Ardmore, OK (Carter County). We have no testing of the sirens here. It seems like that the city used to test on the first Wednesday of each month, but that was with their older system of ASC RM-130s. Our current system consists of 10 ASC T-128s, and there may be more that I haven't discovered yet. The current system is used for tornado warnings, and the alert signal is used. There have been occasions where maintenance is performed on a siren, and the last time I saw one was at the T-128 located at Travertine & Kings Rd. As far as I know, the growl signal is used during maintenance testing. Oh, and that same siren has sounded a fast wail signal before, but I don't know what for. The RM-130 in my profile picture was part of the old system, and it is located on the roof of the Ardmore Police Department building. And now that I actually think about it, that RM-130 may actually be active and tied into the current system, since it has rotated sometime between 2013 and 2018. The picture attached is an updated photo of the RM-130, taken on May 16, 2019. My profile pic was taken on May 16, 2018.
EDIT: I just accidently discovered another siren in the city. Now there are a total of 11 T-128s and one RM-130 that I believe is still used.
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