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 Post subject: List of very rare sirens
PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:36 pm 
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We had a thread like this back in 2012, but I felt like I should not bump it because half of the people on that thread are inactive, and it has not been touched since December 2012. So since I am obsessed with rare sirens, I decided to make something similar to that thread, however, with a few changes.
The main rule for this thread is that there must be at least 15 of the models remaining. Extinct sirens are allowed to be mentioned. Anyways, on with the main attraction.

ACA/ASC/B&N
Hurricane (Square horned, Tri-Signal, different ports)
Sentry 95
Screamer 105 (Two known to exist. One is in a scrapyard, while the other was on a fire department in California)
Mobil Directo (Gas powered)
Alertronic 5000
Alertronic 7200
Banshee 110 (10/12 port)
Quadren (3 known locations)

Federal Signal/Darley
Thunderbolt (2000, System 7000, rounded rotator and blower, 6M/6MC)
EOWS 408 (Two remaining)
EOWS 812
EOWS MS-12
550 DHTT (One known to be active)
W.S. Darley Model 5TT / 7TT (7TT owned by IceBolt_1003)
Model 1
Model 5QC

Whelen
WS-2000/400R
WPS-4000-II
WPS-2500

Sentry/Sterling
Defender
40V1T
20V2T (Square horned)
Y-10 (Functional breaks)
Duplex/Quadruplex

HOR
Super Sirex (Single-headed, 10 port, 7/10 port)

CTI
SMO15
SMO15-H
SMR15

CLM
Omnidirectional
Unidirectional

UK Sirens
Gents (Tri-Tone)
CS-8 and CS-3

Miscellaneous
Decot (6/10 ports)
Model 120 (One known to exist and is owned by a siren enthusiast)
Custer Electric sirens (Still in production)
10 port French siren
Clayton Whirlwind
Cosgrave siren
Cicca
Cicca type 6218

Remember to help me expand the list! Thanks! ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:46 pm 
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I don't think any 8-port Allertors were ever made. The so-called Allertors in the Hoffman Estates were Penetrators with Allertor horns.

Also, here are more to add to the list:
Whelen WS-2000/400R
Alertronic 5000
10-port French siren
Kockum Sonics ET500 (?)
ACA Sentry 95 (British-made Klaxon rebrand)

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What ever happened that Screamer 105?
Speaking of rare sirens, what about the 10/12 banshee? Do any even exist?

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What ever happened that Screamer 105?
Speaking of rare sirens, what about the 10/12 banshee? Do any even exist?
Don't think 10/12 Banshees ever existed. The Screamer 105 was scrapped, and the current status is unknown.

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10V2T wrote: *
I don't think any 8-port Allertors were ever made. The so-called Allertors in the Hoffman Estates were Penetrators with Allertor horns.

Also, here are more to add to the list:
Whelen WS-2000/400R
Alertronic 5000
10-port French siren
Kockum Sonics ET500 (?)
ACA Sentry 95 (British-made Klaxon rebrand)
An 8 port Allertor is on the Siren Archive. And thanks!

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CD_Siren wrote: *
10V2T wrote: *
I don't think any 8-port Allertors were ever made. The so-called Allertors in the Hoffman Estates were Penetrators with Allertor horns.

Also, here are more to add to the list:
Whelen WS-2000/400R
Alertronic 5000
10-port French siren
Kockum Sonics ET500 (?)
ACA Sentry 95 (British-made Klaxon rebrand)
An 8 port Allertor is on the Siren Archive. And thanks!
Would you give me a link? I'd love to see.

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10V2T wrote: *
I don't think any 8-port Allertors were ever made. The so-called Allertors in the Hoffman Estates were Penetrators with Allertor horns.

Also, here are more to add to the list:
Whelen WS-2000/400R
Alertronic 5000
10-port French siren
Kockum Sonics ET500 (?)
ACA Sentry 95 (British-made Klaxon rebrand)
An 8 port Allertor is on the Siren Archive. And thanks!
Would you give me a link? I'd love to see.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATa8kN1Q8sM
Here is a YouTube video of it.

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10V2T wrote: *
CD_Siren wrote: *


An 8 port Allertor is on the Siren Archive. And thanks!
Would you give me a link? I'd love to see.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATa8kN1Q8sM
Here is a YouTube video of it.
I'm pretty sure it's a Penetrator with an Allertor horn slapped on. If anyone could confirm this, it would be great.
Edit: Yup, I was right. https://www.airraidsirens.net/forums/vi ... es#p196121

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I appreciate the list.

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Don’t forget the Whelen WPS-4000-II. Basically it was two WPS-4008 heads on a single rotator. A bunch existed once and were mounted on trucks, if I remember correctly. Also the WPS-2500 has no confirmed units. It was a predecessor to the WPS-2700 series. Both of these sirens can most likely be found with the search feature.

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