Audio Alerts for Almost Any Weather Condition from Transducers USA

Compatible Substitute for Competitive Models PMB, YMB & PMB

From -40 to 175°F, Transducers USA's Model TRIE-2612P4H Audio Alerts are a superior choice for use in harsh environmental conditions.

These Transducers USA audio alerts are eminently suitable for off-the-road vehicles, snow mobiles, mobile automotive equipment, semi trailers, portable battery powered equipment, or for any application facing extreme weather conditions.

The Model TRIE-2612P4H is offered in a high temperature PPO plastic housing furnished with pin terminals in gray as the standards color. A variety of terminations is also available including quick connect, tabs, PC terminals and a choice of wire connection types

Sound output for the TRIE-2612P4H is an attention getting 95dB at 400Hz within a voltage range of 9 - 16 Vdc @25mA

The Transducers USA's Model TRIE-2612P4H Audio Alert is in stock for prototype quantities with production requirements quoted at 4 - 6 weeks ARO. The units are competitively priced at less than $3.00 each in small quantities. Requests for samples, as well as for detailed specifications and specific quantity/price quotations; and/or for catalog information on the company's complete line of audio alert products, should be addressed to Transducers USA at:

1400 Howard Street, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Tel. 1(888) 921-6400
Fax: (847) 956-1950



Transducers USA's line of low frequency harsh environmental audio alerts is another indication of their ongoing efforts to provide cutting edge products to worldwide needs. Their extensive line of piezo buzzers, ceramic elements, speakers, receivers, microphones and ultrasonic sensors and emitters to the telecommunications, medical and specialized products is marketed 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:

Joe Sieracki, (847) 956-1920

Press Contact:

Len Cravath, (847) 291-8366

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