Secvest Wireless Indoor Siren (Art. no. FUSG50010)

  • Designed to support of the alarm panel and wireless outdoor sounder acoustically
  • Loud sounder (90 dB(A)@1 m)
  • 12 V external power supply for operation without batteries (optional)
  • Any number of indoor sirens can be integrated into the Secvest wireless alarm system

Secvest Wireless Indoor Siren (Art. no. FUSG50010)

For trouble-free and safe operation, this device must be installed and regularly maintained by a specialist trained by us. Arrange regular maintenance appointments with your installer to ensure trouble-free operation over the long term with the latest safety updates and new functions

Reliable warning for indoor areas
The Secvest wireless indoor sounder is an optional Secvest accessory. As a purely acoustic sounder, it supports the wireless outdoor sounder and Secvest alarm panel with a signal tone of 90 dB sound pressure in the event of an alarm. The sounder and alarm panel communicate at 868.6625 MHz, a wireless frequency exclusively reserved for the security industry. The wireless indoor sounder can be powered by battery or a power supply unit. If batteries are used, the sounder has a service life of approx. 2 years. The sounder indicates when the battery life is coming to an end.

Art. no.: FUSG50010
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 122x208x60 mm
Connections: 12V
Battery type: 3x 1.5V LR20 battery
Width: 122 mm
Radio frequency: 868,6625 MHz
Housing material: ABS
Height: 208 mm
Length: 60 mm
Max. battery life: 2 year(s)
Max. operating temperature: 50 °C
Max. humidity: 75 %
Max. receiving range (outdoors): 100 m
Max. receiving range (building): 30 m
Min. operating temperature: -10 °C
Modulation: FM
Installation location: Indoors
Net weight: 0,984 kg
Sound pressure: 90 dB
IP protection class: 40
Voltage monitoring:
DC voltage supply: 4,5/12 V
Environmental class: II

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Secvest Wireless Indoor Siren
  • 3x 1.5 V LR20 type “D” battery
  • 1x Installation material
  • 1x User guide

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