated while the system is set, the system makes no audiblealarm. However, when a user unsets the system the keypad indicates a fault. If a technical alarm zone is activated while the system is unset then the system starts a pulsed tone from the keypad. If programmed, the control unit also starts communication. When a user enters a valid code the keypad stops the tone and displays the zone.
When calculating total average, peak or inrush currents: Use Table 3 and 3A to determine the highest value of “Rated Average Current” for an individual strobe (across the expected operating voltage range of the strobe) or the highest value of “Rated Inrush current” or “Rated Peak current” (whichever is higher) of an individual strobe (across the expected operating voltage range of the strobe) then multiply the value by the total number of strobes; be sure to add the currents for any other appliances, including audible signaling appliances, powered by the same source and include any required safety factor.
The alarm algorithm shall provide (1) separate visual indication for each condition monitored, (2) visual indicators that remain in alarm until the situation is resolved, (3) cancelable audible indication of alarm condition, (4) indicate a visual and audible signal if the monitored condition occurs or the if wiring to the sensor switch is disconnected, (5) labels to indicate the type of gas they serve and the room(s) or area(s) they serve and (6) reinitiation of the audible signal if a second indicated condition occurs while a medical gas alarm panel is silenced.
Home alarm systems typically comprise sensors, annunciators, and telecom paths. Sensors include those for fire, motion within a room, structural movement (e.g., doors and windows), sound (e.g., glass breaking), and panic buttons (e.g., medical or threat emergencies). Annunciators, which are activated when a sensor is triggered, include local audible alarms (e.g., sirens, bells, voice warnings) and messages sent using the telecom paths to an alarm call centre (a central station where operators monitor alarms from alarm service subscribers) or directly to an alarm authority (e.g., police, fire department, ambulance).
WARNING: THE AUDIBLE HORN APPLIANCES MUST BE FIELD SET TO THE DESIRED TONE AND dBA SOUND OUTPUT LEVEL BEFORE THEY ARE INSTALLED. THIS IS DONE BY PROPERLY INSERTING A JUMPER PLUG IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS. INCORRECT SETTINGS WILL RESULT IN IMPROPER PERFORMANCE, WHICH COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE AND SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS.
Kidde warrants that the enclosed alarm (but not the battery) will be free from defects in material and workmanship or design under normal use and service for a period of five years from the date of purchase. The obligation of Kidde under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing the alarm or any part which we find to be defective in material, workmanship or design, free of charge, upon sending the alarm with proof of date of purchase, postage and return postage prepaid, to: Kidde Canada Inc., P.O. Box 40, Apsley, ON K0L 1A0. This warranty shall not apply to the alarm if it has been damaged, modified, abused or altered after the date of purchase or if it fails to operate due to improper maintenance or inadequate D.C. power. Any implied warranties arising out of this sale, including but not limited to the implied warranties of description,merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the above warranty period. In no event shall the Manufacturer be liable for loss of use of this product or for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, or costs, or expenses incurred by the consumer or any other user of this product, whether due to a breach of contract, negligence, strict liability in tort or otherwise. The Manufacturer shall have no liability for any personal injury, property damage or any special, incidental, contingent or consequential damage of any kind resulting from gas leakage, fire or explosion.
ULC Listed under Standard CAN/ULC-S526-02 for Visual Signaling Appliances and Standard CAN/ULC-S525-99 for Audible Signaling Appliances. Indoor/Outdoor use and offer a field selectable choice of continuous horn or temporal pattern (Code 3) when constant voltage from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) is applied. Additionally, the audible has three (3) selectable dBA settings of 99, 95, and 90 dBA in both tones and, when used with Wheelock sync modules, SM or DM the audible may be silenced while maintaining strobe activation on the Series ASWP. For outdoor applications the ASWP must be Wall Mounted to the Weatherproof Backbox (WPBB). Weatherproof Multitone Strobe and Multitone Horn - Series MTWP and MT-12/24
The V-9924C Common Audible Ringing Unit is capable of switching up to three zones of speakers to the audible signal generated by the unit. The device is intended to be placed in series with the speakers. Zone 1 IN (Pins 16 and 17) are connected to the speaker/zone output leads of the page control. Zone 1 OUT (Pins 1 and 2) are connected to the speakers. Zones 2 and 3 hook up in a similar fashion. Refer to Figure 2B for pin numbers.
In our previous work  dealing with vowels, and also in an informal analysis of concatenation artifacts present in the outputs of our TTS system , it was found out that a large number of audible discontinuities tend to appear at joins where units having originally incoherent F 0 contours in the area of the prospective concatenation points are put together. Other possible sources of discontinuities were also identified but not in such an extend.