New Sound Chamber Design Boosts Output for Transducer's USA Audio Alerts
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1400 Howard Street
Elk Grove Village, IL, 60007
Press release date: September 21, 2005
Transducers USA, Elk Grove Village, IL announced today that the renowned Helmholz sound chamber is now incorporated in their TRTP-42 Piezo Audio Alert alarms.
The problem of a suitable audio device for use in particularly noisy environments is alleviated as Transducers USA matched a piezo ceramic diaphragm into their newly designed sound chamber. Their series TRTP-42 Audio, producing a sound output level in excess of 110dbA, is specifically designed for those situations. The units are furnished in a round PC mounted case of 42 mm diameter only 15mm in height.
Output frequency for this new Transducers series with the Helmholz sound chamber has a range of from 2900 to 3800 Hz depending on each unit's ceramic bender configuration. Operating voltage is 8 - 16vdc peak to peak. Shell material is PA-66 plastic furnished in black as the standard color.
The TRTP-42 Series is currently available from Transducers USA, Elk Grove Village main office and warehouse. Current pricing is at $1.20ea. in quantities of 1000 pieces. Requests for samples, as well as for detailed specifications and specific quantity/price quotations should be addressed to Transducers USA's main office and warehouse located at: 1400 Howard Street, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007. Tel. 1-(888) 921-6400 Fax: (847) 956-1950. E-mail: email@example.com. Web: www.tusainc.com
Transducers, USA markets an extensive line of piezo buzzers, ceramic elements, speakers, receivers, microphones and ultrasonic sensors and emitters to the telecommunications, medical and specialized product industrial markets throughout North America. Most of their products are certified under ISO-9002 with many having ISO-9001 and/or QS-9000, and are manufactured in modern facilities in Taiwan, China and Korea
Company Contact: Steve Dannelvitz, (847) 956-1920