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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 12:35 am 
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They are sirens of local manufacturers that probably do not exist anymore since Spain and Portugal seem to have completely switched to electronic systems. They are similar to Argentinian KINGVOX sirens. http://kingvox.com.ar/producto/1tv30-si ... -exterior/

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They are sirens of local manufacturers that probably do not exist anymore since Spain and Portugal seem to have completely switched to electronic systems. They are similar to Argentinian KINGVOX sirens. http://kingvox.com.ar/producto/1tv30-si ... -exterior/
Looks like a Chinese rip-off of the screamer! :lol:

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They are sirens of local manufacturers that probably do not exist anymore since Spain and Portugal seem to have completely switched to electronic systems. They are similar to Argentinian KINGVOX sirens. http://kingvox.com.ar/producto/1tv30-si ... -exterior/
Thanks a lot. Those sirens really look like Kingvoxes, so that's what I'm calling them for now until we get concrete info.

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IceBolt_1003 wrote: *
orestis wrote: *
They are sirens of local manufacturers that probably do not exist anymore since Spain and Portugal seem to have completely switched to electronic systems. They are similar to Argentinian KINGVOX sirens. http://kingvox.com.ar/producto/1tv30-si ... -exterior/
Thanks a lot. Those sirens really look like Kingvoxes, so that's what I'm calling them for now until we get concrete info.
After looking at their website and translating it, all I got was 1TV30 - Powerful Electromechanical Siren, and apparently 1TV is a series.


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https://goo.gl/maps/AZM8Y8dPoUZHhzxH9
In Eugene, Oregon. Possibly a Modified K-5? As there is a modified K-5 in another town(Estacada) that looks very similar.


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SamtheSirenMan(531) wrote: *
https://goo.gl/maps/AZM8Y8dPoUZHhzxH9
In Eugene, Oregon. Possibly a Modified K-5? As there is a modified K-5 in another town(Estacada) that looks very similar.
https://www.google.com/maps/@44.1020554 ... 384!8i8192 Here's a better link, yours was looking at the ground for some reason.
I don't think it's a modified siren. That looks very similar to a production model I've seen, but I can't remember which.

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SamtheSirenMan(531) wrote: *
https://goo.gl/maps/AZM8Y8dPoUZHhzxH9
In Eugene, Oregon. Possibly a Modified K-5? As there is a modified K-5 in another town(Estacada) that looks very similar.
https://www.google.com/maps/@44.1020554 ... 384!8i8192 Here's a better link, yours was looking at the ground for some reason.
I don't think it's a modified siren. That looks very similar to a production model I've seen, but I can't remember which.
This looks like a roof vent to me.


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Looks like a modified Model 5.

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SamtheSirenMan(531) wrote: *
https://goo.gl/maps/AZM8Y8dPoUZHhzxH9
In Eugene, Oregon. Possibly a Modified K-5? As there is a modified K-5 in another town(Estacada) that looks very similar.
Looks like an early Siro-Drone (ex the ones in LA) without the bottom louver.

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SamtheSirenMan(531) wrote: *
https://goo.gl/maps/AZM8Y8dPoUZHhzxH9
In Eugene, Oregon. Possibly a Modified K-5? As there is a modified K-5 in another town(Estacada) that looks very similar.
Looks to me like a Model 3 missing its lower louver.

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