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GE Security Interlogix JDS-102 Siren Driver, Yelp/Bell, 6-15VDC, 2-Channel Siren Driver

SKU: JDS-102

Model #: JDS-102

  • GE Security Interlogix JDS-102 Siren Driver, Yelp/Bell, 6-15VDC, 2-Channel Siren Driver GE Security Interlogix JDS-102 Siren Driver, Yelp/Bell, 6-15VDC, 2-Channel Siren Driver

SKU: JDS-102

Model #: JDS-102

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Product Details

The JDS-102 is a siren driver from Interlogix that is specifically manufactured as a sound generator which is capable of providing either a yelp or bell tone. The JDS-102 siren driver comes with a remote trigger, a 6 -15VDC power source, an 115DB output, plus 2 channel support, and a fail-safe mechanism. The JDS-102 siren driver also features a transient immunity, a lightning immunity, a 150ft wire size, reverse polarity protection, plus 4 speaker power, and high quality components. This siren driver features 8 sounds that can be easily triggered in combination or separately for providing 49 sounds in total, and can provide clear audible sound within most applications. The JDS-102 is a loud, 2-sound siren driver. This driver is designed for installations that require maximum sound power and distinctive sounds.

Features

      • Two different sounds: Electronic bell; MPI-11 (Yelp)
      • Compact size
      • Easy mounting
      • Powers up to four speakers
      • Built in the U.S.A.

Product Specs

SKU  JDS-102
Manufacturer  Interlogix

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