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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:34 pm 
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I think nathancovey is talking about the Sentry 40V2T (possibly a 40V1T) on top of a tall building (some Jewish center or something if I remember right) in NYC. Dunno what the 10 foot statement means.
Sorry, pretty sure there is no 40V1T.
I'm certain it's possible. There is a 10V1T.

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I asked Ed if they exist, and he said that Sentry has produced them before but doesn't do it on a regular basis. If I'm not mistaken there's a single tone 40V1T somewhere in Massachusetts.

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There are 40v1t's but rare


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This T-121 in Linton, IN https://www.google.com/maps/@39.0400022 ... 312!8i6656

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Batman wrote: *
I think nathancovey is talking about the Sentry 40V2T (possibly a 40V1T) on top of a tall building (some Jewish center or something if I remember right) in NYC. Dunno what the 10 foot statement means.
Here is the Sentry 40V2T in video form, it is indeed mounted on a taller building and appears to have most of it's horns removed and has a very odd pitch compared to other 40V2T sirens I have heard.

https://youtu.be/g_mGKq-gEJ4


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Some_3t22s wrote:
Batman wrote:
I think nathancovey is talking about the Sentry 40V2T (possibly a 40V1T) on top of a tall building (some Jewish center or something if I remember right) in NYC. Dunno what the 10 foot statement means.
Sorry, pretty sure there is no 40V1T.
I'm certain it's possible. There is a 10V1T.
Really any of Sentry's large dual-toned models can me made single-toned instead upon request. If you look on YouTube, there are several videos of 10V1Ts and 15V1Ts in Evansville, Indiana, who I believe generally prefers single-toned sirens.

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I think this one is high.
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I thought since there is a lowest sirens thread why not have a high mounted sirens thread.

Here is a whelen that looks to be pretty high up, as well as on a hill.
http://img.groundspeak.com/waymarking/8 ... acbf04.jpg

Thunderbolt in Downtown Topeka, KS ontop a 11 story building
http://www.dylan.helixweb.net/Files/sh1.jpg
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You want to see a high mounted siren, on a truss pole?
Watch this video of a Whelen WS 2000/400r. I think this one is mounted a little high. It's tall than a power pole!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=78s&v=j4RBuIA5XEA

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